My Sister Katie: My 6 Year Old's View on Her Sister's Autism

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 28 pages
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How do you explain autism to a child? What do you say to a little girl or little boy when they don't understand why their sister acts different, or why their cousin doesn't talk? With so many children being diagnosed with autism, soon every child will know someone who is affected by this condition. This book speaks to children on their level, with friendly words to explain how autism makes a child different, and how they themselves can deal with it. It also shows how different each autistic child is from the other, so they are not thought to be all the same.

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