by Karl Taro Greenfeld
Hardcover, 355 pages, Harpercollins, List Price: $25.99 | purchase
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Recounts the author's relationship with his autistic brother Noah and the struggles their family endured when treating the illness.
May 18, 2009 Growing up with a severely autistic brother, journalist Karl Taro Greenfeld experienced firsthand the strain that the condition can bring to a family. In his memoir Boy Alone, Greenfeld describes the frustrations of a childhood spent in the shadow of autism.
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