(DOWNLOAD) The Mind Tree A Miraculous Child Breaks the Silence of Autism


Second when he s 11 and the writing is breathtaking His story is captivating and interspersed with his poetry I highly recommend this book for anyone who spends time with children or is captivating and interspersed with his poetry I highly recommend this book for anyone who spends time with children or who has ever been curious about autism Wow This was a crazy look into the mind of an autistic kid He describes having two selves and the crazy look into the mind of an autistic kid He describes having two selves and the one ust can t assert itself fascinating This book was pretty amazing I don t know if any of you have seen the documentary on the East Indian woman who was able to get her nonverbal Autistic son the speak through writing Turns out they do have something to say and are perfectly aware of what you are saying to them They ust aren t capable of reciprical language Awesome story I can t believe half this was written by an 8 yr old and the second half was written by him at the age of 11 Not to mention that he s autistic What an eye opening insight into autism especially the impaired motor planning for some people This book was very helpful to me as a special education teacher of preschool students when I read it back in 2005 and I had to #read it again So glad I did I can t believe this book was written by an autistic little kid He #it again So glad I did I can t believe this book was written by an autistic little kid He has SO much to give and I can t wait to read of his booksAnd all the respect for his powerful mother who was pushing him to do and believing in him when he felt like giving Hen he was 8 to 11 years old comprising profound and startling philosophical prose and poetry His beautifully crafted language reveals how it feels to be locked inside an autistic body and mind The Mind Tree is the work of an artist With each page Tito bursts through his silence into a world of art beauty and hope. .

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On the one hand this was fascinating On the other hand it was a slog to read Having a uniue story doth not a great storyteller make Also there were a number of honestly unbelievable elements To This Story Autistic Brains Would Have this story Autistic brains would have work VERY differently from regular people s for Tito to remember that much from when he was a 25 year old to be spelling full ideas using an alphabet board by age three and writing love poetry by age five I mean seriously Something doesn t compute That said if you have a #General Curiosity About The #curiosity about the life of the autistic mind or want insight into why they have the tics they do this is a great book 45 starsWhen the sun goes down and the earth grows uiet in a deep penance when the life around breathes the cool west wind when Amazing read if you are interested in getting inside the mind of a non verbal person with autism Hard to believe it was written by a child I suspect that when one does not have the tools to communicate outwardly ones inward thoughts can be uite complex This book was interesting in that it was written by a boy with autism when he was between 8 14 years old Tito is essentially non boy with autism when he was between 8 14 years old Tito is essentially non so the fact that he is as elouent and well spoken in writing as he is is astounding It was interesting to view the world from his perspective But I m only giving this book 2 stars because in the end. Once in a great while a special person emerges in the history of science and medicine whose uniue set of characteristics sheds light on an entire disorder and sometimes even on the mysteries of the human brain Tito is such a person Although he is severely autistic and nearly nonverbal his ability to communicate th. .

It was ust ok I liked first three biographical sections #of book than the last two which were fictional pieces #the book than the last two which were fictional pieces by Tito And the book didn t really grab me I don t think it will be memorable But still the author behind the book is completely inspiring and i m glad to know a little I m glad to know a little his story Wonderful book that goes into the mind of an autistic I am a High functioning autistic known as Aspbergers though I think they decided to disregard the name now I can see how his world is very severly fragmented I felt at times seperated from the outside world and my inner world seemed real really comforting and controlled I can only imagine not being able to speak and prove to everybody of your intellegence This is a great book for those parents who struggle to understand their autistic child no matter where they are at on the continum I hope we continue to have autistics who can write about their personal experiences it makes it easier to understand them People really need to respect and accept them that it isn t a disease or really a disorder it s another way of being though sometimes they need help with interactions and in understanding others They don t need to be taught to be like the rest of the world ust to know how to communicate with the rest of the world Completely amazing The first half was written when he was 8 and the. Rough his extraordinary writing is astonishing At the age of three Tito was diagnosed with severe autism but his mother with boundless hope and determination read to him and taught him to write in English She also challenged him to write his own stories The result of their efforts is this remarkable book written ,

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The Mind Tree A Miraculous Child Breaks the Silence of Autism