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Por Favor não me Tirem a Minha Bebé #2020

Por Favor n o me Tirem a Minha Beb Cathy Glass nunca tinha acolhido uma adolescente gr vida Estes casos no Reino Unido s o geralmente acompanhados por cuidadores especializados no entanto quando numa situa o de emerg ncia a coloc

  • Title: Por Favor não me Tirem a Minha Bebé
  • Author: Cathy Glass
  • ISBN: 9789722354172
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Por Favor não me Tirem a Minha Bebé By Cathy Glass, Cathy Glass nunca tinha acolhido uma adolescente gr vida Estes casos, no Reino Unido, s o geralmente acompanhados por cuidadores especializados, no entanto, quando, numa situa o de emerg ncia, a colocam em contacto com a problem tica Jade, Cathy acaba por aceitar o desafio de receb la em sua casa Por m, o comportamento de Jade revela se muito pouco consistente com o deCathy Glass nunca tinha acolhido uma adolescente gr vida Estes casos, no Reino Unido, s o geralmente acompanhados por cuidadores especializados, no entanto, quando, numa situa o de emerg ncia, a colocam em contacto com a problem tica Jade, Cathy acaba por aceitar o desafio de receb la em sua casa Por m, o comportamento de Jade revela se muito pouco consistente com o de uma futura m e que pretende, como afirma, responsabilizar se pelo beb que vai ter E pouco depois de ter dado luz uma menina saud vel, acaba por arranjar problemas com a pol cia Cathy tenta aconselh la, mas os seus esfor os pouca recetividade encontram na adolescente Cathy sabe que os servi os sociais est o a avaliar a capacidade de Jade para se ocupar da filha, e o que mais receia parece estar em vias de se concretizar tirar lhe a crian a e coloc la para ado o Como evitar aquele desenlace sendo ela t o emocionalmente imatura Ser Cathy capaz de despertar em Jade a consci ncia do muito que ela tem a perder

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    1. I just realised I hadn t written a review on this one I read some time back.Like all of Cathy Glass books you find yourself well in the middle of it all no matter what child arrives at her home.I always feel Cathy goes many steps beyond her job except being a foster parent is not a job It s a vocation in life I feel.You can once again hear Cathys expertise coming to the forefront as she deals with a pregnant girl She s not had this before, but she takes it in her stride and feels her way around [...]

    2. It was only after I requested this title that I learned Cathy Glass is the author of a dozen or similar true life stories all inspired by her experiences as a foster mother.Please Don t Take My Baby is the story of seventeen year old Jade Pregnant and homeless after one too many arguments with her mother, she enters Cathy s care on a short time placement Though an experienced foster carer, Cathy is out of her depth dealing with a rebellious teenager and when Jade s daughter is born the situatio [...]

    3. This is the heartwarming story of a dedicated foster mother who took in a troubled, rebellious pregnant teenager The placement was only supposed to be for a couple of weeks until the agency could find someone to take in the girl and her baby However, A foster family could not be found, and the baby was born while her mother was still in foster care This is a story of triumph and failure, rebellion and forgiveness It is well worth reading.

    4. I ve read most of Cathy Glass s books this one differs in the sense that it s not about a young child but a 17 year old pregnant by her 16 year old boyfriend The girl, Jade goes into care after an argument with her mother The young girl is very troubled and smokes and drinks whilst pregnant much to Cathy s horror Cathy is asked to have both Jade and her baby girl continue to stay with her after the birth Jade struggles with the responsibilities of motherhood and finds herself in a position when [...]

    5. Well I ve found my new Torey Hayden I loved this book I originally thought that Cathy Glass wrote fiction I was pleased to see that she actually writes books based on her own true life experiences I couldn t put this down This is the story of Jade, a pregnant 17 year old with no where to go Cathy reluctantly agrees to foster her, she doesn t normally take in teenagers Jade is very difficult She breaks the rules, she smokes and drinks I wouldn t be able to deal with a situation like this But Cath [...]

    6. I wasn t quite so sure about this book at first given that the situation was slightly different to many of the others in Cathy s books but I guess it s hardly surprising that I cried, enjoyed the book thoroughly and once again felt a wave of inspiration as I finished the last page.

    7. I got this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.is book totally broke my heart It was a true story, and i felt bad for both Cathy and this teenage girl Jade This actually happens all the time, but they don t get lucky enough to get put into the foster systems, or anything till it is too lateis book takes on the emotional journey of a woman named Cathy She is a foster parent for little kids, and loves what she does She has 2 kids of her own, and also having to deal with a rece [...]

    8. I received this early Yay Jade, 17, is pregnant, homeless and alone when she s brought to live with Cathy Jade is desperate to keep her baby, but little than a child herself, she struggles with the responsibilities her daughter brings.Cathy Glass doesn t normally foster teenagers, let alone pregnant ones, but she finds herself unable to refuse bringing Jade into her home Raising a teenager is quite different from anything Cathy has dealt with so far, and you can really see this from what she ri [...]

    9. I received this book from the site Edelweiss above the tree line.For those that know me, all know that a book like this is out of my normal realm of reading But when I read the blurb of this book I literally had to read it It take me a while to finally realize that the place setting was in England At first I thought some of the words were miss typed or the grammar was funny It wasn t until midway I picked up the place I am glad the ending was a happy ending because I would have felt so sad if it [...]

    10. Please Don t Take My Baby is Thought Provoking Take a pregnant teen, a reluctant foster carer who usually only takes young children, and add in the difficulties of alcohol abuse and you can prepare yourself for a pretty grim outcome Cathy Glass, however, in her telling of her experience with a 17 year old, unwed mother manages to capture your heart Told from her perspective as a foster care giver in England, Cathy manages to keep you guessing as to the outcome of this story until the final pages [...]

    11. Another of Glasses books to cross off my to read list I really do not know how she does it It takes a special kind of somebody to be a foster carer and she has all the boxes ticked Although this latest foster child stretched her to her limits This time she has to look after a teenage mum to be and later help her learn to care for her baby too Jade has numerous chances to sort her life out but can t see that having fun and being with me mates has to come second place when a baby arrives are pregn [...]

    12. I picked this book up second hand at a charity stall, the plot sounded like the usual schadenfreude that I enjoy, but after the first page it became blatently obvious as to why this drivel was donated to charity This isn t schadenfreude this is my own misery Now I m not talking plot here because let s face it pregnant teen placed in foster care pretty much sums that up It is what it says on the label, no, what I m talking about is the author.The sheer way the book is written makes it a misery to [...]

    13. This book should be given to teenage boys and girls in school to read and than there may think about having a baby.This is a story of a 17 year called Jade and her baby Courtney, Jade is homeless and has been in trouble with the police Cathy is asked to look after her till there found a mother and bay unit,Cathy takes Jade in and finds that is very different to looking after young children,Jade goes out with her mates smokes and gets drunk while she is still pregant and comes back to Cathy drunk [...]

    14. Overall, Please Don t Take My Baby is okay.It s okay to take on a boring flight or to turn to at 4am It isn t okay to take to a book club and remark on how it profoundly changed your life it won t, by the way It ll do but it s by no means brilliant and I can almost guarantee that anyone who has read it won t be too boastful of it unless they are part of the cult Though following the formula typical of this genre, it isn t hugely successful and I ve found some of Glass other books to be written i [...]

    15. I took the weekend of from reading reviews so that I could catch up with a book I was also longing to read that I had purchased a while ago I ve read every single book that Cathy Glass has written I was lucky to be able to talk to her via Internet last year and ask her a few questions.Lovely, feeling, patience and honest person Although when fostering and still to this day she has to remain confidential to her data what I admire about this lady is that she is honest and always put the best inter [...]

    16. For considering the emotive subject matter, I felt Please Don t Take My Baby fell rather flat That s not to say that it was a bad read, but it was surprisingly almost entirely without emotion I m not sure quite what it was maybe that I never really got to know or felt connected with any of the people involved or that Cathy was very restrained in expressing her own emotions understandably, for the sake of the other people involved and also perhaps for the sake of her continuing career as a foster [...]

    17. Cathy Glass had never let me down yet I love her and all her children that she foster over the year This story was a little different then the rest as Jade was an seventeen old girl who was put in care after her mother kicked her out of the house due to the fact she was pregnant She was also doing a number of thing the put her and the baby at risk The story take you not only the time with Cathy s but the up and down of doing what normal things young teenagers do for fun and excited, the relation [...]

    18. Again really impressed by another Cathy Glass book I read this book in 24 hours I was really surprised by the that Jade got to keep Courtney I half expected her to not be able to keep the baby in the end With her even trying to keep Courtney was really good but it sucked that she was getting persuaded so easy by other people The one thing I truly enjoy about reading any Cathy Glass book is that it s actually her story along with the child s story I ve always been big on true stories but what mak [...]

    19. While this is not my favourite Cathy Glass novel, I always enjoy her books Despite all she s seen how many broken children have come into her life, she is still very positive about everyone negligent or incapable parents included.This is a very realistic teen pregnancy in a culture of teen mom and 16 and pregnant plus a few other shows and celebrities The plainness some people have commented on in other reviews shocks me a little reality Tv is 90% fabricated the girls are actors, it was nice to [...]

    20. Ever since I discovered Cathy Glass, I ve tried to read as many of her books as I could and I ve enjoyed every one till now Please Don t Take My Baby was torture Weirdly, it s an interesting and emotional story, but the writing is incredibly flat and lacks any emotion I think even the author must have felt it because she goes to great lengths to describe her feelings on every page, I ve probably damaged my eyes with the number of times they rolled back into my head at the sheer tedium of it

    21. This is another typical Cathy Glass book fans will enjoy it Cathy Glass fosters children in the UK Usually she takes school age children, older than toddlers but younger than teenagers This time, however, she was asked to take in a pregnant teen just for a few nights until suitable accommodation could be found Of course, those few nights turned into many nights The teen, Jade, had her baby but was far too immature to be a mother And her story unfolds as such stories do.

    22. Yet again i have given in and read another Cathy Glass book i always say i dont enjoy them and that they are a waste of time but still i go back and read another This book was ok i guess very informative like Cathy Glass always is with her books This is one of the things that annoys me about her books We dont always need to know every detail like when she has a cup of tea etc Wasn t the worst one ive read though.

    23. I loved this book, yes it s a little different to her normal ones but the whole story was thought provoking being a mum myself I really felt for jade but the ending was good, finding out how the family was doing and how they where getting in was fantastic would definitely recommend this book to other to read, and think it would also be a good book to have teenagers read that way it might make them think twice before doing anything

    24. I have read most of cathy glasses books and this is another book that is yet another eye opener to me no realising what young girls can go threw in life this book i didnt put down either i read it from start to finish and had enjoyed reliving the whole experiance of what this young girl and the family had gone threw in life I found it emotional at the end when finding out how the family had come acrross everythkng that had happened x

    25. As I said before, this book seriously could have done with some editing I can t believe all the fluff that was allowed through to the end printing There were a few typos and unnecessary descriptions that made it aggravating to read at points Anyway, that being said, this book was okay I liked it since it had a nice ending and it was a quick book to read I didn t like it as much as the others by Cathy Glass, simply because of the needless descriptions and editing failures.

    26. Same as all others by this author True story of foster carer I find it hard to believe that this carer continues to be so naive trusting , but maybe that s how you keep doing this job It d be nice if her editor would help edit a bit so the story doesn t get so bogged down with excessive detail.

    27. Please don t take my baby, is an amazing read Cathy Glass has a style of writing that is captivating, the book is fast paced and doesn t drag like some non fiction books tend to do The struggle that Jade and Cathy both have experienced through this journey, is written in a style easy to get lost in.

    28. I love Cathy Glass books, her writting style is just beautiful This book totaly inspired me and couldn t put it down as I was really interested in the story and wanted to know I m looking forward to discover of Cathy Glass books Just a tip get your tissues ready, you will be crying throughout it

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