Eye Contact - Cammie McGovern Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141024984 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Cammie McGovern / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2007-02-01 by Penguin
Newest Review: ... something that is nearly impossible to consider since he's not a child to hide or walk away. Besides, he and other children ... more
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For nine years, Adam has been the centre of his mother, Cara's wo ...
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by - written on 29/02/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Fiction has gone a long way in the last twenty years to highlight the problems faced by children with behavioral problems in particular those with Aspergers or on the Autism scale. While I applaud many of the writers who handle such subjects with real sensitivity I can't help but wonder whether research can take the place of first hand knowledge, so when I saw this book in the library and read a little about the author, I was both intrigued and pleased to see that the author is writing a fiction book with first hand experience. Cammie McGovern is a writer with several novels and stories to her name. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and three ... Read the complete review
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