Ann Drew JacksonISBN: 9781931282451Subject(s): Relationship | Personal Perspective | Asperger Syndrome
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Joan Clark's sequel to her popular book, Jackson Whole Wyoming, reintroduces us to Jackson Thomas, a fifth-grade boy with Asperger Syndrome. This time, we find Jackson in a new school with new classmates. Hillary Branson, a spunky, independent classmate of Jackson, tells the story from her perspective - as the classmate assigned to complete a science project with Jackson. Hillary has a serious attitude problem and tends to lie, therefore, it comes as no surprise that when assigned to work with Jackson, she rebels in any way she can. As the story unfolds, the reader begins to see Hillary's troubled background and delight in how she and Jackson discover they have a lot more in common than they ever realized. Appropriate for ages 10-14.