Since I'm currently reading Choosing to See, I had to share this with you. Chapman's book isn't exactly what I thought it would be. I can't remember laughing out loud at a book as much as I have with this one. Mary Beth shares so much of her own insecurities that you can't help but fall in love with her.
And then, of course, she shares about the accident that took her daughter, Maria. The actual font of the book changes, symbolizing the complete metamorphosis that took place in their family, the difference between then and now.
It's a book of encouragement and raw beauty as she shares her whole heart, not just the pretty parts.