Culture corner - Joel Yanofsky's - Bad Animals

Newspaper columnist and author Joel Yanofsky tells us about his latest book "Bad Animals - A father's accidental education in autism." It's a very personal look at the joys, frustrations, and roller coaster of emotions which he and his wife have experienced as they journey through life with their autistic son.

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