New book encourages kids with autism to recognize their strengths and find their own way.
Little Brady loves all things French. Given the opportunity to move to France, he learns all he can to be a part of that world. He discovers, no matter how hard he tries, he will never be French.
Brady learns, with his mother’s help, that although he may never be French, he can still belong in his own way at his own pace. After all, even the Eiffel Tower was once an outcast in its own city, and now its uniqueness adds to the beauty of the Parisian landscape.
What would you do if you moved to a foreign country where you don’t know the language or customs? Now imagine making it through an entire day where you don’t seem to belong. Where the unfamiliar sounds, sights and smells
add to your growing uneasiness. What if I told you this is how many people with autism live their whole life? Join little Brady as he learns to find his way and accept himself.