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Apr 10, 2015 Angela Hutchinson rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: autism, juvenile-literature, diversity, contents, index, glossary, website-references, questions-and-answers, 3rd-5th, grade-3-5, acceptance, challenges, children-s-literature, concept-book, facts, feelings, friendships, informational, library, life-experiences, picture-book, non-fiction, science, social-studies
This would be a great book to read to students during discussions about diversity. In this book, there are many things that people do help individuals who struggle with autism. It is a good book to help teach students that everyone is equal and how to help students with diverse issues.
This is an informative book that helps people understand Autism. I would use this to help classmates understand a fellow student who has autism and I could also use it as a way to learn about non-fiction text features.