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Mummy Told Me Not to Tell: The True Story of a Troubled Boy with a Dark Secret | Paperback

Author: Cathy Glass | Format: Paperback

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  Mummy Told Me Not To Tell

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As you will see i have writtena areview for most of the books written by Cathy Glass as i am unable to put them down when i start to read them, This book touched me as i found it hard to see how any mother was able to bring children into this world and not want to love and look after them like they were Glass( sorry for the pun) i am a mother of two with a 13yr age gap and they are my world, its not just the love i give but every minute of my time is spent with them and showing them how to live life to the max, thank goodness for outstanding foster parents like Cathy Glass.

  Another Great Book

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This is the second of Cathy's books i have read what a moving story keeps you wanting to read more to the very last page if i were in care i would want to live with Cathy she is so good at what she does keep it up x

  LOVE THIS BOOK. MUST READ.

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i am 16 and i loved this book. i am quite bad at reeding so have never reely read a book the hole way through before. BUT THIS WAS AMAZING. it like pulled me in and i couldnt put it down. its got sad bits and happy bits and is very well written like you dont no whats coming but its so exciting. there are very sad bits one bit in particular nerly made me cry and it obv is a sad book based on a sad topic but it is a excellent read.

  Fantastic book!!

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Fantastic book!! I found this book by Cathy very moving. The story is sad but has a happy ending. I would really recommend it.

  brilliant

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this is the 1st book i have ever read of cathy glass, and i must say she is a brilliant writer. it shows she has a good understanding of children and is an excelent foster carer. foster carers deserve more praise than what they are given :) . i will most certainly be reading another of her books. x

  Another great book...

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I have read all of the books written by Cathy Glass to date. Like the rest, this tells a truly touching story of a little boy who has suffered abuse. The little boy is fostered by Cathy herself, while the court finds whats best for the him. It is very well written, and is one of that books that you just want to keep reading. Provides moments of happiness, yet can also bring a tear to the eye.

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