➼ Waiting for No One Author Beverley Brenna – Soaringeaglecasino.us

Waiting for No One Taylor Jane Simon Is An Eighteen Year Old Girl With Asperger S Syndrome Who Has A Refreshingly Different View Of The People She Encounters And The Life She Wants To Have Young Adult Readers Will Identify With Taylor S Struggle For Independence And Self Control, And Empathize As She Outlines The Ways Both Positive And Negative That Her Asperger S Syndrome Affects Her Daily Life Connecting With A Play By Samuel Beckett, Taylor Explores A Fear Of Solitary Existence While Reaching Out To A World At Times Perplexing Most Important, Taylor Wants To Be Seen As An Individual, Not As A Stereotypical Person With Special Needs, Or A Rare Wild Flower Images That Haunt Her From The Past A Cameo Performance By Taylor S New Gerbil Harold Pinter Adds Further Emphasis To Themes Of Existentialism And Humour.

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Waiting for No One
  • Beverley Brenna
  • English
  • 08 September 2018
  • 0889954372

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  1. says:

    All tell and no show made this a couldn t finish for me In the first 50 pages, I was told no fewer than six times that Taylor has Asperger s It was being hit over the head It makes me sad when there could be a real story with character,...


  2. says:

    This book brings light to what life would be like with Asperger s At times the book is very funny however, it is also very thought provoking This book goes through the life of Taylor with her logical, and o...


  3. says:

    Very open and honestly written I liked it.


  4. says:

    Eighteen year old Taylor Jane Simon is a typical teenager in most ways, except that she has Asperger s syndrome an Autism Spectrum Disorder that makes social interaction difficult In this stand alone sequel to Wild Orchid, author Beverley Brenna picks up where the previous book left off, and follows Taylor back to her home in Saskatoon where she struggles for independence by stepping out of her comfort zone and taking a biology course at the university and applying for a job As with the prev Eighteen year old Taylor Jane Simon is a typical teenager in most ways, except that she has Asperger s syndrome an Autism Spectrum Disorder that makes social interaction difficult In this stand alone sequel to Wild Orchid, author Beverley Brenna picks up where the previous book left off, and follows Taylor back to her home in Saskatoon where she struggles for independence by stepping out of her comfort zone and taking a biology course at the university and applying for a job As with the previous book, the story is narrated in Taylor s voice She is funny, intelligent, and honest The desire and need for independence is a typical teen issue, and r...


  5. says:

    Intermediate Multicultural BookCopyright, 2010 Waiting for No One by Beverly Brenna is an intermediate book about a eighteen year old girl with Asperger s Syndrome I feel like this book brings to life what it would be like to live with Aspergers, even though I do not have the syndrome myself It is humorous yet thought provoking it shines the light on the high functioning type of autism I would recommend this book to any student in the intermediate grades, especially those wondering what i Intermediate Multicultural BookCopyright, 2010 Waiting for No One by Beverly Brenna is an intermediate book about a eighteen year old girl with Asperger s Syndrome I feel like this book brings to life what it would be like to live with Aspergers, even though I do not have the syndrome myself It is humorous yet thought provoking it shines the light on the high functioning type of autism I would recommend this book to any student in the intermediate grades, especially those wondering what it might be like to live with this syndrome Blooms QuestionsRemember Who were the main characters Understand Explain why the story has the title that it does In your repose include the reason why there is a flower on the cover of the book.Apply Think of a situation in the story and describe what would have been the result of that situation if Taylor...


  6. says:

    I loved this book It is the second in a trilogy about the story of Taylor Jane Simon, a young woman with Asperger s Syndrome, and her passion for independence I am reading these in reverse order, simply because that is the way they were presented to me And it does not matter These are YA books, so are an easy read.And the author writes a compelling story in the voice of Taylor Jane Her concrete thinking, her logical and illogical thinking, her desires to get a job, to find a way to live by I loved this book It is the second in a trilogy about the story of Taylor Jane Simon, a young woman with Asperger s Syndrome, and her passion for independence I am reading these in reverse order, simply because that is the way they were presented to me And it does not matter T...


  7. says:

    Remembering What is the disorder that Taylor has in the book Asperger s SyndromeUnderstanding Describe what is meant by the wild flower on the cover of the book Taylor wants to be treated like everyone else and not different.Applying How is Taylor s story where she wants to be treated the same similar to people with how people with other disabilities would like to be treated They all do not want to be labeled as such and such with the disability , they do not want to be defined by their d Remembering What is the disorder that Taylor has in the book Asperger s SyndromeUnderstanding Describe what is meant by the wild flower on the cover of the book Taylor wants to be treated like everyone else and not different.Applying How is Taylor s story where she wants to be treated the same similar to people with how people with other disabilities would like to be treated They all do not want to be ...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A good story I loved the part about making sure people have the words they want need to say.Someone I know didn t like the bit about her references for the job, but as I read it I thought it actually made sense for this character because Taylor s thought processes are not as complex as you might expect, plus she was beginning to have trouble with OCD symptoms when she did it If she d been able to think through things a bit better she probably wouldn t have done it at all, but OCD clouds your t A good story I loved the part about making sure people have the words they want need to say.Someone I know didn t like the bit about her references for the job, but as I read it I thought it actually made sense for this character because Taylor s thought processes are not as complex as you migh...


  9. says:

    I really liked this book I ve put the prequel, Wild Orchid on my To Read list because this one was really good This story was told in the POV of an autistic girl woman and I enjoyed getting to know her poin...


  10. says:

    This book was horrible I very strongly disliked it I didn t even finish it It was very random and the thoughts didn t mix together She has an obsession with hamsters, and she talks about them frequently In the beginning of the book she app...

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