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Misunderstood

The book Misunderstood was made into the movie Misunderstood.

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Book details for Misunderstood

Misunderstood was written by Florence Montgomery. The book was published in 2005 by Adamant Media Corporation. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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This Elibron Classics edition is a facsimile reprint of a 1872 edition by Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig.
This Elibron Classics edition is a facsimile reprint of a 1872 edition by Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig.

Movie details for Misunderstood

The movie was released in 1984. Misunderstood was produced by Wgbh Boston. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Misunderstood Minds.

 

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Misunderstood Minds is a captivating documentary that unreels like a topnotch drama--you'll be on the edge of your seat while having a series of "aha" moments. The 90-minute production spends three years following five families with children who struggle ... Read More
Misunderstood Minds is a captivating documentary that unreels like a topnotch drama--you'll be on the edge of your seat while having a series of "aha" moments. The 90-minute production spends three years following five families with children who struggle with learning disabilities. One high-achieving boy's strong memory masks his inability to read; the parents of a middle-school girl who has trouble focusing resist the solution (drugs). Not every story is a clear success, and one Boston teen slips through the cracks. The learning-problem experts and teachers do a superb job making a complex subject (children have "expressive language deficiency" or an "output problem") entirely understandable. Directed and produced by Frontline filmmaker Michael Kirk and narrated by Nightline correspondent Chris Bury, the show is powerful as it trains the lens on these quotable kids and their often-heartbreaking journey. --Valerie J. Nelson