“Fixing My Gaze” One of Amazon’s Top 10 Science Books for 2009

I’ve been a big fan of Susan Barry ever since I first read about her in The New Yorker several years ago. I was an even bigger fan after her book “Fixing My Gaze” was published this year. As a neuroscientist and educator, she has written a very accessible book about her remarkable experience with vision therapy as an adult.

I’ve become so enamored with “Fixing My Gaze” that I have shared many copies with friends, held an online contest to give a the book as a prize, and even interviewed Dr. Barry. So I was delighted to see this morning that the book has been selected as the #4 top science book by Amazon.com for 2009. This is very fitting, due to the easy-reading style of a very complex and fascinating subject.

Congrats to Dr. Barry for the well-deserved praise for a fine piece of work!

Dr. Nate

Nathan Bonilla-Warford, OD
Bright Eyes Family Vision Care
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  • http://littlefoureyes.com/ Ann

    Congratulations to Dr. Barry! I really enjoyed reading the book as well. My copy is currently residing in Chicago, being read by my mom (who only has stereoscopic vision at a very specific distance). Once I get it back, I have a list of other people I plan to lend it to.

  • http://littlefoureyes.com/ Ann

    Congratulations to Dr. Barry! I really enjoyed reading the book as well. My copy is currently residing in Chicago, being read by my mom (who only has stereoscopic vision at a very specific distance). Once I get it back, I have a list of other people I plan to lend it to.

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