☆ With the Light (With the Light, #6) Author Keiko Tobe – Freeboooks.com

With the Light (With the Light, #6) For Sachiko ANd Masato, It Seems Like Only Yesterday That Their Children, Hikaru And Kanon, Were Little But These Days, Kanon Is About To Start Elementary School, While Hikaru Is Getting Out Into Society And Going To Junior High By Bus However, In The Outside World, Some Of Hikaru S Insistences That Were Acceptable When He Was Younger Are Not So Any When One Such Habit Creates Chaos During The Morning Commute, Sachiko Has To Find A Way To Clear Up A Serious Misunderstanding With Hikaru S Fellow Commuters And Take Steps To Curb Any Behavior That Might Stand In The Way Of Hikaru Living In The World As A Cheerful, Working Adult Further, Dealing With The Negative Perceptions That Others Including Her Mother In Law Have About Hikaru Begins To Take Its Toll On Sachiko, Especially With Masato Occupied At Work Will The Stres Of Facing New Challenges Presented By Hikaru S Autism Drive A Rift Between The Two


10 thoughts on “With the Light (With the Light, #6)

  1. says:

    I wish this writer was still alive She had such insight about autism and autistic people and practical ways to help instead of just wringing ones hands going OMG MY CHILD IS AUTISTIC SUCH DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM.


  2. says:

    This volume touches on somecomplex issues than previous ones In addition to trying to help her autistic son Hikaru move forwards in life, Sachiko deals with her own mother s failing health, her younger child s illness, and concerns about her husband s fidelity.Her concerns about Hikaru are becomingnuanced as well He is now a junior high student, still mostly nonverbal While he is comfortable following routines and written instructions, his social misunderstandings still give rise This volume touches on somecomplex issues than previous ones In addition to trying to help her autistic son Hikaru move forwards in life, Sachiko deals with her own mother s failing health, her younger child s illness, and concerns about her husband s fidelity.Her concerns about Hikaru are becomingnuanced as well He is now a junior high student, still mostly nonverbal While he is comfortable following routines and written instructions, his social misunderstandings still give rise to problems When he strokes the hair of a strange woman on the bus, she assumes he is sexually harassing her In response, Sachiko works to find ways to make it easier for Hikaru to remember and follow social rules One thing I like is that she attaches a silky fabric band to his book bag for him to touch while on the bus, to give him an alternative to hair stroking that is still enjoyable for him.In discussing this incident with another parent who has similar concerns, something came up that made me think ...


  3. says:

    yes, this is actually a review for a book talk please ignore the Kamichama Karin reviews, they were done years ago and I just needed to make necessary changes to the review.As the synopsis states, With the Light is a book about the life of a mother raising a high schooler with autism Hearing that, it sounds like the most boring and mundane graphic novel ever written, but this is where the reason I love this book comes in It makes this bland topic so fun to read about For the characters are a yes, this is actually a review for a book talk please ignore the Kamichama Karin reviews, they were done years ago and I just needed to make necessary changes to the review.As the synopsis states, With the Light is a book about the life of a mother raising a high schooler with autism Hearing that, it sounds like the most boring and mundane graphic...


  4. says:

    Come meet Hikaru Azuma a young autistic boy in Japan with possibly the worlds greatest mother Join him as he makes the journey to become a happy working adult.Now in junior high Hikaru is learning to ride the bus, but a fascination with women s hair might prove to make that difficult Also a cute aide at Masato s work has a crush on him, will this lead to problems in the Azuma household We get to have another little peak at Oota san and Kanata kun and their possible relationship I love how T Come meet Hikaru Azuma a young autistic boy in Japan with possibly the worlds greatest mother Join him as he makes the journey to become a happy working adult.Now in junior high Hikaru is learning to ride the bus, but a fascination with women s hair might prove to make that difficult Also a cute aide at Masato s work has a crush on him, will this lead to problems in the Azuma household We get to have another little peak at Oota san and Kanata kun and their possible relationship I love how Tobe brings back background characters and makes you care so much about them I m also loving how you can see that Sa...


  5. says:

    Such an excellent manga, even if it will never catch on with its target audience mothers and is out of place with the typical manga reader teenagers.


  6. says:

    return return Hikaru has started to hit puberty, and has to be dissuaded from touching himself or pretty women inappropriately family and school dynamics continue to be a strain and we get sidetracked for a couple of diversions, when his father attracts too devoted an admirer at work and a couple of his classmates come to terms with their own fannish obsessions But the core narrative remains sound, of Hikaru and his mother Sachiko dealing with a wor return return Hikaru has started to hit puberty, and has to be dissuaded from touching himself or pretty women inappropriately family and school dynamics continue to be a strain and we get sidetracked for a couple of diversions, when his father attracts too devoted an admirer at work and a couple of his classmates come to terms with the...


  7. says:

    Another great volume in this series This edition shares stories about the struggles of unsupportive family members, sibling relationships and tween friendships It also touched on teaching appropriate social behaviors and beginning to navigate puberty Many helpful insights and suggestion...


  8. says:

    I like how positive this manga series is and how much you can learn by reading this, even though you wouldn t know anyone who is autistic.