Award winner

6th July 2001 at 01:00
Kate Rankin was the winner of the Mind Book of the Year 2001 for her book about her son, 'Growing Up Severely Autistic: They Call Me Gabriel' (Jessica Kingsley, pound;12.95). Daily life with Gabriel is described - from preventing him from eating the goldfish to helping him through his grief when his father died. Mind, The Mental Health Charity, 15-19 Broadway, London E15 4BQ. Web:

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