Everybody is Different: A Book for Young People Who Have Brothers or Sisters with Autism Paperback – 1 Jan 2001
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More than anything, Fiona Bleach's delightful drawings bring this book to life -- Kingston Times, 13 November 2001
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Written with insight and charm, this book offers real and accessible support to school friends, brothers and sisters of children who have autism.See all Product description
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My Niece said when writing this review that other brothers and sisters would be able to understand more and it was very interesting ( so much so she read it in one go) - buy this book you will be pleased you did and then pass it onto to other people in your family and friends. Well done Fiona Bleach.
However it reads poorly and actually doesnt explain things clearly at all, It's a shame becasue if every paragraph didn't start with brother/sister it may have been better but the consatnt use of brother/sister gets very very annoying.
Very impressed and written brilliantly for siblings to have a better understanding.
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