Jeanne C. White is on a crusade. Forever transformed by the short life of one little girl dying with AIDS, White writes in hope that no reader of "Rescue The Perishing" can ever be the same. Written with the graceful lyricism of a retired teacher, "Rescue the Perishing" describes the heart-wrenching circumstances in which so many children with AIDS suffer. Often alone without a loving family or concerned advocates, many are tossed about in a system that has little time or capacity to address their special needs. White's descriptive and compelling prose sounds the alarm to the fate of these helpless children. She issues a passionate call to all to "act now" to help their lives with love, support and the care they so desperately need.