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Alanis's Daily Routine

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 14 Ratings and 13 Reviews

Book Description
Alanis' Daily Routine is a true story about a sweet girl name Alanis D. Newell who is now thirteen years old anduuuuuuuuu she suffers with Autism. Her story tells how she deals with her challenges on a day to day routine. Alanis expresses her emotions and how she has overcome many obstacles while accomplishing her goals.
Book Information
PublisherHalo Publishing International
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages28
ISBN-101935268821
ISBN-13978-1935268826
Publication Date04/19/2011
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About Trauma Fontaine Newell (Author) : New Author of writing Children's Books. My First Book was published in Spring of 2011'. This book is about my daughter who has Autism ASD. I get my inspiration to write from my children's imagination... more
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10/18/2011 Trauma Fontaine Newell said:
My new Book is about my daughter Alanis who has Autism Spectrum Disorder. Alanis deals with her daily routine and challenges with Autism. My family is very proud of her because she has come a very long way. There are many families and children faced with challenges and diversities, who can relate to... more

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