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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.
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 20 hours ago by mustache
Best book I have ever read, kept me wanting to know what happens nextPublished 1 day ago by Madison Chapman
A wonderful story about the sister of a boy with autism. It conveys the struggles, joys and love with honesty and simple truth. The author has a gift. Read, share and enjoy.Published 1 day ago by Semmelweis
This book is utter dreck. It reads like Saul Alinsky's Rules For Radicals put to a pseudo-plot revolving around a modern "social issue. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Glenn C. Calvin
I used this book with a group of fifth graders who have comprehension issues. They loved the story and were so moved by the believable plot that they were able to stay with the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by The Granny Nanny
I loved the way the characters reflect life as it is for families who deal with disabilities every day. I will be reading this book with students who have learning disabilities. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Unknown
I chose this rating because it shows how people feel when they have disabilities like hard of hearing or autismPublished 11 days ago by Sofia Moran