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Hi all,


The second grade has decided to make raising money for a local support group
for autistic children and their families their spring service project.  One
of the teachers remembers reading a story (probably written in the 80s, but
not necessarily) about an older sister who observes her brother's
experiences at a school just for autistic children.  In particular, the
teacher remembers a scene in which she is watching her brother through a
glass partition as he learns to button his own jacket.


Sound familiar?


Many thanks in advance!


Jennifer England

Lower School Librarian

Heritage Hall School

Oklahoma City, OK


"Wicked people never have time for reading," Dewey said. "It's one of the
reasons for their wickedness." from The Penultimate Peril by Lemony Snicket

Omnia in Libris



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