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  • A Baby's Cry
  • Cathy Glass
  • en
  • 13 September 2017
  • 9780007445707

10 thoughts on “A Baby's Cry

  1. says:

    Not convinced this is as true as she says simply changing a child's name in no way complies with the very strict confidentiality regulations of social services It's a well told story though and very easy to read Bit too descriptive in parts do we really need a whole page giving a step by step guide on how she reached a cot out of her loft??

  2. says:

    I uite enjoyed this book but it was so ridiculously detailed at times I opened the cupboard door reached in took out the pole that I used for opening the loft I went up the stairs carrying the pole and opened the loft hatch using the pole to unlock the hatch I pushed the door open and reached for the light I went around the house collecting the toys I picked up a soft elephant behind the cushion I found a ra

  3. says:

    This was the most boring book that I have read by Cathy Glass I was expecting some shocking twist but it was just a long winded drawn out tale of fostering a baby Yawn The writing was tedious and over descriptive ex I reached for the bottles sterilized them and then filled them with milk and then I fed him after that I burped him and then ch

  4. says:

    The concept of the book was good and sounded interesting The author has listed way to many details I don't need to know exactly what is packed in a baby's diaper bag every time the baby is brought for a stroller ride

  5. says:

    Overall I enjoyed the book especially re living having a baby in your life Although at times I found it over descriptive in the mundane of life such as description over putting things away or what went in the bag

  6. says:

    I'm glad I only paid 99 cents for this I continued to read it to see what the secret was that caused the mother to give up her baby All the danger went away easily With all the excessive details It was like reading the log she kept on each foster child

  7. says:

    Badly in need of an editorInteresting story It was way too wordy and detailed almost like a diary between 2 covers An editor could ha

  8. says:

    Hmmm A ok story but it dragged a bit and was a bit tedious as a previous reviewer said in all the unnessesary detail I was hoping for a few twists or surprises but there weren't any

  9. says:

    Compared to other Cathy Glass books this is the weakest of the ones I've read so far It felt like at times she was just padding out the story Not enjoyable

  10. says:

    The preview way oversells this book as a compelling mystery of sorts I'm not sure why the author felt the need to share so many mandate details throughout the book Disappointing

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A Baby's Cry

Harrison although they know that inevitably he will eventually be adopted But when a woman Cathy doesn't know starts appearing in the street outside her house acting suspiciously Cathy fears for her own family's safety and demands some answers from Harrison's social worker The social worker tells Cathy a little but what she says is very disturbing How is this woman connected to Harrison and can she answer the uestions that will affect Harrison's whole lif. Compared to other Cathy Glass books this is the weakest of the ones I ve read so far It felt like at times she was just padding out the story Not enjoyable

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What could cause a mother to believe that giving away her newborn baby is her only option Cathy Glass is about to find out From the author of Damaged comes a harrowing and moving memoir about tiny Harrison left in Cathy's care and the potentially fatal family secret of his beginnings When Cathy is first asked to foster one day old Harrison her only concern is if she will remember how to look after a baby But upon collecting Harrison from the hospital Cath. Not convinced this is as true as she says simply changing a child s name in no way complies with the very strict confidentiality regulations of social services It s a well told story though and very easy to read Bit too descriptive in parts do we really need a whole page giving a step by step guide on how she reached a cot out of her loft

review A Baby's Cry

Y realizes she has to worry than she thought when she discovers that his background is shrouded in secrecy She isn't told why Harrison is in foster care and his social worker says only a few are aware of his very existence and if his whereabouts became known his life and that of his parents could be in danger Cathy tries to put her worries aside as she looks after Harrison a beautiful baby who is alert and engaging Cathy and her children uickly bond with. Overall I enjoyed the book especially re living having a baby in your life Although at times I found it over descriptive in the mundane of life such as description over putting things away or what went in the bag