In this reflective story of Aiden Walsh, the new kid at school with autism, the reader is taken to his poignant yet fulfilling sojourn to acceptance and finding strength within himself. From peering through a frosted window while watching boys and girls playing soccer, Aiden rises from the shackles of autism as he dances across the ballroom floor with the grace and elegance of a swan.
Aiden’s Waltz provides a subtle and visually appealing way to managing autism and bullying to parents, educators, therapists, and just about anyone who seeks to understand the developmental disorder. In the end, the reader learns that children with autism are like every other child who needs love, care and respect.
By: Victoria Marin
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