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Little big sister / written by Amy B. McCoy ; illustrations by Adriana Tonello.

By: McCoy, Amy B.
Contributor(s): Tonello, Adriana [illustrator].
Publisher: North Charleston, SC : CSP Publishing, 2016Copyright date: 2016Description: 139 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780692651414.Subject(s): AUTISM | APRAXIA | ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER | CHILDREN | SIBLINGS | FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS | JUVENILE LITERATURESummary: "Have you ever wondered what life is like for the siblings? Children who grow up with a brother or sister with a disability have unique childhood experiences. Life is difficult, but add in the stress of living with a brother who has autism, and it can feel impossible at times. Discover the highs and lows of being a "Little Big Sister" as you view the world through nine-year-old Katie's eyes. She has an older brother with autism who is loud and acts like a pre-schooler. Katie quickly realizes that most kids just don't "get it" about autism and other disabilities. Find out how Katie, along with her friends Lauren and Bella, are determined to make a difference at their school." - Amazon.com
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"Have you ever wondered what life is like for the siblings? Children who grow up with a brother or sister with a disability have unique childhood experiences. Life is difficult, but add in the stress of living with a brother who has autism, and it can feel impossible at times. Discover the highs and lows of being a "Little Big Sister" as you view the world through nine-year-old Katie's eyes. She has an older brother with autism who is loud and acts like a pre-schooler. Katie quickly realizes that most kids just don't "get it" about autism and other disabilities. Find out how Katie, along with her friends Lauren and Bella, are determined to make a difference at their school." - Amazon.com

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