About this book
Since she was a baby, January has kept her parents on their toes: as a newborn she only slept for 20 minutes at a time and as a 3-year-old she had hundreds of imaginary friends. But when her brother was born, January became increasingly violent and her parents were forced to live in separate houses to keep him safe. This is a father's unflinchingly honest account of parenting a child diagnosed with one of the must acute cases of child-onset schizophrenia doctors have ever seen.
A harrowing memoir from the father of a seven-year-old girl diagnosed with child-onset schizophrenia.
|Hardie Grant Books|