Follow the adventures of a boy who is hurt so badly he turns himself into a stone. Child abuse is a stone thrown into the pond of a child's body, mind, and spirit. When abuse is left un-treated, resulting problems can chase a child into adulthood. Please fight abuse in any way that you can....
|Title||:||the boy that was a stone|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
the boy that was a stone Reviews
Turn to stoneThis book would be good for a loving parent to share with his/her child that may be suffering from low self-esteem. It would also be appropriate for an adopted child.
This book is all about truth. It is painful, yet simply sweet. Each page is illustrated like a cartoon that expresses the author’s feelings. I would highly suggest it for kids, or adults who have suffered abuse by “Big People”.To quote the author, “Child abuse is a stone thrown into the pond of a child’s body, mind, and spirit.”The topic of abuse is difficult to talk about. This book is a perfect ice-breaker, or more appropriate, stone-breaker for broaching the topic. If you read the author’s biography, it is obvious Cedric Nye knows the subject well. He also writes a zombie apocalypse series which empowers victims. Though he may seem hard as a rock, this gentleman is extremely creative in writing and poetry, a warrior poet.Obviously, a boy can’t really turn into a stone. And zombies don’t exist. But monsters do. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from reading books by this author, it’s that anyone can “take back” what has been taken from them. The little boy who was a stone did just that.PS... While posting this review at Amazon, I noticed -- next to the voting buttons -- the words "report abuse". The first thing that came to my mind was, yeah, report abuse. This book has raised my awareness :)