the funny, heart-warming, hard-hitting memoir of charity founder Sarah Annable-Gardner
NEW BOOK REVEALS HOW ONE WOMAN, TWO VILLAGES AND INFINITE OPTIMISM CAN TRANSFORM THOUSANDS OF LIVES
“Tomorrow I will be leaving the delights of beautiful Ramsbury and setting off on my adventure to Ghana … ”
It’s 2012, and Sarah is leaving her too-safe life in leafy England and heading to Ghana, Africa, with a suitcase full of cream-coloured linen and the romantic dream of ‘having an adventure and saving the world’.
But the last thing the people of far-away, impoverished Lawra need is another white saviour. Which is just as well, because Sarah – hopelessly out of her depth and very, very sweaty – is not saving anyone. She can barely look after herself.
Then, a terrible tragedy changes everything. Sarah begins breaking rules and building relationships, bringing together villages in England and Ghana on a mission to transform thousands of lives. . . including her own.
Totally relatable to anyone who cares about the state of the world and the state of their hair, To Lawra With Love explores the challenges of tackling not just poverty, but also of work, romance and family across a cultural divide – and shows what can be achieved with commitment, collaboration and, of course, love.
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