An Innocent Baby Why would anyone abandon little Darcy May

An Innocent Baby  Why would anyone abandon little Darcy May
Author: Cathy Glass
Publsiher: HarperCollins UK
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2021-09-16
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780008466497

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When foster carer, Cathy Glass, is asked to foster Darcy-May, a two-day old baby, she is very concerned.

Innocent The True Story of Siblings Struggling to Survive

Innocent  The True Story of Siblings Struggling to Survive
Author: Cathy Glass
Publsiher: HarperCollins UK
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2019-09-05
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780008341992

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Innocent is the shocking true story of little Molly and Kit, siblings, aged 3 years and 18 months, who are brought into care as an emergency after suffering non-accidental injuries.


Author: Mirsada Alemic-Helac
Publsiher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2016-10-11
Genre: History
ISBN: 1682938867

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Have you ever thought of how children really feel while they are trapped in a war zone, surrounded by nothing but chaos? Did you ever stop and consider what goes through their minds and what is felt in the hearts while their childhood is ruined, lives interrupted, and dreams shattered in the most heartless way? Ever wondered what it might feel like drifting to sleep under the echoes of grenade explosions or walking to school dodging bullets?

A Life Lost Jackson Is Haunted by a Secret from His Past

A Life Lost  Jackson Is Haunted by a Secret from His Past
Author: Cathy Glass
Publsiher: HarperCollins UK
Total Pages: 261
Release: 2021-02-18
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780008436629

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Jackson is aggressive, confrontational and often volatile. His mother, Kayla, is crippled with grief after tragically losing her husband and eldest son. Struggling to cope, she puts Jackson into foster care.

The Innocent Eyes of a Child

The Innocent Eyes of a Child
Author: Trea Jackson
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 360
Release: 2021-05-12
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1649908784

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In the Innocent Eyes of a Child, follows the story of a girl, named Brighteyes, who was born into dysfunctional family. She was subjected to years of abuse. At the age of five, she is abandoned by her abusers and ends up in the foster care system. She journeys through the foster care system going from home to home. She tells her story through her eyes, as she grows up never finding the love, care, and family she desired. She experiences the path of the foster child is often filled with challenges that are overwhelming, frustrating, and heartbreaking. She experiences more abuse which was often ignored in the system. Her mistreatment by some of the foster parents causes a great deal of pain, which is evident. She copes by "flying away." She takes the reader through the journey of each place she goes-her feelings, hopes, and dreams. These are often filled with disappointments, betrayal, and tears. Many do not know what happens to foster children as they journey through many homes-- while never finding any love or stability. While on her journey, she dreamed of being rescued by a loving family. This wasn't only her journey, but the journey of a lot of foster children-- forced to grow-up this way. The phrase, "What is in the Best Interest of the Child," is often challenged. Through it all, she still had hope that she would find a place called home.

The Natural Child

The Natural Child
Author: Jan Hunt
Publsiher: New Society Publishers
Total Pages: 138
Release: 2001-12-01
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9781550923247

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Discover an age-old parenting method that treats children with dignity, respect, understanding, and compassion from infancy into adulthood. The Natural Child makes a compelling case for a return to attachment parenting, a child-rearing approach that has come naturally for parents throughout most of human history. In this insightful guide, parenting specialist Jan Hunt links together attachment parenting principles with child advocacy and homeschooling philosophies, offering a consistent approach to raising a loving, trusting, and confident child. The Natural Child dispels the myths of “tough love,” building baby’s self-reliance by ignoring its cries, and the necessity of spanking to enforce discipline. Instead, the book explains the value of extended breast-feeding, family co-sleeping, and minimal child-parent separation. Homeschooling, like attachment parenting, nurtures feelings of self-worth, confidence, and trust. The author draws on respected leaders of the homeschool movement such as John Taylor Gatto and John Holt, guiding the reader through homeschool approaches that support attachment parenting principles. Being an ally to children is spontaneous for caring adults, but intervening on behalf of a child can be awkward and surrounded by social taboo. The Natural Child shows how to stand up for a child’s rights effectively and sensitively in many difficult situations. The role of caring adults, points out Hunt, is not to give children “lessons in life”—but to employ a variation of The Golden Rule, and treat children as we would like to have been treated in childhood. Praise for The Natural Child “I had grown jaded with the flood of parenting books, but The Natural Child is a rare and splendid exception . . . . I can’t praise it sufficiently, and would place it along with Leidloff’s Continuum Concept and my own Magical Child . . . . It could make an enormous difference if read widely enough.” —Joseph Chilton Pierce, author of The Magical Child “In prose that is at the same time eloquent and simple, [Hunt] provides a mix of useful parenting tips that are supported by the philosophy that children reflect the treatment they receive. This is no less than an impassioned plea for the future—not only our children’s future, but the future of our way oof life on this planet.” —Wendy Priesnitz, Editor, Natural Life Magazine

Forever Innocent

Forever Innocent
Author: Deanna Roy
Publsiher: Casey Shay Press
Total Pages: 287
Release: 2014-01-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781938150180

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The USA Today bestselling series "Our baby died on prom night, and nothing was ever the same again." Corabelle doesn't feel like any of the other college girls. On what should have been one of the happiest nights of her life, she and her boyfriend Gavin watched a nurse disconnect the ventilator from their seven-day-old baby. During the funeral two days later, Gavin walked out and never returned. Since then, her life has been a spiral of disasters. The only thing that has helped is her ability to black out whenever the pain gets too hard to bear, a habit that has become an addiction. When Gavin shows up in her astronomy class four years later, he is hell-bent on getting her back, insisting she forgive him. Corabelle knows she can't resist the touch that fills the empty ache that has haunted her since he left. But if he learns what she has done, if he follows the trail back through her past, her secrets will destroy their love completely. And once again, she'll lose the only person who always believed she was innocent. A New Adult Contemporary Romance. Contains themes of loss, second chance, love story, first love, reuniting, new adult and coming of age, pregnancy, grief, dangerous romance, college, and blue collar. HEA. 288 print pages


Author: Diane Chamberlain
Publsiher: Harlequin
Total Pages: 400
Release: 2012-08-15
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781459248120

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Early on the morning of her eleventh birthday, on the beach beside her North Carolina home, Daria Cato receives an unbelievable gift from the sea—an abandoned newborn baby. When the infant’s identity cannot be uncovered, she is adopted by Daria’s loving family. But her silent secrets continue to haunt Daria. Now, twenty years later, Shelly has grown into an unusual, ethereal young woman whom Daria continues to protect. But when Rory Taylor, a friend from Daria’s childhood and now a television producer, returns at Shelly’s request to do a story about the circumstances surrounding her birth, something precarious shifts in the small town of Kill Devil Hills. The more questions Rory asks, the more unsettled the tiny community becomes, as closely guarded secrets and the sins of that long-ago summer begin to surface. Piece by piece, the mystery of summer’s child is being exposed, a mystery that no one involved—not Shelly, Daria, not even Rory—is prepared to face.