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The Right Move (Library Edition)

An Autistic Boy Brings His Class Together Through the Game of Chess

32 pages
Paw Prints Publishing

Braden likes routine and he loves chess.

But, when he moves far away from school, it disrupts his whole routine. Including the extra time at the start of the day he used to get to play chess with his mom. He's convinced his days will never be the same.

Then, he meets one little girl on the school bus, who offers to be his new chess partner...and suddenly the right move comes into view.

Author Bio
Jason Powe is a long-time children's book author of both fiction and nonfiction. Passionate about helping disadvantaged students, Jason has worked with psychologists and therapists to create a broad spectrum of support materials for special needs children-particularly stories that emphasize the development of social skills for children who are experiencing autism.