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The Present Giver

Bar Scott

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In her debut memoir, singer-wongwriter Bar Scott (www.barscott.com) brings the same emotional veracity to her personal story as she does to her music. In lyrical detail, The Present Giver is a moving account of Scotts search meaning and hope whenMoreIn her debut memoir, singer-wongwriter Bar Scott (www.barscott.com) brings the same emotional veracity to her personal story as she does to her music. In lyrical detail, The Present Giver is a moving account of Scotts search meaning and hope when her infant son forrest is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Shocked into the most demanding journey of their lives, she and husband Peter learn to accept the mysterious gifts the universe offers in order to not just survive, but transform, the unbearable. A compelling and beautiful story, The Present Giver offers hope to anyone seeking solace and meaning in their life.Advanced Praise for The Present Giver:“The Present Giver is a profound and beautiful book.”Abigail Thomas – author of A Three Dog Life“…once I read the first sentence of The Present Giver, I did something I never do: I stopped everything and spent the day living in the book until the end. If you want to feel the power of love and faith working in your life – even when things are hard and hopeless – please, please, please read this book.”Elizabeth Lesser – Cofounder, Omega Institute- author of the NY Times best-selling Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow and The Seeker’s Guide“While The Present Giver wrapped me in heartbreak, I often laughed from deep in my belly. The rarest of treats.”Martha Frankel – author of Hats and Eyeglasses, executive director Woodstock Writers’ Fest“A gorgeous book…more than anything this is a book about the incandescent spirit of Forrest…It is impossible not to fall in love with this fearless, funny, mystical little boy who invites us to never forget that life is a precious fragile gift.”Gail Straub – Co-Founder the Empowerment Institute- author of Returning to My Mothers House“…authentic, powerful, full of love and laughter.”Katie Eastman, Psy.D,LCSW CEO, Childrens Palliative Care Community