I've read many books that involve characters with autism, and this is definitely my favorite out of all of them. I love how the author makes every single one of the characters, especially the disabled individuals, seem like real people. If you are or know somebody who has a disability, everything in this book will ring true to you. This book, in my opinion, should be required reading in schools. It has the potential to teach many kids a lot of important lessons about how to treat those who are different.