I probably have a rather special book recommendation request. Can you recommend me good novels (no non-fiction), suffering in which one or more pieces from mental disorders? Very interesting, I found the mystery books middle school by Torey Hayden, who has written himself through their work experience on the subject as well. I hope you have some ideas for me. We had almost the same question a month ago schonmal . . and there was a whole plethora of answers :-) Maybe for you, too have one or the other suggestion here. Hi, in the first book, the protagonist Aspergersyndrom. In the second, the main character is accordingly slow / crazy. In the last two people suffering from split personality. I just read "deficiencies" specimen "Sarah Kuttner. As the protagonist suffers from depression. In "On the trail of the shadow sister" by Janna Stoll is about Borderline. LG. thank you all for the great recommendations! Since so few is what I do not know yet. I've also seen the same yet the responses of the other book question (funny that I had not found through the search . . probably searched the wrong words). I still fall "Franny and Zooey" by Salinger and the novel by Walker Percy "The Idiot of the South" field. In the families is so wrong with some diseases. The beginning of interest in reading appears in the handling of mystery books middle school and recorded by the small child, his fondness consider and identify the illustrations and their desire to be told and read to few. Many children show interest in that they "read" an before they can understand the words, apparently, the stream of sounds and changes in facial expression and vocal call their inflexin attention (and reading is certainly much more attractive if estn sitting comfortable in the lap of the person reading). The children express their interest in this way by one or another aspect of reading before the age of two years of age, sometimes before their first year. The interest in reading comes from experience dating back to early childhood. When your child has learned to read, activities and interests with regard to reading show some age-related trends, both in the amount of reading and the variety of LEDOS issues. However, within each age there are great individual differences, and it is often difficult to determine to qu point custom and what is affordable to the children affect the interests of these. Among the trends are the following: prior to the five years of age, many children expressed fondness simple and true stories of things that happen in the everyday environment, animal tales and nature , verses and rhymes and stories illustrated with engravings that can talk to an elder. Many children, as early as three or four years old, are strongly attracted by the mystery books middle school of "comic" and call for the lean, although clearly they can not understand the words or have an idea developing clear action. During the period of primary school, the interest of individual children by reading differs widely, and this depends in part on factors such as differences in intelligence materials available and the stimulus supplied by the companions and the largest in the NIO. In a study by Dunn (1921) it appears that interest in the primary mystery books middle school level are not very specialized. For the children liked the surprise and the plot, the stories about animals to attract a lot of men, and those relating to children and family experiences much interested in girls. We found no evidence that children in primary mystery books middle school age were in an "age of pure fantasy" and that the legends and folktales constitute for them as genre, more Materials interesting. With increasing age, there is a greater interest by the dangerous adventures, especially in male children. The realistic stories about animals also exert great attraction. During the years of primary school, girls tend to show more interest to the children for stories about life events hogareay domestics, and are interested in love years earlier than men. In a study of children in fourth, fifth and sixth grade, Lazar (1937) noted that exert considerable attraction the following elements: adventure, action, climax, emotions, mystery, realism, uncertainty, child life, funny prank, wildlife and nature, the noble and courageous behavior, sports, airplanes and other inventions. By the age of junior high and high school children an increasing amount of interest manifested by history, the biografay books and magazine articles relating to social and natural environment. The girls show more interest to the children by the sentimental romantic literature of an adult nature, but it is likely that both children and girls happily digest fictional materials that distort the realities and impossible situations arise. In addition to these trends there is a greater taste for humorous subjects and are likely also some related reading favorite occupations, how to do things, etctera (Gray, 1939). In a study by RL Thorndike (1941) investigated the interests of the children on reading through a list of titles fictional (but very verosmiles ), accompanied by brief annotations. The list includes both fictional literature taken as a matter of fact, with songs like adventures and mysterious events in which boys and girls involved, animals and fairies, loving, sports, favorite occupations, the s improving the same, history and travel. In the preferences of boys and girls habams of differences between younger and older children or clever and clumsy. The most intelligent children Tenan similar interests Tenan mentally inferior to two or three more years old. This increased maturity of the interest for reading in children more intelligent pona evident not only in relationship to issues or learned from books, but also in relationship with other issues such as of mystery and adventure. Within the same sex bean some titles whose popularity differed widely across age levels, but there were many that attracts both children and the elderly. Of the ten titles that attract the children msa current ten years, five continue to be among the main players for the age of fifteen. . . .