Boy Alone: A Brother’s Memoir

Boy Alone: A Brother's Memoir

Boy Alone: A Brother’s Memoir Description


Karl Taro Greenfeld knew from an early age as his younger brother Noah was not like other young children. He could not crawl, and he had trouble with eye contact or interact with her family. As Noah grew up, its differences far more clearly, he was unable to communicate verbally, to the toilet, or tying his shoes, and despite his angelic being, he typically had violent outbursts. No doctor, social worker or a specialist is able to decide what was wrong with Noah in addition to a general diagnosis: autism. Parents of boys, Josh and Foum, devoted their lives to take care of her younger son with Myriad methods-a challenge, frequently painful encounter devoted family man described in the bestselling trilogy. Now, for the 1st time, talks well-known journalist Karl Taro Greenfeld who grew up in the shadow of his autistic brother, revealing the complex mixture of anger, confusion and love that has defined his childhood. Boy Solo is his memory brutally honest t Boy Alone: A Brother’s Memoir

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