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Pieces: My Sister, Her Autism and Me

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Jaqueline and Jessica Moreno are sisters born less than two years apart who have developed a truly extraordinary relationship. At two years old, Jessica was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder as “nonverbal” and “low-functioning,” shaking their family’s world and changing the course of history for them, their younger brother, and their parents forever. "Pieces" offers ...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published March 20th 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Cait Finnigan
Apr 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This book is part memoir, part essay collection, part poetry anthology, and entirely a love letter from one sister to another. It is relatable, accessible, and altogether inspiring. From one complicated sisterly relationship stemmed a life's calling and unparalleled gratitude. Moreno approaches each moment of her life with thought provoking wisdom, a touch of self-critique, and always empathy. As a woman with siblings who do not struggle with autism, I still saw myself in every moment of sisterl ...more
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