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By Nancy Ogaz

"Buster and the superb Daisy" isn't only a funny and fascinating tale. it's going to additionally provide its readers an perception into the hopes and desires, in addition to the fears and frustrations, of many teenagers with autism.

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For a moment the Bully-Pops just looked at each other. ” Daisy bolted across the field. But the Bully-Pops swooped down on her like a flock of squawking, pecking crows. As she tried to escape, she stepped in a gopher hole. She fell so hard she could hardly catch her breath. ” someone shouted. Laughing, they circled Daisy. She struggled to her feet. ” Marissa sang. “We all know you’re crazy! Clumsy and crazy! ” Marissa leaped close and bam! Daisy punched her in the nose. There was a loud squishy crunch.

Even Laurel. ” She stopped and frowned. ” Daisy carried Buster out to the lawn and put him down. She stroked him, but he was in a rowdy mood and didn’t hold still for long. He scampered around the lawn and leaped over a low-growing hedge. In a minute he was next to Daisy again. “Buster, you are such an athletic bunny,” Daisy told him as he stretched out in the shade. “And you’re smart. ” Buster flicked his ears and lay quietly. His pink tongue poked out a little. He was hot. Daisy poured some fresh water into a small plastic bowl.

Daisy yelled. She cried for a few minutes, then stopped and took a deep breath. She looked up at Mr Sears. “I’m okay now. ” “That’s good, Daisy. ” He released her hands, giving them a gentle pat. “We’ll work this out. The first thing I want you 35 and Marissa to do is to write apologies to each other. ” “Sure, Mr Sears. ” He nodded. ” Daisy stood up and hugged Mr Sears. He looked a little surprised, but then he smiled. ” Mr Sears’ face changed. His gentle smile curved down into a worried-looking frown.

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