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The Golden Hat: Talking Back to Autism by Kate Winslet

May 30

Random facts about Autism:1234 Autism now affects 1 in 88 children and 1 in 54 boys. The rate of autism is growing at 14% per year around the world. In China it is growing at a rate of 20% a year. Autism is a spectrum disorder meaning one can be affected severely or mildly — and people are all over the spectrum with how severely it affects them — this also means every person with autism is different and they may not all act, look or function the same way, mostly likely they will not. Only 56% of students with autism finish high school More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes & cancer combined. Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S. From the Greek autos meaning “self,” autism literally means “alone. Autism costs the nation $126 billion per year. Yet,  autism receives less than 5% of the research funding of many less prevalent childhood diseases. Boys are four times more likely than girls to have autism. There is no medical detection (no blood test, no scan, and no image that can detect autism–diagnosis relies on behavioral observation and screening). There is NO cure for autism. I do know a little about autism. Mostly, in how to help those with Autism cope mentally with the challenges they face. With great empathy for those with any kind of autism, any severity, I like to inform myself about the condition. Recently, I came across a book by Kate Winslet. The cover grabbed my attention and I decided I would put it on my “to read” list. And read it, I did. In one sitting. The Golden Hat: Talking Back to Autism by Kate Winslet, Keli Thorsteinsson and Margaret Ericsdottir. This book was born from creative desire to help the many families who have a member (or more than one) with autism. Kate Winslet narrated A Mother’s Courage a film about a mother and her journey and struggle with for her son Keli, who has nonverbal autism (meaning he cannot speak). This movie bonded Kate and Margret who kept in contact via email. And through their many exchanges, Kate had an idea she wanted...

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Random Book Poems

May 15

Love For This Book by Pablo Neruda translated by Clark Zlotchew and Dennis Maloney In these lonely regions I have been powerful in the same way as a cheerful tool or like untrammeled grass which lets loose its seed or like a dog rolling around in the dew. Matilde, time will pass wearing out and burning another skin, other fingernails, other eyes, and then the algae that lashed our wild rocks, the waves that unceasingly construct their own whiteness, all will be firm without us, all will be ready for the new days, which will not know our destiny. What do we leave here but the lost cry of the seabird, in the sand of winter, in the gusts of wind that cut our faces and kept us erect in the light of purity, as in the heart of an illustrious star? What do we leave, living like a nest of surly birds, alive, among the thickets or static, perched on the frigid cliffs? So then, if living was nothing more than anticipating the earth, this soil and its harshness, deliver me, my love, from not doing my duty, and help me return to my place beneath the hungry earth. We asked the ocean for its rose, its open star, its bitter contact, and to the overburdened, to the fellow human being, to the wounded we gave the freedom gathered in the wind. It’s late now. Perhaps it was only a long day the color of honey and blue, perhaps only a night, like the eyelid of a grave look that encompassed the measure of the sea that surrounded us, and in this territory we found only a kiss, only ungraspable love that will remain here wandering among the sea foam and roots. There is no frigate like a book by Emily Dickinson There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away, Nor any Coursers like a Page Of prancing Poetry – This Traverse may the poorest take Without oppress of Toll – How frugal is the Chariot That bears a Human...

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Happy Women’s Day from BeNonsensical

Mar 08

As it is International Women’s Day, I thought I would pay tribute to ten of my favorite women authors… Nicole Krauss, Karen Maitland, Isabel Allende, Maggie O’Farrell, Audrey Niffenegger, Stephanie Kallos, Elliot George, Sylvia Plath, Susannah Clarke and Brenda Maddox. Of course, there are many more talented and lovely women writers out there but I have to choose just a couple handfuls to share for this post! Nicole Krauss Nicole Krauss is an American author born in Manhattan, New York in 1974 (same year as me!) She began writing as a teenager publishing poetry until her books came. The three books of hers I’ve read (numerous times over) are: The History of Love, Man Walks Into a Room, and Great House.   Karen Maitland Karen Maitland is a British author born in England in 1956. She has been writing for most of her life. She loves to travel and research history. Her attention to details and love for cultural research shows in her writing. I had the wonderful pleasure of doing an e-interview with her. You can read that here. The three books of hers I’ve read (several times) are: Company of Liars, The Owl-Killers and The Gallows Curse.   Isabel Allende Isabel Allende was born in Lima, Peru in 1942 (Ewww! That rhymes!) and is a Chilean writer with American citizenship. She is a passionate writer who delves into magical realism, which is is one of my favorite genres, if I can choose favorites! She has written so many good books it is difficult to choose three but here are three random books of hers I’ve read (I think I’ve read all her work to date!): The House of the Spirits, Eva Luna, and Ines of My Soul.   Maggie O’Farrell Maggie O’Farrell was born in 1972 in Ireland, grew up in Wales and now lives in London! She has been writing since she was four or five years old! How lovely! It definitely shows. She gives women dimension and depth in her novels. Again, I struggle to choose just three of my favorites from her work (read them all!): The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox, My Lover’s Lover, The Hand That First Held Mine.   Susannah Clarke...

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The Gift of Reading by Michael Omara books

Feb 09

I received this little book as a gift. It is full of fun reading related facts and anecdotes. Super cute. Shop Indie Bookstores And here is one of the anecdotes: The thirtieth President of the United States, John Calvin Coolidge, loved reading but when his wife was persuaded to buy a very expensive medical almanac from a traveling salesman one day, he was less than impressed, and pretended not to notice the book. Several days later, when Mrs Coolidge opened it up, she noticed that her husband had written inside: “This work suggest there is no cure for a...

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Anatole France

Jul 24

Anatole France, born Jacques Anatole Francois Thibaut, was a bibliophile. He was one of France’s most memorable authors, learned to love books very early in his life because he was given the opportunity to do so. Anatole France had the good fortune of being surrounded by books as the child of a bookstore owner. His father ran the Librairie France (Library of France) in Paris, France. It is said that many a notable scholar and writer would visit his father’s book store regularly and undoubtedly this literary passion rubbed off on Anatole France for he learned to love books as much as any one could. His literary pseudonym was fashioned after the name of his father’s shop, the Librairie (Library) de France. After college Anatole France helped his father at the bookstore before going on to become a library cataloger, a librarian and then a Nobel Laureate poet, author and journalist. Anatole France’s love for books began with exposure to books at a very early age. As a child, he had full access to an assortment of reading material. This is absolutely vital to ensuring a child’s interest in reading. We must ensure they are surrounded by an array of books to choose from and actively promote the love of literature so we ensure the Anatole France’s of our future exist! “The essential point is that students should have easy access to a wide variety of books…” (Becoming a Nation of Readers, U.S. Department of Education’s Commission on Reading, 1988) It is our responsibility to envelope children in a plethora of literary choices. Take them to the library. Take them to each and every library within driving and walking distance. Take them to book stores. Read with them. Read with their friends. Be a book pusher. And help a new Anatole France be literarily nourished into existence. When you see the personal library of Anatole France, you can clearly see the remnants of his childhood fortressed in books. His love for books was cemented very early in life… “Never lend books, for no one ever returns them; the only books I have in my library are books that other folks have lent to me” — Anatole...

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