Someone You Might Know

  • by Claudia Retif Barrett
  • Narrated by Rebecca Maria
  • 0 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A friend, family member, or someone you might know in school, your neighborhood, church, or synagogue has been diagnosed with Asperger's, Autism, ADD, ADHD, or PDD.


What does this mean to you?
What's your role in this?
What can you do to help?

In this short and easy to listen to book, you will learn what people who struggle with these conditions go through every day. It will help you understand them better and know how to relate to them. Share it with others and help our world become more accepting and friendlier to someone you might know.

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Loved it👌

A great way to make understanding easy for young children.
I requested this book in exchange for my honest review to share with my 6 year old granddaughter Bella.
My neighbor has a daughter around the same age with Asperger's.
The two girls hit it off instantly and now they are inseparable.
Bella does get confused about her friend's behavior sometimes.
This book is right on her level.
With a better understanding of what her friend is going through, Bella's happy ☺
I highly recommend this book for teachers K - 2nd grade because of the short length its perfect to share in class.


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- mandymay

Perfect for sharing with kids and school groups!

Someone You Might Know is a quick little presentation in which the author shares recognizable circumstances in which the odd child at school or around the neighborhood might have a spectrum disorder that would explain their behavior and that everyone should treat them kindly and not single them out. This is always an important message and this audio presentation is just right to get this simple message out!
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- BuildItLikeBeal

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-01-2017
  • Publisher: 12 Springs Publications