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Sound Of Falling Snow: Stories of Recovery from Autism and Related…

by Annabel Stehli

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Annabel Stehli is the author of the celebrated The Sound of a Miracle, the story of her own daughter, Georgiana's experience with autism and her recovery. As a result of that book, Annabel received letters from hundreds of parents who were facing similar questions with their own children. As a result, Annabel compiled many of their stories in Dancing in the Rain which has given hope to thousands who have experienced autism in their own families. Now, many years later, Annabel has edited a new volume, Sound of Falling Snow, with stories about recovery from autism and related disorders. These stories, fourteen in all, written by parents should serve to inspire and encourage parents who may feel that they are fighting the battle alone.

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