David Pelzer Message Board
Brandi Williams posts on 3/9/2007 2:07:35 PM
i know you get a lot of emails, and probably cant answer them all, but i just wanted to say that i look up to you. i am in 9th grade and in English we have to write an essay on one of our role models, and i chose you. you taught me to never give up, no matter what. thank you.
Amber Golden posts on 3/8/2007 1:29:41 PM
Hi my name is Amber Golden i'm 14 years old. I love sitting on my bead and read your books.The first time i really read A child Called It, i cried for 2 hours.That kind of sad of what happened to your father. In your books you always ask yourself why your mother did this to you.Some people mothers just don't care about there children any more. My little adopted brother was abused by his mother too.
Well i love you books and i hope you right back.. Bye for know...
anmonus posts on 3/8/2007 10:10:44 AM
i am twelve years old and hate reading i belive there are better things to do with my time but this book was worth every minute i loved this book i cried because of yoiur mom just to let you know that no one deservesto grow up like that
joe posts on 3/4/2007 11:45:07 PM
I wanted to ask, what is the setting,diction,and background information for your book, The lost boy?
krystal posts on 2/16/2007 7:59:10 AM
hello my name is krystal burrows i am from the united kingdom newcastle. i was just writing in to say how fasinating your books are. i dont normally like reading books but these kind of stories i just cant put down. you have made me realise what really does go on behind closed doors thank you x
chazer posts on 2/13/2007 4:20:26 PM
dave pelzers book "My Story" was sad and followed the life of a vonrible boy
i hope he has had a btter life after going into care
Xx CHARLI xX
Callie posts on 1/31/2007 10:02:15 PM
"Child Called It" is a great book.
I couldn't put it down at all. To think someone had to go through that and then move on and have a family. If I had to go through that I would try not to wake up in the mornings, I sad enough to say this but I probably would have killed myself, having to go through that and have no one to love you. But all I have to say is your book is so very inspiring to keep going on in life even if your going through a hard time. Nothing could be as bad as what you went through.
nickie posts on 1/31/2007 1:43:49 AM
hi dave iam from toledo ohio and iam marrried to a man that was physically abused by his mother my husband has no emotions he is cold and sometimes evil he refuses to get help and i am ready to walk away but i know he loves his kids and they loved him but to him it seems as though i am just another evil women this is taring my family and home apart i know if he got help he could be diffrent i need help becuase i know if i walk away it will finish him
LaniLue315 posts on 1/11/2007 6:22:08 PM
Everytime I went to pick up the book A Child Called It, I had the sudden erge to walk away, because I knew something bad was going to happen. I always cried as soon as I started reading because every line I read, it made me think, "This poor little boy has no one to turn to." And I cried myself to sleep every night because I always thought to myself as I laid there in the dark staring at the ceiling, "What if that was me?" Until I read this book, I always thought, no one would torture their kids this way, they just wouldn't. It just couldn't. I think differently now. It's a little weird how one book, one childs story of survival, can change your whole veiw on life.
jenny posts on 12/30/2006 7:58:18 PM
hih where can i find photos of daves family when he whas a kid...i live in sweden and i doin a projekt about dave...mvh jenny
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