Everyday Hero by Kathleen Cherry
Alice doesn’t like noise, smells or strangers. She does like rules. Lots of rules. Nobody at her new school knows she has Asperger’s, so it doesn’t take long for her odd behavior to get her into trouble. When she meets Megan in detention, she doesn’t know what to make of her. Megan doesn’t smell, she’s not terribly noisy, and she’s not exactly a stranger, but is she a friend? Megan seems fearless to Alice—but also angry or maybe sad. Alice isn’t sure which. When Megan decides to run away, Alice resolves to help her friend, no matter how many rules she has to break or how bad it makes her feel. (Orca)
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I really liked this book because there was a few word meanings that I never understood I also liked how Alice was able to find her meaning
I liked this book because it was interesting to hear from the perspective of someone with asperger's. But I feel like it said too much about everything she thought.
I give this book a rating of 5 because it is a great book and i want to read it again and again. And I love it tells you the meaning for some of the words.
A girl with Asperger meets a girl in detention named Megan. Megan meets a boy online and Alice tries to save her from going to Vancouver. I loved this book because it was sad and also loving and heart warming.
I really liked this book because it was told from the girl with Asperger's perspective. I also liked this book because it taught me a little bit about Aspergers. This is the best short read I've read in my life I definitely recommend this book to the people in red cedar.