Olivia “Livvie” Owen feels things differently than her parents and two sisters. Livvie is autistic. Her family has had to move repeatedly because of her outbursts. When they again face eviction, Livvie is convinced she has a way to get back to a house where they were all happy, once.
The problem is, Livvie burned down that house.
But she’s not giving up. Here is her story.
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While the whistle at the paper mill in “Nabor-with-an-A” hasn’t blown in a decade and most of the town’s residents have moved to “Neighbor-with-an-E,” 14-year-old autistic Livvie Owen is certain she keeps hearing it, even if no one believes her.| Read Full Review of Livvie Owen Lived Here
We walk with Livvie and her family down the streets of Nabor (not Neighbor, the town next door) and see the houses, the shut-down mill and the school where Livvie interacts with students who face the world with challenges that are different, but not necessarily worse, than those of other children.Jan 04 2011 | Read Full Review of Livvie Owen Lived Here
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