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Asparagus dreams

£16.99

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Expelled from mainstream education and vaguely aware she has something called 'Asparagus' Syndrome, 12-year-old Jessica is sent away to a residential school for young people with autism. Here, at first miserable and misunderstood, she spends the next five years trying to cope with the strict school system - fighting against misguided teacher interventions, dealing with the onset of adolescence and fitting in with the other pupils. Recalling her school years with humour and insight, Jessica takes the reader right inside what it feels like to have AS. Her account will open the eyes of readers to the difficulties, and the rewards, of this condition.

Condition is good, with no remarkable wear or damage

Item details

Author(s):
Jessica Peers
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
235x158x11
EAN-13:
9781843101642
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781843101642
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
218
Publisher:
Jessica Kingsley Publishers

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Expelled from mainstream education and vaguely aware she has something called 'Asparagus' Syndrome, 12-year-old Jessica is sent away to a residential school for young people with autism. Here, at first miserable and misunderstood, she spends the next five years trying to cope with the strict school system - fighting against misguided teacher interventions, dealing with the onset of adolescence and fitting in with the other pupils. Recalling her school years with humour and insight, Jessica takes the reader right inside what it feels like to have AS. Her account will open the eyes of readers to the difficulties, and the rewards, of this condition.

Condition is good, with no remarkable wear or damage

Author(s):
Jessica Peers
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
235x158x11
EAN-13:
9781843101642
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781843101642
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
218
Publisher:
Jessica Kingsley Publishers

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