Rating: 5 out of 5

I found out about this book via a newspaper article and thought it was interesting because of it being a collaborative effort by schoolchildren.

It was easy to read (I know, I’m not the target audience) and M is well described. As are the counsellor, the mother, and the other incidental characters.

My hope is that it describes the kind of feelings that people with autism have. I don’t have autism. I don’t have a child with autism. I do have a friend whose child has autism. So I have an interest in understanding what extra challenges they face together as I want to be a supportive and understanding friend.

Originally posted to my Goodreads account