If you are looking for a book to keep you reading after you have eaten your Holiday feast, And Still Daddy's Girl is just the novel to grab a creamy cappachino with and relax infront of the fireplace.
This book is birthed out of an idea of loneliness, deprivation of childhood innocence, and hopelessness in the hands of poverty. All across the globe news of young girls going into prostitution, trafficking and jail is written about in articles, but the problem has gotten worse, because the judicial system is about the legal process more than eradicating trafficking. What happens when one little girl grows up in the system to give back?
Join me in discussing this book, and the issues of poverty and trafficking.
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