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Ghost Girl by Torey L. Hayden
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Aug 23, 09

bookshelves: biography, first-person, non-fiction, psychology
Recommended for: child psycologists, teachers, child welfare workers, etc.
Read in September, 1994, read count: 5

After reading ONE CHILD, I followed up with this book, and found the same thing - I read it in one afternoon, I couldn't put it down. Hayden has an easy style of writing that carries the reader into the story, and she makes it easy to find compassion with all the characters. It is amazing what kind of job she had and the children she met and helped along the way. This book, as with all Hayden's books, moved me completely, and I lent it to a young girl who later went into child welfare and sociology.
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