Inside Out

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Open Road Media, Apr 22, 2014 - Juvenile Fiction - 155 pages
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How do you love someone who makes you miserable? 

Eleven-year-old Jonathan just wants to have a normal life—for instance, a night when he isn’t awakened by screams, or a day when he’s not teased by other kids for having a disabled family member. But normal can’t happen when your little brother is severely autistic.

James, Jonathan’s four-year-old brother, needs more help than his parents can give him. And it’s not just hard for Jonathan—it’s causing strife for the whole family. When James gets into a special school for autistic children, Jonathan and his sister have to make a lot of sacrifices so he can go. Jonathan comes up with an idea to help out the family—but will his plan work, or only lead to more teasing?

This ebook features an illustrated personal history of Ann M. Martin, including rare images from the author’s collection.
 

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User Review  - Heather19 - LibraryThing

*may contain spoilers* This is a very good book that shows a glimpse of what it's like to have a sibling with autism. Jonno, the main character (who I totally thought was the girl on the cover until I ... Read full review

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Contents

James
A School for James
Edweird
Ill Be Rich
TimeSavers
MonkeyintheMiddle
Good News
EZ Seeds
My Brilliant Idea
The Newspaper Disaster
Getting Better
Spring Vacation
Getting Even
Petes Brilliant Idea
The Carnival
Celebrities

The Babysitting Disaster
Teaching James
James Again
A Personal History by Ann M Martin

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About the author (2014)

Ann M. Martin grew up in Princeton, New Jersey. After attending Smith College, where she studied education and psychology, she became a teacher at a small elementary school in Connecticut. Martin also worked as an editor of children’s books before she began writing full time. Martin is best known for the Baby-Sitters Club series, which has sold over one hundred seventy million copies. Her novel A Corner of the Universe won a Newbery Honor in 2003. In 1990, she cofounded the Lisa Libraries, which donates new children’s books to organizations in underserved areas. Martin lives in upstate New York with her three cats.

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