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Be Different by John Elder Robison
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Jun 05, 2011

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bookshelves: audiobooks, autobiography, book-on-cd, self-help, occupational-therapy, 2011, non-fiction

ok book, better if just learning about aspergers. not as helpful as a clinican who frequently works with free range aspergians. stories arent nearly as cute as robisons first book. it was a nice reflection on how aspergets can make life hard for a kid, but that with time things get better, especially with sipportive adults.

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