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The Cariello children—first introduced to us in the heartwarming memoir What Color is Monday?—are growing up. And while their parents struggle with the same things all parents struggle with, Carrie and Joe have an added challenge: When and how do they tell their kids, including Jack, that Jack has autism?
In this brilliant sequel culled from her many essays and articles, Carrie Cariello shares with us how she and her husband show Jack that he is not alone, that there are others who know, understand, and love him for exactly who he is.
Carrie Cariello grew up in Wingdale, New York, then later moved to Buffalo where she met her husband, Joe. She and Joe now live in New Hampshire with their five children and a dog named Wolfie. She is a regular blogger, both on her own popular website and for others, and also speaks frequently on the topic of raising children with autism. Someone I’m with has Autism is her second memoir.