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Schuyler's Monster by Robert Rummel-Hudson
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May 17, 2011

really liked it
Read from May 17 to 20, 2011

After reading Robert Rummel-Hudson's blog post about the "R" word, I had to read this book about his daughter. I'm glad I did. A lot of the book deals with his insecurities as a father, his struggles to maintain his marriage while dealing with a special needs child, and his need to find a place for his daughter. What I loved about this book is Schuyler. An adorable "punk-ass princess", I fell in love with her spirit and her need to communicate by any means necessary. I feel that this book should be a must read for anyone who works with special needs families, I think it gives a valuable insight into just how important parent input is.


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05/17/2011 "Can't wait to start this one"

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