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Just This Side of Normal: Glimpses Into Life with Autism

by Elizabeth K. Gerlach

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Such a wonderful book! Written by the mother of an autistic boy, this book is a wonderful way to get an insider's look at what living with a child with autism is really like... the emotions, the pain and confusion and desperation, the hope, all of it is reflected so well in this book, through short glimpses of Nicky's life as he grows up. ( )
  Heather19 | May 23, 2008 |
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"Just This Side of Normal: Glimpses Into Life with Autism" is a powerful depiction of one mother's journey toward understanding and acceptance of the profound disability that affects her son. It is a testament to how deeply we love our children and how far we are willing to go for the sake of that love. Light is light, whether is comes from the sun or from another, equally remarkable source.

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