“Children,” Sister Mikkelsen said, “raise your hand if you know Chrissy Henderson.” We looked at each other and squirmed, but no one raised a hand. Finally, Viola said, “Well, we know about her, but we don’t really know her.” Chrissy Henderson screams and throws bread during the sacrament. She goes to her own special school, and she has her own one-girl Primary class. And now Sariah has agreed to go visit Chrissy in her class . . . all by herself. Learn with Sariah as she tries to play with a new friend who definitely does not talk as most people do. Lee Ann Setzer, a speech pathologist who has worked with many children with autism, takes readers on an educational journey as Sariah McDuff learns to walk as Jesus walked by showing love to someone in need of a friend.