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Playing by the Rules Jody And Her Brother, Josh, Love To Play Board Games In Particular, Josh Loves To Play Animal Sounds Bingo When Aunt Tilda Wants To Play Too, Josh Suddenly Gets Up And Leaves All The Better Thinks Jody, Who Wants To Play A Different Game Anyway And Have Her Aunt S Undivided Attention.

  • Hardcover
  • 28 pages
  • Playing by the Rules
  • Dena Luchsinger
  • English
  • 22 August 2017
  • 1890627836

About the Author: Dena Luchsinger

Besides being an avid reader, I am a writer and a writing tutor at a local community college.



10 thoughts on “Playing by the Rules

  1. says:

    Playing by the Rules was an interesting book to read It takes place in a house setting It talks about the lives of two children, Josh who is autistic and his sister The story starts off by the two children playing animal sounds bingo Josh always wins in that game because he knows each sound that s getting ready to come next, which makes his sister a little upset Aunt Tilda, who is a visitor in their home, comes to where the kids are playing and ask to join in Not used to unfamiliar peopl Playing by the Rules was an interesting book to read It takes place in a house setting It talks about the lives of two children, Josh who is autistic and his sister The story starts off by the two children playing animal sounds bingo Josh always wins in that game because he knows each sound that s getting ready to come next, which makes his sister a little upset Aunt Tilda, who is a visitor in their home, comes to where the kids are playing and ask to join in Not used to unfamiliar people, Josh gets up and walks away Finally happy to play something she enjoy, Josh s sister hurry up and pulls out a gam...

  2. says:

    Josh has autism and his great aunt has come to visit His sister teaches his great aunt all about Josh s special needs This book was interesting but it was poorly written The ending was just thrown in and comes far too suddenly There are other books that handle autism better than this one does Even the illustrations look unfinished and the color escapes some of the lines This like The Curious Incident of the dog in the night time is an book that includes an autistic character but fails to c Josh has autism and his great aunt has come to visit His sister teaches his great aunt all about Josh s special needs This book was in...

  3. says:

    Like several other reviewers have stated this book is pretty poorly written Probably the best thing about this book is that it introduces the reader to PECS as a form of nonverbal communication The sister is kind of a jerk, too I was hoping to seeacceptance inclusion towards the end of the...

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Another excellent children s book on Autism It captures so very well some of the unique characteristics of children with autism We especially liked how they described the boy not liking new people for the same rea...

  5. says:

    while the purpose of the book to help others understand children with autism is great, the attitude and delivery are not the best sister explains much and does it sometimes snidely.

  6. says:

    The message is clear however it misses the mark.AR 3.8

  7. says:

    Terribly written and just thrown together with no real point The sister character was so selfish too Not a book I would ever reccommend to learn about autism.

  8. says:

    autism, brothers, board games, Aunt Tildy visits so sibs get special treats, aunt learns about communication and rules of autistic

  9. says:

    Illustrations are nice, but the story is poorly told and inconsistent.

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