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My respect and total admiration for this formidable Woman of Substance and her family...
I was fascinated to hear more about her experiences of living with autistic people and raising her children, and it really helped me to understand how difficult this must be at times.
The book is well written, and her passion comes across on every page.
I'm glad I read it, and I think I will remember this story to encourage me to battle on when all the doors seem to be closed.
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Fantastic book of a mother's unending love and devotion and of her motivation and determination to be 'heard'.Published 9 months ago by Susie
Amazing book, brilliant to hear about her life and her boys.Published 24 months ago by Romany Shairp
very informative brought a tear to my eye wish there were more people like these around to help with our battlesPublished on 30 Nov. 2014 by C. Bramble
Everyone needs to read this book to understand what parents of autistic children go through. Anne is an inspiration to us all. Read morePublished on 22 Aug. 2014 by dave key
An inspirational lady. Despite not being a professional writer she has done a fantastic job of telling her incredible story whilst also making the booking educational with regards... Read morePublished on 18 July 2014 by Amazon Customer
Anna Kennedy could not find a school for statistic sons so she had to open one! With support from friends and family she has opened a school, college and other services to give her... Read morePublished on 8 July 2014 by Steve Clark
I don't like the word stupid in the title. It is disrespectful to people with mental impairment and suggests a view that autism is a more prestigious form of abnormality.Published on 20 May 2014 by John B. Price
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