My Books

Mom Can’t See Me

Mom Can't See Me

“Told from the point of view of her nine-year-old daughter, this photo-essay is Sally’s own story. When she was twenty-four, an unknown disease caused her vision to diminish gradually over two years. Then, one day it was gone. Sally responded by developing the skills to function without sight, by changing her career, by marrying and becoming a parent, by lecturing, by living fully. As Leslie Alexander says of her Mom, “Mostly she’s like other mothers.” The book shows a slice of everyday life for a blind person. Beautifully illustrated by photographs by George Ancona, this book is funny, inspiring, and deeply moving.”

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