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Rules by Cynthia Lord
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May 12, 11

bookshelves: children-s-lit, disability
Read in May, 2011

One of the few books I've ever read about dealing with disability--daring, hopeful, humanizing. And there are many interesting themes like borrowing another's words or speaking for the other. This theme plays out in many ways, most compellingly as the main character, Catherine, creates communication cards for a boy she meets when taking her autistic brother to therapy.

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