From Publishers Weekly
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Great read for those interested in the thinking of a boy with Autism.
This book makes it clear that autism is not a disability of the mind but rather an alternate way of perceiving the world around us.
One theme throughout the book is the patience, perseverance and belief in her son that Tito's mother had throughout his childhood.
A window into my sons world. It gave me a different perspective as to the way my 4 year thinks.Published 8 days ago by Wendi Gray
Again, insightful. We all look at the world differently, and this book is an excellent reminder. I found it most interesting that much of his "non-responsiveness" was... Read morePublished 1 month ago by melanie
Tito, you have accomplished so much knowledge, respect, success and admiration in a very young age that most of the so called 'neuro typical' people don't accomplish in a life... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pavan Kumar
I don't like rating this kind of book. It is not fiction, where you can judge the story's plot. Although I did enjoy Tito's scattered, whimsical style, I did not read this book... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kristina G.
What an amazing insight to the mind of an autistic child who cannot communicate with sound. It was fascinating to read about Tito's life growing up and him trying to even... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jillian Isbell
Tito's writings brought life into animated objects. His writings enlivened a dull brain. He brought back the forgotten the beauty of everyday life.Published 8 months ago by Raymond Moses