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The Lost Boy

A Foster Child's Search for the Love of a Family

by Dave Pelzer

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The Lost Boy by Dave Pelzer
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    Aug 1997, 340 pages

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zakeria cole

I thought that both books were great because it touched you and making you feel the hurt of not being loved and not feed or being treated like a human by your mother who birthed you.
Corrina

I give this book a 5 out of 5 because it is an awsome book...I thiought the first one was good but then I read this oneand was amazed. I read the first book just because every one was saying"Oh "A Child Called It" is such a good book." sSo I read it and loved it. I read the second book fora book report and was very touched by what it had to say. It is a true story and things like this happen every day and I think that writing a bok about what has happened to you is a major accomplisment.
Ana

I could never imagine a human person going through this stuff. I wanna SAY THANK YOU for proving anyone can survive anyone if they really focus on succedding and i congratulate you DAVID PELTZER, as i read the book for the second time i sit here and think is this for real, i constantly have to check myself thinking wow this man is so courageous i really enjoy your books!
Dezy

TextText I love all of Dave's book!!! All of them touched me..... I look forward to the next one......
Tiffany

It is a book that touches the heart, very much i really think that people should read this book. Before there alcohol problems get any worse and they torcher there children like that also. Not as bad are to extreme taht dave went through i really enjoyed meeting Dave Pelzer it was a honor to meet him in real life.
Nicole Groff

Hey man
I love these books by Dave pelzer
I love books with little kids in them
I also like how he has more then one book and it goes from when he was little untill he is grown up.
I hope you write more books I really like to read them.
Your friend,
Nicole Groff
adam krebs

This the best book I have ever read
Erica

Im not into Reading much, but after starting Dave's frist two books, A Child Called It and The Lost Boy, I found myself having a hard time puttign them down...It hard to picture a mother treatign her child in that mannor...Dave has a lot of strangth to go through what he did...I loved his books...

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