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Dave Pelzer's Life Lessons

From a Man Who Knows

by Dave Pelzer

Category: Home, Family & Health / Self Help & Practical Interests
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 7 October 2002
Number of pages: 128

Description:
Inspiring pocket guide to life from a man who knows. Dave Pelzer, the bestselling author of A Child Called It, The Lost Boy, A Man Named Dave and Help Yourself, shows how to find hope, courage and happiness in difficult times. Dave Pelzer's case of child abuse was one of the worst recorded cases in US history. Yet he was able to rise above these horrific circumstances and become who he wanted to be. How was it possible for him to overcome such insurmountable odds? In this little book, Dave Pelzer gives advice on how to survive difficulty and change your life, bringing hope and help for everyone when times are tough. Dave Pelzer willed himself to overcome the worst life had to offer and became the best he could be. Published for the first time for the gift market, in Dave Pelzer's Life Lessons, he shares the principles he has discovered on how to survive difficulty and embrace challenges as an opportunity for growth.

What the papers say:
'Pelzer's unyielding determination inspires us all. He is a living example that all of us have the capability to better ourselves no matter what the odds.' JACK CANFIELD, CO-AUTHOR OF CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL 'What has made Dave Pelzer's story a bestseller is that it is a story of redemption. It is a story where love, kindness, patience and endurance triumph.' DAILY MAIL

Author's Biography:
Author of the bestselling A Child Called It , The Lost Boy, A Man Named Dave and Help Yourself. In 1994 Dave was selected as one of the Outstanding Young Persons of the World for his efforts including child abuse awareness and prevention, as well as for instilling resilience in others.

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