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But he has a special focus on one subject—forensic analysis. Learn more about Asperger's Syndrome. The publisher: Atria Books , Book Suddenly the Hunt family, who only want to fit in, are directly in the spotlight. I remember very well the first time I met my cousin David. As David became a teenager, his tantrums were harder to control.
The novel is narrated in the first-person perspective by Christopher John Francis Boone, a year-old boy who describes himself as "a mathematician with some behavioural difficulties" living in Swindon , Wiltshire. Although Christopher's condition is not stated, the book's blurb refers to Asperger syndrome , high-functioning autism , or savant syndrome. The book is not specifically about any specific disorder," and that he, Haddon, is not an expert on autism spectrum disorder or Asperger syndrome. The book uses prime numbers to number the chapters, rather than the conventional successive numbers. Christopher John Francis Boone, a fifteen-year-old boy who is on the autism spectrum , lives with his father, explaining that his mother, Judy, died two years ago. The boy discovers the dead body of the neighbour's dog, Wellington, speared by a garden fork.
Understanding autism can begin with stories about a child, sibling, friend, and classmate and even a kid detective! This collection includes picture books for elementary age children and their families as well as chapter books for middle school readers. We've also included several biographies of Temple Grandin that describe her inspiring life story. Who would have thought Bat would want to keep the baby skunk, named Thor? Is it really okay for a skunk to become a pet? Bat is a unique character and the story offers a deeply heartfelt glimpse into the life of a boy on the autism spectrum, presented realistically in this touching and surprisingly informative novel. Henry has been on the lookout for a friend.
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An Autistic Teenager (Self-Proclaimed "Aspie")
One of the most wonderful things about a book is its ability to reveal to us a little piece of ourselves. When we can relate to a story or a character, we are left with a better understanding of who we are and what our purpose may be. This might be most true for children on the autism spectrum. While some of these books are written specifically for children on the autism spectrum, others are aimed towards siblings and friends. Ages 7 and Up Not only does this delightful book include fun color photographs of cats and kittens, it also offers a humorous glimpse at some of the difficulties and joys of raising a child on the autism spectrum.