Ghost girl The true story of a child in peril and the teacher who saved her

Torey L. Hayden

Book - 1991

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Boston : Little, Brown c1991.
Physical Description
307 p.
Main Author
Torey L. Hayden (-)
Review by Publishers Weekly Reviews

Ultimately a testament to the powers of caring and commitment, this is the story of an traumatized eight-year-old who refused to speak due to sexual abuse and possible exposure to satanic rituals. (May) Copyright 1992 Cahners Business Information.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

Documents the true story of an eight-year-old girl who had refused to talk until her teacher uncovered her horrifying family life amid satanic cultism.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Recounting her experiences with Jadie, a student in her class, a teacher describes how she persuaded Jadie to break her silence and reveal the family secrets that were plaguing her. By the author of One Child. Reprint.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Jadie never spoke. She never laughed, or cried, or uttered any sound. Despite efforts to reach her, Jadie remained locked in her own troubled world—until one remarkable teacher persuaded her to break her self-imposed silence. Nothing in all of Torey Hayden's experience could have prepared her for the shock of what Jadie told her—a story too horrendous for Torey's professional colleagues to acknowledge. Yet a little girl was living in a nightmare, and Torey Hayden responded in the only way she knew how—with courage, compassion, and dedication—demonstrating once again the tremendous power of love and the relilience of the human spirit.