Population: One: Autism, Adversity and the Will to Succeed by Tyler McNamerWelcome to the world of Tyler McNamer, author of Population: One: Autism, Adversity and the Will to Succeed. Tyler named his book Population: One because he lives in his own world where his is the only resident. Yet, he knows that when individuals come together and learn from each other, they can form entire galaxies. Tylers autism provides him with a unique perspective when viewing the world. He hopes his readers will switch eyes with him for a short time because only by seeing things from anothers perspective can we come to understand and care about each other.
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In his eighteen years, Tyler Allan McNamer has been faced with many challenges, including being diagnosed as autistic. He always knew he was different from the other kids in school different in how he saw the universe. Regardless, Tyler has embraced his differences and overcome his challenges. Tylers unique vision and leadership have made an impact on hundreds of kids and teachers from elementary to high school. He may be a little strange and different, but his intelligence, desire to help people, and his goal to write a book at such a young age have made him rise to the top.
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And yet Barnes and Noble has been creeping along for years after the closures of other behemoth bookstore chains such as Borders and Crown Books. But in the last few years, Barnes and Noble, too, appeared to be failing. Or did Barnes and Noble lose sight of its original purpose? The last time I went into a Barnes and Noble , this past winter in my hometown, Milwaukee, WI, the entire downstairs was taken up with games, cards, art supplies, music, Starbucks, and other non-book merchandise. Sure, you still have the magazine section and small front display of current bestsellers. Overall there was an overwhelming air of sadness and failure. In order to find most of the books, you had to go upstairs.