Press ReleaseL. Robert Lance Blevins’ "Titles of the Wrong Kind" Makes its Début
L. Robert Lance Blevins’ Titles of the Wrong Kind seeks the answer to a striking question:
How does a child feel when practically raised by his grandparents, blessed with the trait of slow learning and branded a retard?
This new and inspirational work based on a true story is guaranteed to captivate readers of all genres.
July 26, 2004 -- With the release of a truly inspirational work based on a true story, readers of all genres will be able to find a common connection amongst themselves as they become even more captivated while turning the pages of a truly moving and inspirational story which offers readers everything; love, deception, greed, teasing, frustration and success.
L. Robert Lance Blevins' "Titles of the Wrong Kind" is getting lots of attention as it allows parents and school administrators alike to gain a valuable insight into how some of the children in the special education system actually feel about their parents; as well as the "system" that encompasses their lives.
Made possible by telling the story of the "system" from the child's own vantage point and not that of the PhD or Administrator, a most valuable new insight into the "system," as well as the feelings and thoughts of a child are able to be realized.
Whether you are connected to the special education system or not, this book is truly a must have for any serious reader. Written by a person who spent a good portion of his life in the special education system and then went on to realize success as well as an induction into the National Register's Who's Who in Executives and Professionals, this book promises to be a absolute success!
"Titles of the Wrong Kind" is now available for purchase through all major online book stores including http://www.amazon.com, http://www.barnesandnoble.com and others.
This new release can also be ordered through your local book store, or at http://www.blevinsbooks.com.
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