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Catherine's autistic brother David keeps getting in the way.
This is a great book to use as a teaching tool to help adolescents understand autism and is also a great lesson in compassion and understanding.
My daughter checked this book out from the library and I wound up reading it in segments to her and my 6 year old boy.
We have an autistic grandchild. His sister really related to this book as many of the things that the main characters face are identical to her own situation. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Al Sanders
It was a very interesting book. My teacher recommended to me.Published 24 days ago by Lee Ka Shun Cara
1) I loved EVERYTHING ABOUT IT111 NO dislikes.
2) First of all I recommend it to EVERYONE. Second of all I recommend it to EVERYONE. Read more
A wonderful story about siblings supporting each other and what it means to have a "special" brother or sister.Published 1 month ago by L. M. Crane
Rules is so well written. I loved reading it with my 10 year old daughter. She had already read it in class, but it's so good she wanted to read it again, with me.Published 1 month ago by Stacey L. Sims
my sons 3rd grade teacher is reading this to his class . His classmates are getting a better understanding :-)Published 1 month ago by AZ-NY
I loved this book!!!! It took me forever to read it but it was definitely worth the time and money! Everyone should give this a 5 star rating. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mustache
Best book I have ever read, kept me wanting to know what happens nextPublished 1 month ago by Madison Chapman