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Meet the A-Team is a lovely
book for children and adults
that explains ASD in a manner that is accurate, interesting, and engaging.

While providing information about ASD, Ms. Butorac introduces us to five children with ASD who bring their individual strengths, areas of need, preferences, and quirks with them to school every day.
These children help all of us learn more about what ASD is and how it affects children at school and in the community.
I am so happy to meet the A-Team
and I look forward to sharing

this book with my students
and their families.

Ilene Schwartz, social emotional learning, SEL, Autism

As a special educator,

I struggled with finding

appropriate materials and  teaching tools when running social skills groups for young children with autism and related disabilities. The first book in the series - "Meet the A-Team" - enables teachers and parents to explain autism and related disabilities in a developmentally appropriate,  child-friendly way.

The illustrations are adorable and

kids will identify with the characters,

their struggles, and their successes.

I am excited to share this book with my graduate students, see it in teachers' classrooms, and families' bookshelves. We need more resources like this to explain differences and promote

inclusive settings.

Ariane Gauvreau, social emotional learning, SEL, Autism
Ariane Gauvreau, PhD, BCBA-D

What the experts are saying.


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"This book is a great tool for using in the classroom. It tackles the very important
issue of why some students need different supports. As a special education resource
teacher I really appreciate it. It is approachable and informative while keeping
the kids engaged." 
-Amazon Customer

"An engaging storyline with unique characters...learners could easily identify
with them. Enjoyed the artwork, scope of the content and how approachable
the writing is to young learners." -
Amazon Customer

"What a great way to teach youngsters (and oldsters) how to understand differences in 'fairness!'


It is done non-judgmentally and in language anyone can understand. It helps to give perspective for different learning styles. As a retired teacher, I can enthusiastically recommend this book." -Amazon Customer

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