Rachel describes both the love and the frustration she feels in dealing with her sister, Alicia May, who has Down syndrome. Everything about this title is well done: the artistically rendered colorful pictures are almost photographic in their detail, and the narrative, which portrays Alicia May in positive terms, never surrenders to the usual banality of many books on the topic.
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