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With the Light (With the Light, #3) A Little Effort Goes A Long Way That S What Sachiko, Honda San, And Gunji Sensei Learn As They Struggle To Work Together To Make Life Easier For The Special Education Children With The Help Of Gadgets And The Support Of People In Their Environment Than Meets The Eye, Hikaru And Miyu Become Able To Communicate Better With The World Around Them But When Hikaru S Teen Idol Classmate Sends Some Mothers Into A Flashbulb Frenzy That Causes Hikaru To Panic, Other Parents Begin To Question His Presence Alongside Normal Students In The Classroom Hikaru S First School Trip Also Ends In Disaster, When He Gets Separated From The Group, And Sachiko Begins To Worry That Hikaru Is Losing His Hard Fought Place In Society.


10 thoughts on “With the Light (With the Light, #3)

  1. says:

    Sachiko is my hero She doesn t have superpowers, she doesn t kick butt or have witty insults or defy the system She doesn t spend a lot of time finding herself or search for love in all the wrong places or have a troubled childhood or fight crime She is totally different from every other protagonist in that what makes her special is her goodness When there s a problem, she really tries to understand the other person s point of view, but she doesn t back down, either When a teacher is not Sachiko is my hero She doesn t have superpowers, she doesn t kick butt or have witty insults or defy the system She doesn t spend a lot of time finding herself or search for love in all the wrong places or have a troubled childhood or fight crime She is totally different from every other protagonist in that what makes her special is her goodness When there s a problem, she really tries to understand the other person s point of view, but she doesn t back ...


  2. says:

    Third in the series of graphic novels about a Japanese child with autism by the late Keiko Tobe I found the first half of the book, where a new special education teacher repeatedly fails to rise to the occasion and deal with the needs of the children under her care, really quite tough reading Sachiko Azuma, the viewpoint character whose child is at the centre of the story, displays muchpatience than I could bear to in that situation The second half of the volume has young Hikaru on a fo Third in the series of graphic novels about a Japanese child with autism by the late Keiko Tobe I found the first half of the book, where a new special education teacher repeatedly fails to rise to the occasion and deal with the needs of the children under her care, really quite tough reading Sachiko Azuma, the viewpoint character whose child is at the centre of the story, displays muchpatience than I could bear to in that situation The second half of the v...


  3. says:

    My main review of the series is here Series Review Additional quotes and notes from this volumeHikaru and Miyu chan nonverbal autistic children have the need to express themselves I want to always accept the messages from our childrenepisode 13 From the endnotes What is Autism section warning again, neurodiversity right folks will be frustrated at some of the language used hereAutistic people experience what they see, what they hear, what they touch, and what they taste d My main review of the series is here Series Review Additional quotes and notes from this volumeHikaru and Miyu chan nonverbal autistic children have the need to express themselves I want to always accept the messages from our childrenepisode 13 From the endnotes What is Autism section warning again, neurodiversity right folks will be frustrated at some of the language used hereAutistic people experience what they see, what they hear, what they touch, and ...


  4. says:

    This book is so good If you are the parent of an autistic child or just want to understand autism better, this is a good series to read It does offer the message of, let s help and understand this child on...


  5. says:

    This was, quite simply, a joy to read Seeing the struggles and opportunities that Hikaru encounters in this volume shows just much he s grown and progressed over books one and two I read this in one sitting and can t wait to get my hands on the next volume.


  6. says:

    A very thorough look into what it takes mentally, emotionally, etc to raise autistic children, what autism is, and even how to work with and help these kids and their caregivers This is all discussed within the context of a slice of life narrative which follows the mother Sachiko Azuma, and her son Hikaru, as well as a cast of other parents, kids, teachers, andWhile some of the te...


  7. says:

    With the Light is the story of Sachiko Azuma and her son Hikaru, an autistic boy, and the trials and tribulations of their lives Mild Spoilers ahead Volume 3 starts with kaleidoscopes and the unknown dangers thereof and follows through as Gunji sensei tries to be a better teacher to the special education class in her own way even though the crayfish project is the last thing she wants to be involved in Most exciting is Hikaru s participation in the school field trip, three nights and four d With the Light is the story of Sachiko Azuma and her son Hikaru, an ...


  8. says:

    I wish the D.C Library was better about buying whole series Checked this out of Champaign and will send it back with my parents I liked this because I am really starting to get a sense of how an autistic person learns and develops at their own rate, but definitely impressively well and by way of many innovations devised by his caretakers here and there The little family dramas and the personalities of other children in this book were pretty great too As Hikaru grows older, his parents I wish...


  9. says:

    These are great books as far as educational value The personal stories at the end of each book give some wonderful insight into autistic people and their families, their struggles.That said, the actual storyline in the book moves very slowly I finished this one, and may pick up the others just t...


  10. says:

    Excellent This book in the series covers 5th grade Talks about the beginnings of puberty, peer relationships, and other changes our tweens experience I love the opportunity to readabout what is happening to my son Again, the book rem...


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