It is difficult for children who have developmental, intellectual, and physical inabilities to understand why they are different. It is even more difficult for them to “fit in” in social and educational settings. This book has been written for parents, teachers, and children; it is an amiable story of how a child with Asperger’s may experience life and friendship.
Wren is a seven-year-old boy who likes prime numbers and primary colours. He has one best friend, Jacob, and that is okay because they are the same and understand one another. Wren does not understand playtime at school or mum’s sayings, but he knows it is okay to be Wren.
Children who are on the Autistic Spectrum process life with their own unique languages. Life can be overwhelming, frustrating, and just downright confusing for them at times. I Am Wren lends a quirky look at the language of how Wren processes the world. Wren knows that it is okay to be Wren, even if he only has one friend