4 edition of I/m Here to Tell You! found in the catalog.
July 6, 2006
by Trafford Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
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When I read "Tell Me I'm Here", I had only just begun to suffer from psychosis myself. Reading this book helped me come to I/m Here to Tell You!
book with my own descent into madness, and helped me discover that I could still be loved in spite of living with a very misunderstood mental illness. This book ultimately gave me hope and the courage to accept an illness 5/5(9). Tell Me I'm Here is the heartbreaking, true story of a mother's battle as she watchers her son, Jonathan, a bright boy, spiral into the darkness of schizophrenia in a world where mental illnesses were stigmatised and mothers blamed as the cause.
It's a book that will change your life and open your eyes to the world no one, really, talks about/5. Peter H. Reynolds is the bestselling author and illustrator of I’m Here, The Dot, and Ish; and illustrator for the #1 New York Times bestseller Someday by Alison McGhee.
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First published inthis book has become a classic, and is as moving and as relevant today as it ever was. This edition has been updated with a new Foreword from the author 4/5(6).
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Tell the world I'm here, to show you, show you that I am sincere Tell the world I'm here There is a place for everyone, and here is where I belong I have searched and I have found, and this is what I have become All the world is waiting just for me, and things will never be the same again Tell the world I'm here, to change it Tell the world I'm.
Tell Me I"m Here is a multi-genre text; it is written as a narrative, with an expository function. The author, Anne Deveson, takes this approach in order to achieve her two objectives, to educate the reader about schizophrenia and to tell Jonathan's story.
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