Schuyler's Monster

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Schuyler's Monster: A Father's Journey with His Wordless Daughter
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Author Robert Rummel-Hudson
Language English
Subject Parenting of author's special needs child
Genre Non-fiction
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Publication date
February 2008
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 288
ISBN 978-0-312-37242-2
OCLC 156832409
618.92 22
LC Class RJ506.D47 H83 2008

Schuyler's Monster: A Father's Journey with His Wordless Daughter is a book by Robert Rummel-Hudson. Rummel-Hudson began writing online in 1995 and also writes a parenting blog called Fighting Monsters with Rubber Swords;[1] both book and blog concern the author's and his wife's parenting of their daughter who was born with polymicrogyria, a brain disorder that made her unable to speak.[2]

Commentary on Rummel-Hudson's writings have been featured on NPR's "Weekend America" and in the Austin Chronicle, the Irish Times, the New Haven Register, the Dallas Morning News, Wondertime Magazine, and Good Housekeeping.[3]

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