Tune It Out
For as long as she can remember, Lou has been performing with her mom on the street corners. She has always been afraid of people touching her and sudden noises, which makes performances a complete nightmare. True, they have a hard life living in their truck and barely being able to afford clothes and food, but it is cozy with just the two of them.||One day after a driving accident, Lou is separated from her mom and sent to live with her aunt and uncle. Separated from everything she knows, Lou is terrified. To add to the drama, Lou learns that she has a sensory processing disorder. Lou begins to make friends and settle in with her aunt and uncle, and even help in the school play!
Putting a name to what she fears may give Lou a sense of control over her differences and give her the strength she needs to become whom she was meant to be.
This is a sweet story with endearing characters. It would be a great book to share so people can learn more about sensory processing disorder, and to be more compassionate towards people who suffer from it.
|Page Count||278 pages|
|Publisher||Simon and Schuster|
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