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Count Us In: Growing Up with Down Syndrome (A Harvest Book) Paperback – Bargain Price, March 5, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
It was a hard book to sit down and read front to back because the book was structured as a series of quotes from both boys or conversations between them and their family members, and also because the way they phrase things is different from what I am used to, so I instead enjoyed reading a few chapters a day.
I was a little taken aback at some of Jason's attitudes towards women at that time, but I appreciate that he was a high school student at that time and may have matured in his viewpoints since then - I know I am very different from when I was a high-schooler! People with strong religious convictions may prefer to read this book before handing it off to their teen with DS, since the views are largely secular.
This was a valuable and unique look inside the heads of two strong young men who are working hard to be accepted and beloved contributors to society, and I am so glad they wrote this book to share their thoughts with us.
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wonderful effort to welcome down's syndrome people into the mainstream!!Published 14 months ago by bill.i.am
I tried to force myself to read this, I really did. Having a daughter with Down Syndrome, I am always looking for reads related to that subject. Read morePublished 23 months ago by KWun
I find the book to be the result of an enormous challenge. It is a window into the advancing development of two men with Downs Syndrome.Published on July 12, 2012 by P E R E R A