Fisher's Autism Trilogy

Fisher s Autism Trilogy This is the entire Fisher Stevens Autism Trilogy Through Fisher s Eyes Dark Spectrum A Problem With the Moon Fisher and his autistic friends learn that they have amazing super powers They use them in

  • Title: Fisher's Autism Trilogy
  • Author: Paul C. Nelson
  • ISBN: 9781540703248
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the entire Fisher Stevens Autism Trilogy Through Fisher s Eyes, Dark Spectrum A Problem With the Moon Fisher and his autistic friends learn that they have amazing super powers They use them in many adventures as they encounter bullies, ghosts, demons and aliens Great reading for all ages, but especially for teens and young adults

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    Fisher's Autism Trilogy

    About "Paul C. Nelson"

    1. Paul C. Nelson

      I m a retired middle school teacher, widower, proud autism dad and advocate I write simple books of autism fiction.etely non award winning of any type.


    1. I wrote this trilogy It is a labor of love, inspired by my autistic son, Michael The main character, Fisher, is based on my son Writing Through Autistic Eyes Paul Nelson In 2013, after a 16 year battle with lupus, my wife, Cynthia passed away Our son, Michael, had been diagnosed with autism in 2000 Michael is mostly non verbal, with moderately severe autism After Cynthia s death, I thought long and hard about how Michael saw what was happening in his life I knew I wanted to write young adult fic [...]

    2. This is a heart warming story of a father and his unconditional love towards his son Fisher This book will teleport you to a world filled with love, understanding acceptance great adventures and redemption What I loved the most was how Paul invited everyone to be open minded towards the unknown, not to be discriminative and treat his next as equal regardless of his race, religion and condition be it physical or mental It takes a lot of courage to stand by the things you believe in and protect t [...]

    3. Despite this book being probably better aimed at teen or young adult readers I still took a lot from it and found it such an enjoyable read With Super Hero graphic novels and movies so popular these days I m sure that Fisher s Autism Trilogy is going to be a big hit It comes across that the author of the book is also a father of a child with autism, as there is real tenderness and feeling in the writing rather than them being portrayed as caricatures Each of the three instalments is an adventure [...]

    4. Written by the father of a wonderful autistic boy named Michael, Fisher s Autism Trilogy is exciting, inspiring and full of adventure It s a touching collective of fictional stories, based on the real life of Michael, who is autistic , and his father, Paul It showcases his real life difficulties and struggles, as well as his triumphs and marvelous abilities This is a full trilogy in one book.The first book in the trilogy is called Through Fisher s Eyes It s an enjoyable, touching, and simplistic [...]

    5. Fisher s Autism Trilogy is a charming and heart warming collection of tales, centred around Fisher and his friends Fisher has autism and finds it hard to communicate his father Paul has been his sole carer for many years In the first book we learn about his autism, how it affects him and about his life However, Fisher has regular visits from a strange being called Michael, who tells him that he has special powers, as do other young people with special needs Fisher learns to harness these powers [...]

    6. Every kid deserves to feel special Thats a fact And that s exactly what this book attempts, sucessfully, to portray.Unfortunately there are many stigmas around a condition such as autism, people make assumptions and cast them out, we have seen this many times People are cruel And in this book we do see that as well, because it s reality and if those kids have to deal with it, the least we can do is listen So please listen to the message of this book, that shows not only the harsh side of reality [...]

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