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Not Even Wrong

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2005

    mother of a special 4 year old son

    This book is fascinating and positive yet realistic. It is reasuring to me, during particularly trying times with my son, to see that he may share a 'mental disorder' with some of the greater minds of our time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2004

    Amazing!

    Just wanted to reccomend this book to anyone so inclined to read it. This story has amazing insight into the world of an autism. Once I started this book I believe I read half of the book before I had to turn the light off. Good luck Morgan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2004

    Got a kid with autistm? You'll recognize everybody here.

    Hey, parents, teachers and friends of autists: Tired of reading that autism is an incurable disease? It's true, autistic people are not like the rest of us, and yes, it's hell being different than neurotypicals. But meet Peter the Wild Boy, Microsoft employees, Mr. Spock, some engineers, maybe artist Joseph Cornell, and certainly Paul Collin's endearing son Morgan--and stop reading books that make autism sound like a character defect. Autists are on a different operating system but everybody on the planet does not have to enjoy eye contact and small talk. Bravo, Mr. Collins.

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