Neglect, fear, maltreatment and racial discrimination are all issues Rosie Childs has had to deal with, growing up in a white council estate as the only black girl, living proof of her mother's infidelity.
Rosie Childs was born in the Page Moss area of Liverpool in the 1950s and spent time in a children's home, with foster parents and in a series of psychiatric institutions after a breakdown. Today, she has come to terms with her childhood and is confident, positive and truly happy.
""Riveting." --"Kirkus Reviews