Somewhere around 3.5 stars, if I were able to give it that, but I'll round up. An honest and simple book that contains characters with disabilities where it wasn't OMG! Disabilities!!! You fail at life!! I liked the perspective of the sister of a boy with autism, and how she confronts all the realities of their situation... there were things that embarrassed her about him, things that he did that drove her crazy, and things that she loved about him - in short, it was just like any other sibling relationship. Complicated in its own unique way, I though. Worth keeping, and worth your time.