My Brother Sammy

(2 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Sky Pony Press

Review

If only his brother was “normal”. Mum says that Sammy is “special” but the narrator doesn’t want a special brother. He describes a roller coaster of different feelings – loneliness and frustration, sadness and anger, embarrassment and guilt.

With beautiful colour-wash artwork, this picture is a gentle, honest and ultimately positive look at life with autism.

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