Published October 1, 2002
by Perigee Trade .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
Jun 18, · I Am Somebody's Child: The Regina Louise Story (77) 1h 27min I'm ordering the book just to have to share maybe with another someone who struggles with loving others and being accepted. The acting in this movie is so good and of course being a true story gives it so much life. I know not everyone has a happy ending and may still. Aug 31, · Somebody's Child book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. I am the author of two mystery novels, SOMEBODY ELSE'S CHILD and BLOOD WILL TELL. The former won Anthony and Chester Himes awards. I started my writing career by killing off people in my Theresa Galloway mystery series. A confession: I had a hard time killing my first character, the kind, elderly, Mrs. Turner in SOMEBODY ELSE'S CHILD/5. Dec 29, · Never before has the voice of an abandoned child been so perfectly rendered, intimately captured, and lovingly portrayed. With Somebody's Someone, Regina Louise emerges as an extraordinarily gifted writer whose voice is filled with raw emotion, shocking honesty, and pure lyricism/5(59).
Apr 20, · Based on author and motivational speaker, Regina Louise’s books, Somebody’s Someone and Someone has Led this Child to Believe, the movie stars Ginnifer Goodwin and newcomer Angela Fairley (who Author: Candace Ganger. Jun 12, · Somebody's Someone book. Read 38 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. What happens to a child when her own parents reject her and sit 4/5. Apr 20, · Directed by Janice Cooke. With Ginnifer Goodwin, Angela Fairley, Sherri Saum, Monique Coleman. Regina Louise, an abandoned black child, is placed in a home where she demonstrates anger issues. Jeanne Kerr, a white counselor, empathizes with her and they form a bond which leads to a petition for adoption. The home's director, a black woman, informs her that she will fight the petition /10(). Mar 01, · SOMEBODY'S SOMEONE: A MEMOIR by Regina Louise is the story of Regina Ollison told through the voice of a young Regina, age ten through fifteen. We hear first hand the account of her life as a foster child in Texas, North Carolina and finally California.5/5(6).
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