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Schuyler's Monster by Robert Rummel-Hudson
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Apr 08, 2009

it was amazing
Read in April, 2009

I just started this book a couple of days ago. My wonderful sister-in-law let me borrow it. I am really enjoying it so far. disorders fasinate me. I know that is weird and possibly sad. but I find it interesting. I can't imagine what is that must be like is have a "special needs" child. I know Rob (the author) does not like that title. I will update you with more when I am finished.

ok so I finished. It was wonderful..the child, the parents, the teachers in the Plano ISD, and the love the dad had for his daughter. I really enjoyed it. It was easy to read but brought attention to many things I had never thought of before. Such as whom to go to for help as a parent of a child with special needs etc. I would recommend this book to anyone especially anyone with children or who work with children.
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