Iris Grace: How Thula the Cat Saved a Little Girl and Her Family

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Skyhorse Publishing
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7.0 X 1.0 X 9.1 inches | 2.25 pounds

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About the Author

Arabella Carter-Johnson is Iris Grace's mother and a professional photographer whose work ranges from family portraits and landscapes to wedding photography. She has documented her daughter's life through diary entries and photographs and this book. She resides in the United Kingdom.


"Iris's astonishing tale of talent and her relationship with Thula is lovingly told."
--Daily Mail

"Astonishing, remarkable."
--ITV News

"A miracle."

"An astonishing talent."
--Daily Express

"Iris' story, as told and photographed by her mother, beautifully deciphers the way a child with autism sees and approaches the world, with a deft touch that makes for compelling reading." --Booklist (starred)

"...This is one of the best written books I've ever read (I'm a writer and I've written 20+ books of my own and I can't imagine having such a great narrative skill). It's a joy to read. Iris Grace is a fascinating and brilliantly talented little girl that you will never forget. And once you read this book you will never look at autism again the same way. Hollywood, start your engines. I simply can't think of a better summer read." --Jeff Wignall, author of The Photographer's Master Guide to Color