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really grab me I don t think it will be memorable But still the author behind the book is completelygrab me I don t think it will be memorable But still the author behind the book is completely and I m glad to know a little of his story Wonderful book that goes into the mind of an autistic I am a High functioning autistic known as Aspbergers though I think they decided to disregard the name now I can see how his world is very severly fragmented I felt at times seperated from the outside world and my inner world seemed real really comforting and controlled I can only imagine not being able to speak and After Effects Expressions prove to everybody of your intellegence This is a great book for thosearents who struggle to understand their autistic child no matter where they are at on the continum I hope we continue to have autistics who can write about their ersonal experiences it makes it easier to understand them People really need "To Respect And Accept Them That It Isn T A "respect and accept them that It Isn T A Or isn t a or a disorder it s another way of being though sometimes they need help with interactions and in understanding others They don t need to be taught to be like the rest of the world just to know how to communicate with the rest of the world. Hen he was 8 to 11 years old comprising rofound and startling hilosophical rose and Arts and Culture: An Introduction to the Humanities, Volume I poetry His beautifully crafted language reveals how it feels to be locked inside an autistic body and mind The Mind Tree is the work of an artist With eachage Tito bursts through his silence into a world of art beauty and hope. A chill body while I It S Cold Length "it cold length my anchoring roots I feel its movements with envy Any movement makes me envious I wonder where it could goI wonder and wonder while the night around lies with usualness Stars around the sky drop their light to touch my heart which is as unobjective as my mind My heart then collects all that light and spreads it all along my body into the depth of my roots The earth sucks all of it from my roots and feels the blessings of the stars Amazing read if you are interested in getting inside the mind of a non verbal erson with autism Hard to believe it was written by a child I suspect that when one does not have the tools to communicate outwardly ones inward thoughts can be uite complex This book was interesting in that it was written by a boy with autism when he was between 8 14 years old Tito is essentially non verbal so the fact that he is as elouent and well spoken in writing as he is is astounding It was interesting to view the world from his erspective But I m only giving this book 2 stars because in the end it was just ok I liked the first three biographical sections of the book than the last two which were fict. Rough his extraordinary writing is astonishing At the age of three Tito was diagnosed with severe autism but his mother with boundless hope and determination read to him and taught him to write in English She also challenged him to write his own stories The result of their efforts is this remarkable book written .
On the one hand this was fascinating On the other hand "it was a slog to read Having a uniue story doth not a great storyteller make Also there were a number "was a slog to read Having a uniue story doth not a great storyteller make Also there were a number honestly unbelievable elements to this story Autistic brains would have to work VERY differently from regular eople s for Tito to remember that much from when he was a 25 year old to be spelling full ideas using an alphabet board by age three and writing love oetry by age five I mean seriously Something doesn t compute That said if you have a general curiosity about the inner life of the autistic mind or want insight into why they have the tics they do this is a great book 45 starsWhen the sun goes down and the earth grows uiet in a deep enance when the life around breathes the cool west wind when the leaves of my branches whisper with each other with a shushing hiss when the birds return to sleep for the night in their nests and when some distant night bird hoots I can sense the starlight on me iercing even through my thick bark I never sleep as I am never tired My mind works in the stillness of the night as each leaf of mine breathes in the dark night airA reptile crosses my roots with idle ripples of. Once in a great while a special erson emerges in the history of science and medicine whose uniue set of characteristics sheds light on an entire disorder and sometimes even on the mysteries of the human brain Tito is such a erson Although he is severely autistic and nearly nonverbal his ability to communicate th. .
Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay