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 and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (Cambridge Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)

Featuring contributions from leading authorities in the clinical and social sciences, this thoroughly revised and updated new edition reflects the most recent progress in the understanding of autism and related conditions, and offers an international perspective on the present state of the discipline. Chapters cover current approaches to definition and diagnosis; prevalence and planning for service delivery; cognitive, genetic, and neurobiological features; and pathophysiological mechanisms. There is a new chapter covering communication issues. Interventions reviewed include the pharmacological, behavioral, and educational, and a thoughtful final chapter addresses the nature of the fundamental social disturbance that characterizes autism.

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12 April 2007

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My Friend Jake has Autism: A book to explain autism to children, UK English edition

"A picture book to help children understand autism.
Narrated by a friend, this book talks about how autism affects Jake at school and at home. Autism is a common condition that affects a child's social skills as well as organisation and processing.
This book explains autism in a simple way. While it explains the difficulties encountered by a child with autism, it recognises that all children with autism are different.
It is written in a positive narrative. This version of the book is written in UK English.
This is an ideal book for parents or teachers to use to explain what autism is and how it affects a classmate, friend or family member."

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10 November 2019

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CBD Oil For Autism: The Essential Guide To Using CBD Oil Treatment Of Autism

"Autіѕm іѕ a common dеvеlорmеntаl dіѕоrdеr іnvоlvіng dysfunctional ѕосіаl ѕkіllѕ and аbnоrmаl соgnіtіvе function. CBD оіl hаѕ recently соmе tо lіght аѕ a promising роtеntіаl treatment option for thе соndіtіоn. In thіѕ bооk, wе dіѕсuѕѕ how іt works, аnd hоw to gеt ѕtаrtеd uѕіng CBD.

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4 August 2022

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A is for Autism: A Kid's Book on Making Friends With a Child Who Has Autism

A Is for Autism, F Is for Friend: A Kid’s Book for Making Friends with a Child Who Has Autism provides an inside look at the life of Chelsea, a young girl who has classic autism. In this book, Chelsea walks us through her day, including trips to the playground and park, and explains that although she sees other kids playing and wants to join them, social interaction can be tricky for her. In sharing some of her strengths and challenges, Chelsea compares them with issues that all kids face, highlighting the many things she and her schoolmates have in common. One of the goals of this book to is help typical children understand that, "Hey, I experience that, too!" A Is for Autism, F Is for Friend provides an enjoyable, discussion-oriented format for teaching youth about autism.

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1 April 2007

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Little Victories: Autism Through a Father's Eyes

THE AWARD WINNING GRAPHIC NOVEL AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A FATHER, AND THE CHALLENGES HE FACES RAISING HIS AUTISTIC SON.A beautiful visual exploration of the highs and lows experienced by a parent learning how to adapt to his son's autism. Faced with a challenging road ahead, the author uses creative flair and ingenuity in order to connect with his son, enabling him to reach his fullest potential and prepare him for the transition into adulthood.This stunning insight into the nature of autism and the daily struggles of a parent uses humor and compassion to convey its message. This is the perfect creative outlet for anyone - from parent to teacher - looking for detailed information on the subject with a more personal touch.Yvon Roy won the Best Biography Award from the Disability Fund and Society, as well receiving the INSPIREO High School Students Award for the most inspiring youth book, and the Literary Award for Citizenship from the Maine Teachers' League.

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25 May 2021

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When Autism Becomes the New Awesome: The Story of How My Son Beat the Odds and Secrets Parents Need to Know

When Autism Becomes the New Awesome is a book to uplift and empower parents of autistic children. The author, a mother of an autistic son, explains her unconventional tricks that significantly impacted the development of her incredible son who overwhelmingly exceeded the expectations of autism professionals. Tania also shares with the reader her emotional journey from diagnosis to current day, and teaching parents the importance of finding true peace and joy.

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4 October 2018

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KEYS TO PARENTING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM: A Guide on How to Handle Children with Autism, Deal with the Challenges of Autism and Help Children with Autism Grow

"Neither a psychology degree nor specialized training are required. You must move quickly since early intervention is always preferred, which is one of the most common pieces of advice you will hear from ASD specialists.
Every parent struggles with self-doubt throughout their lives. These uncertainties may have a substantial effect on the development of children with ASD if you are their parent. But from today, all of it is changeable!
You will benefit from reading KEYS TO PARENTING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM by:
comprehending the prevalent autism spectrum disorders and autism in its entirety
Knowing how to determine whether your child has autism spectrum disorder (ASD): warning signs and behaviors
Understanding male and female autistic children's behaviors: Differences and Similarities
Gaining the knowledge of how an ASD diagnosis is established, potential experts you could approach, and resources for help
Gaining awareness of treatments for ASD that may help youngsters feel better and resu

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28 July 2022

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Autism and Us: Old As Time

Autism and Us: Autism Old As Time, is a collection of essays written to take the reader on a journey through history, examining the impact of autism on the opinions and solutions of writers, poets, and other prominent individuals from the early 19th century through today. While her first book described raising Temple, this book describes the journey that Ms. Cutler took as she came to terms with autism in her life and saw our ever-evolving capacity, as individuals and as a society, to keep re-inventing ourselves. She looks at autism from the point of view of the phoenix: that ancient symbol of culture renewing itself.

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6 September 2022

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Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism 2010-2011

For parents of children with autism, research is a full-time job. For parents with limited time, ability, or resources to do this, Ken Siri and Tony Lyons have compiled the latest in autism theory, research, and treatment. Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism contains contributions from more than eighty experts on a variety of therapies, models, and multifaceted evaluation and treatment centers. Each contributor gives the reader a basic description of the topic, including its scientific rationale, development, risks, and benefits. Siri and Lyons include the therapies of the future, focusing on current clinical trials, ongoing research, and the researchers striving to better understand autism and find new treatments.

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1 April 2010

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The Autistic Boy in the Unruly Body: Autism and I Series

"Imagine being born with a body that disobeys you. You cannot sit still. Your mouth cannot form the words necessary to communicate. Your body does the opposite of what your brain is commanding it to do. You cannot escape. This is the real-life, unnerving battle many Autistics who struggle with apraxia, a mind-body disconnect, endure every day.

The Autistic Boy in the Unruly Body takes you on one child’s crusade to discard his own body in search of a better one. His pilgrimage teaches him persistence and self-acceptance, and he learns to see the good in his beautiful, autistic body.

The author, Gregory C Tino, knows this journey all too well. He has spent the last 27 years finding a way to work with, instead of against, his unruly body. We all know a person or family affected by autism who may need to recognize their own beauty. Gregory C Tino wrote this book for them."

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26 July 2022

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Autism is not a disability It's a different ability: An Inspirational Coloring Book for Autistic Kids with Motivational Sayings and Positive Affirmations

"This coloring book features an array of motivational sayings and floral patterns. Each page features an inspiring quote to provide affirmations and positivity to autistic kids. As they colour this colouring book, they can express creativity and reduce stress.

Product Details:

Single sided coloring pages wtih black background to avoid bleed through when coloring
Perfect for all colouring mediums
Large print format 8.5""x11.0"" (22x28cm) pages
Extra blank pages for color testing"

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23 May 2020

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Sound Advice: How to Help Your Child with SPD, Autism and ADHD from the Inside Out

"When the inner ear's ability to sense sound and movement breaks down during early life, there can be wide-ranging developmental consequences. Sound Advice integrates the personal stories of a pediatric occupational therapist with current science on why some children struggle to learn and adapt. Sound Advice explores these often therapeutically ignored senses as the gateway to the brain. Treating them can help children with SPD, autism and ADHD more easily connect with the world around them. Take ""Sound Advice"" on:
The hidden functions of hearing in paying attention
The ""background"" sensation of the vestibular system
How glitches in sensory systems can derail normal development
Developmentally-effective therapies and interventions
Empowering yourself to support your child's way of learning about the world"

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1 July 2022

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Autism and Me: A book for children with autism

"Many children, teenagers and grown-ups see and interact with the world from a different perspective. They are often described as quirky or eccentric. They struggle with social interaction and are often upset by change or too much noise and activity around them. But they often have strengths in many areas-with extraordinary memories, attention to detail, extensive knowledge in specific subjects, and possess exceptional skills in many areas such as technology or creative arts. Many of these individuals are on the Autistic Spectrum or have been given the diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

ASD is a different way of viewing and interacting with the world but it can cause distress for the child and their families. ASD is common with rates of 1 in 65 children, with a dramatic increase in diagnosis over the last decade, especially in females. When I started my child psychiatry training (over thirty years ago) colleagues used to laugh and say that I saw autism everywhere! Clinicia

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27 March 2022

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My Autistic Filter: An inside look at how one autistic person processes information (My Personal Autism Journey)

"This book contains illustrations comparing how someone like me views the world vs a non-autistic person views the world, including how we view friendship, noises, sights, routine, time, and have issues with boundaries.

It takes a look through illustration at why people like me are overly sensitive to noise, or have issues paying attention, or respond negatively to touch, or get upset when a routine is disrupted.

I am in my 50s, so I am looking at this as an individual who has had many experiences and train wrecks. I have spent many years of self introspection, trying to understanding how my filtering system affects my ability to function and my relationship with my environment. In the last 1930s, Autism was first being diagnosed as a specific psychological process.
But up until the 1960s, it was accepted as a dimension of other psychological profiles.
Once it was understood as a unique neurological characteristic, studies branched out to understand exactly what it saw, because we re

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28 October 2019

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The Kid-Friendly ADHD & Autism Cookbook, 3rd edition: The Ultimate Guide to the Most Effective Diets -- What they are - Why they work - How to do them

"The Kid-Friendly ADHD & Autism Cookbook, 3rd Edition explains the best diets for children with food intolerances and hypersensitivities that stem from altered biochemistry and which may be causing problems in learning, behavior, development, attention, sensory responses, sleep, and digestion. The authors provide guidelines to help parents determine which diets may be helpful for their child’s specific symptoms and needs.

One of the challenges that parents face is coping with children who have picky appetites and crave the very foods that negatively affect their behavior, focus, and development. Linked to this is the challenge of finding ways to get their children to eat the healthy foods that will improve their nutrition. This book provides suggestions for feeding picky eaters, including those with texture issues."

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28 January 2020

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Autism English Alphabet Writing Book Vol.1 | Rajni Singh | For Autistic Children

This is a laminated spiral-bound booklet. It is helpful for children to learn how to write within spaces. This is a systematically done special educator resource where the spacing reduces gradually and first, a child learns proper spacing and how to write letters in a given space. Then, slowly the space between the lines reduces. The last page of this book consists of the regular fourline notebook page and therefore the child practices from big boxes and learns how to write within the regular four-line notebook with the help of this resource. This Book is different from Autism School Books and uses a better Scientific Approach to ensure the Child learns faster. 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

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1 January 2022

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The Parent's Guide to In-Home ABA Programs: Frequently Asked Questions about Applied Behavior Analysis for your Child with Autism

What is Applied Behavior Analysis? What will happen when an ABA therapist comes into my home? Most importantly, how can ABA help my child? This quick guide answers all of the common questions that parents have when beginning an in-home ABA program.ABA is an effective intervention for children with autism and other developmental disorders, but all of the data collection, reinforcement, and strange lingo can be confusing for parents who are not familiar with ABA therapy. Concise and practical, this handbook explains the ins and outs of Applied Behavior Analysis in a chatty question and answer format addressing everything parents need to know from what a typical session will entail, to how to navigate their relationship with their therapist, to how to get more involved and begin using ABA methods themselves. This book is an ideal introduction for parents to help them understand and get the most out of their child's ABA treatment. It will also be a useful resource for newly-qualified ABA t

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15 November 2012

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Motivation and Reinforcement: Turning the Tables on Autism

One of Lulu's best sellers of all time, the second edition of the book Educate Toward Recovery is now called Motivation and Reinforcement: Turning the Tables on Autism. This book is the ultimate guide to home based autism intervention. It is a forward-thinking guide that translates the Verbal Behavior Approach to ABA into everyday language. With over 100 new pages of material including new Chapters on Social Skills, Behavior Plans, Token Economies, and Advanced Instructional Control methods, this book is a must have even for those who own the 2006 version. International ABA/VB presenter Robert Schramm, explains how you can keep your child engaged in motivated learning throughout his entire day without forcing participation, blocking escape, or nagging procedures. M&R is the full realization of modern ABA/VB Autism Intervention and a great resource for parents, teachers, and therapists working with a child with autism as well as BCBA's looking for ways to improve their approach.

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23 August 2011

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Medicine for My Big Brother: A Comic Book About Autism, Medication, and Brotherly Love: 16 (Orp Library)

When Max was four, he was diagnosed with something called PDD-NOS--pervasive developmental disorder, not otherwise specified. His parents thought the news couldn't get any worse. But six years later, Max was rediagnosed with autism. He is low functioning and barely verbal, and when he becomes frustrated or overwhelmed--which happens often--he hurts himself or others. For his younger brother, Justin, this can be hard to understand. But Justin loves his brother and wants to understand him better. Written with children in mind, Medicine for My Big Brother explores the impact of autism from a sibling's perspective, especially focusing on the use and effects of psychotropic medication. Based on dozens of intensive interviews with parents and clinicians, Medicine for My Big Brother is the story of a modern struggle with a universal theme: a brother's love.

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27 July 2016

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Answering Autism: The Doman Method(R) Plan for Autism, ADD and Neurodevelopmental Delays

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26 June 2021

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