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WHEN VIEWING ON A MOBILE DEVICE--DOUBLE TAP TO ZOOM A Note from the Author Noah sees the world in a unique and special way. He’s sensitive and perceptive, and he asks questions many people—both children and adults—never consider. When he can’t find the answers to his questions, “it hurts his head and his heart.” Children who see the world differently, whose perceptions are unique, sometimes struggle. It’s the job of the grown-ups who care for and teach children to help them feel good about themselves for who they are. All children can learn to understand that being different is okay. In Noah Chases the Wind, my hope is that children who experience the world in a unique way—including children with sensory processing challenges and children on the autism spectrum— will recognize a part of themselves in Noah. COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL