Tuesday, April 30, 2013

TEMPLE GRANDIN: " How The Girl Loved Cows Embraced Autism And Changed The World"
by Sy Montgomory
Autism  definition is impairment and social interaction with others, but it was told to Temple's mom it is type of Schizophrenia . It was very new condition at the early 1950 , and the people misunderstood this disorder at that time. Her father started to bullying her and calling her "retarded" and he wanted to put her in special mental hospital. However, her wonderful mom believed to her and tried to sent her to private school as other normal kids. Temple was so lucky that her parent could afford her all needed such as specialist and psychologist  to get better. Then she went to college,  so she did not get the only Bachelor's ,and also Master's degree and PhD. Finally Temple is a professor of animal science at Colorado State University. 
               This successful story published by Montgomery  this  biographical book tells about how you can achieve your limited ability ,and get the successful life ,and never give up.Also this great book  enlightens the people to better understanding of Autism disorder ,so gives a window into Autism. Furthermore , very informative about the animal care. This great woman is a very good model for children with Autism.  The book is very clear and easy to read. Animal background on each page with the photos makes much more interesting to read. I really like this book, and I can say that I inspired by this strong woman's biography.
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