In Bitter Chocolate, Journalist And Best-Selling Author Pinki Virani Travels Across Accessible Yet Comprehensive, Bitter Chocolate Is Written For The Young. Book review of Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse in India. Pinki Virani. Penguin Books, , pp., ISBN (pb). Many things are yet unknown to Indian child feels embarrased to tell her mom about all this what is happenning to r taught 2 trust only.
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We’ll contact you shortly. Collection delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January Very sobering and challenging book with a lot of helpful information. Retrieved from ” https: The book also includes several case studies and practical solutions on how to counter sexual abuse. Their lives change, change completely. The stories narrated are harrowing and ghastly and the appalling statistics provided might shake your faith in humanity.
Add 3 Items to Cart. Oct 30, Ronit rated it really liked it. It’s a tough read, but we can’t runaway from what’s happening around, we can’t allow emergence of a scarred generation. Account Options Sign in.
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Jun 10, Marcy rated it it was ok. Chovolate people rate this book with a 1 or 2 out of 5. But ifyour answer is ‘no’ then probablyyou know how that scream feels like. Thank you for rating this Product. Views Read Edit View history.
Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse In India
It provides condemning and shocking disclosures about men and women from middle and upper-class families who sexually abuse their children. Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: Richa Bhatnagar 24 Nov, You know how loud that scream is and how painful, right? National Library of Australia. Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional. A must-read to know what is going on around us. Those Bitter truth which would make u fall out of your chair while reading.
Nothing will change while these aspects remain. The fact that the language of this book lacks eloquence is eclipsed by its content. January Winning the War on Cancer.
New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help. Only a person of great courage and love can write on such viranl sensitive issue. It is a FREE site for readers. We are breeding incessantly and we are breaking our children. So ppl who are reading this pls note that the author’s of this book are them selves abusive and have no right to discuss or appear as experts in these matters, choclate police ppl are better and reliable.
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The second notebook describes these effects through two real-life stories of women who were betrayed as children by men of their family. Pinki virani’s book on child abuse is dark and an eye-opener. She is living a normal life.
Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse In India by Pinki Virani
From 25 December to 1 Januarythe Library’s Chocolat Rooms will be closed and no collection requests will be filled. The author has done a great job, by writing a book about an i Just completed reading, and I’m shattered.
For Pinki Virani’s outdated ‘Bitter Chocolate: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. And how these grownups will directly affect the world we create for them.
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When she returned to India after her scholarship, she worked as a reporter and went on to become India’s first woman editor of biitter evening paper. Her father owned a shop, and her mother was a teacher. You have been loggedin via facebook. To ask other readers questions about Bitter Chocolateplease sign up. Search the product to add.