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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Love for Logan by Lori DeMonia is an inspirational story for kids that tells them more about autism. Leah is autistic. Certain places and noises upset her and she closes her ears. When her sister Logan spills a metal tin full of bobby pins, Leah gets scared. The parents tell Logan that Leah has sensory processing disorder and they explain it to Logan so that she understands her sister's problems better. Logan has her ballet recital that night and they take Leah, telling her what to expect. Leah is there at the recital with a bouquet for her sister Logan and she becomes a part of Logan's special night.
It's a beautiful story that will touch the hearts of all readers. The story has many beautiful messages for readers. It shows the love of a sister who understands the problems faced by her autistic sister, and shows her how to overcome the obstacles and rise above them in life. It also shows how a person tries to understand the problems of a family member and support her. The story is good for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries and it also makes a good bedtime storybook.
The illustrations are colorful and charming, and breathe life into the characters and scenes. The theme is educational and informative, and teaches kids about autism and about the behavioral patterns of those who have autism, helping them to understand it better. The author has taken the scenes from actual events, making the story more appealing.