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Finding the Best Books on Autism

There are many great books on Autism for children and adults. On Drawing Roads, we list books like "Taking Autism to School" and "The Way I See It". “There are plenty more and we’d like to hear yours!” – Gregory Ruel.


Portland, Maine — There are some terrific books on autism for both children and adults. Autism resources can be crucial to learning and understanding this complicated affliction as well as enjoyable reads of struggle and conquer.  Fortunately, as autism awareness grows, there are new books coming out all the time that explain the workings of the autistic mind, teach kids not to hit or kick, and illustrate in pictures what it’s like to go to school.

Indeed, there are some terrific books that describe both fictional and real-life accounts of life with autism. Children’s books are illustrated and teach children how to explain the things that make autism difficult. Books for adults include fascinating autobiographies from those who grew up 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

• “I Have Autism” A Child’s First Look at Autism by Pat Crissey

Whether it’s a first hand account by regarded expert Temple Grandin, or 13 year old Naoki Higashida, these tales of triumph showcase all the good that can come from life with autism. In addition, summaries of each of the books are available at

Drawing Roads is a blog about a young boy with autism and the challenges him and his parents have encountered. 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. Drawing Roads provides summaries on the books from where each is available. Many of the books are widely available through other outlets. “We do not sell any of these books. We’ve just read them and they’re great.”
Gregory Ruel (Portland, Maine)


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