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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!
Solomon gives us the best researched view of children whose identities are far different from their parents.
Scholarly but dry--had trouble concentrating on it. Will give it another try eventually.Published 1 day ago by Jeanette Iten
He makes the points well and early, but then, for me, carries on with somewhat wordy support. He was excellent on a recent radio interview.Published 1 day ago by michael h moreny
We all think we're alone when things don't go "right," especially when it comes to our children. Read morePublished 7 days ago by S. Cherkas
This book has put into perspective what children with disabilities face and, mostly, the courage, stoicism and activism that their parents display. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Ann Roux
Andrew Solomon challenges views of diversity in this in-depth book on parenting children with horizontal identities. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Julie Tait
Just finished and my cheeks still wet with tears. Not tears of sadness, but tears of gratitude for the gift of this book. Read morePublished 15 days ago by K.C.
I read this book several months ago and got more than halfway through. I may finish it someday or may not. Read morePublished 16 days ago by D. Davis