Rose Robbins - Talking Is Not My Thing
The autistic sister of this delightful sibling duo knows what she wants to say, but can’t say it out loud. However, there is plenty of fun she and her brother can have together without verbal communication, and she is often one step ahead of him.
- Positive image of an autistic and less abled non verbal character, who is the main protagonist in the story
- The story is, unusually, told from the sister's point of view, using a mixture of thought and speech bubbles
- A humorous and upbeat book to return to again and again
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