Little Big Sister by Amy B. McCoy

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"McCoy’s new middle-grade novel explores a young girl’s relationship with her brother who has autism...It’s difficult to write a children’s book that teaches a lesson while remaining engaging and avoiding didacticism. Through first-person narration (from Katie’s point-of-view), McCoy rises to the challenge."
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Meet nine-year-old Katie, the little sister who feels like a big sister. Her eleven-year-old brother, Mikey, has autism. Katie can ride a two-wheeler, but Mikey’s bike still has training wheels. Katie rides the bus to school, while Mikey takes the special needs van. When a new student with special needs joins Katie’s class, she notices that some kids just don’t “get it” about autism and other disabilities. Discover how Katie, along with her friends Lauren and Bella, are determined to make a difference at their school.
 

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Published May 19, 2016 by Amy McCoy. 99 pages
Genres: Children's Books.
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"McCoy’s new middle-grade novel explores a young girl’s relationship with her brother who has autism...It’s difficult to write a children’s book that teaches a lesson while remaining engaging and avoiding didacticism. Through first-person narration (from Katie’s point-of-view), McCoy rises to the challenge."

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