Frank Moore, Amazon.com Review
Eileen Miller is a one-of-a-kind woman: wife, mother, teacher, author, friend, and advocate who gives all she has to intercede for her special needs daughter.... Her illustrator daughter, Kim Miller, is living proof of how one autistic child was able to overcome excruciatingly difficult circumstances to make herself understood through her art. I was amazed at how well Eileen was able to interpret her daughter's pictures and explain Kim's thoughts, ideas and feelings to her teachers and others who needed to "get into Kim's head", to understand how and what she was thinking and experiencing....I would recommend this to anyone. Inspirational, moving, thought-provoking and bold statement of determination and God's faithfulness.
The Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
The Girl Who Spoke with Pictures is a biography that reminds us of the human individuality in autism.
I must recommend Eileen and her family for sharing this wonderful talent that her daughter had and for being her daughter's advocate and fighting for all she needed to get through her education. Also for sharing their family story.