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FREE á A Small Boy's Cry Ë A heartbreaking and shocking short story from foster carer Rosie LewisToddler Charlie falls from the second floor window of his tower block home while his mother is busy shooting up in their dirty council flatLaying alone on a pile of rubbish until concerned neighbours hear him whimpering, Charlie is taken to hospital by police officers who are unable to rouse his motherWith a gash to his head, a terrified Charlie is delivered to foster carer Rosie Lewis s home As Charlie opens up about his past, a picture of the traumatic life the little boy has endured so far becomes clear A little gemI ve read a number of fostering memoirs mainly Cathy Glass, with a couple of Casey Watson s mixed in I therefore kept seeing Rosie s work popping up in my recommendation lists to read on , so I thought I would give her short stories a try I must admit to initially being quite skeptical, as I couldn t fathom how she could do justice to a child s story in such a story form However, I now realise how important these stories are to understanding fostering You don t always g A little gemI ve read a number of fostering memoirs mainly Cathy Glass, with a couple of Casey Watson s mixed in I therefore kept seeing Rosie s work popping up in my recommendation lists to read on , so I thought I would give her short stories a try I must admit to initially being quite skeptical, as I couldn t fathom how she could do justice to a child s story in such a story form However, I now realise how important these stories are to understanding fostering You don t always get the full picture as a foster carer, and stories such as these demonstrate that I ll definitely be readingof her work Beautiful childA sad story a beautiful child who attaches himself to the foster carer loving the closeness and cuddles he receives Which is something he probably had never experienced before The actual story how it is laid out is very easy to read and get into didn t want to put it down. I don t quite understand why the story is so brief, unless it s part of a series about all the children fostered by Rosie it s a lovely but sad memoir