Anderson prefers to do everything alone. One day a new kid named Sam joins him for lunch. Anderson is surprised and doesn’t know what to say. But Sam’s friendliness gives Anderson the courage to tell him a little about himself, such as his love for (ornithology) birdwatching. To his surprise, Sam wants to go birdwatching with him.
Anderson’s story helps children recognize that being friends with someone different is rewarding. In addition, it shows how children with Asperger’s syndrome can become true and loyal friends when given a chance. This is not a book about autism. This book is about Anderson, a child with autism, and his amazing hobby. To buy the book, click here.
Johnny Fry was the first western rider for the Pony Express. From his humble beginnings in Missouri to his exciting first ride in 1860, Johnny never gave up . Even though he was small for his age, his love for horses helped him become one of the true heroes of the American west. With practice and determination, Johnny learned to ride like the wind. To buy the book, click here.
Corban has nightmares, and the worst one is about creepy, crawly, slimy Critters invading his house. He talks to his mom, teacher, and even his best friend Jax, and their advice
only worsens the nightmares. Only when he learns to use his mind tools can he overcome his fears and get rid of the critters once and for all.
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