Synopsis

The Unbreakable Child, a memoir about forgiving the unforgivable, is a riveting journey inside the secretive underbelly of the St. Thomas Saint Vincent Orphan Asylum in rural Kentucky.


It is the first book in the US to confront the institutionalized abuse suffered by thousands of orphans at the hands of Catholic nuns and a priest over these last decades. It also documents the first court-awarded justice from an order of nuns for the author, her sisters and forty-two other former children from that orphanage.


The Unbreakable Child offers hope, justice and forgiveness to readers.



The sale of The Unbreakable Child was donated to advocate groups and a percentage of future sales have been designated to these child awareness advocate groups.

Publication Oct 2012 Third Edition

Copyright © 2012 by

Kim Michele Richardson

Pages: 216

ISBN-10: 0615714692

ISBN-13: 978-0-615-71469-1

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