Denis Deasy

I'm Sorry, My Son's Autistic

Harry’s world is changing. He’s sixteen with a job and a bank account, which is just as well as he needs the dosh to buy more Thomas the Tank Engine DVDs and kit kats. But how will Harry cope with the daunting prospect of a residential school placement? Can visits to see Peckham’s outstanding traffic lights and Aldershot’s world class charity shops ease his stress? Or will his blossoming romance with Bernadette prove to be the real help he needs to face an uncertain future?
242 printed pages
Original publication


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