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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CBT Workbook for Adults Autism: Practical Tools for Enhancing Emotional Regulation and Coping Skills in Autistic Individuals

"What strategies have you tried to effectively cope and manage your Autism symptoms?

Are you Ready to enhance your emotional regulation and coping skills as an autistic adult?

Discover our comprehensive ""CBT Workbook for Autism!"" And Dive into practical tools tailored specifically for autistic individuals, designed to empower you in navigating daily challenges with confidence..."

Kindle/Paperback

28 January 2024

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English

How to Find a Four-Leaf Clover: What Autism Can Teach Us About Difference, Connection, and Belonging

A powerfully moving read from beloved Love on the Spectrum star and disability rights advocate Jodi Rodgers, sharing lessons from her work within the autistic community that can help create a more inclusive society for us all.

Kindle/Paperback

20 February 2024

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How Not to Fit In: An Unapologetic Guide to Navigating Autism and ADHD

"The lack of information around how ADHD and autism shows up in adults means that many of us have been assuming we were anxious, not working hard enough, or just entirely failing altogether.’ – Jess Joy and Charlotte Mia

Written by two late-diagnosed neurodivergent women and the founders of fast-growing online community @IAmPayingAttention, HOW NOT TO FIT IN is an handbook-meets-rallying cry.

Foregrounding real experiences with autism and ADHD, this book explores the journey of discovering, accepting and flourishing with your neurodivergent brain. It explores why getting diagnosis can be so fraught and gendered, and how to navigate a world which centres neurotypical brains in the realms of relationships, careers, friendships and finances."

Kindle/Paperback

15 February 2024

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Life as a Late-Identified Autistic: A Collection of Essays Exploring Autism

When Jackie Schuld’s therapist suggested she might be autistic, she scoffed. She knew there was no way she could be autistic. She was in her mid-30s and ran her own therapy private practice. Everything she learned about autism in her Master’s program in mental health counseling didn’t apply to her. She could make excellent eye contact. She could engage in deep conversations. She could attend social gatherings. She could make it through abrupt changes and remain flexible.

Kindle/Paperback

29 January 2024

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The Essential Autism Parenting Handbook: Thrive Amidst Spectrum Disorders, Manage Sensory Challenges, Foster Effective Communication, & Learn the Best Treatments for your Child

The road ahead might be challenging, but it's a journey that holds immense rewards. Find out how you can help your autistic child not only survive, but also thrive in life, no matter what challenges they face.

Kindle/Paperback

8 February 2024

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Ollietistic : Parenting with autism 2024

"Do you find it difficult to properly parent your autistic child?

You're not alone. In fact, almost all parents find it tricky to handle children with autism, given the challenges it creates with social interaction, communication, and repetitive activities.

And yet, while there are many parents who struggle, there are few who reach out for the help they need, mainly because more of the information online is either unhelpful or covered in complex jargon."

Kindle

26 January 2024

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The Fire, the Water, and Maudie McGinn

Neurodivergent Maudie is ready to spend an amazing summer with her dad, but will she find the courage to tell him a terrible secret about life with her mom and new stepdad? This contemporary novelis a must-read for fans of Leslie Connor and Ali Standish. A Schneider Family Book Award winner!

Maudie always looks forward to the summers she spends in California with her dad. But this year, she must keep a troubling secret about her home life—one that her mom warned her never to tell. Maudie wants to confide in her dad about her stepdad's anger, but she’s scared....

Kindle/Paperback

July 11, 2023

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English

The Autistic Guide to University

This book is an explorative and interactive guide to navigating University as an Autistic student. It is a simplified guide which discusses the basics of university, such as guiding you through the important processes for example, applying for student finance. It is interactive in that there are sections which can be filled in to help support you and build a resource for your university journey.

Paperback

July 20, 2023

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English

The Awesome Autistic Guide to Other Humans: Relationships with Friends and Family by Yenn Purkis and Tanya Masterman

Let's face it, other humans can be difficult to understand sometimes!

There is no need to worry! Yenn, Tanya and a tiny meerkat called Min are here to help you find out everything you need to know about friendships, improving relationships with your family members, and how to deal with disagreements that can arise with the people in your life.

Kindle/Paperback

February 21, 2024

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101 Tips for the Parents of Boys with Autism: The Most Crucial Things You Need to Know About Diagnosis, Doctors, Schools, Taxes, Vaccinations, Babysitters, Treatment, Food, Self-Care, and More

The latest research shows that more than 1 in 50 boys in the US now has autism, and the number keeps rising. Parents of these boys become full-time researchers, always looking for the latest information on doctors, education, and treatments. Following countless hours of study, Ken Siri is sharing what he has learned. In 101 Tips for the Parents of Boys with Autism you will learn about navigating puberty with your son including issues such as personal hygiene, inappropriate touching, and sex. Parents of boys with autism contend with many unique problems due to increases in size, strength, and aggression as the boy ages. How do you keep both yourself and your son safe when he is suddenly twice your size? 101 Tips for the Parents of Boys with Autism has the answer...

Kindle/Paperback

April 14, 2015

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The Parent’s Guide to Raising a Child With Autism: Understanding and Overcoming the Challenges of Parenting Autistic Children

You already know that parenting a child with ASD comes with unique challenges... Now it's time to discover how you can make the journey easier.
Behind every ASD diagnosis, there’s a child with an individual set of needs… and, above all else, an individual personality...

Kindle/Paperback

July 6, 2022

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Parenting a Child with Autism: A Modern Guide to Understand and Raise your ASD Child to Success (Successful Parenting)

Why you should steer clear of Doctor Google and have faith in your own parenting skills and intuition – here’s how.
When a baby is born, you count the fingers and toes, you wait for the cry, and finally, there is a sense of relief that everything is ok. Over the next few months, you learn so much about this tiny human and, of course, plenty of reading about what to expect...

Kindle/Paperback

13 June 2022

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We Walk: Life with Severe Autism (The Culture and Politics of Health Care Work)

In this collection of beautiful and raw essays, Amy S. F. Lutz writes openly about her experience―the positive and the negative―as a mother of a now twenty-one-year-old son with severe autism. Lutz's human emotion drives through each page and challenges commonly held ideas that define autism either as a disease or as neurodiversity. We Walk is inspired by her own questions: What is the place of intellectually and developmentally disabled people in society? What responsibilities do we, as citizens and human beings, have to one another? Who should decide for those who cannot decide for themselves? What is the meaning of religion to someone with no abstract language? Exploring these questions, We Walk directly―and humanly―examines social issues such as inclusion, religion, therapeutics, and friendship through the lens of severe autism....

Kindle

15 October 2020

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Each Day I Like It Better: Autism, ECT, and the Treatment of Our Most Impaired Children

In the fall of 2009, Amy Lutz and her husband, Andy, struggled with one of the worst decisions parents could possibly face: whether they could safely keep their autistic ten-year-old son, Jonah, at home any longer. Multiple medication trials, a long procession of behaviour modification strategies and even an almost year-long hospitalisation had all failed to control his violent rages. Desperate to stop the attacks that endangered family members, caregivers and even Jonah himself, Amy and Andy decided to try the controversial procedure of electroconvulsive therapy or ECT. Over the last three years, Jonah has received 136 treatments. His aggression has greatly diminished and for the first time Jonah, now fourteen, is moving to a less restricted school.

Kindle/Paperback

April 1, 2014

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Students with Autism: How to improve language, literacy, and academic success

Katharine Beals describes the root causes of the language and learning challenges in autism, their various academic consequences, and a variety of tools and strategies for addressing them. Drawing on what the most current evidence shows about the nature of autism and which therapies are most successful, Beals discusses the implications for autism-friendly instruction in academic subjects.

Kindle/Paperback

September 6, 2022

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The Breakaway: A Parent's Guide to Transitioning the Autistic and Twice Exceptional Adolescent Into Young Adulthood

The Breakaway" is a must have resource for any parent looking for a concrete and realistic approach for guiding a neurodiverse teen into young adulthood. Whether you are the parent of a younger teen still living at home, one who is looking to find their footing after high school, seeking job skill training or facing the challenges of college, the concepts and tools provided in this book will be essential to your new endeavor as support provider and coach during this time of transition. Inspired by his own experience as a neurodiverse teen and by the many families with whom the author has worked, the title (The Breakaway) refers to these, teens/developing young adults, as they face the challenge of taking greater initiative and responsibility for themselves. This practical and relatable guide is designed to help parents develop a plan and strategy appropriate for their specific circumstance....

Paperback

April 2, 2021

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Parenting Toolbox: 125 Activities Therapists Use to Reduce Meltdowns, Increase Positive Behaviors & Manage Emotions

Get Kids to Listen, Stay Focused and Organized Written from the bestselling author of CBT Toolbox for Children and Adolescents comes the all-in-one resource you need to start dealing with problem behaviors at home. The Parenting Toolbox is filled with easy-to-use strategies, backed by science, to overcome challenges and strengthen parent-child interactions - one worksheet, activity and exercise at a time.- Help kids cope with their stressful moments and anxious thoughts - Improve social skills with siblings, friends and peers at school - Reduce tantrums and meltdowns to create a more peaceful home - Diminish the daily fight over screen time The Therapists' Secret to Changing Behaviors Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) focuses on changing negative thoughts, beliefs and attitudes. Brief, targeted exercises can teach ways to recognize and replace unhealthy thoughts, improving emotions and behaviors.

Paperback

1 September 2018

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Understanding AUTISM, Walk A Mile in Their Shoes: Beginners Guide to: Diagnosis Process, Creating Routines, Managing Sensory Difficulties, Surviving Meltdowns, And much more!

It is suggested that boys are 4 times more likely to get a diagnosis of autism than girls. Autism does not discriminate; it effects all ethnicities and socio-economic groups. Getting the diagnosis and intervention early is better however unfortunately this does not happen for all families.

Kindle/Paperback

April 16, 2021

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ABA Visualized Guidebook 2nd Edition: A visual guidebook of approachable behavior expertise

Our best-selling ABA guidebook is now even better! The second edition of ABA Visualized Guidebook teaches how to prevent and manage challenging behaviors and how to support learners in building new skills using step-by-step visuals and approachable language. We've visualized 27 evidence-based strategies that embody a compassionate approach to supporting learners, including a new chapter on specific strategies for inclusive classrooms! In addition, you'll find 9 step-by-step visual guides to address parents' and teachers' top priorities.

Paperback

1 September 2019

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Autism in Adults (Overcoming Common Problems)

"If you've recently been diagnosed with ASD, or think you might be, or you are close to
someone with ASD, one of the things you will like most about this book is the way in
which it challenges the idea of autism as a 'disorder' or 'impairment'.
Instead, Dr Luke Beardon will help you to reframe what you feel, and challenge what you
know, about being on the spectrum. He explains how autism impacts on the individual,
and what purpose a diagnosis might - or might not - serve. There is a lot of myth-busting,
and dismantling of the stereotypes and clichés around ASD and areas like communication,
social interaction and relationships. Practical tips for undiagnosed adults will help you
navigate things like school, work, study, parenthood and even to understand what
happens when autistic people break the law.
Above all, this book is a celebration of what it means to be autistic - of the passion,
honesty, humor, lack of ego, loyalty and trustworthiness that make you, or your loved
one, such an a

Kindle/Paperback

September 28, 2021

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