“I Am in Here” by Elizabeth M. Bonker and Virginia G Breen

I Am in Here by Elizabeth M. Bonker and Virginia G Breen

How refreshing to find the story of an autistic girl for a change?  Not that this is the first by any means, but there are certainly fewer.  Here we read about Elizabeth, who is non-verbal, and how she learns to communicate through her poetry, which provides a staggering insight into the complex and super-sensitive world that many of our children experience.

It is also the story of a journey of faith, about the comfort of prayer, the search for health and a cure, if only to learn and understand the true healing power of acceptance.

Together, they provide inspiration to others to stay strong, keep trying and find joy in the small victories.

Published by Revell.

Available from Amazon, here.

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Have you read this book?  What books about Autism have you read lately?

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