Book Reviews of Room to Grow: An Appetite for Life

Room to Grow: An Appetite for Life
Room to Grow An Appetite for Life
Author: Tracey Gold, Julie McCarron
ISBN-13: 9781893224667
ISBN-10: 189322466X
Publication Date: 2/2003
Pages: 192
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: New Millennium Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 1
A great book that tells how Tracey Gold slipped into anorexia nervosa and was able to battle the disease successfully.
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A very good book & one of the best memoirs from someone that suffered through anorexia. The book dealt with the problem & what she was feeling, rather than being "a how-to manual?, as most of these type books seem to be.
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This was a very fast read. I enjoyed learning about Tracy's childhood and adolescence. There is some discussion of Tracey's eating disorder, but it is somewhat minimal, and I feel like she oversimplifies it.
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Very sad for Tracey Gold to go through her lifes troubles with everyone watching and writing about it. I'm glad she has succeeded.
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Great book! It's quick but not elementary. It has pictures too, which is nice for a biography.
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A very good book & one of the best memoirs from someone that suffered through anorexia. The book dealt with the problem & what she was feeling, rather than being "a how-to manual?, as most of these type books seem to be.
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A very good book & one of the best memoirs from someone that suffered through anorexia. The book dealt with the problem & what she was feeling, rather than being "a how-to manual, as most of these type books seem to be.