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New Book Review: The Autism Cover-Up

Author:  Anne Dachel,  copyright 2014, New York:  Skyhorse Publishing No one in this controversial history from 1998 to the present was anti-vaccine, they were calling for more research, a safe schedule of vaccines, and to get due compensation for parents and children who in good faith had vaccinated and had alleged legitimate claims to the … Continue reading

A Book Review: Furiously Happy, A Funny Book About Horrible Things

Reviewed by Scott Uecker Furiously Happy, A Funny Book About Horrible Things, by Jenny Lawson, presents situations from the author’s life in humorous short personal essays detailing her experience with mental illness. Each chapter is a different hilarious episode. While the book is adult oriented and she is very sarcastic and eccentric, her personality gives … Continue reading

New Book Review: 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD

Author:  Cindy Goldrich, 2015, Foreword by Babette Rothschild The 8 Keys Series of books provides self-help books, with evidence based information in a concise clear way.  Exercises and practical strategies are meant to empower the reader to help themselves. The author of this book, Cindy Goldrich, is a Certified ADHD Coach who works with parents, … Continue reading

New Book: Simple Lessons for a Better Life: Unexpected Inspiration from Inside the Nursing Home by Charles E. Dodgen

Simple Lessons for A Better Life: Unexpected Inspiration from Inside the Nursing Home – Charles E. Dodgen (Author) May 5, 2015 This book is written from the perspective of nursing home residents and shares their unique experiences while offering simple lessons to find happiness, peace, and live a better life. The author, Charles Dodgen, is a … Continue reading

New Book: Enabling Acts: The Hidden Story of How the Americans with Disabilities Act Gave the Largest US Minority Its Rights

We would like to kick off our NHU Book Club with this new book out this year about the history of behind the scenes of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Enabling Acts:  The Hidden Story of How the Americans with Disabilities Act Gave the Largest U.S. Minority Its Rights – by Lennard … Continue reading

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