Little Girl Lost

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Simon and Schuster, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 303 pages
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She was a modern-day Shirley Temple, but at the age of nine Drew Barrymore was drinking alcohol. At ten she took up marijuana, and by twelve she began snorting cocaine. Here is her gripping, heart-wrenching story--a story of a childhood gone awry and a young woman battling to restore order to her chaotic life.
 

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User Review  - Preston.Kringle - LibraryThing

Little Girl Lost is a deep look into addiction by way of Drew Barrymore’s own experience with it. The book tells of Drew’s struggles with her family, sense of self and her use of drugs & alcohol ... Read full review

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User Review  - amyolivia - LibraryThing

Wow, did Drew Barrymore ever have problems! She wrote this book when she was just fourteen and had already been in rehab twice. It makes me respect her a little more, knowing what she overcame to get ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
23
Section 3
43
Section 4
63
Section 5
79
Section 6
97
Section 7
113
Section 8
133
Section 11
187
Section 12
203
Section 13
227
Section 14
259
Section 15
273
Section 16
289
Section 17
313
Section 18
314

Section 9
153
Section 10
167
Section 19
316
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About the author (1991)

Drew Barrymore was born in Culver City, California on February 22, 1975. She is an actress, director, and author. She has starred in numerous movies including E.T., The Wedding Singer, Ever After, Charlie's Angels, and Grey Gardens. She is the cofounder of Flower Films, Flower Beauty, and Barrymore Wines. Her book Wildflowers made the New York Times bestseller list in 2015.

Todd Gold has collaborated with numerous celebrities to write their memoirs, including Ann-Margaret, Drew Barrymore, and Sonny Bono. He is the West Coast Bureau Chief of US Weekly magazine and lives in Los Angeles, California.

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