Nobody Nowhere

Nobody Nowhere : A music CD

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This music CD from is now available through Jessica Kingsley Publishers. It features poems written or co-written by Donna Williams set to music which she has composed. The poems provide a personal insight, revealing to the non-autistic how the world appears to the autistic person. They are also a celebration of the creative talents of Donna Williams, whose autobiography, Nobody Nowhere: The Remarkable Autobiography of an Autistic Girl also available from Jessica Kingsley Publishers) reached the bestseller lists when published as a trade paperback.
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Product details

  • CD-Audio
  • 124.5 x 142.2 x 10.2mm | 68.04g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • Unabridged edition
  • 1853028991
  • 9781853028991
  • 2,628,374

Table of contents

Track Listing: 1. Sometimes. 2. Stormy Weather. 3. Nobody Nowhere. 4. Too Sensitive. 5. Stray Children. 6. Shadows. 7. Beyond the When. 8. Shoes. 9. Enemy Lines. 10. Today Starts Now. 11. Ocean Deep. 12. Just a Little Bit of Time. 13. Movin On. 14. Still Awake.
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About Donna Williams

Donna Williams was born in Australia in 1963. She was assessed at age two as psychotic, labeled disturbed and tested for deafness throughout childhood before being diagnosed as autistic in 1990. She was an international best-selling author with nine published books, an artist, singer-songwriter and screenwriter. One of the most well known people with autism in the world, Donna was a renowned international public speaker, a qualified teacher and worked as an autism consultant.
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1,735 ratings
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4 37% (640)
3 24% (409)
2 5% (94)
1 2% (30)
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