Children and AIDS
Parents all over the world have lost children of all ages to AIDS. Generations of families have been destroyed in Africa due to this disease. Newspapers report the statistics but children and those who care for them, are the most articulate about the impact of AIDS on their lives.
Nasdijj says it best when asked why anyone would adopt a child with AIDS in his memoir The Boy and the Dog are Sleeping: "Because one comes to you. Because you can."
- Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk About AIDS
- A Small, Good Thing: Stories of Children with HIV and Those Who Care for Them
- AIDS: Ten Stories of Courage
- Living with AIDS: Mary's Story
- A School for My Village: A Promise to the Orphans of Nyaka
- Be a Friend: Children Who Live with HIV Speak
- Sleep with the Angels: A Mother Challenges AIDS
- Weeding Out the Tears: A Mother's Story of Love, Loss, and Renewal
- We Are All the Same: A Story of a Boy's Courage and a Mother's Love
- Honor Thy Children: One Family's Journey to Wholeness
- Sometimes My Heart Goes Numb: Love and Caregiving in a Time of AIDS
- There is No More Me Without You: One Woman's Odyssey to Rescue Africa's Children
The Central Library will close early at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 10 to prepare for the Booklovers Ball. More...