Source: Local Library
Probably my last full book for the night. I'm not dragging as much as I have in other years, I think because I'm interspersing a lot of audiobook time. (I'm over halfway through it . . . yikes!) Anyway, this particular book was a quick, engaging read.
Capsule review: "As I read the chapters on her childhood, I was struck by how often young Temple came close
to being institutionalized or marginalized, and how often a supportive
adult or accepting friend was there to let Temple be who she was. Part
of this was being autistic in the 50's and 60's when many people still
thought it was something that could or should be fixed. Part of that is
still around today, which makes me think about the valuable role of people who work with kids."
My next book will be Karen Healey's While We Run, an ARC that generated an "EEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!" from me when I got my hot little hands on it.