Product Number : 61819
Help children deal with the more difficult aspects of Asperger's Syndrome
Topics include: bullying, friendships, school, dating, telling others about Asperger Syndrome, and more
Luke Jackson, the 13 year old author of this book, draws from his own experiences with Asperger Syndrome to write this enlightening, honest, and witty book. He has learned to laugh at the name-calling. He wrote the book hoping to talk directly to adolescents on the many difficult aspects of life he has encountered. Features a foreword written by Tony Attwood. Softcover, 224 pages.
TES/NASEN Special Educational Needs Children's Book Award 2003
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