86th out of 383 books — 332 voters
Traveling Blind - Life Lessons from Unlikely Teachers
by Laura Fogg
"I loaded up my huge pink ford with materials pillaged from the storeroom, borrowed a map of the county so I could find my scattered students, and set out to become a real teacher." In her remarkable memoir, Laura Fogg shares the unique life lessons she learned from the children she's worked with as a teacher of the visually impaired; lessons on patience, hope, doubt, loss...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by Unknown
(first published 2007)
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Books that Embody an Artistic Expression of the Disability Experience.
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First I have to say, I am Laura's publisher. But I published this book because Laura's memoir is beautifully written and compelling. This is an inspiring book, that shares what she learned from her years teaching children with vision impairments, but not once does it reduce any child into a person of pity. I highly recommend this book.