Train Series S.LEA

These books, distinctly different from others in the category, do not simply share a life story, hoping as you read it cover to cover, you might happen upon useful information. These books address chapter, by chapter, individual issues that you might be challenged with.

These books are by design, quick, easy reads….each chapter focusing on a single topic. Issues you might be facing in your day to day life.

The author attempts to provide something that was not available decades ago when her son was diagnosed with an Autistic Spectrum condition known as Asperger’s. A time when there was little information on the condition, and almost no information on how a parent should best deal with the day to day demands.

From the lack of communication, to meltdowns that seemed to come from nowhere, and a school system that was equally in the dark, she had to find a way to help her child.

Although using life stories, each chapter addresses a single issue. Issues of lack of communication, understanding the source of meltdowns, interaction with family and caretakers, bullying, safety, self-esteem and much more.

The “suggestions” at the end of each chapter openly acknowledge that it’s what worked for her and for her son after lots of trials and errors. It’s what she believes built a foundation and helped lead her son down the road to success.

By embracing her son’s passion for trains she was able to get into his world, communicate more, and deal with many issues of day to day life. By utilizing his understanding of the world of trains she bridged a gap that kept her child focused.

Chasing Trains Book Cover by S.Lea. A mother's story on how to deal with Asperger’s

Chasing Trains

S.LEA

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Publisher: I Street Press

Pages: 120

Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.28(d)

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This first in the series…. focuses on home life, family life and building the foundations of communication, by embracing her child’s passion for trains. A great start for parents just starting to face this new challenge.

Waiting for Trains Book Cover by S.Lea. A mother's story on how to deal with Asperger’s

Waiting for Trains

S.LEA

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Publisher: I Street Press

Pages: 120

Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.28(d)

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Second in the series…focuses on partnerships with the education system to achieve the best possible outcomes for your child, and laying a foundation for the future.

Boarding the Train Book Cover by S.Lea. A mother's story on how to deal with Asperger’s

Boarding the Train

S.LEA

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Publisher: I Street Press

Pages: 120

Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.28(d)

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Third in the series...focuses on the challenges of sending your child off to a more independent lifestyle. A life with peers, a life in the public arena, and a life that is no longer under your ‘watchful eye’.

Trains Series Book Covers by S.Lea. A mother's story on how to deal with Asperger’s

Train Series

S.LEA

Product Details

Includes: Complete Set (3 books)

Publisher: I Street Press

Pages: 120 each book

Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.28(d)

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A MUST READ

All in all, this is an enjoyable read for the general public, a must read for Asperger’s Parents and Special Educators. It has the added bonus of extraordinary illustrations, depicting with absolute clarity, the vision of what the author means to convey in both content and in sentiment.

“I laughed, I cried and sometimes just ‘giggled’ at the descriptions of what comes up in the lives of a parent and a child living with Asperger’s. The author’s unique way of describing how to maneuver through a challenge with her child, herself, and the outside world is heartwarming.” – Anonymous

“This is everything you want in a book. It’s to the point, insightful, well illustrated, entertaining and often humorous. At the end of each chapter you could easily set it down to absorb the content, but you are compelled to read on, because you truly want to know 'what happens next?'” – Sherri, Train Series Reader

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