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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The PDA Autism Bible: The Ultimate 4-in-1 Guide to the Basics of Neurodiversity, Parenting, Educating, and Therapeutic Approaches for Supporting Individuals with Pathological Demand Avoidance

Ever wondered what makes the human mind a fascinating spectrum of diversity? Dive into the captivating world of "The PDA Autism Bible," a groundbreaking 4-in-1 guide that unlocks the mysteries of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) with simplicity that resonates with every reader...

Kindle/Paperback

25 January 2024

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Magnificent Minds: The New Whole-Child Approach to Autism

"An essential primer based on a renowned new model of care that is comprehensive and research based, while honoring the uniqueness of every child

An estimated one in thirty-six children in the United States is diagnosed with autism. New research has shed light on the many factors that determine a child’s trajectory—but many parents are still navigating this complex terrain without a road map. Pediatric neurologist Dr. Suzanne Goh has spent decades working with autistic children, and in this practical and research-based guide she shares her renowned and revolutionary model of care: an innovative, whole-child approach that combines optimal medical treatment with the most effective strategies for advancing cognition, communication, and behavior..."

Kindle

9 April 2024

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The Neurodivergence Skills Workbook for Autism and ADHD: Cultivate Self-Compassion, Live Authentically, and Be Your Own Advocate (The Social Justice Handbook Series)

"Written by neurodivergent psychologists for neurodivergent readers. This empowering workbook offers self-compassion skills to help you embrace who you are and thrive.

As an autistic person or neurodivergent individual with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may sometimes feel as if you’re living in a world that wasn’t designed for you. You may have sensory sensitivities, social difficulties, struggles with executive functioning, sleep issues, depression, anxiety, burnout and meltdowns, and trauma from a lifetime of marginalization and microaggressions."

Kindle/Paperback

1 July 2024

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Finding Your Superpowers: A Guide for People on the Autism Spectrum and Their Allies

Discovering and nurturing a person’s superpowers can bring meaning to life—and a feeling of self-worth. This book is a quick read with a fun and approachable format for a wide age range. You will find examples, stories from individuals and families, as well as references and further resources in the text. At the end of each chapter, the reader can note their discoveries. Through their individual strengths, autistic people can experience a more positive and fulfilling life. The systems that surround neurodiverse people put more emphasis on the person’s “deficits” rather than affirming those differences—often feeding low self-esteem, depression, and anxiety...

Kindle/Paperback

20 February 2024

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Treatment planner for mental health children: Comprehensive Strategies for Nurturing Children's Mental Health, Effective Tools, Interventions, Therapy, Support, Wellness and Development

"Get access to potential for transformative healing in children with our comprehensive ""Treatment Planner for Children's Mental Health."" In this groundbreaking guide, we provide an indispensable roadmap for mental health professionals, educators, parents and caregivers alike to effectively address the diverse needs of children facing emotional challenges.

With a focus on evidence-based interventions and tailored treatment plans, our book equips you with the tools to navigate the landscape of childhood mental health. From anxiety and depression to trauma and behavioral disorders, each chapter is meticulously crafted to offer practical strategies that promote resilience and foster holistic well-being."

Kindle/Paperback

8 February 2024

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The Perfect Fit Coloring Book

"This coloring book is designed to get a better understanding of children with autism and dismiss the stigmas that are sometimes attached to the diagnosis.

Author Jacquie C. Hamilton created a coloring book in honor of her smart and autistic son Jalen of his favorite foods, objects and fun things to do. Children of all ages will enjoy these coloring pages that will help their hand-eye coordination, develop their fine motor skills, and creativity."

Paperback

21 January 2024

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A Clinician’s Guide to Supporting Autistic Clients: Over 100 Treatment Recommendations and Interventions for Creating a Neurodiversity-affirming Practice

Creating a more supportive environment for autistic clients can be a confusing process. With so much information, and so many different perspectives, it can be difficult to know where to start. Further, the mental health field has only recently begun moving away from “treating autism” to working with autistic and neurodivergent individuals in a more affirming way.

Paperback

9 April 2024

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U Don't Seem Autistic: Hidden in Plain Sight: How I Unmasked & You Can Too

"What if you found out in mid-life that you were autistic?

Kathleen was diagnosed in midlife with autism, and in her new book, U Don’t Seem Autistic, she bravely shares her personal story. This is a story of empowerment by the discovery of autistic identity, at last! By sharing the pitfalls she has experienced up to mid-life and their relationship to autism, she hopes to help others to seek a diagnosis, as she states women are missed or misdiagnosed due to the gender inequities of diagnosis. She shares her tips for those questioning if they are on the spectrum or currently navigating the diagnosis, natural health tips, working with an autism service dog, and provides solutions for how to make mainstream settings inclusive for neurodiverse people."

Kindle/Paperback

4 February 2024

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Strength Not Deficit: BECAUSE I am Autistic!

"Exposing the common Autistic traits with the power to overcome challenge, leading to achievement and success… and what happens when that success is met with ableism.

Most people Jane McNeice encounters don’t recognise she is Autistic until she chooses to share it, at which point she detects change."

Kindle/Paperback

29 January 2024

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Dahlia & Friends: Different Together: A Story For Children With Autism

In today’s adventure, Dahlia and her friends discover their differences and learn the power of acceptance and awareness. Readers will learn about children with autism and recognize that each friend’s individuality is something to cherish and embrace.

Kindle/Paperback

13 February 2024

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Ausome Parenting: The Guide to Endless Love, Emotional Support, and Acceptance for Your Autistic Child

"Do you feel overwhelmed and alone in raising your autistic child? Are you seeking solutions and empowerment on this journey?

As a fellow autism parent, I understand those sleepless nights spent worrying about the future. I know the heartache when your child struggles with bullies or meltdowns. But I also recognize your child’s unique strengths and capabilities.

In “Ausome Parenting,” I invite you to join me in shifting the narrative. This is not a story of hardship, but of hope. Of forging a profound connection with your wonderful child. Of nurturing their growth in an environment of unconditional love and acceptance..."

Kindle/Paperback

31 January 2024

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Different, Not Less: A neurodivergent's guide to embracing your true self and finding your happily ever after

"Growing up, Chloé Hayden felt like she'd crash-landed on an alien planet where nothing made sense. Eye contact? Small talk? And why are you people so touch-oriented?

She moved between 10 schools in 8 years, struggling to become a person she believed society would accept, and was eventually diagnosed with autism and ADHD. When a life-changing group of allies showed her that different did not mean less, she learned to celebrate her true voice and find her happily ever after..."

Kindle/Paperback

12 March 2024

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Handbook for PDA Autism: A Guide to Understanding and Thriving with Pathological Demand Avoidance, Navigating Meltdowns, and Supporting Neurodiversity in Kids for Guardians and Parents

"Have you ever felt the ground shift beneath you with a single diagnosis?

What happens when the journey of parenting takes an unexpected turn, and traditional strategies seem to fall short?

In ""Handbook for PDA Autism,"" Susan, a mother intimately acquainted with the challenges of raising a child with Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) Autism, invites you to explore a narrative that resonates with the uncharted realities of countless parents..."

Kindle/Paperback

2 February 2024

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PDA Autism in Toddlers Explained: A Practical Guide for Parents and Caregivers on Prompt Actions, Modifications, and Development to Help Young Children with Pathological Demand Avoidance Thrive

Do you have a toddler who resists and avoids the ordinary demands of life? Do you wonder why your child seems to have a strong need for control and uses social strategies to escape demands? Do you suspect that your child may have a form of autism that is not well understood or recognized?

Kindle/Paperback

11 February 2024

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Applied Behavior Analysis: An Understanding Overview of Applied Behavior Analysis for Professionals, Teachers, and Parents

"Introducing Peace J. Williams, an authority on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Peace offers a bold and thorough guidance in her most recent masterwork, ""Applied Behavior Analysis,"" that will transform your knowledge of human behavior.

Take a deep dive into behavior analysis with Peace as your mentor. Learn the fundamentals of ABA in a simple and understandable way, covering everything from behavior analysis to antecedent and consequence exploration. Discover the complicated nature of education via relevant examples and useful advice."

Kindle/Paperback

17 February 2024

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The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy

"""This is the book that would've saved me nine different therapists, decades of self-analysis, thousands of pounds, twelve different doctors and untold amounts of pain, frustration and trauma - in spending a lifetime looking for the right answers in the wrong places I've become an accidental expert."".."

Paperback

21 February 2024

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It's Autism! Now What?: Some Things You Should Know

It’s autism! Now what? Whether you have an official diagnosis or you’re still waiting to see the doctor, this book gives you some resources, ideas, and avenues you can pursue to get your child the help they need so you are not wasting effort and valuable time. You do not have to wait for an official diagnosis or therapy to start helping your child now. This quick resource is filled with important information about things like yeast belly, functional medicine, gut testing, behavior tips, therapies, various online resources, and more! Jeanette Duby has been walking the autism road since 2020 and shares her story of raising her grandnephew who has severe autism. Jeanette shares everything she has learned on this unexpected journey. Grab a copy and get started. Don’t wait!

Paperback

20 January 2024

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Being Autistic is Not a Behavior Problem: A Critique of Applied Behavior Analysis in the Era of Neurodiversity

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) has become a widely used form of therapy for autistic children without its theories and methods being well understood. This critical analysis of the theories and research on which ABA bases its claim to being an evidence-based treatment is a must-read for everyone who has a stake in the lives of autistic individuals. This book reviews the literature which shows that ABA is not based on scientific research, and that practitioners of ABA are not required to be trained in child psychology, pediatrics, child development, education, family therapy, language development, or scientific research.....

Kindle/Paperback

6 February 2024

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Autistic and Black

"""It's time we bring forward Black autistic pain points and celebrate the triumphs of ourselves, family members, and organizations that care for these individuals. Through following the real stories of others from around the world, I hope fellow Black and autistic individuals will be empowered to realize that being Black and autistic is enough.""

In this powerful insight into the lives of Black autistic people, Kala Allen Omeiza brings together a community of voices from across the world, spanning religions, sexuality and social economic status to provide a deep and rich understanding of what it means to be autistic and Black..."

Kindle/Paperback

21 February 2024

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Navigating PDA in America: A Framework to Support Anxious, Demand-Avoidant Autistic Children, Teens and Young Adults

Although Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) has been a recognized autistic profile in the UK for some time, awareness is still growing in America. When parents first learn about it they talk about having a lightbulb moment of understanding their child better. Many described how, having found traditional parenting and behavioral techniques made things worse instead of better, they felt judged and alone. Teachers and school administrators also reported struggling to support their PDA students. The children, teens and young adults themselves were often left feeling misunderstood....

Kindle/Paperback

21 June 2024

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