Son-rise: the miracle continues

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H.J. Kramer,
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[1995?], c1994.
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English
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9780915811618
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subject_facet Autistic children -- United States -- Biography, Kaufman, Raun Kahlil, Option Institute and Fellowship, Parents of autistic children -- United States -- Interviews
title_display Son-rise : the miracle continues
title_full Son-rise : the miracle continues / Barry Neil Kaufman
title_short Son-rise :
title_sub the miracle continues
topic_facet Autistic children, Biography, Interviews, Kaufman, Raun Kahlil, Parents of autistic children