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Re: Curious incident--Linda


Date: Wed Jun 23 2004 - 20:55:03 PDT

I'm going to be at a lake house next week and I am TRYING to save this
book to read while I am gone. It's a foot away from me right now and it
is screaming, "READ ME!!!!" I can't wait to go on with it. I've only
read the first two chapters.
If the way the main character thinks is TRULY typical of an autistic,
it's a miracle any of them EVER learn to cope in our world. I can see
that this book is also going to have a lot to do with those coping
skills that he is tryng to grasp and put to use. I can see that it is
going to be a heartwarming, heartbreaking, entertaining, and informative
book. It's at times funny, in the next line, dead serious.

Linda Woods

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