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A New York City social worker recounts heart-wrencing and desparate cases on the front line of the battle to help abused children.  The author selects eight cases to illustrate how extremes of child abuse happen at the hands of both the caretaker (parent) and the faulty systems we have created to help the victims . It will raise the hair on the back of your neck.  Softbound, virtually new.

Parent, M (1996)Turning Stones:Days & Nights with Children At Risk

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