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Memoir/Self-Help Book

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Without One Word Spoken by Ellen Schwartz

Edited by Randi Chapnik Myers

A Globe and Mail and Canadian bestseller in two categories, Without One Word Spoken is a memoir by Ellen Schwartz, mom of Jacob Schwartz, who was born with a rare neurodegenerative disease. Through Ellen’s absorbing story, readers come to know Jacob, who can’t speak or move, but who has spent the last 18 years spreading the true meaning of love.

 

“This is a remarkable book, tender and at the same time tough.” Christie Blatchford, courts columnist for The National Post and Postmedia