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The Princess and the Ruby An Autism Fairy Tale
June 18, 2020 Comments.. 592
The Princess and the Ruby An Autism Fairy Tale One icy cold winter night a young girl shows up at the king and new queen s castle doorstep The king recognizes the mystery girl s identity as the long lost princess without her uttering even a single
  • Title: The Princess and the Ruby An Autism Fairy Tale
  • Author: Jewel Kats
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 104
  • Format: None
  • One icy cold winter night a young girl shows up at the king and new queen s castle doorstep The king recognizes the mystery girl s identity as the long lost princess without her uttering even a single word However, the new queen refuses to believe the king s claims A devious plan is hatched and the results are quite fitting A twist on Hans Christen Andersen s The PrincOne icy cold winter night a young girl shows up at the king and new queen s castle doorstep The king recognizes the mystery girl s identity as the long lost princess without her uttering even a single word However, the new queen refuses to believe the king s claims A devious plan is hatched and the results are quite fitting A twist on Hans Christen Andersen s The Princess and the Pea adds to much needed age appropriate literature for girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder.This book recently won a silver medal from the Mom s Choice Awards It s the second book in the Fairy Ability Tales series after Cinderella s Magical Wheelchair.
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    1. Wayne Walker says:

      Have you ever known a person with autism Do you even know what autism is One icy cold winter night, a young girl, about eight, shows up at the king and new queen s castle doorstep, wearing a dark, purple jacket, carrying a black pouch filled with a collection of plain rocks, and not uttering even a single word She twirls, spins in circles, sways back and forth, and plays with her rocks The king believes that she is his long lost autistic daughter by his first wife who had died The new queen, how [...]

    2. Phaedra Seabolt says:

      I haven t read a lot of books on autism, but my gut tells me that there aren t a lot out there aimed at children As adults, we have come across people who are different be it autism, learning disabilities, or just weird personalities We have learned how to react and treat people like that Sure some people react badly to them, but most of us understand that it isn t their fault Teaching our children how to treat special children is one of the many chores that we as parents, aunts or uncles, out e [...]

    3. Jackie says:

      This is a delightful written fairy tale which helps children understand autism In this special needs book fairy tale you will learn that jealousy will never find joy When a missing princess girl shows up at the king and queen s castle doorstep looking shabby, the queen denies she could ever be a princess, but the king does believe and the story continues so that girls with autism will be taken on a magical tale I d recommend this book for parents or teachers to red to their children, it will tea [...]

    4. Lulu says:

      Sweet story.

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