The Truth about the Gift of Faith
By: Kaye Colello
About the Book
In this insightful and inspiring memoir, Kaye Colello brings to light an experience few parents go through. A disorder that few discuss due to its controversial nature. Colello and her husband’s second child was to be a boy, but biologically and chromosomally, her son was really her daughter, their Faith. As parents, they then needed to make a myriad of difficult decisions to ensure the best life for their daughter, from surgery to future medications she will need for the rest of her life. Infused with reflection, honesty, and humor, Colello shares her journey so other parents may know they are not alone in this.
About the Author
Kaye Colello is a middle school teacher who has written the curriculum for an anti-bias/diversity class that melds with English. Additionally, she also works with the Anti-Defamation League to be a voice in the community, working with people, understanding them, and listening to each other’s stories to help them work through their needs and understandings. She works tirelessly for social justice, equality, diversity, and human rights. Colello’s husband Joey is currently wrapping up his lifelong career in management and enjoys working at home on the family farm.
Colello’s daughters, Ruth and Faith, are grown now. Ruth is currently pursuing her PhD in political science. Faith is a junior and is studying for a degree in Digital Media and Design, with a concentration on game design. She also produces music and works as a singer in her spare time.
In her spare time, Colello enjoys teaching hula and performing in public places with her group where she can watch Faith sing.
(2023, hardback, 268 pages)
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