Heute sterbe ich, heute lebe ich!

Else Wiegard: Heute sterbe ich, heute lebe ich!Original title (German):

Heute sterbe ich, heute lebe ich! –
Leben mit einem schwerstbehinderten Kind


English title translation:

Today I´ll Die, today I´ll Live! –
Life with a Handicapped Child


Contents and description:

In her second book Else Wiegard tells us what a hard,
but at the same time rewarding experience it was for
her to bring up her handicapped daughter who suffered from down syndrome. Her daughter died when she was 18.

This moving narration is our best-selling book, which is presently in the sixth edition.


Genre/subject matter: true-life story (down syndrome, `mongolism´)


Author: Else Wiegard


About the author:

Else Wiegard worked as a nurse for children. After ten years as a nun she fell in love with a man who was addicted to alcohol and whom she wanted to save from his addiction. She was given permission to leave the monastery, married this man and got five children. Her last pregnancy resulted in the birth of twins, one of whom was Karin, the girl suffering from down syndrome whose story is told in this book.
    Else Wiegard published another book (“Ich glaubte, es sei Liebe” = “I Thought it was Love”) about her time in the monastery and about her decision to put an end to this episode of her life. This book has also become a great success.


Language of the original book: German


Date of publication: 6th edition 2009


Number of pages: 205


Format: 14.6 x 21.0 cm


Illustrations: 27 black-and-white photos


Binding: cardboard-bound


German retail price (including VAT): 14.80 EUR


ISBN: 978-3-929480-23-8


All rights available. This title is especially recommended for the publication in other languages and countries as well as for film
rights
, paperback/pocketbook edition and book clubs.
    If you´re interested, please don´t hesitate to contact us! We´ll offer you most favourable conditions, and of course we speak fluent English. We´re looking forward to your call or e-mail!


Rights manager:
Mr Hartmut Becker


Please contact:

Mr Hartmut Becker
c/o Verlag Hartmut Becker
Buschhornweg 5 A
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Germany

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