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My brother is different : a parents' guide to help children cope with an autistic sibling ; My brother is different : a sibling's guide to coping with autism

Author: Barbara J Morvay; Lisa Confora
Publisher: Ashland, OH : Bookmasters, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Mixed form : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book is two-sided : Part I is for parents dealing with the realities of life with an autistic child, explaining the book's purpose and use. Part II, the first story, should be read to the "normal" child. It tells of parents dealing with an autistic child and the effect it has on their other child, providing straight talk about a difficult subject. Part III is written addressing the other child about what autism  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
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Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara J Morvay; Lisa Confora
ISBN: 9780970958211 0970958218
OCLC Number: 614057318
Notes: "M7040."
Flip book. No collective t.p.; titles transcribed from individual covers; the texts are bound back-to-back.
Credits: "Illustrations by Lisa Confora."
Description: 10, 73 pages : color illustrations ; 22 x 28 cm
Contents: Part I : A parents guide to help children cope with an autistic sibling --
Part II : A sibling's guide to coping with autism --
Part III : Positive Affirmations.
Other Titles: My brother is different : a sibling's guide to coping with autism
Parents' guide to help children cope with an autistic sibling
Sibling's guide to coping with autism
Responsibility: written by Barbara J. Morvay.

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This book is two-sided : Part I is for parents dealing with the realities of life with an autistic child, explaining the book's purpose and use. Part II, the first story, should be read to the "normal" child. It tells of parents dealing with an autistic child and the effect it has on their other child, providing straight talk about a difficult subject. Part III is written addressing the other child about what autism is and how it impacts the autistic child and the other members of his family, shared using the perspective of the child's parents from the story in Part II addressing the "normal" child, concluding with a series of positive statements intended to be repeated aloud by the child affirming both himself and his autistic brother and an upbeat ending to the story in Part II.

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