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My Life in a Pea Soup - SAVE $10 My Life in a Pea Soup | by Lisa Nops | code: B67 | A brilliant memoir written by Australian mum Lisa Nops, telling the story of her beautiful daughter Sally. A highly personal and private insight into the worries and stress on the caring for a child with autism. Lisa Nops maps her journey of moving from the loss of a dream (of a normal child) to acceptance. Yet the book is written with such a light touch. Many amusing incidents with Sally and anecdotes of being an expatriate in three different countries keep you totally engrossed in the story.

Winner of the 2012 Finch Memoir Prize
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