Sunday, May 22, 2011

Book Review: How to Talk to an Autistic Kid

How to Talk To an Autistic Kid

Author: Daniel Stefanski ( an autistic kid)

Free Spirit Publishing

43 pages.

2011

This book offers an inside look into what an autistic child wishes others knew and understood. Autism can be in many forms but most forms involve some problems with communication or receiving communication from others.

Daniel is a teen who has autism and he eloquently has explained just what others need to know in order to communicate with kids with autism. He not only gives tips on how to talk to kids with autism, he clearly shows the reader what a child with autism needs from others.

This book will give the reader the tools needed to communicate and talk to a child with autism. It is funny, upbeat, and honest. The book will not only help teachers and peers, but relatives and those who only occassionally come in contact with those with autism.

 The book is truly an inspirational answer for those who just don't know how to act or what to say to those kids who are "different" The book will ease your fears and teach you something about what goes on inside the mind of an autistic child from an autistic child.. what better place to start with understanding and friendship?

Daniel will be at the Book Expo America 2011 to sign copies of his book. If you are there, stop by to chat with Daniel. This young author has much to say.

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