by Daniel Gottlieb
Hardcover, 175 pages, Sterling Pub Co Inc, List Price: $17.95 | purchase
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Collects thirty-two letters written by a quadriplegic grandfather to his autistic grandson.
April 25, 2006 Psychologist and family therapist Dr. Dan Gottlieb's new book Letters to Sam is a collection of lessons on life he wrote to his grandson. Two decades ago, Gottlieb became a quadriplegic in an automobile accident. His grandson is autistic, and the letters have lessons about what it's like to be different.
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