Library Intern Book Reviews


The Innovation Press


Seattle, WA

Date of Publication

January 2017



Date of Review



Library and Information Science | Modern Literature


Children's literature, reviews


In this book, readers get to meet Temple Grandin: a misunderstood girl with a big brain. The message of the book is inspiring to children who feel odd or not accepted by their peers. The author encourages children to not hold back and to not give up on their dreams. The book’s words are rhymed and go along nicely with the illustrations. Because Julia Mosca interviewed Temple Grandin to create her book, there are interesting facts about Grandin’s life the author included at the end of the illustrations. A parent may want to use this book to help teach their children about autism and how to act around someone who is different from them. I highly recommend this book to others as it is well-written and educational. Highly Recommend. Lydia Jacobsen, Centennial Library Intern, Cedarville University



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Review of <em>Opposites:  	The girl who thought in pictures : the story of Dr. Temple Grandin</em> by Julia Finley

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