The Best Little Girl in the World

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Paw Prints, Jul 10, 2008 - Self-Help - 240 pages
9 Reviews
Teenager Francesca Deitrich feels too fat, giving into the pressures of her ballet teacher and the pencil-thin models in the media, in a revealing story about a "perfect" little girl suffering from the destructive obsession of anorexia nervosa. Reprint.

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Review: The Best Little Girl in the World

User Review  - Hazel McHaffie - Goodreads

It's written by Steven Levenkron,an expert in USA and as such has an extra degree of authority and perceptiveness. Francesca is in her teens, so emaciated that she's admitted to hospital. The usual ... Read full review

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User Review  - magicmau5 - Goodreads

I hate this book because it is written by a man who doesn't know anything about the experience of having an eating disorder. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Steven Levenkron is a psychotherapist in private practice & the best-selling author of "The Best Little Girl in the World". He lives in New York.

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