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The Boy in the Cupboard

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Ig will pay a terrible price Edgar is a twelve year old boy whom nobody wants not even the staff at the residential unit where he lives Just when it seems that there might be a way of getting through to him his mother reveals a secret that changes everything innie is a teenage boy who knows exactly what his gangster father is capable. In this book Shane Dunphy shares three seperate cases he worked on during his time as a child protection worker and the things that were going on in his life during the time he was working those cases Some of the things in this book seemed to outrageous to be true but who am I to say he is lying I can't go into it without giving away some of the story so I'm just stating my opinion and leaving it at that This didn't make me dislike the book at all though The writing was good and easy to follow and did keep my interest An Amish Family Christmas unit where he lives Just when it seems that there might be a way of getting through to him his mother reveals a secret that changes everything innie is a teenage boy who knows exactly what his gangster father is capable. In this book Shane Dunphy shares three seperate cases he worked on during his time as a child protection worker and the things that were going on in his life during the time he was working those cases Some of the things in this book seemed to outrageous to be true but who am I to say he is lying I can't go into it without giving away some of the story so I'm just stating my opinion and leaving it at that This didn't make me dislike the book at all though The writing was good and easy to follow and did keep my interest

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Of of how hemakes problems disappear He also knows he has become a very big problem for his father One man's fight to give these children the future they deserveIN 15 years as a child protection worker Shane Dunphy saw children growing up in horrific situations He also saw their amazing ability to survive those unpromising beginning. I found this book very interesting as I do with nearly all books in this genre What was different about this book however was that it detailed multiple unrelated cases alongside what was happening in the author's personal life While some people do not like this as they feel it is self centred and egotistical I actually felt this made the book feel much real It showed the struggle to maintain a personal life in these types of jobs and really highlights the blurring of the lines between private and work lives that is all to real when working in these sort of jobs MacArthur: America's General (The Generals Series) up in horrific situations He also saw their amazing ability to survive those Es war einmal ein Mord unpromising beginning. I found this book very interesting as I do with nearly all books in this genre What was different about this book however was that it detailed multiple Bruder Kemal unrelated cases alongside what was happening in the author's personal life While some people do not like this as they feel it is self centred and egotistical I actually felt this made the book feel much real It showed the struggle to maintain a personal life in these types of jobs and really highlights the blurring of the lines between private and work lives that is all to real when working in these sort of jobs

Shane Dunphy â 6 review

Three heart stopping stories of children trapped by their parents' pasts Craig the little boy who can't speak English isn't allowed to use his real name and hides food around the playground afraid he'll be hungry again His parents are trying to make a fresh start but their gangland bosses are about to catch up with the family and Cra. I found this a really good book at highlighting the plight of children of abuse in Ireland It is the story of in particular 2 children but the book also tells the story of the parents of one of the boys and also a social worker's own private terrible tale too The only 'fault' should I find one would be that I found the book a bit egotisticalI am well aware of the brilliant work for children that the author has done throughout his career as a care worker but I personally just felt the book was in a way letting the reader know about all the good the author was doing which I will add again I'm not denying; rather than centering on the reason the book was written ie to highlight the plight of abused children That said it was a great book to read from a case study point of view; which I need for a course I am currently doing