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I See Things Differently

I See Things Differently

A First Look at Autism

  • Author: Pat Thomas
  • Publisher: B.E.S. Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781438004792
  • Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Page: 29
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"This book will help children understand what autism is and how it affects someone who has it."--Amazon.com.

I See Things Differently

I See Things Differently

A First Look at Autism

  • Author: Pat Thomas
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780750280280
  • Category: Autism in children
  • Page: 32
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This picture book introduces children to the concept of respect. Everyone deserves respect, whether it is by being treated fairly or by not being discriminated against because they are different.

My Friend Has Autism [Readers World]

My Friend Has Autism [Readers World]

  • Author: Amanda Doering Tourville
  • Publisher: Capstone
  • ISBN: 1404867023
  • Category:
  • Page: 24
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My friend Zack has a disability called autism. But that doesn’t matter to us. We talk about airplanes, build models, and enjoy hanging out at each other’s house. I’m glad Zack is my friend!

Seeing Things Differently

Seeing Things Differently

  • Author: Janet Kuypers
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 1891470485
  • Category:
  • Page: N.A
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The Art of Creative Thinking

The Art of Creative Thinking

89 Ways to See Things Differently

  • Author: Rod Judkins
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 0698410777
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Page: 208
  • View: 7921
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Get ready to get inspired In short and engaging entries, this deceptively simple volume presents examples of creative thinkers from the worlds of writing, music, architecture, painting, technology, and more, shedding light on their process, and showing how each of us can learn from them to improve our lives and our work. Subjects range from the grueling practice schedule of the Beatles and the relentless revisions of Tolkien, Sondheim, and Picasso to the surprisingly slapdash creation of The Simpsons. You’ll learn about the most successful class in history (in which every student won a Nobel Prize), how frozen peas were invented, why J.K. Rowling likes to write in cafes, and how 95 percent of Apocalypse Now ended up on the cutting-room floor. Takeaways include: - Doubt everything all the time. - Plan to have more accidents. - Be mature enough to be childish. - Contradict yourself more often. - Be practically useless. - If it ain’t broke, break it. - Surprise yourself. - Look forward to disappointment. - Be as incompetent as possible. From the Trade Paperback edition.

A Sickness Can Help to See Things Differently

A Sickness Can Help to See Things Differently

  • Author: Petra Goetzen
  • Publisher: epubli
  • ISBN: 3844292446
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 16
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It is April 2013, and I have survived all the difficulty of the treatments -I am cancer free! I will dedicate this expository story to my family. With this story I would like to thank them for the support and help that they gave to me during my walk through “cancer hell.”

I’m a Reluctant Psychic

I’m a Reluctant Psychic

Learning to Accept Seeing Things Differently

  • Author: Larson Rose
  • Publisher: BalboaPress
  • ISBN: 1452582483
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 94
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“When I was three years old, I told my mother I had spoken to my grandfather in Heaven. When I was five, I experienced my first premonition of death. When I was ten, I saw the ghosts of my grandparents in my room...And with every incident that happened to me, I usually had two reactions. This is really cool, and this creeps me out beyond belief.” This book was created for all those people out there who, like myself, are reluctant to identify as Psychics, Indigo Children, or Earth Angels, etc. It is for all of us skeptics who roll our eyes and say “Fairies? Merpeople? Really?” But deep down inside, it makes sense to us, because we feel we really are Fairies or Merpeople or Indigo Children. So we ask ourselves: “How do I accept this type of spirituality into my life when it goes against so much of what I’ve been taught?”

Need for Living

Need for Living

  • Author: Tom Gordon
  • Publisher: Wild Goose Publications
  • ISBN: 1849521727
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 224
  • View: 7282
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Tom Gordon introduces us to people who have been helped to live until they die, or to live through bereavement when they felt it was never going to be possible, or to live with illness and suffering and problems which threatened to overwhelm them completely. As well as hearing some of their stories, we learn about images and techniques the author has offered to help such people regain meaning and purpose in their lives - to face their need for living. Written when the author worked as a Marie Curie hospice chaplain.

Schizophrenia's Gift

Schizophrenia's Gift

  • Author: Charles Steinbach
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • ISBN: 1105513386
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 396
  • View: 2719
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How I went through life and figured things out dealing with schizophrenia. Understanding my experience with schizophrenia could help your life as well as give you knowledge and understanding of what we can each accomplish. I'm just a person like anyone else, living in two worlds at once.

Urban Narratives

Urban Narratives

Portraits in Progress, Life at the Intersections of Learning Disability, Race, & Social Class

  • Author: David J. Connor
  • Publisher: Peter Lang
  • ISBN: 9780820488042
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 412
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Urban Narratives foregrounds previously silenced voices of young people of color who are labeled disabled. Overrepresented in special education classes, yet underrepresented in educational research, these students - the largest group within segregated special education classes - share their perceptions of the world and their place within it. Eight 'portraits in progress' consisting of their own words and framed by their poetry and drawings, reveal compelling insights about life inside and out of the American urban education system. The book uses an intersectional analysis to examine how power circulates in society throughout and among historical, cultural, institutional, and interpersonal domains, impacting social, academic, and economic opportunities for individuals, and expanding or circumscribing their worlds.