Tuesday, September 22, 2015

I Hear A Red Crayon by Bonnie Feuer

This is a very touching, well-written story about life with an autistic older sibling from the point of view of an adolescent.  The author talks about being embarrassed when out in public with her brother and how she wished he could play games with her.  She described his behaviors and how she understood them and told about the fun things they could and did do together as children.  She tells about the good and bad, happy and sad times and how even though she is younger than him, she will always act as the older sibling.  I enjoyed reading this book and I think it can be helpful for teen with autistic siblings as well as to other people.  I received this book free to review from Netgalley.

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