Invisible Girl

Invisible Girl

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by Cynthia Luce
     
 

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Invisible Girl provides personal narratives of serious problems plaguing society today and what happens when children go unseen, unheard, and remain invisible. Cynthia Luce opens up in an incredibly insightful manner, addressing concerns that destroy our youth and change the path of their future. She takes you on an invaluable and heart wrenching journey to understand

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Invisible Girl provides personal narratives of serious problems plaguing society today and what happens when children go unseen, unheard, and remain invisible. Cynthia Luce opens up in an incredibly insightful manner, addressing concerns that destroy our youth and change the path of their future. She takes you on an invaluable and heart wrenching journey to understand what happens to children who are subjected to being bullied, living in foster homes, surviving on the streets, in abusive situations, and more. She shares painful experiences that torment children, often at the hands of adults. More importantly, she offers solutions to prevent negative situations from devastating children or your own life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149513802
Publisher:
Cynthia Luce
Publication date:
03/24/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
146
File size:
246 KB

Meet the Author

Cynthia Luce is a mother, friend and compassionate woman sharing Invisible Girl to inspire you to implement change in this world. She wants you to see what is necessary so we can collectively work to help save or alter the path of our youth. She is an advocate for change.

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Invisible Girl 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When i moved schools i was the new girl in that school and they bullied me they bullied me because i have red hair blue eyes and freckles and they bullied me so much i never had anyone to hang out with no one to sit with i cryed every day and when i told my grandma that girls are bullying me she said it was drama so after school every day i went home i went to my room and cried i felt like no one loved me and i felt invisible