Understanding Sam and Asperger Syndrome

Understanding Sam and Asperger Syndrome

Book - 2006
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A third-person past-tense narrative tells the story of Sam, a boy with Asperger Syndrome. Positive qualities are listed first: "Sam loved to giggle...;. Sam was a happy boy." Next come some of his challenges: he is afraid of loud noises, he has trouble making friends, and he does not like change. When he leaves the house at night, walking all the way to the local fairgrounds because he loved the Ferris wheel so much, his parents know that something must be done. They take him for a check-up and receive the diagnosis. The doctors and therapists give them some suggestions for helping their son at home and at school. The book concludes with Sam playing the cello at a school concert. Because of the interesting story line, the positive approach, and the notion that others can learn to help Sam instead of expecting him to change, this is an excellent introduction to the topic. The pictures are bright and lively, showing mostly happy faces. The book concludes with 10 helpful tips to remember when a friend or a classmate has Asperger's. A useful introduction for both children and adults.-- Age: 4 - 8
Publisher: Erie, Pa. : Skeezel Press, c2006
ISBN: 9780974721712
0974721719
Branch Call Number: JP Nieke 3558jv 1
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill

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