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From the author of Sunday Times bestsellers One Child and Beautiful Girl comes a heartbreaking story of a boy trapped in silence and the teacher who rescued him.

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Type Non-Fiction
Genre Biography
Title The Silent Boy
Author Torey L. Hayden
All Authors Torey L. Hayden
EAN 9780007218639
Publisher Harper Element
ISBN 000721863X

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