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  • Jen Brimble

    a child called 'it'. My Favorite book

  • Ally Lai

    A book worth reading.

  • Phyllis Steele

    a child called 'it'. Such a sad sad story. Can't believe a parent could treat their child this way. Incomprehensible!

  • Kristi Carpenter

    a child called 'it'. This is on my list of books to read.

  • Brooke Dawn

    A Child Called It -Dave Pelzer (19)

  • Paige Thornton

    a child called 'it'. I read this in high school.. Cried the entire book.. An amazing crazy scary survival true story. Read it.

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Sarah's Key, Tatiana De Rosney {In Sarah’s Key, Tatiana de Rosnay offers up a mesmerizing story in which a tragic past unfolds, the present is torn apart, and the future is irrevocably altered.}

one of the best books I've read. Must say it helped to change the way I helped teach. My students and treat my patients

A Child Called "It" sad..

  • Ashley Casey

    He has two more books out. and his brother wrote one.

  • jalokm

    I think all teachers should read this they will be able to recognize a child going through this.

  • Katina Dorothy

    I dont like to read but i have read everyone one of these. Everytimes anyone asks for a good book i always mention this!

  • Megan Haworth

    I hate to read, but I have read this book 3 times. It is a truly amazing story and everyone should read it!

  • Erin Dunn

    So sad that any child could be treated like this.

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A Child Called "It"

  • Serg Katie

    oh i liked this book, so much meaning in it

  • Cherie Worley

    I read all three books many years ago. I have never forgotten the horror, the sadness and disbelief I felt when I read them. Could not believe s mother could do that to her child and that a father could be so disengaged.

  • Kim Lamb

    This story broke my heart, unreal how people treat children

  • Michelle Hutchings

    My middle schoolers love this book, but be aware that they story is adult and so is some of the language.

  • Jordan Saffron

    Such a sad series

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When the time come and I'll the chance to have a little one like her. I'll take a picture of her, like this one.

...and after you have finished reading, you will feel like all that happened, happened to you, and that it all belongs to you... the good and bad, the ecstasy, the remorse and sorrow, the people and places..." Everything. Ernest Hemingway.

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  • Bettye Williams

    "Good fast read........

  • Aziza Yessi

    What it about?

  • Bettye Williams

    In short, this is the story of Lily a Whie young girl who accidently shoots and kills her mom and the Black housekeeper who steps in to help raise her and her mean and abusive father. It takes place in the South. It is told in their journey leading the two women who three sistrs who raise bees for their honey....their lives will change forever!

Conclusion to A Child Called 'It' and The Lost Boy. Such an inspiring story.

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