Iowa Children‘s Choice nominee and I‘ve heard it is a great friendship book!
Loved this book! Loved the lead characters, loved their meet-ups, loved the gradual reveal of the male lead‘s situation! A really satisfying read.
I'm still digesting all my thoughts about this book, it's so well written and touching, and has many elements that readers will relate to - siblings with autism, anxiety, large families, abuse, homelessness. I did find it pretty slow going in the middle and it felt just a little too long, so I did find myself forcing myself through a few chapters which was a shame.
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The narrator has autism, and I enjoyed seeing the world from his viewpoint. I totally relate to the parents trying to accommodate the child and yet help him overcome and learn to live in the world.
Book 3 of the Don Tillman series was not disappointing. I love the other Rosie books and really liked this one too! This one wasn't my favorite of the series but it was still so enjoyable. Don and Rosie are back with their 11 year old son. As usual, problems arise and Don works out a way to fix them all. Fun book! #trilogy
It‘s only fitting that this was one of my final reads of the decade since I read it in 2010 too. I love love this book! Jodi picoult is my favorite author #auldlangreads #2010 #pastreading #day6 #readin2010