“A beautiful and meticulous study of a languageless man and of Schaller’s patient, dedicated and brilliantly conceived efforts to make contact with him and to introduce him to language.” -from the forward by Oliver Sacks

“The best book on a normal language-less person…” Temple Grandin, Animals in Translation
“…is as gripping as a novel,… and [concerns] one of the great scientific questions of all time.”  Steven Pinker, The Language Instinct

If you would like a signed copy of A Man Without Words AND/or the multilingual version of  The Boy Who Cried Wolf, write Susan Schaller or send a request (with or without a gift of any amount) to 1442A Walnut St. #139, Berkeley, CA 94709

Give a gift of any amount here to help buy and send books to students, teachers or parents. by sending a check to 3222 South Sagle Rd., Sagle, Idaho 83860.

The play, Without Words, was a great success.  Write me (let me know if you want to contact the director, Derek Davidson) for more information.