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Where there's hope : healing, moving forward, and never giving up / Elizabeth Smart.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Carthage Public Library 364.154092 Sm2w (Text) 34MO2001799494 Adult Nonfiction Checked out 07/26/2018
Caruthersville Public Library 364.15 SMA (Text) 38417100323288 Non-Fiction Available -
Grundy County Jewett Norris 921 SMA (Text) 33577000095628 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Jefferson County Library-Arnold B SMART (Text) 30061010149710 Best Seller Checked out 07/25/2018
Little Dixie - Main Library - Moberly 364.154 SMART (Text) 2004169168 New Non-Fiction Shelves Available -
Little Dixie - Paris 364.154 SMART (Text) 200416915+ New Non-Fiction Shelves Available -
North Kansas City Public Library 364.154 SMART 2018 (Text) 0001002231189 Nonfiction New Available -
Polk County Library-Bolivar 364.154 SMA (Text) 34531000192724 New Books Available -
Polk County Library-Humansville 364.154 SMA (Text) 34531000192723 New Books Available -
Pulaski County Library-Richland BIO SMA Sma (Text) 33642000633669 Adult New Titles Available -
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In her fearless memoir, My Story-the basis of the Lifetime Original movie I Am Elizabeth Smart-Elizabeth detailed, for the first time, the horror behind the headlines of her abduction by religious fanatic Brian David Mitchell and his wife, Wanda Barzee. Since then, she's married, become a mother, and travelled the world as the president of the Elizabeth Smart Foundation, sharing her story with the intent of helping others along the way. Over and over, Elizabeth is asked the same question: How do you find the hope to go on? In this book, Elizabeth returns to the horrific experiences she endured, and the hard-won lessons she learned, to provide answers. She also calls upon others who have dealt with adversity-victims of violence, disease, war, and loss-to explore the pathways toward hope. Through conversations with such well-known voices as Anne Romney, Diane Von Furstenburg, and Mandy Patinkin to spiritual leaders Archbishop John C. Wester and Elder Richard Hinckley to her own parents, Elizabeth uncovers an even greater sense of solace and understanding. Where There's Hope is the result of Elizabeth's mission: It is both an up-close-and-personal glimpse into her healing process and a heartfelt how-to guide for readers to make peace with the past and embrace the future.
Subject: Smart, Elizabeth, 1987-
Kidnapping victims > Utah > Salt Lake City > Biography.
Psychic trauma > Treatment.
Hope.

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