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Just as someone else used my name to write StrangeSon!'
Hopefully, many kids will be able to learn and communicate better by understanding what was learned from Tito Kudos to the author for fighting to tell us about this!
Tito is able not only to write moving poetry, but also explains, from the inside, with great depth of insight, about what it is like to be autistic.
[Note: Copied from my review on goodreads. Quotes are from an ARC]
This is a hard book to review. My review is VERY long. Read more
Having the DVD available to purchase along with the book, of how to instruction , is the only thing missing. Thank you so very much!Published 8 months ago by Melanie Gonzalez
Wonderfully written considering a mother had to deal with a very difficult subject. It was difficult to read for the same reasons.Published 16 months ago by KATHERINE
I was a little shocked to read any negative reviews about this book. It seems there are a handful of people who are trying to diminish the message of the book because of their... Read morePublished 24 months ago by sarahshoey
This is my all-time favorite book. I read everything from sci-fi to drama, to non-fiction, autobiographies, etc. -this is my all time favorite book. Read morePublished on November 27, 2010 by Daisy Nguyen
I can see why Tito felt betrayed by this book, yet part of me feels Iverson's strongly worded account of Tito's behavior was intended to sharply contrast with his exquisite poetry. Read morePublished on June 13, 2010 by L. Newman
Dov Iverson was 18 months old when diagnosed with severe autism, according to Strange Son. This developmental disorder left him without the ability to interact with himself and the... Read morePublished on November 9, 2009 by Regis Schilken
Very good book to read for anyone working with children with Autism. It provides insights to children who are non-verbal and appear to be in "their own world". Read morePublished on January 9, 2008 by Gayle M. Noble
One of the best books I have read in years. I bought additional copies to give as gifts for my friends who work with both gifted and special needs children.Published on November 28, 2007 by BJ