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Anything But Typical by Nora Raleigh Baskin
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Mar 21, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: differences, individuality, inspirational, older-kids, well-written, words, disabilities, writers
Read in March, 2011

An amazing book about an autistic boy dealing with being autistic, living in a 'neurotypical world' and trying to make friends-or even get a girlfriend. He's a great writer and it allows him to control words and letters because it seems to him that he is being defined by letter-ADD, ADHD, etc. Really well-written and good for anyone that wants to learn more about living with autism. Kids will still be able to relate well to this boy.

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