|Format:||Hardback, 256 pages|
|Other Information: ||8pp b&w illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 07 September 1989|
This is the story of a woman who lost her sight as a child and regained it many years later. Determined not to let her blindness prevent her living life to the full, Judy Taylor trained as a teacher and against all odds, successfully taught sighted children in comprehensive schools. Her independence assured by her devoted guide dogs, four over the years, each with a strongly individual and lovable character, she married and brought up two sons. In 1987 an operation restored 25 per cent of normal vision and Judy Taylor saw her husband and teenage sons for the first time. She describes the wonder and pitfalls of learning to see again. The worlds appeared full of beauty but perspective and colours had to be relearnt, and touch often had to preceed seeing.