AJ Meyers Meyers din Jarab Paein, Fars, Iran
I read this every morning over cereal in bits and bites and although every Liberal Arts class I ever had says "ohmygodcolonizationistheworstrunnnnnn", there is something to be said for the stodgy comfort of British food and routines like tea mixed with spicy unpredictable India. Comfort, but not the Edna Lewis kind.
This was an amazing book, that was written from the perspective of a mom dealing with two sons who have autism, and one son who is neurotypical. She was honest and truly provided an insight into the joys and frustration of livng with three boys who are all very different. As a teacher and mom who is not dealing with autism 24/7 I needed to hear this perspective.