The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism

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Higashida, Naoki
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Descripción Random House, 2013. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: "Small but profound . . . [Higashida''s] startling, moving insights offer a rare look inside the autistic mind." -- Parade " The Reason I Jump is a Rosetta stone. . . . I had to keep reminding myself that the author was a thirteen-year-old boy when he wrote this . . . because the freshness of voice coexists with so much wisdom. This book takes about ninety minutes to read, and it will stretch your vision of what it is to be human." --Andrew Solomon, The Times (U.K.) "We have our received ideas, we believe they correspond roughly to the way things are, then a book comes along that simply blows all this so-called knowledge out of the water. This is one of them. . . . An entry into another world." -- Daily Mail (U.K.) "Every page dismantles another preconception about autism. . . . Once you understand how Higashida managed to write this book, you lose your heart to him." -- New Statesman (U.K.) "Astonishing. The Reason I Jump builds one of the strongest bridges yet constructed between the world of autism and the neurotypical world. . . . There are many more questions I''d like to ask Naoki, but the first words I''d say to him are ''thank you.''" -- The Sunday Times (U.K.) "This is a guide to what it feels like to be autistic. . . . In Mitchell and Yoshida''s translation, [Higashida] comes across as a thoughtful writer with a lucid simplicity that is both childlike and lyrical. . . . Higashida is living proof of something we should all remember: in every autistic child, however cut off and distant they may outwardly seem, there resides a warm, beating heart." -- Financial Times (U.K.) "Higashida''s child''s-eye view of autism is as much a winsome work of the imagination as it is a user''s manual for parents, carers and teachers. . . . This book gives us autism from the inside, as we have never seen it. . . . [Higashida] offers readers eloquent access into an almost entirely unknown world." -- The Independent (U.K.) "Like millions of parents confronted with autism, Mitchell and his wife found themselves searching for answers and finding few that were satisfactory. Help, when it arrived, came not from some body of research but from the writings of a Japanese schoolboy, Naoki Higashida. The Reason I Jump . . . is a book that acts like a door to another logic, explaining why an autistic child might flap his hands in front of his face, disappear suddenly from home--or jump." -- The Telegraph (U.K.) "This is a wonderful book. I defy anyone not to be captivated, charmed and uplifted by it." -- Evening Standard (London) "Whether or not you have experienced raising a child who is autistic . . . this little book, which packs immeasurable honesty and truth into its pages, will simply detonate any illusions, assumptions, and conclusions you''ve made about the condition. . . . What Higashida has done by communicating his reality is to offer carers a way forward and offer teachers new ways of working with the children, and thus opening up and expanding the possibilities for autistic kids to feel less alone. All that in less than 200 pages? What an accomplishment." -- The Herald (Dublin) " The Reason I Jump is an enlightening, touching and heart-wrenching read. Naoki asks for our patience and compassion--after reading his words, it''s impossible to deny that request." -- Yorkshire Post (U.K.) " The Reason I Jump is a wise, beautiful, intimate and courageous explanation of autism as it is lived every day by one remarkable boy. Naoki Higashida takes us ''behind the mirror''--his testimony should be read by parents, teachers, siblings, friends, and anybody who knows and loves an autistic person. I only wish I''d had this book to defend myself when I was Naoki''s age." --Tim Page, author of Parallel Play and professor of journalism and music at the University of Southern California "[Higashida] illuminates his autism from within. . . . Anyone struggling to understand autism w. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0812994868

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