Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s

By John Elder Robinson

John was different from the kids his age, so he spent much of his time alone. One day, when another child placed a red block on a stack of blue ones, John became angry and hit the child. As he grew, he developed odd habits such as an inclination to blurt and a love for digging five-foot holes. At 40, he was finally diagnosed with Asperger syndrome. Sad, sweet, funny and moving, this book is definitely a worthwhile read.

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