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David Pelzer was born in California. He survived what is reported to be the third worst case of child abuse in California state history.
The victims of the other two cases are dead. At the age 12, Pelzer’s teachers risked their careers to notify the authorities and saved his life.
He was removed from his home and his abusive mother, and made a ward of the court. He was placed in foster care until he enlisted in the U. Air Force at age Pelzer’s has received personal commendations from Presidents Reagan, Bush, and Clinton.
El Nino Sin Nombre [The Child Without a Name]
Inhe was the recipient of the J. He also carried the coveted Centennial flame for the Olympics. Pelzer is one of the only authors to have four books simultaneously on the New York Times Best Sellers List and the dvaid author to have three books simultaneously on this list in trade paperback.
He is also the only author to have four 1 International Best Sellers. Pelzer offers programs for corporate groups, human services, and youth-at-risk.
El Niño sin nombre: una historia real de maltrato – Dave Pelzer – Google Libros
He has had experience as a: This book chronicles the unforgettable account of one of the most severe child abuse cases in California history. It is the story of Dave Pelzer, who was brutally beaten and starved by his emotionally unstable, alcoholic mother: He had to learn how to play his mother’s games in order to survive because she no longer considered him a son, but a slave; and no longer a boy, but onmbre “it.
When his mother allowed him the luxury of food, it was nothing more than spoiled scraps that even the dogs refused to eat. The outside world knew nothing of his living nightmare.
He had nothing or no one to turn to, but his dreams kept him alive–dreams of someone taking care of him, loving him and calling him their son.