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Graeme Simsion is the author of the hugely popular The Rosie Project and it's follow up sequel The Rosie Effect. The Rosie Project was an international best-seller for Graeme, winning countless awards and selling in over 40 countries. Bill Gates named The Rosie Project  as one of his top six recommended books to read over summer. We here at Autism Asperger ACT (AAACT) are huge fans of Graeme, not only for his wonderful writing talents, but for his insightful and endearing characterisation of Asperger Syndrome hero, Don Tillman. AAACT is thrilled to have Graeme as a speaker to help us raise funds and awareness for sufferers of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) during Autism Awareness month in April 2015. Come along to the National Library on Wednesday, 29 April where Graeme will talk about his literary journey and help us raise awareness in the community about people living on the spectrum. Mingle over a glass of wine in the foyer and have your book signed by the author.

National Library of Australia

Parkes Place West Parkes ACT 2600, Australia

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Susanne Morton
Autism Asperger ACT

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