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 must-have for parents of kids who are different from the main stream.Published 3 days ago by Sue D'Arcangelo
Reading "Far From The Tree" has changed the way I view people, especially those with horizontal identities. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Allison Baxter
This is not light reading, but engrossing and enlightening, to say the least. Highly recommended.Published 15 days ago by morgan
Tons of material, fairly comprehensive. Discusses difficult topics, therefore it was depressing a lot of the time. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Kimberly Smith
A fascinating and articulate compilation of work. Solomon's work here is important, well written, and relevant to everyone... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Loni Beyer
A good book written by an erudite obsessive compulsive genius. It needs a good editor.Published 20 days ago by Tonin
A great deal of information but presented clearly and extremely well. It's nice to be able to pick a subject and then read the chapter, so if not a brainiac you still can become... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Beamer