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SHE FINALLY THOUGHT SHE WAS SAFE... Toni Maguire, author of Don't Tell Mummy, takes up the story of her tragic childhood where she left off, revealing the awful truth about what happened when her father, sent to jail for abusing her, was released, and came home...
When Daddy Comes Home from the Army is an inspiring story told by a 6-year-old girl who is trying to cope with the extended deployment of her father. With honesty and emotion, she discusses why her father had to leave, and what her mother does to help her and her brother deal with the separation. Strategies for parents concerned with how to maintain their child's equilibrium in the absence of a parent are subtly incorporated into the story. The story ends in an upbeat and positive way as the girl fondly remembers the special times she has shared with her father, and looks forward to enjoying these activities again once he returns.
Gia loves her daddy. When he comes home from work, he gives her big hugs, swings her in circles, and even calls her his princess! When her daddy is called to serve his country in Iraq and Afghanistan, Gia talks to him on the computer, helps bake him cookie care packages, and waits for the day he can come home. But when her daddy finally returns from his war experiences with the wounds of a warrior, Gia and her family soon discover that even though life is different, everything is still alright. When Daddy Comes Home shares a poignant story for children of a soldiers journey to and from war as the family who loves him learns to open their hearts to change in the most positive light.
A young hippo is delighted when his father, who doesn't usually get home until his son is asleep, decides to set aside special evenings for the two of them to work together on special projects.
The deeply shocking story of a mother's neglect and a father's betrayal Sally East's heartwrenching story starts when she was only three. It was then that her father first touched her inappropriately, as he started to groom her for the future. Sally's mother, a woman who suffered from manic depression, neglected her on her 'bad days', as Sally called them. She would turn her face to the wall and ignore her small daughter. But Sally loved her mother and waited for the 'good days' to return. When she was only six, Sally's mother died. Then when Sally most needed to feel secure, safe and loved, she paid a price that nearly destroyed her: with his wife dead, Sally's father felt free to abuse his daughter whenever he wished. The conflict of wanting to be cared for by the same person who was violating her sowed the seeds of self loathing - something that would haunt her for many years to come until the death of her father. Now in a supportive relationship and with two children of her own, Sally has at last found happiness. Bestselling author Toni Maguire not only puts a voice to Sally's heart-rending story but shows the long-term damage that child abuse does.
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