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    Note I have autismI have to admit I was on the verge of crying at some partsbecause this book is everything I've wanted to tell the world but didn't know howit made me understand myself a bit better because like the author I am not always sure why I do the things I doIt is one of those books I want as many as

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    This is a great book to be written by someone of any age and the fact that it is written by a 13 year old is amazing The book reads like a FA of uestions that anybody especially a parent of children with Autism or Asperger Syndrome have askedshouted at their children about why they keep doing certain things I b

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    This is the most illuminating insight into the mind of an autistic child that I've seen Naoki Higashida was born in 1992 and was diagnosed with autism when he was 5 One of his teachers designed an alphabet grid to help Naoki communicate his thoughts which were then printed into a book in Japan in 2007 The writer David Mitchell who has an autistic son found it and pushed to get an English translation published In the introduction Mitchell

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    I would be skeptical that this book was written by any 13 year old with or without autism I'm putting it on my shelf next to Three Cups of Tea and A Million Little Pieces This is the longer review I wrote on comhttpwwwreviewR1XCAT7T

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    I find it hard to believe most of this bookFirst as a speech therapist I am puzzled as to why Naoki can read aloud but have such severe difficulties speaking to people despite having such well developed language and great insight into his difficulties He seems to have it all figured out and yet being just one step away from making changes to his communication style he settled into using an alphabet board not the most efficient

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    Idiot savant author or has Dad had a hand in this?What to say about this book? It feels like half of it is the genuine thoughts and explanations for autism by an unusually intelligent child who suffers from severe autism view spoilerI am a bit fed up with the memoirs of people who live uite independently in the w

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    I'd read some of the pro and anti reviews of this book by an autistic 13 year old Japanese boy before I sat down to read i

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    35 starsThis book was intriguing I'm taking it with a grain of salt though because I've been monitoring reviews about it First I'll t

  9. says:

    My son Sammy is 17 He has autism the severe variety He'll never be completely independent He's very damaged He's happy much of the time he has a sweet disposition but we mostly don't know what he is thinking and feeling He makes noise but he doesn't speak He communicates through his IPad's touch screen just okay and through pointing He talked

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    My eldest son has Asperger's syndrome and while not locked into wordlessness in the same way the author was when he was little he shares some of the behaviours described in this book most notably the one on the cover he jumps He also intersperses that with bouncing up and down on a large gym ball and running up and down corridors And you know what I'd never asked him why he did these things He just did them Naoki Higashida though

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Ggeration to say that The Reason I Jump allowed me to round a corner in our relationship” This translation was a labor of love by David and his wife KA Yoshida so they’d be able to share that feeling with friends the wider autism community and beyond Naoki’s book in its beauty truthfulness and simplicity is a gift to be sharedPraise for The Reason I Jump“This is an intimate book one that brings readers right into an autistic mind” Chicago Tribune Editor’s Choice“Amazing times a million” Whoopi Goldberg People“ The Reason I Jump is a Rosetta stone 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 UK“Extraordinary moving and jeweled with epiphanies” The Boston Globe  “Small but profound Higashida’s startling moving insights offer a rare look inside the autistic mind” Parade From the Hardcover editio. 35 starsThis book was intriguing I m taking it with a grain of salt though because I ve been monitoring reviews about it First I ll talk about my thoughts though then address concerns I thought this book was wonderful The writing was lovely with a lot of insightful analogies and heartwarming metaphors I thought the uestion and answer format with fictional works inserted in between was very to the point and interesting Overall I learned a lot from this and it made me consider a perspective I knew very little about But that s also the troubling thing a lot of readers who have autism or mothers of autistic children are suspicious that this book was embellished during its conception and its translation The authenticity of it is uestioned which is something you really have to know going into this book Many of the positive reviews are from mothers or siblings or relatives of people with autism saying I finally know what s it s like for them but this could be misinformation Just something to consider if you want to pick this up If you are a person with autism who has read this book or are interested in reading it I d love to know how accurate or inaccurate it is Love is Blind labor of Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia love by David and his wife KA Yoshida so they’d be able to share that feeling with friends the wider autism community and beyond Naoki’s book in its beauty truthfulness and simplicity is a gift to be sharedPraise for The Reason I Jump“This is an intimate book one that brings readers right into an autistic mind” Chicago Tribune Editor’s Choice“Amazing times a million” Whoopi Goldberg People“ The Reason I Jump is a Rosetta stone 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 UK“Extraordinary moving and jeweled with epiphanies” The Boston Globe  “Small but profound Higashida’s startling moving insights offer a rare Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch look inside the autistic mind” Parade From the Hardcover editio. 35 starsThis book was intriguing I m taking it with a grain of salt though because I ve been monitoring reviews about it First I Catching Fire lovely with a The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) lot of insightful analogies and heartwarming metaphors I thought the uestion and answer format with fictional works inserted in between was very to the point and interesting Overall I The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, learned a Incubus lot from this and it made me consider a perspective I knew very The Sharpe Companion The Early Years little about But that s also the troubling thing a Tantra y salchicha. La vía sabrosa al sexo sagrado lot of readers who have autism or mothers of autistic children are suspicious that this book was embellished during its conception and its translation The authenticity of it is uestioned which is something you really have to know going into this book Many of the positive reviews are from mothers or siblings or relatives of people with autism saying I finally know what s it s Textbook of Clinical Hemodynamics like for them but this could be misinformation Just something to consider if you want to pick this up If you are a person with autism who has read this book or are interested in reading it I d

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“One of the most remarkable books I’ve ever read It’s truly moving eye opening incredibly vivid” Jon Stewart The Daily ShowNAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BYNPR • The Wall Street Journal • Bloomberg Business • BookishFINALIST FOR THE BOOKS FOR A BETTER LIFE FIRST BOOK AWARD • NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERYou’ve never read a book like The Reason I Jump Written by Naoki Higashida a very smart very self aware and very charming thirteen year old boy with autism it is a one of a kind memoir that demonstrates how an autistic mind thinks feels perceives and responds in ways few of us can imagine Parents and family members who never thought they could get inside the head of their autistic loved one at last have a way to break through to the curious subtle and complex life within   Using an alphabet grid to painstakingly construct words sentences and thoughts that he is unable to speak out lo. Note I have autismI have to admit I was on the verge of crying at some partsbecause this book is everything I ve wanted to tell the world but didn t know howit made me understand myself a bit better because like the author I am not always sure why I do the things I doIt is one of those books I want as many as people as possible to read to try and understand people with autism a bit better and get rid of misconceptions El Gaucho Martín FierroLa vuelta de Martín Fierro like The Reason I Jump Written by Naoki Higashida a very smart very self aware and very charming thirteen year old boy with autism it is a one of a kind memoir that demonstrates how an autistic mind thinks feels perceives and responds in ways few of us can imagine Parents and family members who never thought they could get inside the head of their autistic Fragonard Art and Eroticism loved one at Mao Zedong last have a way to break through to the curious subtle and complex The Monarchs Are Missing life within   Using an alphabet grid to painstakingly construct words sentences and thoughts that he is unable to speak out Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding like the author I am not always sure why I do the things I doIt is one of those books I want as many as people as possible to read to try and understand people with autism a bit better and get rid of misconceptions

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Ud Naoki answers even the most delicate uestions that people want to know uestions such as “Why do people with autism talk so loudly and weirdly” “Why do you line up your toy cars and blocks” “Why don’t you make eye contact when you’re talking” and “What’s the reason you jump” Naoki’s answer “When I’m jumping it’s as if my feelings are going upward to the sky” With disarming honesty and a generous heart Naoki shares his uniue point of view on not only autism but life itself His insights into the mystery of words the wonders of laughter and the elusiveness of memory are so startling so strange and so powerful that you will never look at the world the same way again   In his introduction bestselling novelist David Mitchell writes that Naoki’s words allowed him to feel for the first time as if his own autistic child was explaining what was happening in his mind “It is no exa. Idiot savant author or has Dad had a hand in thisWhat to say about this book It feels like half of it is the genuine thoughts and explanations for autism by an unusually intelligent child who suffers from severe autism view spoilerI am a bit fed up with the memoirs of people who live uite independently in the world and write their stories of autism when it is uite obvious that they have Asperger s a much milder form Fed up even if I enjoy their books hide spoiler