The Saddest Girl in the World
by Cathy Glass
Editor: HarperCollins Publishers
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The Sunday Times and the New York Times best-seller best-selling author of Endommagé tells the true story of Donna, who came to foster family when she was ten years old, abused, victimized and rejected by her family.Donna had been in foster care with her two younger brothers for three weeks when she was suddenly moved to Cathy.When Donna arrives she is silent, the retreat and walks with her shoulders leaning forward and her head down.Donna is clearly a very haunted child and refuses to interact with Cathy Adrian children and Paula children.After Cathy’s patience and encouragement, Donna slowly begins to talk and tells Cathy that she accuses herself and her brothers of being placed in care.Social services are aware that Donna and her brothers had been neglected by their alcoholic mother, but no one understood the extent of the abuse, they were forced to suffer.The truth of physics tormented her was put by slowly emerging, and Donna pushes to trust Cathy, she tells how her mother used to make her wash herself with woollen thread, so she could get rid of her skin color as her mother was so ashamed that Donna was of mixed race.The psychological wounds caused by bullying, she also began to resurface when Donna began to replay the means she was treated at home by hitting and bullying Paula, so much so that Cathy can’t leave Donna out of her sight.As the pressure begins to build up on Cathy to help this child, things start to get worse and Donna starts acting capricious, messing up her bedroom and being abusive to Cathy’s children on a regular basis.Cathy begins to wonder if she can find a way to help this child or if Donna scars run too deep.
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