Trauma Fontaine Newell
Trauma lives in New Jersey with her children and family. She receives all her inspiration to write children stories from her own children and grandchildren. Their imaginations, quirky gestures, whimsy words and playful attitudes bring wonderful ideas to Trauma's mind to write children’s books. Website
Alanis's Daily Routine
This story is about my little girl, Alanis Dior Newell. Alanis was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at the age of two and a half years old. She has worked very hard to show her family she is just like any other child. Alanis is trying to deal with her challenges with a day-to-day routine. In her story, Alanis shows you how she overcame some of her difficult challenges that she deals with each day. Alanis does show some emotions and feelings, but in an animated kind of way.
My family is very proud of her because she has come a very long way. There are many families and children faced with challenges and diversities, who can relate to Alanis’ story.
With Prayer, Love and Patience, it makes your journey so much easier in life.
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By Mymcbooks | 15/12/2011
My Review: This is a true story of Alanis who was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder when she was two and a half years old. Alanis is now thirteen years old. Her mother who is the author of this book gives us a daily routine on how Alanis is dealing with challenges relating to autism. From getting upset, school bus not arriving on time, Alanis' gestures and little quirks to finding comfort in her bedroom, visiting the doctors, receiving awards in school for her reading, spelling and writing skills and many more. I recommend this book for anyone who has an autistic child in their life.
By Tammie Lyon | 15/12/2011
This is a very inspirational and helpful book for anyone dealing with a child with autism. It allows you into Alanis's world and let's you understand it through her eyes. Fantastic Book!
By Sherry Ellis | 15/12/2011
Author, Trauma Fontaine Newell's daughter, Alanis, was diagnosed with autism when she was two and a half years old. Alanis' Daily Routine is the true story of what it is like to be autistic. It chronicals Alanis' struggles growing up: being unable to express herself, struggling with emotions, and not liking changes to her daily routine. Ms. Newell also shares some of her feelings on raising an autistic child: the frustration of not being able to communicate, and not knowing what the future holds for her daughter. The one thing that Ms. Newell offers, is hope. Alanis has had wonderful teachers who have helped her. While she isn't like other kids, Alanis has still done well, receiving many awards, including Student of the Month. She also exhibits a special talent in art. Alanis' Daily Routine is an excellent book to help children understand what an autistic child is going through.
By DaniKirra | 15/12/2011
This book is a must read for anyone who has an autistic child in their life. It truly shows what it is like day after day living as an autistic child, and what it is like for the parents and the stuggles that they face. It also shows you that with a lot of love, patience, and understanding, it is possible that they can succeed in life. They do have the ability.
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