“This is an inspiring, first-hand account of personal sacrifice to help
dying children, an insight into courage, and a vivid portrait of life in
rural Cambodia,” says Alan Lightman, who founded the Harpswell Foundation in Cambodia. He's talking about a new book, published this month, by Gail Gutradt who has been a volunteer at the Wat Opot Children’s Community in Cambodia since 2005, where children with or orphaned by
HIV/AIDS live. In a Rocket Made of Ice: Among the Children of Wat Opot
is a 352-page book published by Knopf. Sounds like a must-buy to me.
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