By Sue Adams
Chris and Andrew are excellent acquaintances, yet occasionally Chris does issues that Andrew does not understand.Chris can pay attention a fly humming while it is a mile away! yet he does not like shiny flashing lighting fixtures just like the ones on Andrew's favorite arcade video game. Chris and Andrew have plenty of enjoyable jointly, yet now and then they snigger at different issues - it isn't important even though, simply because everyone seems to be various, and being varied should be really cool!Chris and Andrew are the following to aid humans comprehend the studies of a kid with autism, and the way others might help by way of knowing how they're diversified, and recognising their many exact talents.This fully-illustrated publication is focused at girls and boys elderly 5+, and likewise serves as a superb place to begin for relatives and school room discussions.
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39 Chris’s classmates know that things sometimes upset him. And maybe the upsetting things are not the same as they were yesterday. 40 But they also know that Chris has a great sense of humour. Different people find different things funny! 41 When someone is different from you, you just need to get to know them. Getting to know people is fantastic. 42 So being different is actually pretty cool! I.
Others find bright lights painful to their eyes. 30 Even people with autism are different from each other! 31 Lots of famous people in history are thought to have had autism. Edison the inventor, Einstein the scientist… 32 …and Mozart the composer. Their ideas were so amazing because they were VERY different from everyone else. 33 Sometimes answers to the teacher’s question rush into Chris’s brain. He has to say them quickly before something else crowds in. 34 He doesn’t mean to take someone else’s turn.
But Chris hears it really loudly. 28 Touching is hard to do sometimes. Chris needs to say “Hi” and wave instead of hugging or shaking hands. It is not because he does not like the other person. 29 Some people with autism really like bright flashing lights. Others find bright lights painful to their eyes. 30 Even people with autism are different from each other! 31 Lots of famous people in history are thought to have had autism. Edison the inventor, Einstein the scientist… 32 …and Mozart the composer.