Raising Kids on the Spectrum – Chicken Soup for the Soul (G!veaway – Canada and US)

In my early 20s, I had the opportunity to work with individuals who had autism. While there were a lot of challenges, I was always amazed at how brilliant some of these people were. I also wondered how frustrating it might be for them because most of them had difficulty communicating.

Since that time, I’ve gotten to know a number of families with children who have Autism and Asperger’s. I’ve seen cheers and tears as these families work together to develop an understanding of Autism and Asperger’s.

Raising Kids on the Spectrum

I think that the newest Chicken Soup for the Soul book – Chicken Soup for the Soul: Raising Kids on the Spectrum – is a great read for anyone with someone who has Austism or Asperger’s in their life.

101 Inspirational Stories for Parents of Children with Autism and Asperger’s

If you are the parent of a child — from newborn to college age — with autism or Asperger’s, you will find support, advice, and insight in this collection. With its 101 stories from other parents and experts, this book will comfort, encourage, and uplift you. Stories cover everything from the serious side and the challenges, to the lighter side and the positives, of raising a special child on the autism spectrum.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Raising Kids on the Spectrum is truly inspiring and helped me to see the complexity of these family dynamics in a new light.

Giveaway: Three (3) readers from Canada or the US (excluding Quebec) will each win a copy of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Raising Kids on the Spectrum.

Remember, you must complete the mandatory entry in order for your extra entries to count (entries without the mandatory first entry will be discarded)!

Each entry should also appear in a different comment (do not put them together into one comment).

Mandatory entry: To enter the giveaway, tell me why you’d like to win a copy of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Raising Kids on the Spectrum . (1 entry).

Daily Entries – 1 entry each:

  • Follow me Twitter AND tweet the following (please include the link to your tweet):): It will bring cheers and tears! #Win CSS: Raising Kids on the Spectrum – 3 winners! CAN/US 05/17 http://wp.me/p10r9i-2ST @ReviewCorner
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*Contest closes at 11:59 PM pm EST on Friday, May 17th, 2013 . Open to residents of Canada (excluding Quebec), 18+ years of age. Please note other Terms & Conditions.*

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129 Responses to Raising Kids on the Spectrum – Chicken Soup for the Soul (G!veaway – Canada and US)

  1. Emi Pearce says:

    I would like to win this to give the book to a friend of mine who has a daughter with autism

  2. Robyn R says:

    I would like this because my middle child is on the spectrum. I hadn’t seen this before and I think it would be very uplifting on difficult days.

  3. Trisha McKee says:

    I’d love to win because i know so many dealing with this. I’d love to read and then share the book.

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