Where We Going, Daddy?

Where We Going, Daddy? Japanese Edition Of Where We Going, Daddy Life With Two Sons Unlike Any Other Like Many People, Jean Louis Fournier Did Not Expect To Have A Disabled Child, But He Had Two This Wry Humorist Retells His Adventures And Bravely Tells The Difficult Truth In A Way That Touches The Heart And The Funny Bone In Japanese Distributed By Tsai Fong Books, Inc

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[BOOKS] ✸ Where We Going, Daddy?  By Jean L. Fournier – Online-strattera-atomoxetine.info
  • Hardcover
  • 162 pages
  • Where We Going, Daddy?
  • Jean L. Fournier
  • Japanese
  • 15 June 2017
  • 9784560081129

10 thoughts on “Where We Going, Daddy?

  1. says:

    At very first sight, it was something too cruel to joke about But then joking is a necessary way to wipe out all the pain

  2. says:

    Heart wrench and laugh out loud moments guaranteed

  3. says:

    Brutally honest

  4. says:

    Not too many books give me GoosebumpsThis one does, nearly every page

  5. says:

    I ve read the Persian translated of this book and enjoy it.The cover was awful but the content was surprising me 20 150 160 .

  6. says:

    Het verhaal en de beleving van een ouder van twee gehandicapte jongens Erg lastig om te lezen en mee te maken hoe dat voelt voor een ouder Dat het soms lastig is om te houden van je kinderen en er soms zelfs gedacht wordt, waren ze maar dood Maar natuurlijk mochten ze eenmaal sterven dan valt dat zwaar Het blijven je kinderen en je hebt een andere toekomst voor ze bedacht Hier en daar vond ik het moelijk om dit verhaal te lezen, als een buitenstaander die dit niet hoort te weten of te voelen Maar het was eerlijk en goed bedoeld Wellicht dat ouders met gehandicapte kinderen zich hiermee kunnen identificeren, maar ik weet niet of ik het kado zou durven doen.

  7. says:

    a monologue from a French humourist and television personality directed to his two developementally and physically disabled sons Nothing clinical, all reflective, sometimes self pitying, sometimes full of pity for the children Will evoke a reaction from you A very personal work He s not asking you to have his reactions, his thoughts, his life Because he s the only one who lived it..

  8. says:

    Not written as a book but like a series of statements Some funny others dad and all very observant

  9. says:

    Very moving account from a father with two severely disabled sons A kind of love letter to them, without pulling any punches when he describes how their existence has affected his life.

  10. says:

    I found this book very good because of the details the author put in He made me laugh and cry.

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