So, if you have an autistic child or know an autistic child, I highly recommend this book.
This book has helped her to know that even though she is different she is still special and can do most anything if she tries her hardest and keeps working at it.
It dedicates one page to each person discussed; i.e. Temple Grandin, Albert Einstein, etc.
My Grandson it helped him to know that other people has what he has. It was very informant but easy to read. JCPublished 2 months ago by jc
I like the idea behind this book but didn't find it gripping. My son never finished reading it either. I'd skip on this one.Published 4 months ago by Miriam
This book is good for kids who have learning differances specifically those with autism and other disabilities. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alice Levine
So grateful to have come upon a great list of books on aspergers that help these children learn tp appreciate their unique differencesPublished 7 months ago by Holly Golightly
Excellent collection and well written. Each biography has enough detail to keep it from being simplistic, but short enough to keep attention. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P
I got this book for my son who has autism...he told me that he enjoys this book very much...it is difficult to find books on this subject for someone his agePublished 9 months ago by heidnisch
What an Awesome book this was a great read. I loved reading about the talented people and how they rose to their calling. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Cherry Heitz
This book is great for 12 year olds and it makes them feel good about themselves. They learn that they are not alone!Published 11 months ago by Susan Clinton
It helps you see Autism as a real gift!! I love that it helps kids realize that they are not alone.Published 12 months ago by Jackie