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Brains, Trains & Video Games (2000)

by Alicia Hart(Favorite Author)
3.66 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: As an ASD parent there were so many familiar moments for me. It is a book that is need of a really good review by an editor. It became very disjointed and extremely repetitive. I don't think I will ever forget how much time he spent at Lab School each day! Way too much personal information. Would have loved to hear more about Ewan and less about everyone else. I did laugh, I did gasp and I did smile.
review 2: As a teacher that's been teaching a while, but new to the EC world and to the many faces of ASD, I loved the insight this mom gives to their journey through the maze of life with a child with ASD. It gives me, as a teacher, some understanding about the spectrum-students I teach...what their challenges look like outside the classroom... I thoroughly enjoy
... moreed the book and how EASY it was to read. Can't wait for the next one! less
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Beautiful and honest portrayal into one mother's journey with autism. Opened my eyes and my heart.
Not perfectly edited and with an abrupt ending, but this is a very interesting read.
the end is so much better than the beginning. look forward to the next.one
Just simply awesome!
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