Book 1: A single dad. An autistic child. A dedicated teacher. Can they be what each other needs?
Book 2: Only in grade 1, Ethan has already been kicked out of a school for his tantrums and running away. Can this new school help?
Book 3: Manny is not like other children. He doesn’t talk. He doesn’t leave the house. His parents desperately try to arrange their world so that Manny does not get upset. Because, when he does, well, the aggression was getting worse. Is there a way that Manny can belong?
Book 4: A bright pre-teen remains on the fringe. Is this all there is for Karen? Can an autistic chef make a difference? Come join us and see.
Book 5: At twenty-one, Suzie has withdrawn from a world she finds alien and confusing. To her, the world is a harsh, scary place where she does not fit. She has Asperger’s Syndrome and high anxiety. When an intruder breaks into their house, there is no one to rely on but Suzie.
When parents receive the news that their child has autism, they spend countless hours researching the subject, usually at night, after an exhausting day. Teachers, when they hear that they’ll have a student with an autism spectrum disorder, also try to learn as much as they can.
These novels were written for such parents and teachers – entertaining reads that are fun, yet still offer strategies and information on autism.
What Are Reviewers Saying?
– “A gem of a book”
-” A true delight – Highly, highly recommended – Just couldn’t put it down”
– “Highly informative and extremely helpful – Couldn’t take my eyes off it”
-” I loved this book from beginning to end – Just plain awesome”
– “I could feel the author’s passion – What a great way to learn about autism”
– “Entertains, entrances & educates: 3 for the Price of One!”
– “This wonderful book is about a Dad, Ben, meeting his autistic son Kyle for the very first time, when Mom dumps him suddenly on his doorstep, saying she can no longer take care of him. Through the eyes of Ben, we get a glimpse of both the challenges and joys of being a parent of a child who sees the world in different ways.”
– “Unlike some stories that speak of autistic children, this one brings a wealth of hope and information! As we look over Ben’s shoulder, we see a glimpse of the learning tools currently being used in the classroom today, and we get glimpses of things that could be helpful in the day to day life of an autistic child.”
– “I appreciated this story on several levels. First I enjoyed the story of Ben discovering what it means to be a parent, especially a single parent. Second, I enjoyed watching Kyle find his own means of success in this new and upside down world.”
– “I enjoyed the glimpse into classroom life and options available today. Finally I enjoyed the quiet romance between Mel and Ben.”
Targeted Age Group: adults
Written by: Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
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