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To all the parents trying their hardest to give their children the best life possible despite the circumstances, you are not alone. This book is for you.

Eileen Lamb, takes us on a journey of love, acceptance, and self-discovery in All Across the Spectrum. As the mother of a severely autistic nonverbal son, and as someone living with high-functioning autism herself, Eileen’s unique story, coupled with her stunning collection of photography, is an inspiration and tribute to all who overcome the impossible and persevere for those they love.

About the Author
Eileen Lamb is the founder of The Autism Cafe and author of All Across The Spectrum. Born in France, she now lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and two sons, Charlie and Jude. On her blog, she shares the ups and downs of raising a severely autistic child while being on the autism spectrum herself. In her free time, Eileen enjoys daydreaming, wine, and road trips.

GREG RAKOZY EILEEN LAMB | THOUGHT CATALOG
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