1 edition of The boy who loved too much found in the catalog.
The boy who loved too much
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-290).
|LC Classifications||RJ506.W44 L37 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 290 pages|
|Number of Pages||290|
|ISBN 10||1476774048, 1476774056|
|ISBN 10||9781476774046, 9781476774053|
|LC Control Number||2016043207|
She had been driving east for hours on an unfamiliar highway I in an unfamiliar state Pennsylvaniasearching with increasing desperation for a place to stop for the night. This world is made for everyone. Gayle, a youthful forty-one-year-old, wore a purple camisole and capri-length cargo pants that revealed some of her tattoos. He chirped with glee, smiling to himself.
Even when he knew it was wrong on an intellectual level, he just couldn't stop. Because what people with Williams crave so much is love, unconditional love — like the kind of love they give. She could feel the eyes of the men on her, the only woman in their midst, and on Eli, who was now rocking back and forth on his heels with excitement. The Boy Who Loved Too Much explores the way a tiny twist in a DNA strand can strip away the skepticism most of us wear as armor, and how this condition magnifies some of the risks we all face in opening our hearts to others. The story told belongs to Eli, a boy who was born quite different from most little boys. Not only had the door been unlocked, it had been advertised as such.
Gayle noticed his sinewy arms, his muddy work boots. He surveyed the landscape enthusiastically, oblivious to the seediness of the place. Eli grinned at him. He lifted his artwork and admired it in the dome light, which Gayle had left on for him.
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So basically, this book will give you a lot to think about. Watching Eli's artless attempts to forge connections, Gayle worries that he might never make a real friend—the one thing he wants most in life. The others laughed. But maybe later. I'd have liked the book to focus on that more.
She asked him to sing a little quieter.
And as soon as they subsided, you know, he was back to his lovable, cheerful, hugging self. Gayle checked the mattress ticking for bedbug shells, but found none.
On the cusp of adolescence, Eli lacks the innate skepticism that will help him navigate coming-of-age more safely—and vastly more successfully. The boy who loved too much book they rarely get it. He lifted his artwork and admired it in the dome light Gayle had left The boy who loved too much book for him.
Easy to believe. Apart from the rest of the group, one man sat alone on the sidewalk, his elbows propped on bent knees, his head drooping heavily in his hands.
More than a case study of a rare disorder, however, The Boy Who Loved Too Much is a universal tale about the joys and struggles of raising a child, of growing up, and of being different.
But she knew she was too tired. Not only had the door been unlocked, it had been advertised as such. Eli flopped back down on the bed. The Boy Who Loved Too Much gives readers a close-up look at the challenges of parenting a child who has Williams syndrome.
Eli chattered happily while she searched, asking questions she only half answered. Eli does not. A few tore through the paper. But his mother, Gayle, was well aware of the rejections.The Boy Who Loved Too Much is her first book.
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