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The Privilege of Youth: A Teenager's Story
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  • Title: The Privilege of Youth: A Teenager's Story
  • Author: Dave Pelzer
  • ISBN: 9780452286290
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback

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The Privilege of Youth: A Teenager's Story

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  1. Mrs Johnnie Tatesays:

    Started this book without reading the preceeding ones Paused one page in and considered if this book would be to difficult or arouse to many memories within myself Taking a deep breath I read on and oh so glad I did Pelzer was able to communicate the difficult aquardness of teenage hood, the desparation to be accepted Once finished the book I cheered that he d manage to find in his teens what took me well into my 30 s to establish Is he a pulizer prize author I think not He IS an author for the [...]

  2. Trisnosays:

    Dave Pelzer yang merupakan pemeran utama sekaligus pengarang buku ini, menceritakan sendiri bagaimana perjalan hidupnya untuk diterima dilingkungan lingkungan barunya Ya, dia seorang anak asuh yang harus pindah dari satu rumah ke rumah lain Bagaimana dia mempertahankan diri untuk tidak terikat ke satu keluarga dan berusaha menyesuaikan diri di lingkungan barunya adalah topik utama dalam ceritanya ini.Pesan pesan atau petuah yang disampaikan oleh orang orang yang lambat laun menerima Dave di sebu [...]

  3. Kathy Hiestersays:

    This book is a great encouraging story about a young man who triumphs ove life difficulties This book will provide you with the feeling that all things are possible and that no matter what is going on in your life, someone else has it tougher, and someone else has survived worse In this case it is Dave who has survived worst things than most people It inspires you because he talks about his struggles and that no matter how hard life gets for him, he will be successful He truly proves that if you [...]

  4. Myndisays:

    I read this book after The Lost Boy so as to read the story of Dave Pelzer s life in a chronological order I enjoyed hearing about the true friendships he made as a teenager after having such a rough start in life and always feeling like he wasn t good enough I enjoyed hearing about his wife and son Of course the book was heartbreaking as well, but I don t like to give spoilers, so be prepared for some sadness amidst all the teenage shenannigans I m really glad that I picked up A Child Called I [...]

  5. Christinasays:

    The book is educational to those in the educational and social work field, its helps a teacher or social worker to understand how a youth may act on order to get acceptance from his peers It also helps from the standpoint of how a child feels when being bullied at school I find all of Dave Pelzer s book to be inspirational This child endured so much than any child should ever have to and then instead of breaking, had made such an impact on many people around the world Dave Pelzer is defintely a [...]

  6. Conner Holtrustsays:

    Such a powerful book Love these books

  7. Courtney M.says:

    David Pelzer has experienced a truly extraordinary life He nearly died several times by the hands of his mentally disturbed alcoholic mother.Years later, it was found that his case of child abuse was one of the most gruesome and extreme case that has ever taken place in California This book, The Privilege of Youth , was not about his abusive childhood years, but about him trying to relive the years he lost while trying to become an adult.I gave this book a rating of three stars In some parts I f [...]

  8. Kelsey Dsays:

    The author Dave Pelzer went through a tough childhood with his mentally disturbed alcoholic mother abusing him Later it was found out to be one of the worst cases of child abuse in the state of California But this book was mostly about him growing up in out of foster homes and trying to fit in like a normal high school student Some people would say he lived a truly extraordinary life and now sharing his inspirational stories with the world in his books like The Privlage Youth.Throughout the book [...]

  9. Imani Vellonsays:

    Dave Pelzer writes as a man about his experiences in Foster care, and about the struggles he had to face while growing up in his shoes The purpose of the book was no secret He wants to change the world and as an adult he is doing everything in his power to make sure child abuse stops The way the book is formatted wasn t the best with the topic being so mature I expected the word choice to be advanced The sentences are short and clear there is not much of an underlying theme or a story plot The [...]

  10. Michellesays:

    I am currently reading The Privilage Of Youth by Dave Pelzer The Privilage Of Youth Dave Pelzer Memoir 230 pages From A Child Called It to The Lost Boy, from A Man Named Dave to Help Yourself, Dave Pelzer s inspirational books have helped countless others triumph over hardship and misfortune In The Privilege of Youth, he shares the missing chapter of his life as a boy on the threshold of adulthood With sensitivity and insight, he recounts the relentless taunting he endured from bullies but he al [...]

  11. Merysays:

    Ini buku ke empatnya Dave Pelzer Waktu di buku 3 kan memang sudah berakhir, dan di buku 4 ini flashback ke masa2 Dave berusia 17tahunan.Sekali lagi sosok muda Dave buat aku kagum.walau dia termasuk pemuda yang nakal tapi semangat mandiri nya bikin aku seneng.dia menyukai tantangan, dia menyukai kebebasan dan keluarga asuhnya pun menyayangi dia.dia juga mempunyai teman teman yang kompak yang selalu bersamanya

  12. Erikasays:

    This was OK It sounded like the author just threw it together while he was on the road and doing other things Almost like it was obligatory The only sections that were truly exciting were those where he described his daredevil stunts in slow motion There were a few of these, and that is where this author shines.

  13. Angiesays:

    If you have read any of Dave Pelzers books, you will want to read them all You will feel attached to him immediately and have to know what became of him This book answers questions Read the books in order.

  14. Jennifersays:

    If you ve read A Child Called It , The Lost Boy , and A Man Named Dave but you have yet to read this one I encourage you to do so.

  15. Lisa Stanzyksays:

    we get to know him as a teenager and of all the stuff that happened to him them

  16. Jamie Brookssays:

    I feel that I now know everything there is to know about Dave Pelzer s life I have read every book he has ever written and I find all of them equally as fascinating.

  17. Heidisays:

    Shocking and confronting as are all his books However, you can t help but feel happy after reading it.

  18. Allyson Maclaysays:

    It was really enjoyable to see how a few people can really change the way someone views life

  19. Lovesays:

    Loved this bookI have read all Dave Pelzers books and liked them all Thought it was nice to see so many follow ups with A Child Called IT To see the effects on a life from that kind of abuse.

  20. Chysays:

    This is Pelzer s memoir of life in the neighborhood where he spent his teenage years There are the usual antics he and his friends get into and there are some great people to get to know in the land of adults What sets this apart is Pelzer s position as a foster kid, coming out of a series of foster homes after being taken from his abusive mother It s great because he s so normal for a teenage kid Or, at least, he wants to be Nobody s actually normal At the beginning and in every bit of text per [...]

  21. Michelle Wongsays:

    Have you ever faced hunger when there is food in the refrigerator Loneliness when you even have a family Or even homeless when you do have a home Well Dave Pelzer had faced through that horrible, unpleasant moments every single day he woke up in the garage with the newspaper twisted in his body because he did not have a blanket Because his dramatic and diavolic mother considered Dave no longer as a son, but as an slave, an object, an nothing Dave had lived in a large amount foster care homes He [...]

  22. Aimee O'Donnellsays:

    The novel I chose for this quarter is, The Privilege of Youth , by Dave Pelzer This is based off of a true story and an experience that Dave went through as a young child The purpose of this story was to inform the readers about his horrific childhood, and what it was like to be beaten so young and horribly by his own mother Not only does he tell the story from his past childhood, but he also explains where he ended up after he was saved and where he is now Dave wanted to let everyone know that [...]

  23. Haileesays:

    I think that Dave Pelzer s purpose of writing this book was to inform teenagers on someone else s view of life In the book Pelzer describes the life of a teenager who has gone from foster home to foster home The teen in the book has had some hard times and a very different life than most teens I think that Pelzer wanted the reader to see a different outlook on life, and he accomplished that.I think that the theme of this book is that life will get better at some point, that once you hit rock bot [...]

  24. Dani Sakachsays:

    The non fiction novel, The Privilege of Youth A Teenager s Story by Dave Pelezer was definitely written to inform and to entertain He is telling the story of his childhood abuse and neglect, then talking about how it effects his still to this day He often times refers back to his childhood through the story He has written four books on the sugject of his abuse now, and certainly knows how to cut derectly to the core In his books, he talks about not only overcoming the obsticles of his past, but [...]

  25. Michaelsays:

    For my book report, I read the book called The Privilege of Youth by Dave Pelzer, the same author that wrote A Child Called It and The Lost Boy This book is a continuation of his other books in the series where he talks about his life, and how complicated it was for him as a kid This book talks about his life as he is growing up into being an adult, and the struggles he had to face, like bullies The purpose of this book is to explain the difficulties he went through in his life, and to prove to [...]

  26. Rose - ISBsays:

    If you have read A Child Called It which is mostly about Dave being abused by his biological mother when he was at a young age, this book is a continuation of his story of him in his teenage years going through things a teenager would normally go through For example bullying, looking for acceptance, having relationships with the opposite sex, making money, college, goofing off with friends, etc In this book, Dave also talks about his experience of finally finding a place where he truly felt he b [...]

  27. Ellensays:

    Still living in foster homes, being bullied at school and trying to put his tortured past behind him, teen aged Dave Pelzer suddenly finds himself living in a neighborhood that will come to mean home to him in so many ways Dave meets and befriends 2 boys, David and Paul, and the 3 share many typical boyhood adventures some of which are just plain dangerous Although Dave loves his 2 new best friends it is the adult males in the neighborhood that Dave clings to Never really getting to know his bio [...]

  28. Mayasays:

    The book The privilege of Youth was a very sad story Especially because it is based on a true story I chose this book because I have read his other books A child called it and A man named Dave It is very sad how a mother can treat her son so wrong Parents that treat there children that way shouls not have become a parent In this book Dave is a teenager The plot is about a teenager named Dve who is a fodter child He moves a lot from foster home to foster home and doesnt really have friends So he [...]

  29. Logansays:

    Dave Pelzer s purpose of writing this book was to let teens know about the life of someone else In the book he tells the life of a teenager who has changed foster homes many times The teen in the book has had hard times and a different life than most teens I think that he wanted to show a different outlook on life.I think the theme of this book is that life can get better at some point once you hit the lowest level the only place you can go is up Pelzer had a hard life He describes the first fri [...]

  30. Louisesays:

    More than six million readers can attest to the heartbreak and courage of Dave Pelzer s story of growing up in an abusive home From A Child Called It to The Lost Boy , from A Man Named Dave to Help Yourself , his inspirational books have helped countless others triumph over hardship and misfortune.Now this former lost boy who defeated insurmountable odds to emerge whole and happy at last takes us on his incredible odyssey toward healing and forgiveness In The Privilege of Youth , Pelzer supplies [...]

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