Click About the Book above to learn about a tale inspired by the passionate activism of my mother and my family’s relationship with my sister with Down Syndrome in the middle of the 20th century. Read how a silent movement from parent pioneers, friends, families and even some politicians would ultimately change the world forever. These unknown warriors managed to win the right to public education for children with disabilities. This is one of those stories.
"The dialog was both entertaining and heartbreaking. As the parent of a disabled child, I was completely unaware of the history behind the services people with disabilities receive today."
-Michaelene (Mickey) Oakley
"This lovely book took me on a trip down memory lane - If I was still a teacher I would make it required reading"
- Jean Edwards, President Emertia at Edwards Center, INC
First Place Win For Uniquely Stella
Uniquely Stella by Deborah Menenberg takes home first place honors in the Fan Favorite category in Red City Review’s 2019 awards competition.