A memoir of the five years after my son's diagnosis with autistic spectrum disorder. I couldn't find the right book to read to give me practical help, emotional support and spiritual solace, so I wrote it. A reader has called it 'the greatest love story' he's ever read. Read it if you have a child with a disability, or if your friend or family member lives with autism. Or just read it if you like a good real life story where God's grace shines through.
Love Tears & Autism won third prize in the Australian Christian Book of the Year (ACBOY) awards in 2012.
Jazmine Crawford doesn’t make decisions. She doesn’t make choices. She doesn’t make friends. Jazmine Crawford only wants one thing: to be invisible.
For Jazmine, it’s a lot easier to take out her hearing aid and drift along in life pretending that nothing’s wrong than it is to admit that she’s heartbroken about her dad dying. She’s been drifting and ignoring her over-worried mum for four years now.