I did not want to put this book down, lucky for me it only has 148 pages. I could so relate to this story for two simple reasons, I was a teenager at one time and now I am raising teenagers, three to be exact. As parents we tend to forget that we were young once, and had moments when we thought our parents were the worst ever. Time usaually allows for a change of heart as we grow older, wiser and find ourselves dealing with our own teens.
LETTER TO MY DAUGHTER  is about fifteen year old Elizabeth who has stormed out of the house angry with her parents. Her mother, Laura, worried and not sure what to do begins putting her thoughts on paper. It is a letter she has every intention of giving to her daughter when and if she returns. The pages are filled with all that she meant to say to Elizabeth but never did.