4 thoughts on “He’s My Brother

  1. This narrative talk about the daily struggles Jamie faces that with the condition of his learning disability from the perspective of his older brother. His older brother narrates the everyday challenges Jamie has to go through as well as all of his hidden talents. The author, Joe Lasker, captures meaningful feelings as he describes his brother and his handicap (Jamie gets teased, he doesn’t know how to answer back, he does things over and over again). As a teacher, I will use his text to teach m

  2. This book is about a little boy with an invisible handicap that seems like it could autism. I really like that it does not come out and say what the hadicap is. It is a great book about accepting and loving your siblings no matter what.

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