What's Wrong With Alex? - A Story For Siblings And Friends Of Children Diagnosed With Autism
by Sonseeahray Hodge Scott
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Johnny can't wait for his little brother to come home so he can play with him. But soon things start to go off track as his little brother, Alex is not meeting his childhood milestones. "What's wrong with Alex?" helps explain to young children what Autism is like in a language they understand.

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Created on: Jul-27-2011   Published on: Aug-27-2011
Format: 11"x8.5" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Children    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 28 Pages
explaining autism    explaining therapy    friends of autistic children    reading    siblings of autism    therapy   
About Author
Sonseeahray Hodge
Joined: Jul-27-2011

Sonseeahray Hodge Scott is a stay home mother and jewelry designer. She has a B.A. in Theatre with a vocal performance minor. After college, she began working in theatre and taught some children's theatre. Right before she had her first child, she began designing jewelry. She eventually opened her own accessory business, Embellishment Queen. Her line is carried at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Gift Shop and online at sonseeahray.etsy.com. After her youngest son was diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder in 2010, she began writing poetry in her spare time about the experiences she had with her two sons, in particular her experiences with dealing with a child on the spectrum. Her blog, named "Adventures Of Me And Da Boys", with her poetry can be found online at adventuresofmeanddaboys.blogspot.com

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Would like to welcome all the viewers who were referred from the Autism Speaks online resource site!

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