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I Read The Book, A Child Called "It" By: David

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I read the book, A Child Called "It" by: David Pelzer. David was put though the most unimaginable things. Such things as the stove accident where his mother put him on the top of and burn him to show him what hell fells like. The whole story, David tries to tell you what it was like in his house. David Pelzer lives a normal life, such as anyone else but when he was younger people said he had the "Prefect" life. Dave had great parents, a great home, he loved his family very much, and they loved him back.The mother would catch Dave going throw the trashcans out side and in side. But the mother didn't want him to find any food. So she was very mean and put ammonia throw out the trash so Dave wouldn't eat out of the trash. But that didn't stop Dave if your hunger not much is going to stop you. But I guess if you're hungry you don't get sick because ammonia would kill a person but not him.His mom later became a drunk, after her third child. David was a great kid, but once his mom accuses him of doing something wrong. He agrees to his punishment, even though he knew his mom is incorrect. He takes his punishment by sitting in the corner. Otherwise know as "time-out". One thing his mom does to him is not feed him for a day at a time. She teases him with food that she eats. She'll use it as her weapon.One day he stole a hot dog from the school café and someone caught him. When he got home his mother made him puke it up and then eat it again. She almost went to the extent of making Dave eat his baby brother's shit.As hard as Dave fought I could not focus mother to let go of my arm finally I fell to the floor, on my arms and knees, and tried to blow cold air on my arm its to bad your drunken fathers not here to save you she yelled. That night mother knew that my arm was broken. So she told me to sleep on the top bunk bed. The next morning she took me to the hospital. She told the doctor I fell off the top bunk bed.Then her...

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