Just out, Lost on Hope Island: The Amazing Tale of the Little Goat Midwives
Lost on Hope Island
The Amazing Tale of the Little Goat Midwives
goblins, dragons, magic, or villains.
Itís about two kids
shipwrecked on a desert island
and it asks one question.
If you were there, could you survive?
Are you smart enough?
Are you brave enough?
Are you kind enough?
This is a book for the kid in all of us.
Comments from Reviewers
Snuggling up with the kids to read Lost on Hope Island is just about the best way you could possibly spend your time. But reader, be forewarned: the sweet suspense between chapters will leave you with only two choices: to keep everyone up way past bedtime, or to endure the almost-certain howling protests at any mention of pausing the story.
Christy Tyner, author of Mama Midwife: A Birth Adventure
ďI love all of Patricia Harmanís books, and I read Lost on Hope Island: The Amazing Tale of the Little Goat Midwives with great enthusiasm. I recommend it to everyone who loved Living on the Earth. The people in the story embody the environmental and emotional consciousness I see growing with each new generation."
Alicia Bay Laurel, artist, musician and author of Living on the Earth and Being of the Sun.
"Lost on Hope Island: The Amazing Tale of the Little Goat Midwives is brilliant story pairing 'lost' and 'hope' with a full range of trouble, sorrow, love, and resourcefulness for two castaway children. A very ordinary sister and brother survive disaster and thrive with extraordinary creativity, relying on pioneer methods and the deep values of yesteryear. Patricia Harman writes this moving and convincing portrayal from her life experience."
Philip Solem, author of Such a Road and Owlstones.
Patricia Harman, CNM, has published in The Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health and The Journal of Sigma Theta Tau for Nursing Scholarship as well as alternative publications. Her first novel, The Midwife of Hope River was awarded book of the year by the American College of Nurse Midwives in 2014. Harman got her start as a lay-midwife on the rural communes where she lived in the '60s and '70s, going on to become a nurse-midwife on the faculty of Ohio State University, Case Western Reserve University, and West Virginia University. She lives and works near Morgantown, West Virginia, and has three grown sons. Read more about Patricia Harman.
Read more about Patricia Harman.