Traveling Blind

I'm reading Traveling Blind: Life Lessons from Unlikely Teachers by Laura Fogg. It's a very engaging memoir of 30 years of teaching blind students in rural northern California. I've read the first 50 pages this morning and already I've cried four times and laughed out loud more than that. I just want to give this book to everyone I know.

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