Part One: Impossible
“One sentence, I stare at the words. I can’t believe they’re here, in this notebook.
I always dream to be a famous writer.” P. 11
McFarlane is blunt when describing the stereotypical way she views people with Down syndrome. She admits to being ashamed of those views that come from ignorance. She shares what she learned from researching Down syndrome? Did you read her entire description or gloss over it because you expected to know what she would share? What was your reaction?