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How to find a four-leaf clover : what Autism can teach us about difference, connection, and belonging / Jodi Rodgers.

Rodgers, Jodi, (author.).

"A special-education teacher with thirty years of experience working with autistic people gives readers a deeper understanding of and appreciation for the neurodiverse community and looks at ways we can develop more meaningful connections with others."

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  • ISBN: 9780316471978
  • ISBN: 0316471976
  • Physical Description: ix, 270 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Little, Brown Spark, 2024.

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Formatted Contents Note:
Part I. Having a unique perspective: thinking, sensing, and feeling. Emily's diapers ; Eric's bowl ; Sebastian's Spider-Man ; Heidi's bed ; Elliot's clock ; Dylan's hallway ; Sally's food court ; Melanie's hair ; Beth's stake ; Margot's gut ; Nikko's rock ; Ellis's three days -- Part II. Sharing our point of view: expressing and understanding. Jonathan's eleven ; Dennis's nod ; Joseph's Mona Lisa ; Frankie's magic carpet ; Leo's Madonna ; Nash's sneakers ; Jimmy's atlas -- Part III. Empathizing: connecting and belonging. Bradley's goggles ; Alice's dress ; Sara's dating apps ; Aaron's honeymoon ; Harry's trench ; Andre's concerto ; Malik's echidna ; Pete's door ; Imogen's eggs.
Subject: Autistic people > Social conditions.
Autistic people > Family relationships.
Neurodiversity > Social aspects.

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