What is it like to be me? : a book about a boy with Asperger's syndrome / Alenka Klemenc, contributions by Brranka D. Jurisic and Katarina Kimpan Erzar, Foreword by Tony Attwood, Illustrations by Ursa Rozic
By: Klemenc, Alenka.
Contributor(s): [author] | [author] | [illustrator] | [foreword].London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2013Description: 96 pages : colour illustrations : 29 x 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781849053754 (alk. paper).Uniform titles: Kako je biti jaz? English Subject(s): ASPERGER SYNDROME | FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS | CHILD PARENT RELATIONSHIPS | JUVENILE LITERATURE | CHILDREN
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Includes bibliographical references.
Foreword by Tony Attwood. - A father's story : my son has Asperger's syndrome. - Hi! My name is Greg. - My senses are very sensitive. - When it all gets too much. - How you can help me calm me down. - There are things I'm not very good at. - When something interests me. - I love routine and order. - The magical world of hidden meanings. - What about emotions? - More about reading faces and understanding what's going on. - Where are you looking? - Me, my school and other children. - I have Asperger's syndrome. - Asperger's syndrome / Branka D. Jurisic. - Asperger's syndrome and the family / Katarina Kompan Erzar
"I strongly recommend this enchanting book for parents, family members (especially grandparents and siblings) and professionals such as teachers, who can quickly learn and appreciate the characteristics of Asperger's syndrome and how they affect the child in the class and the playground, and the therapists and clinicians, who can use the text and illustrations when explaining Asperger's syndrome to a parent or child." - from the Foreword by Tony Attwood