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Get ready to feel mad, sad, happy and excited. This book is a delightful way to open discussions about what makes a mean kid mean, what qualities are relatable in friendships and how a student with autism spectrum disorder learns to fit in.
The author also presents a realistic story about losing a parent and how a mom and son deal with grief. The characters are well developed which makes the reader not want to put the book down.
My classroom enjoyed this book and the short chapters made grasping the main idea a breeze.
Great book for an upper elementary aged student. The author's point of view is a powerful way to learn about students with autism and their experiences in school. I suggest parents read this as well and use it as a way to discuss how we treat each other regardless of our differences.
I`m 10 years old and red this book for battle of the books club. This book is funny and emotional. I love the idea of a book about a kid who has autism who went to school for the first time. Even if it has a large amount of pages you can read it really fast. I hope to make it into the battle of the books competition.
As a young college student on autism spectrum, I connected so much to Lester’s story. From the way he described the way he saw the world to the way he overcame so many challenges. The book was beautifully written, I read the whole thing in a day.