Juvenile's Mission: Story Of Japanese Concentration Camp

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Descripción editorial

There are tons of poignant stories of lost children who have been thrown away by society and their families. Upon meeting people who care about them, some of them turn around. some don't. This is the story of how one turned a "snakepit" into one of the most outstanding programs in the nation for juvenile corrections. It is a story of hope, love, and deep faith in God.



The children are deprived of a childhood. Boys and girls who never cuddled on a loving mother's lap or went fishing with a father. Eventually, they end up dead or in prison. The lucky ones arrive at Camden County Youth Center, a national model for youthful offenders. They are confronted by a director who learned about "lockup" in a Japanese concentration camp. They learn to sweep the "dustfluffies" from under their beds. To keep their elbows off the table while eating. To respect others and themselves.

GÉNERO
Ciencia ficción y fantasía
PUBLICADO
2021
25 de diciembre
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
466
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Sammy Poehler
VENTAS
Oliver Morrison
TAMAÑO
971.3
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