September 10, 2018

#BookReview of Aaron and Me, Works In Progress by Debralynn Fein


Aaron and Me, Works In Progress


About the Book: "He’s so normal. How can anything be wrong?" 

KIM SEGAL, the main character in Aaron and Me, is faced with one of the most horrendous experiences a parent can endure during a baby wellness checkup. A clinical observation shows a couple of innocent café au lait birthmarks which could indicate a possible diagnosis of Neurofibromatosis for her 18-month old son, AARON. Kim feels ill equipped to cope with the indefinite nature of the diagnosis, and begins to spiral out of control. 













Reviewed By: Rachael
Publisher: Amazon
Recommended Age: Adult

About the Author: Debralynn Fein has been writing professionally since 2002. Aside from When Butterflies Soar, her current novel, her articles and stories have appeared in Wee One’s Magazine, and Hackwriters.Com, run from Falmouth College of Arts. She also published a short story in the Greenwich Village Literary Review, entitled Family Pictures and articles in Early Childhood Examiner. She attended Stony Brook University in 1978 and 1979 with a major in English Literature, and, also earned a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Queens College, City University of New York, in 1987. 
The sense of place she writes about are from the New York metropolitan area, since it is where she is most familiar. She’s e read her work before audiences at the New York Public Library and Montclair Library. All stories have been well received. 
On a personal note, I have been happily married for the past thirty-eight years, and have two grown sons. I had been a kindergarten teacher for many years, and more recently teach English as a Second Language to adults. For hobbies, I like to do needlepoint and knit. Reading is a big focus as well.


My Review: I wasn’t sure what to expect when I began reading this book but was intrigued to learn about a disease I had never heard of. But I seriously couldn't put the book down. The characters were well developed and grew with the story. The emotional roller coaster they go through can truly be felt. This book shows that the parents should not love their children any less with what they were born or not born with. I would consider this book a must read for anyone raising children.

Do I Recommend this book? Yes

 









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