This morning, Kathryn Svendsen’s review of Mobility Matters went live.
Take a look at what she has to say!
Thrilled to share her thoughts on mobility in general and my mobility experience, in particular.
The Kindle version goes on sale June 27-29 for 99 cents.
Click on the link below to read the review.
Book Review by Kathryn Svendsen
Kathryn Svendsen was born in Calgary Alberta, but she now lives in British Columbia. She attended the University of British Columbia and received a Bachelor of Education (Elementary) degree and a Diploma in the Education of Visually Impaired Children. That wasn’t enough schooling, so while she worked full time as a teacher of visually impaired children with students from kindergarten to grade 12, she got her Master of Arts in Special Needs, with the focus of Orientation and Mobility (that would be teaching blind and visually impaired persons how to use a white cane and navigate in the community). She has been working with disabled children and youth for 27 years.
Kathryn lives with her husband, two children and three miniature dachshunds. She is a Christian, with a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. If she could be as active as she liked, she would spend a lot more time hiking, biking, kayaking, and camping. Her husband loves photography so she often accompanies him on long walks when she feels up to it. She has done all kinds of crafts too, from quilting, needlepoint, cross-stitch, sewing, card-making, quilling… but her favourite thing to do is read. And when she can’t read… she listens to books