Hi, I'm Emily.
I loved music and sport at school and wanted to be a teacher when I grew up. But then I discovered that I had a serious illness. I needed lots of operations which changed my life forever. Suddenly my life was going to be very different to the one I had planned. Would I still be able to trust God?
I wrote a diary to help me remember what happened, how I felt, and how God helped me. I hope it might help you to see how God is with you too.
P.S. It's alright if you read my diary, but I don't want anyone else to see it, OK?
Emily Owen grew up in Leicester. Aged 16, she was diagnosed with a rare neurological condition, neurofibromatosis type 2, which has led to numerous operations and left her deaf. Emily speaks at meetings and events, both Christian and secular, and enjoys sharing her life experiences. She is also a trustee of the Neuro Foundation which supports those living with neurofibromatosis.
Suitable for children aged 8-11
Binding - Paperback
Pages - 208
Publisher - Authentic Media
Publication Date: Feb 2021