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AnBest Book of the Month Literature A moving story about patience, trust, the families we choose, and the love it takes to let somebody go Booklist A heartwarming tale of transgression and redemption Kirkus ReviewsCatherine Ryan Hyde delivers once again with this feel good story guaranteed to be a hit RedbookCatherine Ryan Hyde is a most discerning and gifted writer She writes quietly yet powerfully, with words chosen and placed carefully, words that enfold and pull the reader deeply into her story BookreporterProlific author Hyde has created a moving family story that tackles broad themes of racism, compassion, abuse, and love Readers will be hoping that the characters find true love and justice Library JournalCatherine Ryan Hyde is the author of thirty three published books Her bestsellingnovel, Pay It Forward, adapted into a major Warner Bros motion picture, made the American Library Associations Best Books for Young Adults list and was translated intothan two dozen languages for distribution inthan thirty countries Her novels Becoming Chloe and Jumpstart the World were included on the ALAs Rainbow List Jumpstart the World was also a finalist for two Lambda Literary Awards and won Rainbow Awards in two categories The Language of Hoofbeats won a Rainbow Award More than fifty of her short stories have been published in many journals, including the Antioch Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, the Virginia Quarterly Review, Ploughshares, Glimmer Train, and the Sun, and in the anthologies Santa Barbara Stories and California Shorts, as well as the bestselling anthology Dog Is My Co Pilot Her short fiction received honorable mention in the Raymond Carver Short Story Contest, a second place win for the Tobias Wolff Award, and nominations for Best American Short Stories, the O Henry Award, and the Pushcart Prize Three have also been cited in Best American Short StoriesHyde is the founder and former president of the Pay It Forward Foundation As a professional public speaker, she has addressed the National Conference on Education, twice spoken at Cornell University, met with AmeriCorps members at the White House, and shared a dais with Bill Clinton An avid equestrian, photographer, and traveler, she lives in California