Fair. We ship the same or next business day and provide a tracking number with tracking info. More wear than a good book but still very usable, accessories or attachments may not be included, we use stock photos for our listing so actual book may have different cover.
Good. Soiled Cover and/or Pages. Discoloration, Tanning or Foxing on cover and pages. Used-Good. Sound copy (Mild Reading Wear). May have scuffs or missing DJ. May have some notes, highlighting or underlining. "Our Business is Changing Lives."
I've read essays by Andrew Solomon and have found the stories collected in this book to be deeply felt and dynamic. Love this book!
May 17, 2015
Walk in the shoes of others.
I cannot do justice to this book, other than to say 'READ IT!'. Solomon spent 10 years interviewing parents whose children were very different from them, and also discusses his difference from his parents and his relationship with his own son.
The chapters are fairly stand alone and include a variety of what might be considered disabilities, children who have well above average talents, those who are transgender, those who are products of rape , those who commit crimes.
When Solomon was interviewed on The Colbert Show in 2012, Colbert appeared near tears at the end of the show, not his usual ending! I'm reading the book for the second time and often feel the same way.
Nov 14, 2013
I hoped to get and just on time, too. This is an extraordinary book that will rouse one's sleeping empathy and understanding.
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