Most people only know her as Justin Bieber's mom, but Pattie Mallette has had an incredible journey of her own. Many people have heard of her son's rags to riches triumph. Few know that she was a teen mom who had to overcome a drug and alcohol addiction. Even fewer know th... Read More
Most people only know her as Justin Bieber's mom, but Pattie Mallette has had an incredible journey of her own. Many people have heard of her son's rags to riches triumph. Few know that she was a teen mom who had to overcome a drug and alcohol addiction. Even fewer know the rest of her story.
Now, in Nowhere But Up: The Story of Justin Bieber's Mom, Pattie shares with the world the story of a girl who felt abandoned and unloved. Of a teenager who made poor choices. Of a young woman who attempted suicide and could hardly believe that God would ever care for her. Every reader will find themselves somewhere in Pattie's painful journey of redemption and they will be encouraged by her example, that what was once broken can become whole.
Pattie's story will inspire you to believe that even in the darkest of places, there's always hope. For those who feel unlovable, there's always love. And for those who believe they're a lost cause, there's always room for another chance.
Page Count: 220
- Product type: Book
- Format: Hardcover
- Release Date: Sep 18, 2012
- UPC: 9780800721893
- Height: 0.9
- Width: 6.2
- Length: 9.1
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 288
- Publish Date: Sep 18, 2012
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "BIO005000"
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- Unloved by Smiling Sally on 11/19/12
Pattie's voice presents itself loudly and clearly: most of her life, she felt unloved. Turning to alcohol, drugs, and teen "love" didn't help her. Her life continued to spiral down, down, down. She even attempted suicide! Even after she turned to God, she reverted to her old habits.
The story is told in a straightforward manner. The only caveat I have is that it's a bit wordy, but even so, it is a story worth reading.. Whether or not you're a fan of her son, once you read this true accounting, you'll be a fan of Pattie Mallette.
Thank you to Donna Hausler at Baker Publishing Group and Revell for my copy.