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Even Tough Girls Wear Tutus: Inside the World of a Woman Born in Prison
     

Even Tough Girls Wear Tutus: Inside the World of a Woman Born in Prison

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by Deborah Jiang Stein
 
Even Tough Girls Wear Tutus is the story of a woman whose gift for finding purpose in life drives her to help others change their lives even as she struggles to accept and overcome her own past, born heroin addicted to a mother in prison. Her story proves we’re more than the sum of our parts, and there’s always a chance for redemption.

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Even Tough Girls Wear Tutus is the story of a woman whose gift for finding purpose in life drives her to help others change their lives even as she struggles to accept and overcome her own past, born heroin addicted to a mother in prison. Her story proves we’re more than the sum of our parts, and there’s always a chance for redemption.

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C.R. Zwolinski
"Out of the depths of her pain and eventual acceptance, Deborah created not only this ruggedly honest book (which entranced me--I read it in one gulp), but also some creative and important projects...
Her language deftly conveys her experience of sensory disorder and I found myself riding on the waves of her emotions and her sense of time.”
—PsychCentral.com, Even Tough Girls Wear Tutus: Deborah Jiang Stein's Story
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Product Details

BN ID:
2940013777002
Publisher:
Cell 7 Media
Publication date:
01/16/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
952 KB

Meet the Author

Deborah Jiang Stein is a writer and public speaker who devotes her work to women, men, and children in the margins of society. She’s at work on another memoir, a YA novel, and a collection of short stories.

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Even Tough Girls Wear Tutus: Inside the World of a Woman Born in Prison 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
jackima More than 1 year ago
What a journey this memoir took me on. Deborah was brutally honest, more so than I could ever be, yet her story wasn't depressing or downbeat. Instead it was a testament to Deborah's resilience, and a peek inside the mind of an angry young girl with many questions and few answers. I read it all the way through, I really felt a need to know how things ended with both mother's. I shed a few tears, had a few laughs, but mostly I took away a sense of peace and love and acceptance.