In Eight Little Faces, Kate Gosselin shares her heart and soul with her fans. Using personal family photos, Scripture verses, and commentary, she shares lessons learned about joy, trust, and perseverance. Jacketed hardcover.
I read the first book about the Gosselin's Multiple Blessings and found it interesting and worth the price I paid. This book, is basically about 40 pages of the kids photos, some with a bible verse underneath and a lot of quotes from Kate about her not the kids (I was expecting this book to be about the kids not her, since the first book was mainly about her). The photos are similar or the same as ones seem on the show/websites. The book is basically a small scrapbook, again only about 40 pages, each with a picture and a small quote. Compared to the first book, I did not feel it was worth the cost. Also from being a watcher of the show some of Kate's quotes seem to contradict what is known or seen which made me feel uncomfortable. I am a Christian stay at home mom, and after going to the Gosselin website originally to learn about where to buy this book, I saw Kate is gone 45 out of 60 days traveling and not at home with her kids, so I have a hard time finding inspiration with my daily life as a stay at home mom from someone who really is not one.