In life, everyone has their perception of things. Your point of view is very important, and it's the reasoning behind all your decisions. We've all heard the term "step into my shoes" before, so this book was giving you the laces for the shoes belonging to an autistic child. You may not understand why a child is screaming at the top of their lungs or rocking back and forth. This book is to give you a small taste of some needs and some reasoning behind my son Dryston. I had to learn like everybody else the response needed in certain situations or why he is doing certain things or what emotional support that is needed for my baby to get through each and every day of his unique life. Patience is a virtue. Not everyone's autism is the same, but this book will give you the basic simple things that sometimes we take for granted, such as family and having positive mindsets through anything. Remember, a child is always watching and learning from you. Most things to learn from you as a parent first are nonverbal responses. Please enjoy this book on what is the ABCs of Dryston's autism.