Free Read [Paranormal Book] ↠ September's Child #1 - by C.A. Staff ✓

By C.A. Staff | Comments: ( 455 ) | Date: ( Dec 09, 2019 )

September s Child is the remarkably true story of a four year old little girl who embarks on a journey through the system , after her biological mother set her own clothing on fire Finding love while in foster care, and having it stripped away from her by an adoption that turned into abuse From neglect to abuse this little hero survived it all She learned to become anSeptember s Child is the remarkably true story of a four year old little girl who embarks on a journey through the system , after her biological mother set her own clothing on fire Finding love while in foster care, and having it stripped away from her by an adoption that turned into abuse From neglect to abuse this little hero survived it all She learned to become an emotionless child, to live another day, ultimately to tell her story A story stained with tears and filled with heart ache.


  • Title: September's Child #1
  • Author: C.A. Staff
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Comments September's Child #1

  • Natasja Hellenthal

    Powerful and emotional must read!I read this autobiography in one day as I just couldn’t put it down. It was that gripping and to know that this is a true story makes it even more worth the read in order to know what happened in the end.It is the story of little Anna who lives with her birthmother for the first four years of her life, but gets taken into care when her mother can no longer look after her properly. Anna has known hunger, loneliness, neglect and fear already. It’s when she meet [...]


  • Anthea

    I usually really enjoy reading books like this. I like books that make me sad, that can pull all the emotion out of me and just make me feel really shit for having a good childhood. No one has it easy, but then again no child should ever be treated like they don't mean anything.I was pulled in by this book from the very beginning, and I've read a lot of child abuse/neglect stories, because I like the psychology behind it, how someone who's had a shit start to life can make something better for t [...]


  • S.B. Redstone

    September’s Child is an autobiography. It is written by a survivor of neglect and abuse, not saved by a cruel system of child welfare in this country and around the world, but by her own courage, wits, and determination. It takes you back when she was a helpless child. You hear her sweet voice talking to you. Her story grabs you, and holds you, as you are the witness to her pain and suffering, but there’s nothing you can do about it. I became teary eyed. She is not seeking revenge or an indi [...]


  • F.W. Pinkerton

    Its difficult to know where to start with this book(as it's non fiction and written from the heart), as after I was a few pages in I sat back and thought "there but for the grace of God" because my childhood was on the whole a very happy one. This book is firstly incredibly sad (in that no one should be treated like that, especially a child) but also great that it shows people can ,even in extreme circumstances learn to move on and make life their own. As I turned the pages I wondered what would [...]


  • Videoclimber(AKA)MTsLilSis

    After the last sentence I just wanted to go hug my kids. Ms. Staff's story is one that needs to be told. It is amazing that she could endure so much abuse and neglect and manage to live through it. There were many chances for others to help her or save her, but no one intervened. Abusers hide behind a mask of kindness. Many times the abusers are not caught until it is too late for the one being abused to ever have a normal existence. I am glad that the author was able to move on and have her own [...]


  • Paige

    September's Child, by author Carol Staff is an honest account of her experiences from pre school to about age 18 as an adoptee and victim of child abuse and neglect. It is a fast-paced, candid and sometimes heart-breaking account of growing up alone, being maneuvered through the foster care system and eventually being placed as an "older child" , (not an infant), with an adoptive family. The story depicts her struggle for friendships and especially acceptance by her hurtful adoptive mother and o [...]


  • Traci Domergue

    Moving onUnfortunately all childhood abuse stories do not end when the child grows up. It is certainly sad that a majority of these cases continue spiraling in cycle after cycle. I agree that too many people turn a blind eye to abuseling themselves someone else will eventually help.just to make it easiest on their own conscience. Thank you for sharing your life with us! God bless!


  • Lizzie Winns

    This book had me from page one, it is a true story about child abuse. And what kids go thru in the foster care system. This child was adopted but was never a true family member. This book tells of her life and the struggles she endures under what was suppose to be a safe place to grow up in. Well on to book 2.


  • valarie howard

    A page TurnerI have to commend this author for such an honest heart wrenching and at the same time heart warming accounting of her childhood. No child should have to endure such atrocities, but even at such a young age, she had amazing strength. I have already purchased her follow-up book, Bring on the Rain, and look forward to starting it as soon as possible.


  • Janice Armstrong

    Excellent book!Well written, felt I was traveling the same road, the descriptions were heart wrenching, however needed to be told, looking forward to reading Bring the Rain. Awareness is the strong factor here, we must protect our children in this world.


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