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Baby Help (Hamilton High #6)

4.25 of 5 stars 4.25  ·  rating details  ·  118 ratings  ·  19 reviews
Melissa doesn't consider herself abused—Rudy only hits her occasionally when he's drinking—until she realizes the effect his abuse is having on their child. Finally Melissa leaves Rudy, and she and Cheyenne go to the shelter for battered women. As difficulties with group living arise, however,she misses the good times with Rudy. The clarity of Melissa's decision soon fades ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published December 1st 1997 by Morning Glory Press
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Feb 22, 2012 Jasmine rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone
This book really got to me as a teen and it stuck with me even through my adulthood so much so that I had to go out and buy it. I loved this book as a teen. Melissa's story was so real and powerful. She was a girl stuck in a terrible situation with no one to turn to and she had to be a strong person to get her and her daughter out of a tough situation. Very good book!!
Lupita Torres
Are you suffering or struggleing because of your violent boyfriend? Is your baby seeing that? Then the "Baby Help" book is obiously what you need to read, it is what you need. it will make you open your eyes in many ways. First of all, it will make you open your eyes to reality, to life. To the life where you're a mom. How you shouldn't put up with no boyfriend's abuse because you have a child watching every single thing. How much you are valid as a person and so is your baby. How you should nev ...more
This woman has a lot of inner strength encourage to leave her abuser.
Lizandra Delacruz
This book was really interesting it was about a young girl names Melissa who has a baby named Cheyenne. Her "boyfriend" but he ends up hitting her sometimes when he's drinking. So she doesn't know her feelings toward him I guess she's confused. But she rather get hurt then for her daughter to get hurt. But when that happens she runs away in a safe place far from him.
brittany colon
this book is the best what happens is that she is getting abused by her boyfriend but she still loves him and doesn't want to leave him but she has a child and she doesn't want her cild getting hurt she doesn't know if she should leave him or stay so she......
Juice Young
- I think this is very great book for people who have been abused or are in a abusive relationship now. It guides/helps you learn how the outcome is if you continue to be/get out of a relationship like that .
This Book is a real eye opener.Its about this girl who has a baby and then moves in with the babys father ad he starts to hit her and then she cant take it anymore so she leaves him.
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This girls boyfriend beats her and oneday he handled their baby roughlyly so the teenage girl has to go to a shelter because her boyfriend won't stop hitting her and calling her bad names.
Mrs. Tongate
Our students love this series! Even though this series was written several years ago, students love them all and want more at our alternative school. (teen pregnancy/abuse).
Jackie Jones
i had to read this for school about how dating violence is super SERIOUS! and least favorite part was to learn that daphine died! that was the sad part
Guadalupe Martinez
this is book is about a husband who beats up his wife. His wife does not leave him until the end
Top Notch Diva Millz
This book is So AMAZING i read it in 2 days and i never put it down . i actualy shed a tear
I really enjoyed reading this book in high school. This is definitely a good book for young girls.
Teresa ibarra
I really like this author because we can relate her books to our teen lives.
Excellent for teenagers! Very true-to-life situations!
I meet the author!! N this is the book she sign!!
this book is so efen AWSOME!!!
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