LETTERS FROM A LITTLE GIRL ADDICT by Rae Shawn Stewart

Letters from a Little Girl Addict is Rae’s own story of a childhood without love or guidance, and a junkie father who led her to drugs, the streets, and jail at the age of twelve. She tells her story in the form of letters to a father she looked up to and admired in spite of all he did to hurt her; hers are the letters of pain and desperate loneliness, and, finally, the courage to seek help and find sobriety.

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