Autistland: Autism, Life & other Unsolved Mysteries A Memoir

Autistland: Autism, Life & other Unsolved Mysteries A Memoir

Kevin Whelan / Jan 26, 2020
Autistland Autism Life other Unsolved Mysteries A Memoir AUTISTLAND Blurb and Critics response Autistland is author Kevin Whelan s rewriting of his acclaimed memoir Izzy Baia Autism Life and other Unsolved Mysteries originally published by Mercier Marino B
  • Title: Autistland: Autism, Life & other Unsolved Mysteries A Memoir
  • Author: Kevin Whelan
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • AUTISTLAND Blurb and Critics response Autistland is author Kevin Whelan s rewriting of his acclaimed memoir Izzy Baia Autism, Life and other Unsolved Mysteries originally published by Mercier Marino Books, Dublin, in 1998 , which centred on his work as a carer to a teenage boy with autism called Brian O Connor Set in Galway, on Ireland s west coast, the book chartAUTISTLAND Blurb and Critics response Autistland is author Kevin Whelan s rewriting of his acclaimed memoir Izzy Baia Autism, Life and other Unsolved Mysteries originally published by Mercier Marino Books, Dublin, in 1998 , which centred on his work as a carer to a teenage boy with autism called Brian O Connor Set in Galway, on Ireland s west coast, the book charts the various ups and downs, the laughter and occasional tears, of dealing with someone with that most perplexing of brain disorders, autism, and also the difficulties Brian has in dealing with Kevin and the outside world or, in the author s words, that world of the normal that is not Autistland The book itself is based on the acclaimed 1997 Prix Italia awarding winning RTE Radio 1 documentary, Who Is Izzy Baia , a production described by Armelle Cressard in Le Monde as funny and tender Listen to the documentary yourself online on the RTE Player He is also the author of the novel A Wonderful Boy A Story of the Holocaust , the only work of fiction ever published to describe the fate of children with learning difficulties under the Nazis, a novel described by Books Ireland as deeply movingantly written Kevin Whelan was born in London to Irish parents and raised in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and in Galway in the west of Ireland, where he now lives Here s what some critics had to say about Izzy Baia , the book Brilliantly descriptive Whelan is a good writer and a clever craftsman the reader will have gained considerable insight into what it s like to try and care for an autistic young man every afternoon Izzy Baia is something of a minor masterpiece Dr Andrew Rynne, Irish Medical News As multi faceted as a good lyric or script the author writes mercilessly and Attenborough like about Brian Mary Finn, The RTE Guide entertainment magazine This is a book that parents and carers of children with autism can relate to in a very real way Throughout the book there are powerful, humourous touches a welcome addition to the limited literature in this area Mary Hanlon, Frontline magazine on devoted to special needs Your book means a lot to me It s good to know someone like you is trying to penetrate the walls of autism I think you have an appreciation for the circular, self propelling nature of the situation Acclaimed American author William Wharton Birdy , Dad , A Midnight Clear in a letter to the author
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