Every Tuesday I hope to post a book review for the Harried Parent's Book Club, and this week I'm complying even though, as you read this, I will be sleeping off the effects of an overnight post-graduation activity I chaperoned for my son's Class of 2012. Woo-hoo! And yawn.
The book I read and wrote about ahead of time to have something for you here today is The Four Walls of My Freedom, a book that starts out like a memoir of raising a child with severe cerebral palsy and develops into an examination of what makes us human and how society can fill its responsibility to individuals with disabilities and the family members who care endlessly for them. Have you read The Four Walls of My Freedom? Write a review to add to mine.
Image and text by Terri Mauro