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  • Julie Berhorst

    Good book (true story) about parents with a Downs Syndrome child

  • Pat Richmond

    Expecting Adam: A True Story of Birth, Rebirth, and Everyday Magic by Martha Beck, a well-known contributer to Oprah's O Magazine. Inspiring, well-written, and funny even though (especially because!) Adam has Downs Syndrome.

  • Rebecca Dailey

    Expecting Adam by Martha Beck Book club rating: pick it up

  • Sarah Dana

    Worth Reading.

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