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A Slant of Sun

One Child"s Courage

by Beth Kephart

  • 302 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Thomas T. Beeler Publisher .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Large type books,
  • Parents of exceptional childre,
  • Developmentally disabled children,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Parental Memoirs,
  • Medical - General,
  • Family relationships,
  • Children with Special Needs,
  • Parents of exceptional children,
  • Biography,
  • Developmentally disabled child

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9473856M
    ISBN 101574901931
    ISBN 109781574901931

    I call it dancing. His whimpers turn to sighs, and then he doesn't have a choice: he sleeps. All who wander are not lost. When Helen meets James they begin to fall in love.

    I call it dancing. Kim Chernin We may teach our children to read, but they teach us the language of the spirit. See more. I could do both at once--be a mother and work--if only I could find the right person. They show me how to bend my arms so that I can take him down toward my heart, and there is nothing else to say.

    Now I make coffee. Bibliography Kephart, B. Kim Chernin We may teach our children to read, but they teach us the language of the spirit. I have music on. We rock in the chair.


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A Slant of Sun book

Kephart should be commended for relaying a story so serious yet so full of positive vibe about it. Apologies if this happened, because human users outside of Germany who are making use of the eBooks or other site features should almost never be blocked.

And that's not it. Helen: Helen is a young woman who died many years ago. High on drugs most of the time, he tries desperately to forget the night his father attacked his mother.

No one ever sees me, I emphatically see no one, and yet now every day I'm on the phone, listening to strangers tell stories. As she learns to work around -- and through -- her son's disability, the author reveals a modest philosophy of child-rearing that is both universal and particular.

Travel with a passion with Salon Magazine's Wanderlust. I could hold my son when he cried for me, and touch the silk of his head when he was sleeping. All IP addresses in Germany are blocked.

I have always, albeit secretly, admired her. Everything is a still-life drawing; we are complete, we are immune. He takes right to it. Not going anywhere. Half crazed with worry, I finally fly up the steps, open the door. Words go back and forth; I write them down. Lately Jeremy has been completing his two-hour nap in a forty-minute interval.

As her oldest only child, Kephart and her husband had no other frame of reference with which to compare Jeremy's behaviour screaming and terror around strangers, echolalia, obsessive fixations, and an almost autistic retreat into his own world but it eventually became clear that Jeremy's behaviour was different and warranted examination.

Oh God. Clinging so hard to my son isn't healthy, but leaving him? A tornado storms into town: merciless.Oct 11,  · A fter the escapist fantasy and heated controversy of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Steven Spielberg ventured into the realm of weighty significance with his subsequent two films, The Color Purple and Empire of the atlasbowling.com while The Color Purple was a commercial success, Empire of the Sun performed poorly at the box office, at least in comparison with Spielberg’s earlier films, and 4/4.

A Slant of Sun - One Child's Courage by Beth Kephart was a wholesome book. I wasn't aware that the story was about a child's struggle with autism. The mother shared her deepest fears and thoughts. She opened up her heart for the reader to feel. The words were raw and real.

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