Dara Learns How to Ride a Bike!: An Autism Story

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AuthorHouse, Feb 8, 2010 - Education - 24 pages
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As an Autistic child, learning how to ride a bike is a difficult and challenging task. Dara manages to ride his brand new bike he got for his birthday down the street without falling off with the help of his mom. Until a neighbor's dog came along and interrupts Dara's ability to focus with it's barking. Dara's other big challenge is that he is afraid of dogs and learning how to ride a bike is not any easier for a 4-year-old Autistic. This is a cute and funny story of actual events of Dara's challenge to complete a task. However, Dara was able to ride his new bike all the way back to the house without falling off. Great accomplishment!

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About the author (2010)

Chenda Pen is a graduate from Johnson & Wales University in RI and currently works and resides in RI with her son Dara. Chenda graduated with a Marketing degree and is working part time as an author and this is the first book she published. Dara is the main focus of most of her short stories. The main focus of her book is about her son who was diagnosed with Autism when he was 3 years old. She wants to share stories that are heart-warming, cute, and funny for children of all ages with and without special needs. She wants to share a story that can help to motivate and educate parents about their child's special abilities to do challenging task such as riding a bike.

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