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“I love books that inspire me. This story truly does. A mother who has tenacity, perseverance and a drive to fight for what was right for her daughter and all children. The story really opens your eyes to our judicial system, the process and the ridiculous amount of time it takes to get things done. Great story and great read!” – Amazon Customer
Jeanine and her daughter, Grace, not only find a way to embrace living with Grace’s hearing loss, but gain a sense of empowerment as they fight a grassroots battle for nine years to pass a law reimbursing families for the costly children’s hearing aids. For years their words fell on deaf ears, and against all odds with patience, persistence, and a “never give up” attitude they changed legislation.
Written in the tradition of stories like Erin Brockovich and Norma Rae, this story is about a woman who stood up for her rights and the rights of others – and won.
“She’s a real-life ‘Mr. Smith’ in a pint-sized package. And while she didn’t take on Washington, D.C., she took on Trenton — and won.” Lehigh Valley Express
“If Grace was the person who put a face on the law, Jeanine was the person whose persistence pushed it along.”
Lisa Hamlin, Hearing Loss Magazine