The Island Pond Raid, The Inside Storyby Thomas King
Thomas King was a social worker in Vermont for two decades, beginning in 1979 and ending in 1999. Mr.King was awarded for his casework by the Governor of Vermont and received other awards for his work with children and families. He worked in five districts and was a supervisor, child protective worker, juvenile worker, resourse coordinator and investigator. He graduated from Adelphi University with a major in psychology and intered the USAF where he was gestalt therapist.
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The Island Pond Raid the Inside Story by Thomas King is a book that is fun to read and informative. The author explains why the raid failed and tells some very entertaining stories about social work in Vermont. He also goes into social work issues and is able to describe the frustrations involved. The parts about the three stooges at social services in Vermont and Hill Street Blues were very funny. I recommend this book.