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A Gift of Dogs

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A Gift of Dogs by Carolyn Wing Greenlee

This book is not only about guide dogs, remarkable as they are. It’s each person’s unique story of making peace with what has been called the Nation’s Number One Most Feared Disability.

As a sighted person reading this book, you may catch a glimpse of what it’s like for the blind and visually impaired, and marvel at their tenacity and determination to overcome the adversities they have faced. If you are blind or visually impaired, you may find comfort, a sense of community, and possibly hope in the knowledge that others have gone before you into the dark and have found their way — some with patience, some with humor, some kicking and screaming, and some with delight. Each of these solitary journeys is unique, but they all have one thing in common — a gift of dogs.

Other books with Guide Dogs

A Gift of Puppies

Steady Hedy

Son of South Mountain & Dust

Son of South Mountain & Dust by Thomas W. Wing with Carolyn Wing Greenlee

Dr. Thomas Wing’s memoir, Son of South Mountain & Dust offers a rare view inside the head of a Second Generation Chinese boy exploring early ham radio; discovering cars, planes, and trains; and coming to appreciate the weather-beaten Chinese laborers who worked on his father’s farm.

Illustrated with the engaging pencil sketches of Duncan Chin, who was himself a rascally little boy.

Son of South Mountain & Dust is part in a series of the Wing family memoirs, which includes:

Inside the Oy Quong Laundry

Eternal River, Vol I: The Early Years

Eternal River, Vol II: The Claremont Years

Eternal River, Vol III: The Next Thirty Years