More about this book:
What are some of your childhood memories? Could they be things like a special birthday party, a family trip, a reward for an achievement? Sarah had her own set of childhood memories, a boy tied to a chair, a dark leather belt, forgotten birthdays, being hungry, vacant eyes, and lost innocence. These are the memories that put dark clouds on her days, and caused her to cry out in her dreams. These are the memories of a child living a life enveloped within child abuse.
"I Love You Baby Girl", is the true story of the adversity and triumphs one girl faced as she fought against those that threatened her very survival. Cry with Sarah as her pain is described, wonder how she could survive the constant abuse, cheer her on as she fights back, and rejoice with her when she finally breaks through to freedom from a life of heartbreak.
Amazon Reviews (4.4 of 5 stars):
This is a good book with a horrific story. I applaud the author for sharing her story of triumph and perseverance. It opens the question: Why don't we protect our children and listen to them.
This is the incredible true story of a young girls early life. She was horribly abused, physically and sexually, and yet she found a way to pick herself up from that and become a full person again. If it doesn't make you feel something then you are dead inside. I think it is an important read. Be aware of the world around you and what might be going on right under your nose.