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Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World Paperback – October 7, 2014
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"A well written, admiring and thought-provoking portrait."--Kirkus
"Montgomery's book not only tells the powerful story of one amazing woman's life journey, but also has potential to help readers understand autistic people and animals."--Horn Book
"It isn't easy to describe how the mind of someone with autism works, but Montgomery's biography effectively breaks the disorder down for a younger audience while introducing the extraordinary life of activist Temple Grandin."--Booklist
"Lively, well-worded narrative...For librarians who struggle to find well-written biographies of women, this is a must-buy."--School Library Journal, starred review
About the Author
TEMPLE GRANDIN is one of the world’s most accomplished and well-known adults with autism. She is a professor at Colorado State University and the author of several best-selling books, which have sold more than a million copies. The HBO movie based on her life, starring Claire Danes, received seven Emmy Awards.
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Top Customer Reviews
It gives you the main events in Temple Grandin life from the little girl to the renown expert and teacher.
Despite the fact, that it won't give you all there is two know in cattle handling, it will explain in a few words and a very easy to understand way how she managed to improved cattle handling.
It gives you an insight on how hard the people may be against change, new idea and people who look different and do not master all the social skills.
I am very impressed by her stamina and the way she managed despite all the obstacles.