Dibs in Search of Self
The classic of child therapy. Dibs will not talk. He will not play. He has locked himself in a very special prison. And he is alone. This is the true story of how he learned to reach out for the sunshine, for life . . . how he came to the breathless discovery of himself that brought him back to the world of other children.
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WonderfulUser Review - Suzanne S. - Borders
I love this book, I have read it 3 or 4 times in the 10 years since I first got it. I am always glued to it when I pick it up, even though I already know the ending. Read full review
I read this book initially about 37 years ago and it stuck with me and I never forgot it and didn't know it's significance but did know that there was a significance even at the age of 13 years old. I am just starting to read it again and since have worked with several children with autism as a nurse in the schools and community. I can't wait to start reading it again and see how it affects me almost 37 years later.