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Isaac And His Amazing Asperger Superpowers!

A groundbreaking picture book which explains Asperger's Syndrome in a simple, gentle and positive way to very young children.

Meet Isaac. He's a superhero! He might look like everyone else, but he has a kind of autism called Asperger's. Inside this book he'll tell you all about what it's like to have his Asperger superpowers.

A groundbreaking picture book which presents Asperger's Syndrome sensitively, positively and in an accessible way to very young children. An essential resource for families, relatives and schools wishing to understand more about Asperger's Syndrome and ASD.

Review:

"This is a delightful book which will appeal to young children. Full of positive messages, and big bright illustrations it will help the whole family to appreciate both the challenges faced by children with autism, as well as their 'superhero' strengths, and gives some simple strategies for building on each child's abilities." - Director for the National Autistic Society's Centre for Autism.

"This book is a valuable first step in the journey of self-awareness of the Asperger's child." - Clinical endorsement from the Programme Director of Aspire at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Author Bio:

Melanie Walsh studied at Harrow School of Art and the Royal College of Art. She has now written over forty children's books.

Melanie says, "This is the book my son didn't have when he was young. I wanted to write a book that explained Asperger's Syndrome to classmates, friends and relatives in a simple, gentle and positive way. Children who have ASD do have challenges, but also many amazing strengths." Melanie lives with her family in Bath.

 

Isaac And His Amazing Asperger Superpowers!

Author: Melanie Walsh

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