Review of: Far From the TreePublished in: APT321
When you find out that you have a baby with Down Syndrome, documentation is essential. The chapter in this volume can be a good source for you to begin to understand and love diversity.
The stories and insights are compelling, and the internal shifts prompted by reading this book make it a must-read, not just for every special educator but for all people that work with children and families.
É uma mensagem bastante simples e óbvia, mas também profunda, e nos confronta às opiniões e às ideias pré-concebidas que carregamos sem nos darmos conta.
Keep it by your side, dip in and out, and you will be richly rewarded over and again.
Some 30 travel pieces, in prose sparkling with insight, describe “places in the throes of transformation.”
I was reading the introduction to this book while Theresa May was telling the Tory Party conference: “If you believe you’re a citizen of the world, you’re a citizen of nowhere.” Andrew Solomon would argue otherwise.