This is an informative, well researched and very interesting book.
From there I read the chapter on dwarfism, and then finally turned to the first pages of the book and started reading the beginning!
Andrew Solomon challenges views of diversity in this in-depth book on parenting children with horizontal identities.
A true masterpiece! I've given a dozen copies of this magnificent book as gifts to all my special people!Published 6 days ago by Emily P. Kingsley
One of the best book I ever read in my life. It got me crying, holding tightly to my pillow and stayed up late at night just to finish a chapter. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Mulia
Learned SO much from this book. It changed my perspective on too many things to count. It was long, but I was never bored.Published 9 days ago by Amber
This book changed me. It is that simple. I'm a gay man with no plans or yearnings to have children and this book is all about that desire and how that love is tested when a... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Randall L. Wilson
This book was fantastic. I would never have selected it on my own. It came highly recommended. I learned so much. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Raw Banans
A must-have for parents of kids who are different from the main stream.Published 1 month ago by Sue D'Arcangelo
Reading "Far From The Tree" has changed the way I view people, especially those with horizontal identities. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Allison Baxter