Book Testimonials

Here are some of the things people are saying about the book - Waising Miss Chloe

I laughed, I giggled, I paused to think, I got a bit teary.
"Hey Sue. I received your beautiful book today. I laughed, I giggled, I paused to think, I got a bit teary. It's so well written. Worth the tremendous effort. So proud to know you." Melinda

I am loving the little bits of humor in your writing.
"You are amazing Sue. Just starting reading your book and I am loving the little bits of humor in your writing. Thanks for the nice words from yourself and Chloe on the front cover". xxx Julia

Brutally honest, humorous, entertaining & at times breath-takingly sad.
Feisty, frank and thoroughly inspiring - mother and daughter are so alike. Sue, you are still the honest, fun girl I knew from boarding school in Toowoomba except perhaps somewhat wiser these days. Thanks for taking the risk and sharing your amazing story in this book. Whilst brutally honest, humorous, entertaining &
at times breath-takingly sad, I also found it to be highly educational.
Your advice was often counter-intuitive and made me reflect on my own system of values and behaviours. I realised that gorgeous Chloe is her own person with her own unique personality which has nothing to do with that extra chromosome.
It was an absolute delight meeting her this year and I thank her most sincerely for tolerating all the annoying fame for the benefit of readers like me.
I look forward to more books in the future."
Stacy Nottle

I found Sue’s book extremely helpful and inspiring.
"I do not have a child with Down syndrome. I do not have a relative with Down syndrome yet, I found Sue’s book extremely helpful and inspiring. 
Any parent could read this book and identify with many of the feelings and challenges Sue has experienced. It is such a warm and easy read
that even the busiest reader will find it easy to retain the good advice and feel re-energized to face the trials and joys of raising a child.
Sue’s book also very importantly helping to dispel the myths and overcome the prejudices faced by those for whom a child with
Down syndrome is a beloved family member." Robyn Clancy