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‘The Joy of Knowing Pete: Much was said yet no words spoken’

A new memoir by author Hazel Morgan looks back on the teenage years of her younger son Peter who had Down’s syndrome and profound and multiple learning disabilities. Hazel now lives in Dorset where the book was about to be launched on 13th July. Hazel joined us in the studio and talked to Rob Mott about her book…

There is more information about the book on the publisher’s website www.YouCaxton.co.uk/Pete. Hazel is also a trustee of People First Dorset and also reflects in the book on the centrality of Friendship and being listened to: themes important in her book and in their charity.

Image of book cover also links to YouCaxton Publications website which includes reader reviews:

The Joy of Knowing Pete book cover