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Birds of a Feather

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4 out of 5
Based on 3 Ratings and 3 Reviews

Book Description
"Richard is our son. He is mentally retarded. On the first day of his life, his mother and I were told he was a mongoloid." So begins Birds of a Feather, Alan Balter's strong and sensitive story of a young man with Down syndrome. As his 20th birthday nears, Richard remains illiterate, unemployed, and dependent upon his parents. We meet two people who are influential in Richard's life: Penny, his b... More
Book Information
PublisherPublishAmerica
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages239
ISBN-101591298822
ISBN-13978-1591298823
Publication Date05/19/2003
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About Alan Balter (Author) : Alan Balter is a published author. A published credit of Alan Balter is Birds of a Feather.
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