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What the community says about Three Little Words: A Memoir
- "Very heartbreaking story! I never read books like this because they're really depressing. This book kept me wanting to read more because I felt so bad for the main character. It's actually a memoir which makes it even more sad. If you like raw and honest books, then this is the book for you. Just don't forget the tissues!"
- "A friend who is also a foster parent recommended this memoir to me. I found it too sad to finish. I have my adopted children in the room with me as I write this review, and I still cannot believe that there are foster parents in this world who do not cherish their little children. As much as I did not like reading it, it is wonderfully written and descriptive. Rhodes-Courter is uniquely qualified to talk about her foster experience, and this memoir is a true testament to the power of resiliency."
- "This looks a little too personal. Thanks something that you might only want to have for yourself. Maybe not something you want to share with others."