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  • Kelsey Frothingham

    a child called 'it'. Such a good book.

  • Julia G.

    good book, sad story

  • jahbrawg

    10. A Child Called "It", Dave Pelzer (5.8)

  • Darla Rea

    This is just the beginning. Dave Pelzer wrote more books about his life. All worth reading.

  • Trish Warne

    a child called 'it'. A must read true story.

  • 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.

  • Angela Ross

    Great book. Coach Wilson gave me this book to read in high school because I ALWAYS had my nose in a book. :)

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