How to Look for a Lost Dog | BookTrustNo catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Kwame Alexander. Danielle Jawando. Written by Ann M. Rose rows has a diagnosis of autism and struggles to understand the unspoken social rules that are built in to the rest of us. Her props are homonyms — she has an ever growing list of words pronounced the same as another but spelled differently — prime numbers, and her dog Rain reign, rein.
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For Rose, life is a little bit different. Social interactions can be hard, prime numbers need to be recited, rules should always be followed, and finding a new homonym is a definite highlight of any day. But Rose has a dog called Rain, and Rain understands her perfectly. So when a storm hits the town that Rose lives in, and Rain goes missing, all Rose's routine and structure goes away with the winds and rain that tore apart her surroundings. Suddenly nothing makes sense to her anymore, and no one seems to the answers to her questions. Why did her father let Rain out in a storm?
But when her father gives her a stray dog, which she names Rain, the dog becomes her best friend, her anchor in a confusing world. So when Rain goes missing during a storm, Rose refuses to stop looking for him A touching story from the bestselling author of The Babysitters Club. Rose, an American girl aged 12 with high-functioning autism, lives with her father and her dog, Rain - so called because they found her a year earlier, wandering in bad weather. A hurricane hits the USA and Rain goes missing. Rose struggles to find Rain but when she does, she is faced with a dilemma - should she trace Rain's original family to return her? She believes in following rules so does the right thing.
This book is brilliant! The main character is a girl with a special type of Autism which makes her very different from her classmates. She has a dog called Rain who is the lost dog of the story. Is lovly book abaut autistic girl and her new dog, the ar the best friends and the have nice time together and also is many sad events with happy end. A wonderful book.