Locating Great Books on Autism for Children and Adults
There are plenty of great children books on autism available. Likewise, Temple Grandin and others have written fantastic books geared toward explaining autism to adults. Gregory Ruel, Portland, Maine
Locating books on autism for children and adults alike is a simple as a trip to the library or www.amazon.com. These books range from children books that discuss explaining autism to friends at school to autobiographies and personal tales from those who have been living with autism for year. Books on autism are a fantastic tool for learning and understanding this complicated affliction as well as enjoyable reads of struggle and success.
As autism awareness continues to grow and we see more and more children diagnosed, new books are coming out often and explain the workings of the autistic mind. While one book may teach kids not to hit or kick, or how to explain autism to their grad school peers, still another presents a fantastic look into the mind of a 13-year old boy who so eloquently explains what life is like with the affliction.
Indeed, there are some outstanding books that describe both fictional and real-life accounts of life with autism. Some great books on the topic include: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” by Mark Haddon, The Social Skills Picture Book” by Jed Baker, Born on a Blue Day” by Daniel Tammet, The Reason I Jump” by Naoki Higashida, Leo the Late Bloomer” by Robert Kraus and “I Have Autism” A Child’s First Look at Autism by Pat Crissey
Summaries of each of the books are available at www.drawingroads.com. Stop by the Autism Resources page of the site and the Contact Us section to let administrators know of additional favorite books on the topic.
Gregory Ruel (Portland, Maine)
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