The curious incident of the boy who wore his coat in the bath

Christopher Stevens
March 2013
Daily Mail;3/29/2013, p28
WHEN my son David was small, he had a red anorak that he would not take off. He lived in it, slept in it, he even took his bath in it. That may sound cute, and mildly eccentric, but it wasn't.


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