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New Year, New Books to love in January

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Someone in London is cooking up murder


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How much would you risk to turn your life around?


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RT TOP PICK! What if your prime suspects in a hefty art theft are two men you simply can't resist?


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In Nashville the music is louder, the dreams are bigger, and love can bring a cowboy to his knees.


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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy



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Also by Holly Robinson Peete:

Same But Different, March 2016
Hardcover
My Brother Charlie, March 2010
Hardcover
Get Your Own Damn Beer, I'm Watching the Game!, August 2005
Trade Size (reprint)

Also by Ryan Elizabeth Peete:

Same But Different, March 2016
Hardcover
My Brother Charlie, March 2010
Hardcover

Also by Rj Peete:

Same But Different, March 2016
Hardcover

Same But Different
Holly Robinson Peete, Ryan Elizabeth Peete, Rj Peete

Teen Life on the Autism Express

Scholasic Press
March 2016
On Sale: February 23, 2016
176 pages
ISBN: 0545094682
EAN: 9780545094689
Kindle: B014FZULAE
Hardcover / e-Book
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Self-Help Health

Being a teen is hard enough. But when you have autism--or when your brother or sister is struggling with the condition--life can be challenging. It's one thing when you're a kid in grade school, and a play date goes south due to autism in a family. Or when you're a little kid, and a vacation or holiday turns less-than-happy because of an autistic family member.

But being a teen with autism can get pretty hairy--especially when you're up against dating, parties, sports, body changes, school, and other kids who just don't "get" you. In this powerful book, teenagers Ryan Elizabeth Peete and her twin brother, Rodney, who has autism, share their experiences of what it means to be a teen living with autism. Same But Different explores the funny, painful, and unexpected aspects of teen autism, while daring to address issues nobody talks about.

Same But Different underscores tolerance, love, and the understanding that everybody's unique drumbeat is worth dancing to.

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Good Morning America - March 16, 2016

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