Books can play a big role in helping you and your child with Autism. You’ll find books can be a good way to connect with your children as they learn to share, make eye contact and it enhances their speech while reading one with their parents.

Here is a list of specially curated books related to Autism available on Kindle, Pdf version and paperback.

We would love to get recommendations from you on any useful books for children with Autism that are not in this list. You could write to us at contact@autismconnect.com

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Autism in Medical Astrology with Arudha Lagna of Jaimini Jyotish and Chandra Lagna of Parashar Vedic Jyotish: Decoding Past Life Sin through Nakshatra

This book is about decoding Autism through Medical Astrology with the help of Arudha lagan of Jaimini Jyotish. In this book, Author have tried to explain the importance of Moon Lagna and Arudha Lagna as it will show the same yoga which we see through the Lagna (Ascendant) in the Rashi chart. Author has explained the problem of Autism through Nakshatras with the real life case studies of Autism in this book. This book has an amalgamation of following: 1. Detailed Astrological Explanation of Autism with the help of Medical Astrology. 2. Technique of Arudha Lagan of Jaimini Jyotish. 3. What all are the important Nakshatras which are responsible for Autism? 4. Real life case studies of Autism. 5. Mythology of relevant Nakshatras.

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2 March 2022

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Steps to parenting kids with autism: a beginner guide on how to handle kids with autism

Here's why you shouldn't worry and how to have confidence in your parenting abilities.After counting the baby's fingers and toes and waiting for the first cry, you might finally feel relieved that everything is fine. You discover a great deal about this tiny human during the next months, and you read a ton about what to anticipate. What transpires, though, if the expectations aren't met? If there is no indication of the first smile? Or there is no babbling back to you?earliest grin? Or does nobody babble back to you? You immediately assume that you are paranoid. Your baby is merely taking a bit longer to mature because every baby is unique. Then the suspicions begin to mount. Just a few of the things that appear include fear, panic, and stress. As the problems become more obvious, your own health begins to deteriorate as a result of all the effort you put into making sure your child is taken care of. Just like your child, you are going to need a little bit of extra education to support

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18 July 2022

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Parenting Mindfully: 101 Ways to Help Raise Caring and Responsible Kids in an Unpredictable World

"More than ever, life in our world, nation, and communities appears insecure and unpredictable. Every day, new and disturbing incidents appear on the news that feed this sense of unrest. In our communities, people don’t attempt to understand one another’s points of view, causing compromise to give way to discord and conflict. This unremitting stress filters down to the way we raise our children and the way our kids respond to accepting the values we work hard to impart.
Parenting Mindfully helps you provide your children with a buffer against the challenges they face at home, in school, and in the neighborhood. Following the principles of Mindfulness can help you raise kids who become school smart, street smart, caring human beings. If you want to promote character traits like compassion, kindness, and respect for you and others, using Mindfulness techniques will jumpstart these positive qualities in your children. Imagine what it would be like if you could begin to find a way to paren

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15 March 2020

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Finding Your Lost Child: Understanding Allergies, Nutrition, and Detox in Autism and Children on the Spectrum

"Finding Your Lost Child teaches parents how to help children on the autism spectrum (A-spectrum) become more harmonious and happier by living allergy-free!
In the last 20+ years, A-Spectrum children have increased in unexplainable numbers. As a result, more and more parents must learn how to incorporate them into society, by helping their children and by educating the general population. For parents of children on the A-spectrum who want to learn how to help their child become healthier, have fewer temper tantrums, and have less cravings for sugars and detrimental foods, Finding Your Lost Child shows parents how to have a healthy and happy family by changing their lifestyle and learning how to alleviate―and even eliminate―allergies. Ynge Ljung’s guide outlines how doing so causes the whole family to feel and act better―even seeing progress in as little as two weeks. Ynge teaches parents:

How to eliminate allergies in their own home
The benefits of a healthy lifestyle
How to shop at t

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21 May 2019

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The Autism Advice Book I Wish I Had: Every piece of advice I have

Following the success of my first book ~ Life According to Finn: The Positive Side of Autism, I thought I would write a second book, focusing on advice. My book is specifically for parents and carers of autistic children and teenagers. I wanted to share every piece of advice that I have so that I can help other parents with their own journey through Autism. I am not an expert but I do have two teenagers with autism, so I have lots of experience. I have discussed every issue that might arise and offered advice for all of them. I wanted to give advice as myself and from my own experiences. I wanted to speak plainly without the use of complex words and medical terms so that it would be easier for people to read. While I do not know everything, I have tried my best to cover the most common problems in Autism.

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2 July 2022

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The Autism Revolution: Whole-Body Strategies for Making Life All It Can Be

"“An in-depth, scientific—yet hopeful and positive—look at how the brain and body work together . . . [Dr. Martha Herbert] has developed a new way of seeing autism.”— Library Journal

After years of treating patients and analyzing scientific data, Harvard Medical School researcher and clinician Dr. Martha Herbert offers a revolutionary new view of autism and a transformative strategy for dealing with it. Autism, she concludes, is not a hardwired impairment programmed into a child’s genes and destined to remain fixed forever. Instead, it is the result of a cascade of events, many seemingly minor. And while other doctors may dismiss your child’s physical symptoms—the anxiety, sensory overload, sleeplessness, frequent illnesses or seizures—as coincidental or irrelevant, Dr. Herbert sees them as vital clues to what the underlying problems are, and how to help. Drawing from the newest research, technologies, and insights, as well as inspiring case studies of both children and adults, Dr. He

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12 March 2013

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Does My Child Have Autism?: A ParentÂs Guide to Early Detection and Intervention in Autism Spectrum Disorders Paperback – Import, 31 March 2006

Does My Child Have Autism? is a question so many parents are asking themselves today. Is he avoiding eye contact? Why can’t she talk? Is my child’s development normal or does he have an Autism Spectrum Disorder? Parents know that if their child is somewhere on that spectrum, they need to intervene as early as possible to maximize the benefits of early intervention. This groundbreaking book, by one of the foremost experts, teachers, and clinicians in the field, provides a guide for parents about what to look for at home at twenty-four months or even earlier, what to do, and how to get the right kind of help from doctors, counselors, therapists, and other professionals.

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31 March 2006

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HOW TO PARENT A CHILD WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER: Practical Strategies to Strengthen Understanding and Raise your ASD Child to Success

Practical methods to help your kid with autism spectrum disorder flourishGet the help you need to handle the difficulties of parenting an outstanding kid. How to parent a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder includes numerous techniques to assist you efficiently and politely in handling daily circumstances.Cut down on stress with practical suggestions taken from professional understanding. Whether developing a personal support network, providing safe surroundings, or managing your kid’s interaction with others, you’ll find several methods to put your child and yourself up for success in How To Parent A Child With Autism Spectrum Disorder. This excellent book covers:Effective routine for successful management of AutismHelping Your Child with Autism ThriveHow to develop practical living skills for Austitic childrenHow to teach your child to be more social and enjoy the processHow to Boost Social Skills in Autistic ChildrenPlay, tools and games for Austitic ChildHow to encourage language i

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18 July 2022

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IT'S YOUR BABY

"Becoming a parent can be both terrifying and exciting. You will have a million questions, from how to prepare for the birth to how to feed your baby to what to expect in terms of growth and what vaccines the baby needs. It can all be overwhelming. 'Helpful advice' often ends up being confusing, and the internet can be a source of panic.

During her thirty years of practice, paediatrician Dr Saroja Balan has met thousands of parents and found herself answering the same questions. While she firmly believes parenting is mostly learning on the job, she knows a little help goes a long way. Written specifically for Indian parents, It's Your Baby is the best support to accompany you on your journey.

It is meant to help you figure out when your child needs to see a doctor and when you can handle things on your own. Covering basics such as sleep, breastfeeding and common ailments, it also includes all you need to know about screen time, childhood obesity, pollution and parenting styles, helpi

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27 January 2022

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Body Awareness for Children with Autism: A Guidebook for Parents

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder which develops during the early years of a child’s development. Interoception is one of the major areas which is affected among children with autism (CWA). A failure in this area leads to an inability to sense the internal state of the body like hunger, thirst, heartbeat, respiration, various emotions, self-awareness, and self-regulation. The book focuses on guiding parents and teachers through various visual schedules, strategies, simple pictures, games, and activities to teach body awareness, body safety, basic functional skills, general strategies, and tips to teach daily living activities to CWA right from 2-3 years of age so as to help them achieve independence in life.

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24 February 2022

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Asperger's Syndrome: Tips & Strategies

""Tips and strategies for those with autism, their parents/carers, employers, friends and teachers"" My first book Look Into My Eyes, which I described as 'an autobiography through the lens of Asperger's Syndrome' shared my experiences growing up and living with Asperger's Syndrome, a high-functioning form of Autism Spectrum Disorder. In it I shared my personal experiences about what it is like to live with Asperger's, what I have found helpful, and not so helpful. I also shared my professional experiences based off of almost 20 years of working with children, teens, and adults with autism, and their parents, carers and involved professionals. After writing Look Into My Eyes I decided it would be useful to write a book of tips and strategies. This book shares parenting tips for managing children and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), tips for those with ASD of all ages, tips for friends of those with ASD, strategies for teachers, and tips for work colleagues and employers.

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13 June 2017

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (Primer On)

"The Primer on Autism Spectrum Disorder provides a quick yet comprehensive overview of clinically-relevant topics related to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) for the medical or mental health student, trainee, or recent graduate who seeks efficient learning. Chapters are designed to give an overview of a topic area in real time while on a rotation; while studying for professional board examinations in primary care, pediatrics, neurology or psychiatry; or even during preparation for a presentation or discussion scheduled to occur the next day. The sections include Background and Diagnostic Assessment, Etiology, Treatment, and Other Care Delivery Services and Perspectives, with each chapter written by an internationally recognized expert in the field.

The chapters on diagnosis and treatment are written from a practical ""how to"" perspective. Those on etiology are written with the clinician in mind. These clinically-focused chapters include one or more vignettes that present simulated pati

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17 March 2016

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The RDI Book:: Forging New Pathways for Autism, Asperger's and PDD with the Relationship Development Intervention Program

In a highly readable and carefully detailed manner, The RDI Book chronicles the integration of cutting-edge theory and powerful clinical tools resulting in a program that has provided new hope to thousands of families with an ASD child. Dr. Gutstein describes the process in which parents are empowered and carefully trained by skilled professional consultants, to guide the cognitive, social and emotional development of their children. Through the framework of a unique dynamic intelligence curriculum, children become motivated to seek out new challenges and overcome their fear of change. Based on over ten years of research, Dr. Gutstein honors the delicate choreography critical for children of all ages to grow into independent, emotionally connected, responsible adults. The RDI Book is a landmark publication demonstrating how every family can apply their inherent wisdom and courage to attain success.

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2 March 2014

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The Diary of a Young Girl

An Inspiration The Holocaust was one of the most horrendous and terrible eras in history. Innumerable books have been written describing the horrors of the Holocaust; but nothing beats the documentation of a family who had gone into hiding in the diary of a little girl, Anne Frank. Honest, lucid and empathetic; The Diary of A Young Girl deserves a read by everyone who has ever questioned mental strength of humans and also by those who cannot come to terms with the cruelties that could be inflicted by humans upon fellow humans. The first entry in the diary is on June 12, 1942 by Anne Frank, who had received it as a birthday present and the entries in the diary end abruptly on 1 August, 1944. The Underlying Themes Anne Frank and her family lived a peaceful life in Frankfurt, Germany but they had to escape to Amsterdam with fellow Jews and go into hiding, as the Nazis took over Europe. Anne writes in her diary the tribulations her family had to face living in hiding, because they knew if

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1 January 2014

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Growing with Autism Activity Book for Kids: 50 Fun Exercises to Build Confidence and Improve Communication Skills

"Help kids with ASD thrive with interactive activities for building confidence and skills

Games and exercises are fun ways for kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to learn and grow. This standout among autism books for kids features 50 activities to help children regulate their emotions, communicate, and improve focus. Colorful and uplifting, this book empowers kids to build lifelong skills while celebrating their unique strengths and talents.

Go beyond other autism books for kids with exercises that:

Make every day easier —These puzzles, quizzes, and coloring pages help kids understand autism and improve the skills they'll use in school and at home.
Help develop skills and good habits —Activities like The Monkey Maze can help direct a child’s attention from repetitive behaviors. And try Clay Play to help nonverbal children express themselves.
Include tips for adults
—Each exercise includes a tip for grown-ups that explains how it works and how they can encourage kids to try it

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18 May 2021

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Very First Sight Words Sentences Level 1

"Sight words are many of the most frequently used words in English like “I”, “the”, “at”, “and” “so”, and many more. Sometimes referred to as high-frequency words these are commonly used words and repeated in any text. Perfect for ages 4 and up ‘Very First Sight Words and Sentences Level – 1 Book’ has –
• 64 pages
• Big, easy-to-read 55 most-used words
• Supporting sentences to make children confident readers
• Bright, colourful and engaging images
• Attractive design perfect for guided reading
Example sentences, colourful pictures make this book friendly and encouraging. As kids progress through each lesson, they familiarise themselves with sight words and strengthen their spelling skills. Colouring the stars given for every word and sentence after reading reinforces learning, boosts confidence, and help kids see their progress in real-time. "

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1 January 2021

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Brilliant Brain Activity Book 5+

"‘Brilliant Brain Activity Book’ is a delightful collection of activities, fill in the blanks, find the difference, circle the correct object, and more. This book is full of fun-filled brain-scratching activities that will help children build their logical thinking and observational skills. Plenty of topics have been put together in this activity book to stir the inner intelligence of young learners.

• A gift for ages 5-6
• Interesting, interactive activities
• Colourful pages
• Productive way to keep children busy
• Develops problem-solving and self-thinking skills
• Includes answers

This book has 88 pages with more than 300 vivid activities on various topics is sure to promote creativity, help kids develop skills and even improve concentration."

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1 January 2020

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ABA Visualized: A visual guidebook for parents and teachers

On a daily basis, we see the positive influence Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has on the lives of children, their parents as well as for the teacher. That is why ABA Visualized is created with the mission to make ABA accessible for everyone. By using visuals, this guidebook helps parents, teachers, and caregivers to bridge the gap between behavioral expertise and everyday applications. ABA Visualized teaches you how to best help students increase desired behaviors, reduce problematic behaviors, and to learn new skills. In addition to the more than 60 visual strategies, templates and tools are included to accommodate the use of the techniques, making this book a comprehensive resource.

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1 September 2019

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Autism Thinking & Reasoning Skills Vol.1 | Rajni Singh | For Autistic Children

Thinking & Reasoning Skills Development Booklet Volume 1 is a Booklet to develop thinking & reasoning abilities of an autistic child. This Book is different from Autism School Books and uses a better Scientific Approach to ensure the Child learns faster than any school books can teach. Rajni Singh is a Pioneer Special Education Teacher for the past 15yrs with the experience of Bringing up her own Elder Autistic Child who has passed his 12th Exam with Distinction and currently pursuing his Bachelors Degree in Hotel Management in a Normal college along with Normal Kids. She has helped more than 1,00,000 Children all across the World achieve success in the Real World with her Scientific teaching Books, Video Programs and In-Person Consultations.

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1 January 2022

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Social Skills Handbook for Autism: Activities to Help Kids Learn Social Skills and Make Friends

"Bestselling author and educator Catherine Pascuas has 10 years experience helping children with autism learn. In this new activities-based guide, she’s collected more than 50 engaging strategies and ideas to help kids develop social skills, make friends, and have fun.
More than 50 fun and simple games and activities help the child on the spectrum:
make friends and be part of a group;
1) interact with peers and develop social skills needed for playdates;
2) problem solve, express feelings, and answer questions;
3) deal with bullies, peer pressure, and manage stress;
4) speak over the phone, send text messages, and share stories"

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12 November 2017

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