Mel Jacobs Greenhill House

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Greenhill House

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GREENHILL HOUSE is set in a Residential Treatment Center mainly housing adolescent street kids who have been designated abused, neglected and/or remanded by the courts after being apprehended for criminal behavior. Their treatment, care and recreation is entrusted to professional and line staff who struggle to rehabilitate their charges, most often a frustrating and unrewarding task, further complicated by working under a tyrannical director. The antics of GREENHILL residents are often very funny, the youngsters sometimes tear-provoking and occasionally scary. Dart, Patricia, Bobbie. June and Fatso are just some of the child population whom you will meet and may want to adopt- if you are unusually strong. You will also get a glimpse into the home-life and condition of some of their physically and mentally damaged parents and their unbearable living environments. This is also the story of sometimes long-winded psychologist Jason Rogowsky PHD, who offers a talented understanding of human psychology, Richerd Corwin MD. psychiatrist whose nickname, Rich, describes his main interest, Allison Blue, MA, a new teacher at Greenhill whose stormy romantic affair with Jason plays a major part in this book, dictatorial Donald Cheaver, residence director, depressed Dr. Seymour Rentwood, EDD, principal of the specialized school attached to the treatment center, among other well- drawn characters, including Reggie Donelly, recreation director, Jason's best friend and Janet, a delightful oppressed secretary. For those interested in the writing, you will find some exceptionally poetic passages and descriptions in this original novel to add to your enjoyment.

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Book Description iUniverse. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. 190 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.5in.GREENHILL HOUSE is set in a Residential Treatment Center mainly housing adolescent street kids who have been designated abused, neglected andor remanded by the courts after being apprehended for criminal behavior. Their treatment, care and recreation is entrusted to professional and line staff who struggle to rehabilitate their charges, most often a frustrating and unrewarding task, further complicated by working under a tyrannical director. The antics of GREENHILL residents are often very funny, the youngsters sometimes tear-provoking and occasionally scary. Dart, Patricia, Bobbie. June and Fatso are just some of the child population whom you will meet and may want to adopt- if you are unusually strong. You will also get a glimpse into the home-life and condition of some of their physically and mentally damaged parents and their unbearable living environments. This is also the story of sometimes long-winded psychologist Jason Rogowsky PHD, who offers a talented understanding of human psychology, Richerd Corwin MD. psychiatrist whose nickname, Rich, describes his main interest, Allison Blue, MA, a new teacher at Greenhill whose stormy romantic affair with Jason plays a major part in this book, dictatorial Donald Cheaver, residence director, depressed Dr. Seymour Rentwood, EDD, principal of the specialized school attached to the treatment center, among other well- drawn characters, including Reggie Donelly, recreation director, Jasons best friend and Janet, a delightful oppressed secretary. For those interested in the writing, you will find some exceptionally poetic passages and descriptions in this original novel to add to your enjoyment. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781491724965

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