Children’s Book Review: I Hear a Red Crayon by Bonnie Feuer

 A powerful book as Bonnie Feuer shares growing up with an autistic brother. Bonnie does a good job of sharing with us her life with her brother Mark and showing us what it is like growing up with an autistic sibling, and, yes, maybe even a little even bit what in might be like to have autism.

The heartache and joy that comes from growing up with someone who is a little bit different and can’t always relate to the world in the same way.

A sweet, sweet story.

I would think that anyone who knew someone with autism would benefit from this book. Especially families who deal with it every day. But then, maybe it’s just something that everyone should read – if only to glimpse the larger world and see the different kinds of people in it.

Thanks to NetGalley, The Connecticut Press, and IBPA for a copy in return for an honest review.

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