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Isaac and His Amazing Asperger Superpowers!

By (author) Melanie Walsh
Illustrated by Melanie Walsh
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Mar 2017
Dimensions: w 226mm h 271mm d 8mm
Weight: 215g
ISBN-10: 1406373141
ISBN-13: 9781406373141
Barcode No: 9781406373141
Synopsis
A groundbreaking picture book which explains Asperger's Syndrome in a simple, gentle and positive way to very young children. A groundbreaking picture book, described by the National Autistic Society as "delightful ... full of positive messages", 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. An essential book for anyone wishing to understand more about Asperger's Syndrome.

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A very accessible, positive story explaining Asperger's to young children. Backed by the National Autistic Society, it is an excellent resource for classrooms and libraries. * Bookseller * Groundbreaking picture book explaining Asperger's Syndrome in a simple, gentle, positive way to young children. * The Bookseller * Melanie Walsh's picture book for the very young is visually cartoonish without being patronising. [...] It will appeal to those affected and unaffected by Asperger's [...] It's a wise and cheerful book for anyone who wants to understand the syndrome better. * The Times * ...a book which gently explains Asperger's syndrome to young children. [...] Full of comfort and wisdom - just like Melanie Walsh's Goodbye Grandma * The Herald * [This book] wears its heart on its sleeve [...] It is a good, bright, dauntless book - and does not make the mistake of labouring the detail. * The Observer *