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The Privilege of Youth By Dave Pelzer

The Privilege of Youth by Dave Pelzer

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Summary

The fourth in the series of Dave Pelzer's books tells of his experience of bullying at school and the friends in the neighbourhood who helped him through it all.

The Privilege of Youth Summary

The Privilege of Youth: The Inspirational Story of a Teenager's Search for Friendship and Acceptance by Dave Pelzer

Dave Pelzer's bestselling autobiographical trilogy are an international phenomenon. Distressing, heartbreaking and yet inspirational, the fourth in the series guarantees the same level of success. His next book centres on his experience of bullying at school and the friends he made in his neighbourhood who helped him fight back. He tells the story of his high school years when he met two friends who helped him get through the perils and promises of adolescence. It is a story of hope and heartache, and reveals the many positive influences in Dave's teenage years as well as the agonizing choices he had to make to reclaim his life from the childhood he lost to abuse.

About Dave Pelzer

Dave Pelzer is the international bestselling author of A Child Called 'It', The Lost Boy and A Man Named Dave. He travels throughout the world raising awareness about child abuse and prevention. In 1994 he received the Outstanding Young Persons of the World award.

Additional information

GOR002570688
9780718146689
0718146689
The Privilege of Youth: The Inspirational Story of a Teenager's Search for Friendship and Acceptance by Dave Pelzer
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Penguin Books Ltd
2004-01-15
240
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