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Autism Book Discussion Comes To Wayne Tuesday

(from left to right) Caren Zucker; the first diagnosed person with autism, Donald Triplett; and John Donvan
(from left to right) Caren Zucker; the first diagnosed person with autism, Donald Triplett; and John Donvan Photo Credit: In A Different Key: the Story of Autism Facebook

WAYNE, N.Y. -- The authors of "In a Different Key: the Story of Autism" will present a free book discussion and signing on Tuesday, May 3, at the Wayne Public Library.

John Donvan and Caren Zucker have been colloborating since 2000. "As two journalists with a personal connection to autism, they aim to inspire acceptance of and support for people on the spectrum by telling their stories with honesty and compassion," the event flyer notes.

The book has been very well-received. For a variety of reader reviews, click here.

Mr. Michael Reinknecht, director of Student Support Services for Wayne Public Schools, will make opening remarks. You'll be able to buy the book at the event and have the authors sign it.

You can register here. The discussion will begin at 7 p.m. The library is located at 461 Valley Rd., in Wayne.

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