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He's My Brother Paperback – Large Print, March 29, 2015
About the Author
Born of Spanish, Asian, and European ancestry, award-winning American author Debbie Roppolo grew up in the Blackland Prairie region of Texas, where miles of grassland and her horse were her best friends. Yep, that's right--a modern day version of Laura Ingalls. Her other books include the award-winning Amelia Frump series and Turkey Trouble and Chasing after Aprons (Kindle). After her younger son was diagnosed with autism, Roppolo felt the need to raise awareness about the disorder and become an advocate through her writing. Because of her research and conversations with her older son, Roppolo discovered that siblings sometimes feel alone after a diagnosis of autism. There is little focus on their thoughts and emotions, and they are are forced to cope alone. He's My Brother was written with the intent of bringing awareness to this situation in addition to supplying information about autism. Married for over twenty-two years, she now resides in the Texas Hill Country with her husband John, and two children, Jonathan and Joseph.
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handicap is not the person. We all need the comfort of family members and others
to cope with these very real inescapable situations. How lovely when that comfort
comes from a brother. The story portrays it well!