We have three sets on offer for reading groups to read and review.
About the book
This is a memoir about hope – hope in others, hope in systems, and hope for the future.
Alison is Louis’s mother. This is the true story of his traumatic birth and ensuing developmental difficulties. Alison’s experience, her faith in and her love for Louis, along with Louis’ fighting spirit and winning character, will move, inspire and challenge.
About the author
Alison White grew up in Sheffield, studied in Leeds and moved to Glasgow, where she set up her own landscape architecture business. In 1996 Alison’s first child, Louis, was delivered by emergency caesarean section at thirty-two weeks’ gestation. He suffered severe brain damage, and has cerebral palsy and learning difficulties.
In 2003 Alison left Scotland to live in remote South West Wales with her husband, Greg, and their three children, Louis, Natasha and Jack, where they still live today. There they built a house to meet Louis’s needs and were able to allow their two younger children to run wild.
To apply for copies please complete the survey below by 20 Jan. We are looking for one group in Wales to apply.