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October 25, 2007



Thank you for this, Jordan. I agree. The book is well-worth reading for anyone who interacts with kids on the spectrum. I also loved the chapters post-diagnosis. I think one of the most difficult things for teachers, therapists, even parents, to grasp, is that kids with this and similar diagnoses don't process information the same way the rest of the world does. John states it so clearly and so articulately that one can't help but gain insight and compassion for what is often just considered "weird."

Great review!

drama mama

Love John. Love his book. He is a true original, and a breath of fresh air for our peeps.

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