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Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed…

por Sy Montgomery

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An authorized portrait about Grandin's life with autism and her groundbreaking work as a scientist and designer of cruelty-free livestock facilities describes how she overcame key disabilities through education and the support of her mother.
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RGG: Clear, approachable and two-fold engagement for readers interested in animal science and/or the behaviors, feelings associated with being on the autism spectrum. Excellent nonfiction. Reading Interest: 10-14.
  rgruberexcel | Jun 15, 2021 |
Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World
by Sy Montgomery
What an inspirational book! I guess I am behind the times in not knowing who Temple Grandin is. She went from being unable to speak, even up to age 4, to becoming a internationally known scientist for the welfare of animals! She now makes ingenious designs for animals that are penned up, bred, or those to be slaughtered. She lead the way for humane and quick deaths.
I may be a vegetarian but 95% of the world is not. Temple tried to be but her health deteriorated so she went back to eating meat. She wanted to make sure all animals that are confined and treated fairly and deserve a quick and calm death.
For this, I thank her from the bottom of my heart! She is really a miraculous woman to overcome her issues and pain and concentrates on those that can't help themselves!
Recommend to all animal lovers and to anyone who know someone with autism. ( )
  MontzaleeW | Feb 3, 2021 |
This book is just a great example of how the disability does not define who you are.Temple Grandin has done so many wonderful things and changed the lives of so many. Her work in the livestock industry is just unbelievable and her determination is like no other. I was intrigued at how she sees pictures instead of words. This book has given me a clearer understanding inside the minds of individuals with autism. ( )
  kmaldonado | May 3, 2020 |
Temple Grandin is a remarkable story about a person with talent, insight, and intelligence that the world in which she grew up could not measurable. It is refreshing that her mother's love and understanding kept her from being place in an environment that could have possible destroyed her. This makes me wonder about all those other stories that went untold or that took a different path, one that lead them from a promising future had education been given and patience been exercised. I thought this story was one that needed to be told. I enjoyed the blueprints throughout the book and the opportunity to look at the work that she has accomplished in humane treatment of cattle. I especially took not of the connection she had with the animals. Amazing book and I would strongly recommend this to all educators. ( )
  saylore | Apr 29, 2020 |
Temple Grandin is a great book that helped me understand what autism really is. This book shows a great mixture of inclusion as well as awareness of this disability. It gave a great description of what really goes on in her mind as well as how she reacts to certain situations. Temple spoke up for those that did not have a voice and in this case it was cows. The book has different symbolism but the door stood out to me the most. She knew that a door represented something better on the other side. ( )
  rdelarca | Mar 25, 2020 |
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