''Torey Hayden deserves the kind of respect I can't give many people. She isn't just valuable, she's incredible. The world needs more like Torey Hayden.' Boston Globe
Born in Montana, USA, Torey Hayden has spent most of her adult life working with children in distress. Now living in Great Britain, she divides her time between writing and volunteer work with several British charities. Torey is author of numerous internationally best-selling books about her experiences as a special education teacher and therapist. She has also written two novels and two children's books.
Find her at www.torey-hayden.com
Heartfelt story of how people were treated in the war, which had an everlasting affect on the rest of their lives.Published 25 days ago by louise
The depth of understanding human nature Ms Hayden shows in this book is astounding. Writing often in the first person, she makes you wonder how much of the book is... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Eric
What a waste of money, this book had no real story line to it,it got slightly confussing in the end, even the begining was crapPublished 23 months ago by lacey joyce
dont like second hand books ....they were dirty and dog eared
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Disturbing, heartwarming, recommended for all who enjoy Torey Hayden's work. This is a novel, not a factual account, but is very gripping and believable.Published on 27 May 2013 by Amazon Customer