3 edition of One Child found in the catalog.
Written in English
Clinics in Developmental Medicine
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China's One Child Policy The one-child policy in China was introduced in as an attempt to control the country's population, with each family limited to having just one child. In some districts couples were allowed to have a second child if their first-born was a girl. This is truly one of the most inspiring books I have ever read. Torey Hayden has truly raised the bar in working with children and has, in pioneer fashion, blazed new trails and set new standards. Sheila, a 6-year-old girl living in grinding poverty and raised by her single father faced some daunting odds when she entered Torey Hayden's special /5().
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One Child: The True Story of a Tormented Six-Year-Old and the Brilliant Teacher Who Reached Out Paperback – J by Torey Hayden (Author)/5(). ONE CHILD is Torey Haydens story of her attempt to tap the unbelievable capacity of this tortured child. Parts of this book the savage sexual molestation will enrage you.
Parts of this book Sheilas quiet description of her anger and fears and doubts will make you cry/5. 'One Child' is probably the most insightful book about China's brutal population-control program.
Started with a 'vital-for-development' pitch, it went on to wreck havoc in the lives of millions of Chinese and did irreplaceable damage to their sex ratio/5. The book is rife with horror stories about the human impact of the one-child policy: • Find out how China enforces the one-child policy by paying someone in the neighborhood to keep track of who has a child and if there is an "out-of-plan pregnancy." • Find out the truly horrific and violent ways the one-child policy was enforced/5().
This book is made up of stories of many people feeling the effects of the one-child policy, from parents made childless by the death of their only child, to bachelor villages, to people who courageously opposed the policy, and the rocket scientists who drew it up. One Child narrates the story of a disowned, lost girl who slowly transforms under the care of a teacher, Torey Hayden, into a blooming youngster.
It is obvious at the beginning of the novel that Sheila is a depressed girl, who is heading to the hospital soon, but under the care of the special educator, One Child book, Sheila ends up going to school : Torey Hayden.
Published inOne Child: The True Story of a Tormented Six-Year-Old and the Brilliant Teacher Who Reached Out is a memoir by child psychologist Torey Hayden. Set in the early s, the book follows Hayden’s experiences working with Shelia, a severely disturbed yet incredibly gifted little girl who is placed in Hayden’s special education class to await institutionalization.
ONE CHILD is Torey's first book and it was the first thing she ever submitted for publication. The story itself was written very quickly - only eight days from start to finish. It took only 42 days from the time she started writing ONE CHILD until she signed a contract with G.P. Putnam's Sons to publish it.
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OneChild is also a member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) % Fundraising. % Administrative. One Child is the story of a lost little girl and the extraordinary teacher who works to find her.
Sheila has been forgotten by the system, her family, and society itself. She has been shuffled between relatives and institutions before landing in Torey Hayden's secluded annex classroom.
From the bestselling author of One Child comes this amazing, true story of a mute and withdrawn seven—year—old girl and the special education teacher determined never to abandon a child in -year-old Venus Fox never spoke, never listened, never even /5().
Readers would be forgiven for thinking that the announcement, on Oct. 29,that China was changing its one-child policy would have turned this book from an account of. The One Child Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author biography and quizzes written by community members like : Torey Hayden.
"It has been a long time since you have read a book with the sheer emotional impact of One Child." —New York Times. The true story of a tormented six-year-old and the brilliant teacher who reached out. Six-year-old Sheila never spoke, she never cried, and her eyes were filled with : HarperCollins Publishers.
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Thus began the one-child policy, the world's most radical social experiment, which continues to irrevocably shape how one in six people in this world are born, live, and die. One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment by Mei Fong review – a harrowing examination of social control This moving account of the single-child policy reveals its.
One Child - Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis Torey Hayden This Study Guide consists of approximately 52 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of One Child.
Children who have endured horrific trials, although many times incredibly strong, also tend to have extremely fragile trust. I was struck strongly by just what a pervasive role this fragility plays in the real-life interactions in One Child, something I will always hold in my heart while I work with disturbed children/5(4).
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Our Books; Testimonials; Photos; Videos. In One Child, she explores its true human impact, traveling across China to meet the people who live with its consequences. Their stories reveal a dystopian reality: unauthorized second children ignored by the state, only children supporting aging parents and grandparents on their own, villages teeming with ineligible bachelors.The Sound and the Fury Mrs.
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