A Child Called It: One Child's Courage to Survive Essay | Student Essay

Dave Pelzer
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Book Review of "A Child Called It"

Summary: Dave Pelzer writes an autobiography, relating his life story of abuse, starvation and fear. Pelzer sees himslef as a lost boy, drawing more public awareness to child abuse.
The book I read was `A Child Called It' by Dave Pelzer. The book is an autobiography of Pelzer. He writes about his struggle to stay alive in a home where he is treated like a slave and an animal. The book begins with the people at Dave's school finally report Dave and his condition to the authorities. Then he tells us about his past when he still lived in a happy, normal family. Dave had a mother, father and 2 older brothers. While his Father is at work as a fire fighter, his mother turns to alcohol. She starts treating Dave like an animal and makes him lives in the garage and sleeps there too. She would grab him and smash him in the mirror, when the family is having dinner she would make him sit in a POW (prisoner of war) position...

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