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Published on Nov 2, 2011
During the 2010 National Center for Family Literacy conference, autism memoir author Monica Holloway speaks about her son Wills diagnosis of autism and that he would never read, and the golden retriever puppy, Cowboy, that changed Monica's disabled son's life.
"Cowboy had taught him [Wills] that nothing, not even cancer, could destroy love."
ABOUT MONICA HOLLOWAY: Monica Holloway is the bestselling author of Cowboy & Wills, a Mother's Choice Award's Gold recipient, and the critically acclaimed author of the memoir Driving With Dead People, described by Newsweek as "unforgettable," Glamour christened "a classic," and the Washington Post deemed "irresistible." Holloway lives with her son Wills and husband Michael Price, Co-Executive Producer of The Simpsons, in Sherman Oaks, CA.
ABOUT COWBOY AND WILLS: Cowboy and Wills tells the story of the golden retriever puppy who changed Monica Holloway's disabled son's life by becoming his very first friend and coaxing him out into the world. Cowboy and Wills is published by Simon & Schuster.