by Graeme Simsion
As the third book in the Rosie series, Don and Rosie now have an eleven year old son, who acts quite differently from other boys. His father has always been different, too, so it might be due to a genetic factor, autism. The school administrators have recommended testing, however, Hudson’s parents are not agreeable on the subject. So, Don decides to work with his son, and get help from his friends. Should he be trying to shape his son to fit into a certain mold of societal behavior? The result is surprising and enlightening.