Of Mice And Aliens: An Asperger Adventure (asperger Adventures)
Ben's attempt to cope with his newly diagnosed Asperger Syndrome is complicated by the crash landing in his back yard of an alien who knows nothing about Earth's rules and norms. Kids love this great book. Written by Kathy Hoopmann and the publisher is Jessica Kingsley Pub. It was released around July of 2001. The children's book features Asperger's syndrome as well as Science fiction and Extraterrestrial beings and is regarded as incredibly good fiction. Of Mice And Aliens: An Asperger Adventure (asperger Adventures), an Asperger adventure is the sequel to Blue bottle mystery. The children's book is 108 pages long. If you appreciate this book you may want to read the next book, Lisa and the lacemaker. Let yourself get engrossed within the children's book. To get your personal print of this book for your children, visit the add to cart button on this site.
Jessica Kingsley Pub
Author: Kathy Hoopmann
- Number of Pages: 108
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
The sequel to the recently published Blue Bottle Mystery, this is really a science fiction novel for young children aged 8-13, getting a distinction. As nicely as being a delightful story which young people, particularly those with Asperger Syndrome and their siblings, will enjoy, it can be a valuable teaching tool that presents the individuality of kids with Asperger Syndrome as valid and interesting. Zeke knows nothing at all about Earth's recommendations and norms, and it's up to Ben and his friend Andy to aid him survive. Ben is learning to cope with his newly diagnosed Asperger Syndrome, but when an alien, Zeke, crash-lands in his back yard, things actually get complicated.
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