Just A Child

Britain's Biggest Child Abuse Scandal Exposed

Author: Sammy Woodhouse

Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Ltd.


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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Sammy Woodhouse was just 14 when she met Arshid Hussain. Ten years older, he promised to take care of her. Sammy thought she was in love, but in reality she was being groomed by a ringleader of Britain's most notorious child sex ring. Just A Child tells the heartbreaking story of how a young girl from Rotherham was abused by her drug-dealing 'boyfriend', eventually giving birth to his baby, right under the nose of the very authorities who were meant to protect her. When reality dawned and Sammy realised she was one of countless vulnerable child victims - many of whom were trafficked around the north of England - she took it upon herself to blow the whistle and save others from a similar fate. Thanks to Sammy's bravery, the gang was fully exposed, as well as the authorities that did little to help her. Her shocking account of how these events came to pass will enrage and sadden but, above all, it will offer hope and show why this must never happen again.

May I Be Just a Child?

Author: Gail C. Neal

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 20

View: 995

Children have the right to experience life through their own eyes and not through the eyes of others. In many cases adults invade the sacred innocence of children. As a result, those children are robbed of their childhood and forced into experiencing adult situations and issues. "May I Be Just A Child?" is a book written in the genre of poetry that sends a message to parents from a child who expects to be simply, a child.

Not Just a Victim: The Child as Catalyst and Witness of Contemporary Africa

Author: Sandra Evers

Publisher: BRILL


Category: Social Science

Page: 275

View: 119

Based on ethnographic research and inventive, child-oriented research methods, the current volume offers children’s perspectives on kinship, children's experiences of work, caring, disease, migration, conflict, and many other key features of contemporary life in Africa.

Just a Kid from Brooklyn

A Memoir

Author: Henry Aimer Harrison III

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 340

View: 536

“Just a Kid from Brooklyn” was initially written to provide my children and their children with a family history before it was forever lost. I also wanted to leave behind a smooth glide path through life for generations not yet born. This is my story, but it may be everyman’s story. It is a story about meeting head-on the challenges and struggles that we face every day and the choices that we make when we are faced with them. Some people use adversity as an excuse for failure—always the victim. For others, failure is an opportunity to try again; you always have another chance. My story is meant to inspire readers to exercise their inalienable right to the “pursuit of happiness,” as cited in the Declaration of Independence, whether it’s discovery, adventure, achievement, or even money.

Not Just a Shelter Kid

How Homeless Children Find Solace

Author: Melanie S. Percy

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Social Science

Page: 104

View: 403

First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Potty Train Your Child in Just One Day

Proven Secrets of the Potty Pro

Author: Teri Crane

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 304

View: 120

Finally...a fun, easy-to-use guide to potty training any child in just ONE DAY Just think, from the time babies are born until they are toilet trained, they use an average of 4,000 diapers! Potty Train Your Child in Just One Day is the helpful guide you've been waiting for to get your child out of diapers and turn the potentially terrifying process of toilet training into an effective and enjoyable bonding experience with your child. Teri guides parents to the successful one-day potty training of their child by teaching them how to: • Look for the signs that your child is ready to be potty trained • Make the potty connection by using a potty-training doll • Create incentive through consistent positive reinforcement • Use charts, quizzes, and checklists to help with every step of potty training • Know when it's time to bring in a potty pinch hitter • Complete your potty training -- no more accidents Once Teri teaches you her techniques, she shares her secret -- potty parties! She has carefully designed twelve imaginative themes for parties, such as a seriously silly circus, a cartoon character carnival, or a magic carpet express, and supplies parents with everything they will need. Teri has proven that a potty party day engages a child in potty training in a way that no other method has before -- by speaking a toddler's language. A party may translate to fun, games, cake, candy, presents, and prizes to a child, but with Teri's expertise, parents can use it as a tool to motivate their child to want to go to the bathroom -- and to keep on going. That's why it works in just one day!

Just One Child

Science and Policy in Deng's China

Author: Susan Greenhalgh

Publisher: Univ of California Press


Category: History

Page: 403

View: 976

"This is a seminal contribution to policy making as a subject of anthropological study. But to say only this would obscure the often gripping and intricate story of Chinese expert politics, where rocket scientists seized the initiative in defining historic demographic policy. Only a master ethnographer like Greenhalgh could capture it all."--George Marcus, author of Ethnography through Thick and Thin "China's 'one child' policy is often dismissed in the West as the misguided work of an alien civilization with fundamentally flawed conceptions of human rights. Greenhalgh shows how, on the contrary, it was scientific aspirations and a thirst for high-tech rationality, imported from the military to the civilian sphere, that co-produced this particular excess of planning in the post-Mao era. This is not just a devastating critique of Chinese population policy, but a thought-provoking look at the dark side of the politics of science."--Sheila Jasanoff, Harvard University "'One child.' With those two words, China launched one of the largest political, biological, and social upheavals of modern times. In a remarkably researched and thoughtful book, Susan Greenhalgh approaches this decades-long struggle armed with political science, anthropology, and science studies. The result is a book to be reckoned with in all these disciplines."--Peter L. Galison, Harvard University "This is a superb work of scholarship, fundamentally altering our knowledge of one of the most important policies ever made in the People's Republic of China, and the ways we go about knowing China. First, it is by far the most detailed study of the origins of one of the most controversial, significant, wide-ranging, and as the study makes clear, least understood decisions of the post-Mao China political system. China's one-child family policy is rarely treated with detachment, and its origins have been obscured. This book is likely to be the definitive study on their origins. Second, the mode of analysis-an ethnography of elite decision-making combined with the science studies literature and elements of theories popular in anthropology and critical studies yields insights political scientists were not likely to have come up when employing the tools of their discipline. The book thus becomes an important case for the use of such modes of analysis in and of themselves, and opens new possibilities in how policy studies in China might be done. Third, beyond the specifics of how the one-child policy came into being and the mode of analysis, the book provides broader contributions on the nature of policy-making, agenda setting, uses of rhetoric, and how elements of the political culture affect the political system in China. The overall book is exemplary in all respects."--David Bachman, University of Washington



Publisher: Trafford Publishing


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 84

View: 626

It’s a way on how to raise a child no matter what if you’ll follow the RULES and really stick with them, unless you have your own ideas you can then add them to the book too. And really stick with them.

Helping Your Child Learn Science

Author: DIANE Publishing Company

Publisher: DIANE Publishing



Page: 58

View: 553

Intended to help you make the most of your child's natural curiosity. Suggests ways you can interest your children from about 3 to 10 years old in science. Includes: basic information about science; a sampling of activities for children to do -- some alone, some with supervision -- in both the home and the community. Also includes an appendix with: practical tips to encourage schools to develop good science programs, a brief description of 9 scientific concepts and a list of recommended science books and magazines.

A Child's Journey

Like The Birth Of A Child Our Journey's Just Begun

Author: Anna C. Bradford

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Religion

Page: 142

View: 114

“A Childs Journey” is a parable of life’s journey as seen through the eyes of a child. For those that see God must come to God as little children with a childlike faith. “Like The Birth Of A Child, Our Journey’s Just Begun.” Just as the birth of a child is the beginning of new life so shall our incredible journey of faith, hope and love begin. This book will take you on an adventuous and spiritual journey. A fun filled multi resource book. Jump abroad this positive learning enviroment and early childhood developement book. Skip into this enjoyable, creative, inspirational and training guide for children. No parents, grandparents, teachers, daycare centers, prep schools, children’s churches, children’s outreaches or child care providers should be without this book. In this world we have a choice. We can be a follower or a leader. Dare to be a leader! Start your journey with the child like faith that was planted inside of you by God. Now, release that child like faith and pass it on. Begin to walk in your life long journey as seen in the eyes of an innocent child. You will leap right into creating precious moments by connecting with the incredible lives of children. Today you can start to run “A Child’s Journey“. Release The Kid Inside Of You!