Dec 02, 2020
Through Fisher's Eyes: An Autism Adventure
Posted by Paul Nelson

Fisher Stevens is 17, and has autism He lives with his dad His mom has passed away after a long illness Fisher s brain sees hundreds of pictures each minute He uses these pictures, and his autism, to guide him through an amazing series of adventures, with the help of a mysterious friend, Michael, and his life skills classmates.

  • Title: Through Fisher's Eyes: An Autism Adventure
  • Author: Paul Nelson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    Through Fisher s Eyes An Autism Adventure Fisher Stevens is and has autism He lives with his dad His mom has passed away after a long illness Fisher s brain sees hundreds of pictures each minute He uses these pictures and his autism to

    Ruth Turner

    This is a tricky one to review for me as I almost feel like Book 1 should be stand alone, and books 2 3 would be absolutely adored by my nephew Book 1 follows the thoughts of Fisher, an autistic lad on the brink of manhood who doesn t speak out loud but communicates with the reader in short blasts on various topics via his writing I was 3 pages in and had goose bumps I really felt as if I was in Fisher s head, and seeing the world through his eyes, and it was absolutely magical I think book 1 is [...]


    Frances

    I heard of this book from BookTasters I was interested in it because I have family members and friends who are either on the autism spectrum or have a child who is I found this to be an enjoyable story I like the main character, Fisher, a lot He is on the autism spectrum and his speech is affected In this story we read his words The author did such a wonderful job with writing this book that, in the first half of the book, I often forgot it wasn t real I like the way the author includes other ch [...]


    Chelsey Sizemore

    Really enjoyed this trilogy Would be a great book for younger readers It s a really neat perspective to read from and gives a better understanding of what people with autism go through Really puts into perspective how misunderstood people with disabilities are treated daily, while also telling an interesting story to captivate readers Really well done


    MiriamSantos

    All people on Earth who have disabilities are people who have great power Not all of them know it Through Fisher s Eyes Michael Let me just start by saying I m very happy this book was wtitten Not everyone takes their life s experience and writes it down like Paul Nelson did This book was amazing, it made me laugh and it made me think a lot As a teacher I personally think this book should be in every school, in every English class and also in every student s backpack If you don t know this book [...]



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