David's World A Picture Book About Living with Autism by Dagmar H. Mueller
  

Synopsis

David's World A Picture Book About Living with Autism by Dagmar H. Mueller

David does not like when people are noisy; he does not like being hugged - not even by his own brother. David does not laugh when happy or cry when sad. He speaks his own language, which is difficult to understand at times. And he eats the same foods almost every day. However, David is a brilliant pianist and seems to have an amazing ability to communicate with the family dog. And even though he is not like most children, through the eyes of his brother we are able to see how he makes progress toward understanding his world.

About the Author

Dagmar H. Mueller was born in 1961 in the Sauerland and grew up in Westphalia and Bavaria in the countryside. She attended high school and university in Hamburg. She has written twenty children's books and a number of adult books. In 2006, she received the Children's Book Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia for her picture book, The Invisible Noa. Verena Ballhaus , born in 1951 in Lower Franconia, grew up in Munich, where she studied art. She has won a number of awards for her artwork, including the German Youth Literature Prize, the Austrian State Prize for Children's Literature in the illustration category, and the Arts Foundation Award.

More books by this author

Other Formats

Book Info

Format

Paperback
28 pages

Author

Dagmar H. Mueller
More books by Dagmar H. Mueller

Publisher

Sky Pony Press an imprint of Skyhorse Publishing

Publication date

18th October 2012

ISBN

9781616089627


I love Lovereading as it provides an honest opinion and showcases a range of fiction. Suited to both parents & kids alike, it’s a must-use.

Georgie Rowe – age 16

I love all the books they recommend & put up for me to review. I also love the fact that they give new authors the chance to share their boo

Daisy Pennock – age 15

LoveReading4Kids is a modern and creative way of emphasising the value and importance of books in this digital age #booksforlife

Amrit Bunet – Teen

It gives me a chance to read types of books that I would not normally try, and it motivates me to read every night to finish it!

Alice Horncastle, age 14

Writing reviews help the children with their literacy skills and we always read the books together which gives us good quality family time!

Cat Bisland (on behalf of the Bi

A great way to introduce kids to great books, authors & genres. Parents can find age-appropriate books to share with their children.

Judi Davies – Aberdare Girls Sch

I love Lovereading4kids because I get an opportunity to put my opinion forward and to try new books

Elosie Clarkson – age 11

We love Lovereading as my 5 year old loves to read new books before anyone else has a chance, she says it makes reading exciting!

Tracey Chorley
Lovereading

Lovereading 4 schools