Armond Isaak taught himself to read when he was three years old and hasn’t stopped since. Besides books, his loves include Legos, tennis, playing the trumpet, and being a proud Boy Scout. Now in high school, Armond has been learning to embrace his uniqueness instead of fight it, and he has a small circle of friends with similar interests. He reached out to Nancy to do this book because he wants to help every young boy or girl with Asperger’s realize they are not alone in a world where they often feel lonely and out of place. Armond lives with his mom, dad, sisters, and cat in New Hope, Minnesota.