8th grader inspires with book about Asperger's

Having Asperger’s Syndrome often made Armond Isaak feel lonely and isolated.

So he teamed with author and illustrator Nancy Carlson and wrote a book to help other kids with Asperger’s as well as their friends and family members.

The story follows Armond as he resists going to his friend’s birthday party because parties are disorganized, smelly and he often feels invisible at parties.

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