Danny’s Book Recommendation:
Mary Calhoun Brown is the author of “There Are No Words.” This is her first work of fiction.
The story is about a 12-year-old girl named Jaxon who is mute. Jaxon falls into a painting and travels back 1918 where she tries to stop a train wreck that had taken her grandfather’s best-friend. Amazingly, Jaxon is able to speak in 1918.
Recreational therapists and allied health practitioners who follow this blog would be pleased to know that Mary Calhoun Brown serves on the board for the Autism Services Center with a pioneer in the field, Dr. Ruth Sullivan. Think anyone who works with children with autism could benefit from reading this book.
"Mary Calhoun Brown has given us an unusual path in getting to the story of
autism. Young teenagers, their teachers and parents will be happy to have
this one in their library.”
– Dr. Ruth C. Sullivan, former President of the Autism Society of America.
Here is a video of Mary Calhoun Brown at the Ohio River Festival of Books:
Get There Are No Words here:
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