Luke, the young writer of this book, has done an excellent job in showing what goes on in the minds of kids with Asperger's syndrome and also to some extent, autism. I am a former art teacher and never read up on such conditions,however, every teacher, especially school coaches, should read this book because Luke has some very specific advice for them in relation to teaching, especially teaching AS kids athletics. I could relate to his chapters on bullying--my son was a very bright boy, an early reader, who was constantly taunted in junior high school for being "gifted." He would sometimes come home in tears and only after an hour of watching Star Trek reruns could he calm down and feel the relief of being home from school. NOw he is graduating from Harvard, so the joke is definitely on the bullies who are now janitors. Ha, ha! So I know where Luke is coming from about bullying. Never let them beat you, Luke. You are a marvelous, very gifted young man who will go very far in life. You just be YOU and never waver from that. If friends come into your life, it will be because they like YOU and not some false idea of a different you. You should never have to change for people to like you. God bless and I hope to hear more about you in future books. I want to read more about AS and autism, too. Thank you for your wonderful contribution to AS knowledge. People can learn so much from people like you who are not ashamed to discuss a condition they have. Great job and as they say in England, Well done indeed.