Written with courage and pride, this is a heart wrenching personal story - the truth as an outstanding young man named Jaylon O'Neal lived it. To read his book is to know what it feels like to be qautisticq and to have grown up with the stigmatism that surrounds it. Chapter after chapter, he gives you a glimpse at what itas really like to be qdifferentq.Chapter. 5. =@ Now I may have had something to say about 6th grade, but it wasna#39;t as bad as 7a#39;a#39;a#39;. At least thata#39;s how it ... I walked into my homeroom class and met my homeroom teacher who would also be my 2nd period math teacher Mr. Douglass. Mr. Douglass ... As he was introducing himself, I was gazing out the door of his classroom only to find my friend that I wanted to go to school with walking inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Autism: In My Own Words|
|Author||:||Jaylon V. O'Neal|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2013-03-01|