Rose Robbins - Me And My Sister
This appealing brother and sister duo spend a lot of their day together, eating meals, going to school and playing. But life with an autistic sibling is not always easy.
Told from the point of view of the brother, this is a child’s eye view of what it is like to be the responsible sibling, and at the same time a celebration of the highs and lows of having a much loved but differently abled brother or sister.
'Written with a light and sensitive touch, Robbins' story will strike a chord with every family which has an autistic child, and inform and entertain children from families of every kind.' Lancashire Evening Post
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