The sorrowful voice of a helpless child from a deprived home, where parental rights and responsibilities were denied, is dominant in this book. Sometimes children do wrong things; they start by making minor mistakes. However, with proper intervention, their negative acts can be turned to positive. If a child cries out for help, help should be rendered to him with urgency, because growing up is an emotional battle. Poverty and injustice can push a child to the edge.