2008 P.A.L.s Autism Choice Award Winner! Samantha sets out to change her brother, who has Autism, into being normal but first she needs to find out what normal means. This book was written and illustrated by a nine year old girl who has a brother with Autism. The disability is seen through the eyes of a child. Normal is non fiction and is a humorous account of events in Samantha's everyday life experiences. Every sibling of a child with disabilities should read this book. Normal is used in North Carolina Elementary Schools as a learning tool for children of all abilities. "Normal" is the first of two books published By Samantha about her brother. The second is "My Brother Is NOT Special".
"Normal?" Great book for children and adults of all abilities. Should be available in all schools and bookstores. The author shows excellent insight. Working in third grade, I highly recommend this book.
"10 Stars! 2 Thumbs Up! I want to read it again, and again..." What a wonderful and insightful message! Not only can children learn from the author's insight, but adults as well. This book is a MUST HAVE for all educational settings to teach acceptance of children with differences. I commend Samantha for reaching out to others with this book and encourage her to provide us with more stories so that we may learn more from her. Keep up the good work!
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