Through Fisher’s Eyes: An Autism Adventure by Paul C. Nelson

Fisher Stevens is 17, and has autism. He lives with his dad. His mom has passed away after a long illness. Fisher’s brain sees hundreds of pictures each minute. He uses these pictures, and his autism, to guide him through an amazing series of adventures, with the help of a mysterious friend, Michael, and his…

Fisher Stevens is 17, and has autism. He lives with his dad. His mom has passed away after a long illness. Fisher’s brain sees hundreds of pictures each minute. He uses these pictures, and his autism, to guide him through an amazing series of adventures, with the help of a mysterious friend, Michael, and his life skills classmates.
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Amazing read!”

Five Star Review on AmazonĀ By Bonder

Great book! Amazing insight to what could potentially be going on the head of a student with autism. Had the pleasure of a Q/A with Paul and his son Micheal, they are exception individuals! Can twist for the third one!

About the Author

Paul Nelson is a middle school music teacher in Central Pennsylvania. His son, Michael, is autistic. Michael is mostly non-verbal, and is the inspiration for the book, especially the main character, Fisher.

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