Theodore Isaac Rubin - Psychology - 1998 - 224 pages
Short stories reveal the struggles of children who are severely mentally ill and explore how patience and love can reach through to even the most difficult child
Theodore Isaac Rubin - Fiction - 1986 - 132 pages
Both paranoid schizophrenics, Harry Byrd--believing himself Jesus--who enters Bellevue voluntarily to heal the sick at heart, and Mary, the bag lady, begin their mad ministry ...
Theodore Isaac Rubin - Adolescence - 1965 - 176 pages
Based on psychological case studies, this novel concerns the inner worlds of two boys widely separated from one another by cultural background and outward behavior.