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Twilight Children: Three Voices No One Heard Until a Therapist Listened
     

Twilight Children: Three Voices No One Heard Until a Therapist Listened

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by Torey Hayden
 

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From the bestselling author of One Child comes the story of three of former special education teacher Torey Hayden’s most extraordinary challenges.

Nine-year-old Cassandra, kidnapped by her father and found starving, dirty, and picking through garbage cans—is a child prone to long silences and erratic, violent behavior.

Charming, charismatic

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Twilight Children: Three Voices No One Heard Until a Therapist Listened 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Mac1213 More than 1 year ago
During the Twilight Children book, Torey Hayden goes into major details about helping two children and an eight-two-year old lady through a huge crisis in each of their lives. I don't know how one person can go through so much drama and listen to the different stories each person has to tell and still be able to help them through their problems. Even when Cassandra would act up and call her stupid, Torey had every intention of helping the child no matter what it took. Then, she deals with a four year old child who can't talk to anyone, except his mother, and later on she finds out the mother was lying about that. This definetly shows how much trouble a women would go to in order to help people she doesn't even know. In my opinion, this is a heart felt story that more people need to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I remember reading this book while I was a teenager. I couldn't put it down. Torey Hayden is an awesome story teller. The world needs more counselors and teachers like her who are willing to go that distance to help our children of today.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book, but it fell short of reaching my expectations. I love all of Hayden's other books, and I only liked this one. She includes no detail about her personal life. By the end of a Hayden book, I felt drawn in and like I knew the characters. I feel like this was written from a more clinical perspective.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Torey Hayden's books and he tells a compelling story that captures your attention from the start. She is a gifted therapist and author
carol79 More than 1 year ago
I was assigned this book to read as part a class. I have read other Torey Hayden books and am equally pleased with this book as I was with the others. This is a well written, insightful, and compelling book!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a sad and tragic story and should never have happened. The first such manuscript along these lines written first person was by a man named Ken Grant from Massachusetts who grew up pretty much his whole life in state child care and wrote his story before Dave Pelzer introduced his. Grant's book was suppressed while Pelzer's made it through and Ms. Hayden has done an incredible job of offering a very realistic third party look at the same issues.Anyone who works with special needs must read her books-- all of them!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this was the first book i read of torey hayden it was great couldn't put it down both children won my heart and gerd made me feel like i was with my own grandparnets i can't wait to get another book of hers.
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