With the Light: Raising an Autistic Child, Vol. 3 e-book
by Keiko Tobe
Book 3 of 8 in the With the Light: Raising an Autistic Child Series. Keiko Tobe has unified people from all over the world with this stellar series. She wisely included explanations and descriptions of Japanese culture and mores as well as some humor.
Book 3 of 8 in the With the Light: Raising an Autistic Child Series. I like the way she talks about people who have influenced this book. While Tobe does not go into great detail about autism, her story and the magnificent drawings clearly depict severely autistic behavior and how it impacts others. This is a delightful book that will remain a bright light in the hearts of all who read it.
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With the Light: Raising an Autistic Child is a josei drama manga by Keiko Tobe. It began serialization in 2000 in For Mr. and serial chapters were collected in 15 tankōbon volumes by Akita Shoten. The series depicts the struggles of a young mother, Sachiko Azuma, raising her autistic son Hikaru in modern Japan. The series is licensed in English in North America by Yen Press, with eight volumes (each collecting two tankōbon volumes with the exception of the final volume) published as of September 2011.
Keiko Tobe was born in Amagasaki in Hyougo, Japan. She graduated from Kwansei Gakuin University's School of Economics and took an advertising job thereafter. Tobe-sensei lives in Japan with her husband and two sons. When her then-newlywed existence required her to move to Tokyo with her husband, she began working as a mangaka's assistant and eventually became a mangaka herself is universally considered her masterwork.
With the Light: Raising an Autistic Child
With the Light: Raising an Autistic Child. With the Light: Raising an Autistic Child Vol. 3. 3 - Manga. A little effort goes a long way-that's what Sachiko, Honda-san, and Gunji-sensei learn as they struggle to work together to make life easier for the Special Education children. With the help of gadgets and the support of more people in their environment than meets the eye, Hikaru and Miyu become able to communicate better with the world around them.
McCloud (1993) in his seminal book, Understanding Comics, provides us with clues as to why Japanese manga graphic novels, such as With the Light,are so popular among higher functioning individuals on the autism spectrum. He refers to comics as sequential art that ‘strips down an image to its essential meaning and can amplify that meaning in a way that realistic art can’t’ (p. 30). McCloud feels that comics are visual iconography which approaches a form of universal communication. Comics are ‘a mono-sensory medium, which relies on only one sense to convey a world of experience’ (p. 89).
Vol. 3 : Raising an Autistic Child. By (author) Keiko Tobe.
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