Miracle to Believe In

Miracle to Believe In Only Barry and Suzi Kaufman could guide Robertito through the dark and mysterious Labyrinth that separated him from the world Somewhere behind Robertito s wide eyed vacant stare lay a gentle little b

  • Title: Miracle to Believe In
  • Author: Barry Neil Kaufman
  • ISBN: 9780449201084
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
  • Only Barry and Suzi Kaufman could guide Robertito through the dark and mysterious Labyrinth that separated him from the world Somewhere behind Robertito s wide eyed, vacant stare lay a gentle little boy, totally alone and out of reach He was, after all, a hopeless case uneducable and autistic Even the medical world had given up on Robertito Until, at last, hisOnly Barry and Suzi Kaufman could guide Robertito through the dark and mysterious Labyrinth that separated him from the world Somewhere behind Robertito s wide eyed, vacant stare lay a gentle little boy, totally alone and out of reach He was, after all, a hopeless case uneducable and autistic Even the medical world had given up on Robertito Until, at last, his parents found the Kaufmans the loving couple who had rescued their own incurable child Volunteers joined Robertito s parents in their journey Before their eyes, a miracle of love and learning took place as Barry and Suzi Kaufman taught everyone how to love themselves and to nurture a little boy back to life.

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    1. I found this book to be very boring It is the true story of how a psyschologist and his wife help a family from Mexico whose little boy has severe autism Their approach is oddd the book is written in extreme detail The boy s progress toward being normal is very slow which I know is realistic , but it makes for difficult reading.



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