Best Read [Dave Pelzer] ↠ The Lost Boy: A Foster Child's Search for the Love of a Family || [Crime Book] PDF ·
Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM By Dave Pelzer

Predstavljajte si majhnega fanta, ki ni nikoli imel doma Njegova edina lastnina so stare raztrgane obleke, ki jih nosi v papirnati vre ki Njegov edini svet sta osamelost in strah eprav so tega mladega fanta re ili pred njegovo materjo alkoholi arko, se njegova resni na bole ina ele za enja nima kraja, ki bi mu rekel dom.To je nadaljevanje knjige Dava Pelzerja OtrokPredstavljajte si majhnega fanta, ki ni nikoli imel doma Njegova edina lastnina so stare raztrgane obleke, ki jih nosi v papirnati vre ki Njegov edini svet sta osamelost in strah eprav so tega mladega fanta re ili pred njegovo materjo alkoholi arko, se njegova resni na bole ina ele za enja nima kraja, ki bi mu rekel dom.To je nadaljevanje knjige Dava Pelzerja Otrok brez imena V tej zgodbi njegovega ivljenja kot mladostnika so postavljena nova vpra anja in odkriti novi pripetljaji Kot rejni ki otrok mladi David do ivi selitev po petih razli nih domovih Tisti, ki utijo, da so vsi rejni ki otroci nadloga in nevredni, da bi jih imeli radi samo zaradi tega, ker niso del resni ne dru ine, odklanjajo njegovo prisotnost in ga silijo, da se uti osramo enega Jok in smeh, obup in upanje vse to ustvarja pot tega malega zgubljenega fanta, ki obupno i e ljubezen dru ine Izgubljeni fant je delo, ki vas bo ganilo in izstopa kot sijo navdih za vse.
  • Title: The Lost Boy: A Foster Child's Search for the Love of a Family
  • Author: Dave Pelzer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Jenny Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The Lost Boy, written by bestselling author David Pelzer, is about David’s own struggle in foster care. In this book, David has a conflict internally and externally. The internal conflict is how he feels sad and worthless after all those early years of abuse. The external conflict is between David and his mother. When David was about seven to nine, he excessively abused by his mother. Therefore, with the frequent visits she pays him at his different foster homes, she acts as though he is still [...]
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قصي بن خليفة Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
عندي هذا الكتاب منذ مدة طويلة ولم أعره اهتماماً قلت ربما يكون رواية فيها معاناة ولا أحب الروايات المأساوية أو ربما يكون كتبه أحد التربويين عن طفل متشرد ولا يختلف الأمر كثيراً في نظريولكن ما إن تناولته لم استطع تركه! فهو كما قلت قصة مأساوية ولكن من الكاتب؟ الطفل نفسهولكن بالط [...]
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Katie Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
"The Lost Boy" is the sequel to "A Child Called It," and it continues where the first memoir left off. This, the second installment, takes the reader through the author's years in foster care after being taken away from his sadistic mother. It is refreshing to hear positive commentary on the foster care system, since most of what is reported is horrible. Dave's strength, perseverence, and unshakeable spirit are extremely inspiring, and it is heartbreaking to learn of his experiences. This is a m [...]
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Delenn Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
I had to read this one after The Child Called It. It was also compelling and opened my eyes to the foster care system.
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S Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The Lost Boy is a sequel to "A Child Called It" which basically depicts the life of David (the author) at ages 12-18 years old.The first book tells you about this little (literally) kid who was strong and determined enough to stay alive amidst all the abuse his mother had put him through. This second part of the trilogy, however, tells you about a boy who's trying to become a man in order to fit in to the society that's all new to him.After being rescued from his mother's abusive claws, Dave was [...]
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Kellie Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
A truly amazing story of Dave Pelzer, the little boy who was viciously abused by his mother. Again, I can’t come close to understanding the viciousness of this woman and how she could treat her own son this way. It is truly amazing that Dave survived and became successful as he did. Dave is so right about Foster Care and the System. I met a woman at work who became a Foster Parent and I truly looked at her in a different light. It takes an extraordinary person to commit themselves to something [...]
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Thea Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
This is a book that explains the kids way of thinking, tells us how hard it is for anyone to fit in especially if everyone else thinks that you are different. I think the moral of the story is to understand, care and love children more. David is a perfect example of a child craving for attention. Any child if not given the proper attention and guidance, even the most angelic and the nicest child in the world, can do things that may hurt others, destroy some property or worst destroy his own futu [...]
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Lorraine Southern Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
17/85, 5 stars *****This book made me cry. One of the most heartbreaking things about this time period for the author (ages 12-18) is that all he still wanted, despite everything his mother had done to him, was her love and to know why she treated him the way she did. Ultimately, he manages to forgive both her for her abuse and his father for his neglect and I find it all so amazing. This author is truly inspirational. By telling his story, he teaches resilience and forgiveness and shows how the [...]
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Emily Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
"The lost boy" is a sequel to, "A Child Called It," and it continues where the first memoir left off. This, the second book, takes the reader through the author's years in foster care after being taken away from hiswell, crazy mother. It is great to hear positive opinions on the foster care system since most of what is reported is horrible. Dave's strength, perseverance, and unshakeable spirit are extremely inspiring, and it is heartbreaking to learn of his experiences. This book is extremely wo [...]
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Nour Allam Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
كتابي السابع لعام 2018.يستعرض الكاتب في هذا الجزء ما بعد اخراجه من منزل والدته وانتقاله للعيش في منازل الرعاية وحتى بلوغه الثامنة عشر من العمر.من قال أن مجرد الابتعاد عن البيئة المقيتة يجعل من الفرد انساناً آخر؟ كل الاهانات التي تلقاها والثقة بالنفس التي فقدها ستعود سلباً علي [...]
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Najati Matrook Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
✏️▪️▪️اسم الكتاب: #الولد_التائهالمؤلف: #دايف_بيلزرنوع الكتاب: سيرة ذاتية روائيةعدد الصفحات: 254الدار: الدار العربية للعلوم✏️ما زلت أجهل حقيقة مشاعر هذه الأم القاسية .، لا أعتقد ولا يوجد أم بكامل قواها العقلية تعامل ابنها بهذه الوحشية .، سلسلة مغامرات وآلام يمر بعد "ديفيد" ف [...]
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Claudia Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
Reading Response #16I fell in love with this book. It was amazing. This book is a sequel to the first book called 'The Child Called It'. Some kids, teens or adults are afraid to talk about their abusive childhood past. The author does an autobiography about his past, how his mother made him drink washing detergent and make him vomit food. I cannot even imagine that this could even happen. Pelzer's father never bothered to help his own son, I cried when I read this book. It shocked me just to rea [...]
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Izzy Brogaard Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The book I read is called The Lost Boy. I really like this book. I like in some situations how David, the main character, handled himself. It is a very sad book, and it also tells a lot about a little boy’s family life. This book starts out as David getting yelled at and abused by his mother. David is only nine. His mom calls them “games”, and to David, the only way to stay alive is to play those “games”, so his mom won’t hurt him as bad. One day he gets the chance to run away, so he [...]
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Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic) Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
Published: 01/08/1997Author: Dave PelzerRecommended for: fans of true life novelsThis is the sequel to A Child Called It, in this book we read about the next stage in Dave Pelzer's life. It is a truly amazing and inspiring book, it is one that will move you to tears and make you feel for him. He grew up in an abuse household, with no-one to turn to, in the series of books about his life he reveals just how bad his life was when he was growing up and how he managed to make something of his life d [...]
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Aimee O'Donnell Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The book I read for quarter three was “The Lost Boy”, by Dave Pelzer. This book is the sequel to the series of, “A Child Called It”. The author’s purpose of writing this novel was to show that God can give you any struggle in your life; however he will not give you any difficulty that you cannot handle. He has a plan for everybody, and it will all work out in the end. I feel that David tries to tell everyone who is reading the story that you should never give up on something even if it [...]
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Lindsay Bui Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
Dave Pelzer’s The Lost Boy tells the story of his so called childhood, the years of abuse, disappearing with one decision that led to his discovery of a life and a world outside of his home. The book is set in his grade school to high school years, when he transit from being abused at home to living in the foster care system.Wanting to escape his mother’s beatings yet yearning for her love and acceptance, Dave made a difficult decision of leaving his mother. Dave learns to adapt to his new l [...]
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Brit McCarthy Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The second book in the Dave Pelzer trilogy is The Lost Boy, chronicling Dave’s life in foster homes from the age of twelve to eighteen. Again I have come to the end and feel immediately like I have to put a few other books in between this and the next and final book, A Man Named Dave. I don’t feel like another book is necessary but have decided to read it for the sake of completeness.At the start of the book, Dave insists this one is written using the language and perspective he had at that [...]
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Katie Siehr Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
I read the book "The Lost Boy", which is a sequel to the book, "A Child Called It" it was about a man named Dave Pelzer's, and life as a foster child. "The Lost Boy" is an autobiography. In this book I read about how Dave had changed over the years of being a foster child because of the things he had gone through. David Pelzer's life as a kid wasn't exactly perfect. He was abused by his parents for most of his life. His mother wasn't nice to him and his father was an alcoholic. His mother would [...]
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Krystal Chihuahua Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
I recommend this book because it has a very detailed description about a very young boys life named David. Lives in a physical and verbal abuse home with an alcoholic mother that has so much hate towards her son David. His mother doesn't give him the "identity" of a child. Just imagine 7 year old getting hit and beaten everyday without any cry out for help. Terrified of everything and anything that surrounds him. His only possession that he can call his own is his torn up clothes that he has in [...]
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Correna Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The Lost BoyThe book, The Lost Boy, by Dave Pelzer, tells a story of a boy named David and his personal experiences through the search for the love of a family. It is a sad story based around his physical and mental abuse that he receives from his mother. David is eventually placed into multiple foster homes, seeking for the safety and love from others. An important theme in this story tells us about the importance of staying strong and never giving up.David received the strength to run away fro [...]
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Connie Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
This is a continuation of the series from the book A Child Called It. This takes place after Mr. Pelzer is removed from his home and into foster care at the age of 12. The book starts off with a heart wrenching scene of the gross mistreatment to him by his mother. I couldn't even get through the first chapter without practically crying on the outside and screaming on the inside, "Why did this happen to him?" Throughout the book I wanted to know why his mother was such a monster and why did she s [...]
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Cam Rogers Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The Lost Boy by Dave PelzerRating: 7Review:In his sequel to the haunting and devastating A Child Called “It”, Dave Pelzer takes us through the journey of his removal from his mother’s cruel home and into the world of a foster child. As an “F-Child” in Northern California in the early 1970s, Dave often faces hostility and prejudice from other children, teachers, and the community at large. Dave describes the various foster homes in which he was placed, ongoing court battles with his mot [...]
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Rebecca Zambrano Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
"I'm alone. I'm hungry and I'm shivering in the dark. I sit on top of my hands at the bottom of the stairs in the garage. My head is tilted backward. My hands became numb hours ago. My neck and shoulder muscles begin to throb. But that's nothing new - I've learned to turn off the pain."The Lost Boy"the second installment of a trilogy. New York Times #1 International Bestseller By Dave Pelzer Will have you intrigued from the moment you read the first sentence. There's no doubt David wants to plea [...]
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Emily Smarjesse Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The author’s purpose in writing The Lost Boy is to show how one boy finds ways to survive in his life. He tries to find his strengthens and weaknesses to balance out his daily routine. The boy is telling the story, which is easier for him to express how he feels. The theme of The Lost Boy is to fight your way through life’s struggles because struggles make you stronger. In the beginning of the book, the struggle begins like this, “I’m alone. I’m hungry and I’m shivering in the dark [...]
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Joanna Cabot Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
Begun this with hesitation after not being terribly impressed by the first book in this memoir trilogy, but since it was a library book and it was fairly short, I was curious to see how Pelzer's story continued. There were many issues left unresolved after the first book, and this one addressed many of them and was a vast improvement. Pelzer's style does tend to the melodrama (lots of exclamation points and declarations that a moment was a turning point in his future) but I respect what he has o [...]
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Cordavia Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
To me this book was sad because i couldnt believe that a mother would treat her own flesh and blood like an animal.I couldnt believe that a mother would hurt her child the way david pelzer mother hurt him for so many years.I feel that this book is a good way to get children that are going through some of the things that david go through out of this situation.This book an so many ways could be helpful because at the very end of the book theres like an phone book of numbers that can be of some hel [...]
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Dee Toomey Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
To say that David Pelzer came from "a dysfunctinal home" would be like saying the Jews were "treated badly" during the holacaust! How he literally survived is a puzzle, but how he survived to go one to live a "normal" life is a miracle. We all have baggage, but this man carries a whole set of luggage!This story picks up where "A Child Called It" left off. At 12 years old, he finally escapes the hell he lived in as a child. Yet, as an adolescent, foster-home juggling can bring trials and troubles [...]
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Xavier Sim Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
Dave Pelzer I read this book called “The Lost Boy “Its about a boy that is resented by his family, day by day he gets to by his parents. He never had a place he could call home. In the Lost Boy Dace Pelzer relives his life as a foster child, in and out of five different homes. People think that foster kids are unworthy of love, and resented his presence, forcing him to suffer, but still Dave never stop hoping and searching for love of a real family. My favorite part of the book is when Dave [...]
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Susie Apr 03, 2020 - 08:46 AM
The lost boy is about a teenager who's had a rough life. He gets abused by his mother, eventually he gets out of the house and goes into foster care. He gets moved throughout lots of foster homes and schools. The purpose of this book is to show people what children who are in a similar situation go through. I think the author is trying to tell the children who go though this that they aren't alone. In my opinion the author achieved this purpose by showing so much emotion. There was also a lot of [...]
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The Lost Boy: A Foster Child's Search for the Love of a Family By Dave Pelzer Predstavljajte si majhnega fanta, ki ni nikoli imel doma Njegova edina lastnina so stare raztrgane obleke, ki jih nosi v papirnati vre ki Njegov edini svet sta osamelost in strah eprav so tega mladega fanta re ili pred njegovo materjo alkoholi arko, se njegova resni na bole ina ele za enja nima kraja, ki bi mu rekel dom.To je nadaljevanje knjige Dava Pelzerja OtrokPredstavljajte si majhnega fanta, ki ni nikoli imel doma Njegova edina lastnina so stare raztrgane obleke, ki jih nosi v papirnati vre ki Njegov edini svet sta osamelost in strah eprav so tega mladega fanta re ili pred njegovo materjo alkoholi arko, se njegova resni na bole ina ele za enja nima kraja, ki bi mu rekel dom.To je nadaljevanje knjige Dava Pelzerja Otrok brez imena V tej zgodbi njegovega ivljenja kot mladostnika so postavljena nova vpra anja in odkriti novi pripetljaji Kot rejni ki otrok mladi David do ivi selitev po petih razli nih domovih Tisti, ki utijo, da so vsi rejni ki otroci nadloga in nevredni, da bi jih imeli radi samo zaradi tega, ker niso del resni ne dru ine, odklanjajo njegovo prisotnost in ga silijo, da se uti osramo enega Jok in smeh, obup in upanje vse to ustvarja pot tega malega zgubljenega fanta, ki obupno i e ljubezen dru ine Izgubljeni fant je delo, ki vas bo ganilo in izstopa kot sijo navdih za vse.

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