Riding the Short Bus honestly describes the heartbreak and humor (believe it or not) that comes with having an autistic child. Written by a human parent -- not a superhero -- for other overwhelmed parents, it's about the parents' wild ride. This is the book that you might be able give to grandparents or friends and say, aThis is what weare going through.a Find out how other parents have accepted autism, become more confident, and learned to appreciate the unique experience of being an autistic childas parent.If I didna#39;t know what it was for four years, how are you entitled to an opinion? ... I leaned over my shopping cart and said, aExcuse me, but youa#39;re sneering at my kid. ... I got in my car and drove around the parking lot, looking for the woman.
|Title||:||Riding the Short Bus: A Parent's Joy-Ride with Autism|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2013-01-10|