Malva – endorsements

Book front cover imageHere is some of the praise that Malva’s book has garnered:

“Truly inspiring and engaging. I recommend that any parent whose child has special needs or any professional who works with these families read this book. It will give them hope and perspective on what is possible.”
Dr. Robert Melillo—bestselling author of Disconnected Kids; co–founder Brain Balance Achievement Centers

“I really liked the way Benjamin was ‘stretched’ by his mother to achieve new things…fixations were directed into creative, useful activities.”
Temple Grandin—author of Thinking in Pictures and The Autistic Brain

“An inspirational, hopeful, and concrete road-map for how parents can help children with autism to reach their full potential.”
Rosalind Wiseman—New York Times bestselling author of Masterminds and Wingmen

“Full of deep emotion, raw edges, and heart-lifting moments; get ready to fall in love!
Anna Stewart—author of Mother Blessings: Honoring Women Becoming Mothers

“Remarkably intimate and heartfelt…a brilliant memoir that is also a teaching tool.”
Patti Ashley, Ph.D.—author of Living in the Shadow of the Too-Good Mother Archetype

“Touches the core…this book breaks boundaries for us readers too.”
Glenda Monasch—co-founder Sound Circle Eurythmy

“A gifted writer, a gifted parent, and a patient, caring mom. Others can learn and benefit from Malva’s experiences and considerable wisdom; she provides abundant examples of hope which show that many of the myths of autism can be challenged and even overcome. All children benefit from guidance, modeling, role playing, direct instruction, and self-reflection. All children need someone who believes in them.”
Terry Bradley, M.A.—President-Elect, Colorado Association of Gifted and Talented

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