Publisher:Acorn Press, 2018Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Spence, NicoleDate:Created2018Summary:
"Somewhere North of Where I Was is the heart-rending story of a young girl whose childhood innocence was stolen. Retold with the reflective voice of a woman who has survived and transcended the trauma of childhood poverty, neglect and abuse, Spence's wisdom and poignant storytelling abilities, draw you into the world of a little girl whose tragic circumstances are tempered with fond family memories. One may be left to wonder how it is a child can survive and move beyond such experiences. With brazen honesty and a driving spirit of hope, perseverance and sometimes sheer stubborn will, Spence brings the reader into her world as she lived it, moving us along, pulling us apart, compelling us to continue reading. In the years of being shuffled from one alcoholic parent to another and finally into foster care, Spence becomes a little girl we cry for, love and cheer for. Spence is everybody's child."--Subject(s): Adult child abuse victims | Adult children of alcoholics | Biography | Canada | Foster children | Spence, NicoleOriginal Publisher: Charlottetown, The Acorn PressLanguage(s): EnglishISBN: 9781773660097, 1773660098Collection(s)/Series: Prairie Indigenous Ebook Collection