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Autistic boy from Harrow defies odds with grammar book for kids

A 10-year-old boy from Harrow on the Hill has unveiled his extraordinary grammar book designed to revolutionise language learning for children, particularly those with learning difficulties.

Albert Stoica‘a journey began with overcoming non-verbal challenges until the age of four. Following intensive speech and language classes, he not only found his voice but also discovered a profound passion for storytelling and language. A year ago, Albert collaborated with a specialist in children’s books, Helen, to transform his vivid ideas and drawings into a cohesive narrative.

Impressed by Albert’s boundless imagination, the duo worked tirelessly every weekend for eight months. Albert conceptualised characters using 3D modelling, captured garden scenes on his iPad, and together with Helen, transformed his dreams into reality.

Autistic boy from Harrow defies odds with grammar book for kids Harrow Online

This joint effort resulted in a groundbreaking grammar book, making Albert the first 10-year-old autistic boy in the UK to publish such a work.

The grammar book, tailored for children worldwide but with a special focus on those with special needs, is now available on Amazon. Albert’s creation has already gained traction among parents at Alexandra School in South Harrow, with a growing demand prompting the family to reach a broader audience.

Albert’s mother Maddie told Harrow Online, “I am incredibly proud of him! It was very scary at the beginning receiving the diagnose and not knowing what will happen next, what we should do as parents.

“It was such a long journey full of therapy sessions, fighting for support, choosing the right school…

Autistic boy from Harrow defies odds with grammar book for kids Harrow Online

“However, the purpose was worth it
Looking back at everything, and seeing how much he progressed and that he is able to inspire other kids, makes us so proud and so happy. Albert proved that autism is not his disability, it is his ability.

“To all the parents out there: never stop supporting your kid and always remember there is light at the end of the tunnel.”

This success story not only showcases Albert’s determination but also emphasises the inclusive nature of his educational contribution, aimed at making grammar accessible and enjoyable for children from diverse backgrounds.

Albert’s book, titled Mr Raggy, The Rescue nuts and the Missing Words can be found here via Amazon.

Autistic boy from Harrow defies odds with grammar book for kids Harrow Online