RonSuskind isthe author of four New York Times bestsellers and the criticallyacclaimed, A Hope in the Unseen: An American Odyssey from the Inner City tothe Ivy League. His other books include, Confidence Men, The Way of theWorld, The One Percent Doctrine and The Price of Loyalty. He was the senior national affairs writer for The Wall Street Journal,where he won the Pulitzer Prize, and is currently the Senior Fellow atHarvard's Center for Ethics. He lives in Cambridge, Mass., with his wife,Cornelia Kennedy.
It was very well written and am very excited that he has written a book.
This book will help so many to better understand the struggles and choices we all face in adversity and to hopefully see the hero that we all carry inside ourselves.
Such a moving story...thank you for opening up and sharing your experience.
As someone closely connected to autistic people, this book was a great insight into what is possible and what to look for. I saw a few typos. Thankfully, not many.Published 1 day ago by Dan Holt
This book was suggested by our book club The page turners. It was our summer read before we get back together in September. Read morePublished 4 days ago by carol a coad
Powerful story... Recommended reading for everyone on the importance of building upon strengths in helping those diagnosed with autism and other learning differences maximize... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Monica K. Cochran
Easy to read and a powerful story of the dedication and love within a family raising a child with autism.Published 15 days ago by Montgomery
This passionate story of struggle and dedication by a family inspires all who read that there is always hope and always a way.....Well worth the time to read.Published 18 days ago by Jim Cater
Being an artist and animator I found this book quite moving and compelling. It is a fantastic reminder of how we can use the arts and creative expression to communicate and break... Read morePublished 18 days ago by chins01
What now feels like three lifetimes ago I spent my evenings, weekends and summers providing support to children and adults with a wide assortment of special needs. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Daniel Butcher