Little Big Sister (Paperback)
WINNER of the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards for Children's Fiction Meet nine-year-old Katie, the little sister who feels like a big sister. Her eleven-year-old brother, Mikey, has autism. Katie can ride a two-wheeler, but Mikey's bike still has training wheels. Katie rides the bus to school, while Mikey takes the special needs van. When a new student with special needs joins Katie's class, she notices that some kids just don't "get it" about autism and other disabilities. Discover how Katie, along with her friends Lauren and Bella, are determined to make a difference at their school.
About the Author
Amy McCoy is a former elementary school teacher who began writing for children in the 1990s. She works for a nonprofit whose mission is to help families raising children with disabilities navigate the world of special education. She enjoys teaching yoga, exercising, spending time with her family and friends, and reading books-with and without pictures. Amy is mom to Matthew and Kathryn (the real life Michael and Katie). Amy writes a blog titled Dancing in the Rain about parenting a child with disabilities: amybmccoy.blogspot.com