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Finding Chika Bestselling Author Mitch Albom Returns To Nonfiction For The First Time In Than A Decade In This Poignant Memoir That Celebrates Chika, A Young Haitian Orphan Whose Short Life Would Forever Change His HeartChika Jeune Was Born Three Days Before The Devastating Earthquake That Decimated Haiti In She Spent Her Infancy In A Landscape Of Extreme Poverty, And When Her Mother Died Giving Birth To A Baby Brother, Chika Was Brought To The Have Faith Haiti Orphanage That Albom Operates In Port Au PrinceWith No Children Of Their Own, The Forty Plus Children Who Live, Play, And Go To School At The Orphanage Have Become Family To Mitch And His Wife, Janine Chika S Arrival Makes A Quick Impression Brave And Self Assured, Even As A Three Year Old, She Delights The Other Kids And Teachers But At Age Five, Chika Is Suddenly Diagnosed With Something A Doctor There Says, No One In Haiti Can Help You With Mitch And Janine Bring Chika To Detroit, Hopeful That American Medical Care Can Soon Return Her To Her Homeland Instead, Chika Becomes A Permanent Part Of Their Household, And Their Lives, As They Embark On A Two Year, Around The World Journey To Find A Cure As Chika S Boundless Optimism And Humor Teach Mitch The Joys Of Caring For A Child, He Learns That A Relationship Built On Love, No Matter What Blows It Takes, Can Never Be LostTold In Hindsight, And Through Illuminating Conversations With Chika Herself, This Is Albom At His Most Poignant And Vulnerable Chika Is A Celebration Of A Girl, Her Adoptive Guardians, And The Incredible Bond They Formed A Devastatingly Beautiful Portrait Of What It Means To Be A Family, Regardless Of How It Is Made

10 thoughts on “Finding Chika

  1. says:

    Mitch Albom is going to have a new book and no one here except me on goodreads is hyped for it

  2. says:

    Author Mitch Albom and his wife Janine run an orphanage in Haiti, and they received a call that one of their favorite children, 5 year old Chika, had something very wrong The only MRI machine in Haiti identified a brain mass, so they brought Chika to Michigan to see if they could get treatment for her She had a rare incurable brain tumor which attacks young children, but they tried everything, including extended stays in Germany for an experimental treatment The book was very thought provoking, because I wondered how far I would go to try and save my child Would I keep seeking a cure, as they did, despite the fact that most doctors told them that it was hopeless Would I keep looking, even while the child was bedridden with a feeding tube Or would I have put her on hospice care with minimal intervention Who can say Have some tissues handy as you read this one.

  3. says:

    So many feelings about this book I knew after the first chapter that I would not be able to put it down I finished it in just under six hours The way mitchalbom tells a story ,is what propelled me through this book And this one will resonate with everyone I don t like to write a synopsis in my reviews, so I will just say this You will learn something about yourself when you read this book It will touch your heart and yes, have tissues ready I received this ebook from Edelweiss for my honest review.

  4. says:

    Well done, Mr Albom I would have given this book 6 stars This is the best book you ve written so far and I love all your books And this book really tells me who you are, sincere and authentic I can t wait for your next book Congrats and thanks for sharing.

  5. says:

    There s hardly a writer around who tugs at the heart like Mitch Albom He rose to fame with Tuesdays with Morrie, 1997 After a string of stirring titles, Mitch shines again with Finding Chika, a Little Girl, and Earthquake, and the Making of a Family, a slim memoir about a Haitian orphan Mitch and his wife Janine take in.Unable to have children, the Albom s new family of three sadly isn t long lived Chika died of a brain tumor at age seven, two years after Albom took her from the orphanage he runs in Haiti for medical treatment in the States Mitch and Janine had no idea what was in store for them when Chika was diagnosed with stage four DIPG, a rare, stealthy cancer that gradually stole the girl s motor skills and led to her death in April 2017 To tell his story, Mitch calls upon Chika s spirit, an apparition of the child appearing to him a year after she passed, on the day of his father s funeral as Mitch sits in front of his computer, unable to write At Chika s urging his fingers take to the keyboard the result an account so poignant as to reduce readers to tears.Chika was only seven when she lost her battle with cancer She was born in 2010, just days before an earthquake hit Haiti killing hundreds of thousands Chika s mother lived through the disaster but later died in childbirth Chika ended up at an orphanage in Port au Prince that Mitch began operating the year of the earthquake He d regularly visit and met Chika, a precocious girl who developed troubling symptoms her face drooped, her gait was uneven The girl needed treatment unavailable in Haiti, so Mitch and Janine, residents of Michigan, took her to a hospital in Detroit, where the ominous diagnosis was delivered Finding Chika highlights Mitch s reminisces of the good times the little family enjoyed, the joy that Chika instilled in others with her sweet smile, funny songs and quips, and the wisdom and courage she displayed in her short life Black and white photos put a face to Chika s name and further enhance this loving tribute.

  6. says:

    Thank you so much to NETGALLEY for providing me with this most wonderful book.This is a touching tribute to a child who capture the heart and soul of author Mitch Albom and his wife Janine You will laughyou will crybut you will never forget the story of this very special family Mr Albom is honest and pulls no punches in his feelings and experiences in relating the story of how their little family came to be The story is told in a very unique manner which makes this book a joy to read A very special journey that should not be missed.

  7. says:

    Thanks to HarperCollins Publishers and NetGalley for an Advance Reader Copy in exchange for my honest review.Touching tribute to Chitka, whom the author and his wife rescued from a Haitian orphanage so she could receive better medical care in the United States I loved Chitka s spirit I will think of her when things are tough I was a bit confused at times if the author was imagining Chitka s presence or if they were true memories My favorite book by this author remains Tuesdays with Morrie.

  8. says:

    I don t know where to begin with this book I loved this story, it broke my heart Chika was a breath of fresh air for Mitch and his wife and they taught her that anyone can and should receive love This book made me want to be Mitch Albom s friend He and his wife were so fantastic in all the things that they did for Chika, not only trying to save her life They were genuine in their love for her and their heartbreak She touched everyone s life that she came in contact with and seemed to make them happier This book is so well written that it pulled me in immediately

  9. says:

    10 stars It started out a little hokie because Chika makes little visits to him but after you get to know her you understand This is a must for audio because there are quite a few recordings of Chika woven in I did pretty well not crying until the last hour of the book and then I cried, and am still crying My favorite thing he said was You can not lose a child, we were given one and she was glorious I love that Mitch and Janine are making such an impact in the world and that they were rewarded for that impact by getting to nurture and love Chika.

  10. says:

    Night to bring tears but also the joy of loving a child.

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