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Crystalline Lifetime: Fragments of Asperger Syndrome By Luke Jackson,

  • Title: Crystalline Lifetime: Fragments of Asperger Syndrome
  • Author: Luke Jackson
  • ISBN: 9781843104438
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • This beautiful book is written by an astute 17 year old with Aspergers Syndrome It tells some of his life story in his own poetic words I am sure many of you, with or without Aspergers, will relate to his poetry, photography and illustrations This book lets us gently into his world and shares with us some of the challenges he faced as an adolescent on the autistic spec This beautiful book is written by an astute 17 year old with Aspergers Syndrome It tells some of his life story in his own poetic words I am sure many of you, with or without Aspergers, will relate to his poetry, photography and illustrations This book lets us gently into his world and shares with us some of the challenges he faced as an adolescent on the autistic spectrum NAGC Magazine A remarkable achievement for a teenager seeking to find his way through the confusion and frustration of living with Asperger syndrome Current Awareness ServiceThis illustrated collection of Luke Jackson s insightful and often poignant poems offers a glimpse of the emotional and visual sensibilities of people on the autism spectrum in their adolescent years perhaps the most challenging time for anyone with Asperger Syndrome AS Luke writes perceptively about identity, struggle, loneliness, love and the pursuit of happiness, and about finding calm amid the often overwhelming confusion and frustration that accompanies AS.
    Crystalline Lifetime Fragments of Asperger Syndrome This beautiful book is written by an astute year old with Aspergers Syndrome It tells some of his life story in his own poetic words I am sure many of you with or without Aspergers will relate to

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    1. Not usually a fan of modern poetry but was intrigued by the perception of the author, gives a unique incite into a misunderstood issue.

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