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 Pattern Seekers: A New Theory of Human Invention

"Celebrates human cognitive diversity, and is rich with empathy and psychological insight' Steven Pinker

'Bold, intriguing, profound' Jay Elwes, Spectator

Why can humans alone invent? In this book, psychologist and world renowned autism expert Simon Baron-Cohen puts forward a bold new theory: because we can identify patterns, specifically if-and-then patterns. Baron-Cohen argues that the genes for this unique ability overlap with the genes for autism and have driven human progress for 70,000 years.

From the first musical instruments to the agricultural, industrial, and digital revolutions, Pattern Seekers links one of our greatest human strengths with a condition that is so often misunderstood and challenges us to think differently about those who think differently."

Kindle/Paperback

31 March 2022

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English

Rules and Tools for Parenting Children With Autism and Related Disorders: Changing Behavior One Step at a Time

Each child with autism is unique. Yet, children can learn, and with the 119 rules and tools presented here in the Parenting Toolbox, parents will now be able to help their child be successful. Using checklists, forms, and other practical tools, parents will eventually develop their child's personal MAP - Master Action Plan.

Kindle/Paperback

2 July 2021

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Parenting Book: 50 Tips on Building Your Child's Self Esteem (Raising Girls, Boys, Potty Training Toddlers to Teenage Kids) Child Rearing & Positive Discipline - Psychology & Development in Children

Have you ever noticed when you go on the internet searching for tips on building your child's self esteem, each website only has between 3 and 12 tips. Where are all the tips? Jenny Loveless has done the grunt work for you. She has found 50 of the best tips out there and she has consolidated them all for you right here in this book.

Kindle

22 October 2014

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Parenting Autism India: Book 9

This book is dedicated to all the parents, caregivers and teachers of children and adults with special needs. This books features blog posts published on Parenting Autism India and takes off from where the book 8 ends. Featured in this book are app reviews, book reviews, as well as reviews of digital downloads, games, free online games and many more. I hope this makes your journey a little bit easier. God Bless You!

Kindle

16 February 2021

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English

AUTISM AND YOUR TEEN: A book that will give you a better understanding of what autism is, it's signs and symptoms, treatments, misconceptions, myths and facts about it and much more!!

"Are you a parent of a teenager with autism or a teenager looking to understand more about this complex condition? Look no further than ""Autism and your Teen""

Raising a teenager is no easy feat, but when your child has autism, the challenges can feel even greater. In this guide author and expert in autism parenting, Luke Redman, offers practical advice and strategies for helping parents navigate this critical time in their child's development."

Kindle

5 April 2023

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My Autism Life : Neurodiversity Is Not A Disability

"Autism,a temporary impairment or an inborn brain difference similar to some types of genius? In actuality, it is all of these things and more, and our ability to comprehend it will determine how our society develops in the future.

You can learn about the different phases of my life as an autism person and the ways I am able to support myself and live a good life in ""My Autism Life.""

This book explores the hypothesis that neural differences such as autism, dyslexia, and ADHD are caused by natural variants in the human DNA rather than by mistakes of nature or by the toxins of contemporary society. This ground-breaking work will fundamentally alter the way we think about the origins, significance, applications, and ramifications of neurodiversity in the modern world."

Kindle/Paperback

4 April 2023

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English

The Happy Flappy Child: A Little Different

"Meet Wyatt!
A beautiful boy unlike any other. Having Autism, Wyatt has a unique way of expressing himself, and communicates differently than other children his age. Wyatt may be different, but he is a happy, smart, and loving child, who just wants to be included and accepted.
Join Wyatt on his journey to raise awareness of Autism, and to share with the world that it's OK to be DIFFERENT."

Paperback

March 8, 2024

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English

Autism Goes to College - Jeff's Coming of Age Story

"Autism and college - a perfect match or a perfect storm?

An autistic young man emerges from his parents' basement to move away to college. Will it be the life he dreamed of, or his worst nightmare?

This is a coming of age story with a twist. Jeff faces challenges unlike those of typical students. His loving home was a safe haven after years of bullying at school. His basement refuge provided protection from a harsh and confusing world.

Was he prepared to take on that same world now?

If you like relatable characters, real-life situations, and overcoming adversity, then you will love Dr. Mitchell's sixth book in the Autism School Daze series.

Check it out now."

Kindle/Paperback

23 October 2020

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Mom's Journal Love, Educate, Support and Advocate: 6x9 Journal for weekly entries with prompts to track successes, appointments and social skill developments

"Neurodivergent (ND) couples, where one or both partners are autistic or have ADHD or another brain difference, often struggle in relationships because of mixed signals. He said one thing, she heard something else, and they both jumped to conclusions about what their partner really meant.

"If you are mother to an autistic child this is your indispensable companion with encouraging prompts. Write down goals, challenges and successes.

5 pages per week to take note of highlights, sensory and social skills developments and to keep track of appointments etc. This autism mom journal will last for 22 weeks (half a year) so you can keep track of your child's development.

This useful autism notebook makes a great gift not only on Autism Awareness Day but also on an autism mom's birthday and any other day to support mother and child."

Paperback

10 March 2020

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English

The Behavior Analyst's Guide to Working with Parents: Acceptance and Commitment Training for Effective Parental Collaboration in Treatment

"Learn powerful ACT training skills to foster parental collaboration and achieve therapeutic goals.

As a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) working in the field, you understand how essential it is to enlist the support of parents when working with autistic children. This book offers proven-effective acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) training skills to get parents on the same page and working with you to achieve measurable results."

Kindle/Paperback

1 June 2023

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English

Strange Children, Strange Parents?: Stresses, Skills, and Desires of Parents of Autistic Children

Raising autistic children poses particular challenges for affected parents and often pushes them to their emotional and practical limits in everyday life. If their children's behavior is met with incomprehension in public, parents are confronted with accusations of failed upbringing, lack of parenting skills or lack of willingness to cooperate, even though they themselves play an expert role with regard to their autistic child.

Kindle/Paperback

Jun 30, 2023

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Family Ties in Autism: How Living Together Can Succeed (German Edition)

How do family bonds develop in families with an autistic child? What solidifies it? Is there a special cohesion in such families or are the relationships there difficult? In the book, families with an autistic member look back on their childhood together: How do families function with and despite autism? In dialogue with each other, the authors, who are mother and son, analyze the relationships in the family.

Kindle/Paperback

Feb 14, 2024

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German

Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Understanding Your Diagnosis, Finding the Best Resources and Support Team for Emotional Regulation, Self-Advocacy, and Obtaining Employment

"Autism is often diagnosed during childhood but can also be diagnosed well into adulthood. If you feel you have been misunderstood your whole life, take heart, you are not alone.
Do you feel like you’re different from others but you can’t pinpoint exactly what sets you apart?

Do you feel out of place or awkward in social settings, making you feel isolated and alone?

Do you find it hard to relate to others and feel like no one understands you, not even yourself?

If you answered “yes” to any or all of the above questions, continue reading."

Kindle/Paperback

November 18, 2022

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Pattern Tracing book For Toddlers and Kids with Autism : Helpful Pre writing Practice book in a series of books , which helps kids to learn writing by joining dot to dot Patterns

Jumbo Book for PATTERN TRACING WORKSHEETS FOR TODDLERS AND KIDS WITH AUTISM. From Easy to difficult, fun Design to keep your child engaged. EASY DESIGN TO HELP THEM JOINING THE DOTSAND LEARN TO WRITE. More than 70 pages of PatternsFrom Easy to difficultfun Design to keep your child engaged. EASY DESIGN TO HELP THEM JOINING THE DOTSÂAND LEARN TO WRITE.

Paperback

13 October 2021

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Autism and Everyday Executive Function: A Strengths-Based Approach for Improving Attention, Memory, Organization and Flexibility

Understand and support executive function in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with this fully-explained, innovative model. Showing how to use an individual's strengths to address executive functioning weaknesses, this approach will also help to build a strong foundation for social and communication skills.

Kindle/Paperback

21 November 2015

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Autism Life Skills: From Communication and Safety to Self-Esteem and More - 10 Essential AbilitiesEv ery Child Needs and Deserves to Learn

"Award-winning autism expert Chantal Sicile-Kira presents a positive and empowering ?bill of rights? for every person with autism.

From an award-winning author and advocate, Autism Life Skills presents a positive and empowering ""bill of rights"" for every person with autism, regardless of impairment level. With advice and reflections from autistic adults across the spectrum, as well as Sicile-Kira's own experience as an advocate and parent of an autistic teen, the book covers these ten essential life skills:

Making Sense of the World * Communication * Safety * Self-Esteem * Pursuing Interests * Self-Regulation * Independence * Social Relationships * Self- Advocacy *Earning a Living"

Kindle/Paperback

7 October 2008

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Autism And The Family In Urban India: Looking Back, Looking Forward

1. Mapping the Terrain: Examining Discourses on Disability and the Family 2. “There Is Something Wrong with My Child”: Encounter with Autism 3. Unending Care and an Uncertain Future: The Challenges of Parenting a Child with Autism 4. Shrinking Circles of Support: The Urban Family in Transition 5. Disability, Society and State: New Mobilizations and Movements 6. Conclusion: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Kindle/Paperback

19 April 2022

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New Ways of Understanding Autism

"A new understanding of autism spectrum disorder.

The experience of autistic people, real-life stories from parents, and suggested therapeutic approaches are brought together in New Ways of Understanding Autism to provide a realistic sense of autism and to build a sense of hope. Co-authors Brigitte Harrisson and Lise St-Charles, along with Governor General–award winning novelist Kim Thúy, present a new understanding of autism spectrum disorder ― one that focuses on putting the needs of the autistic person where they should be: at the centre."

Kindle/Paperback

23 May 2019

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Autism by Sue Fletcher-Watson

Based on Francesca Happé’s best-selling textbook, Autism: An Introduction to Psychological Theory, this completely new edition provides a concise overview of contemporary psychological theories about autism. Fletcher-Watson and Happé explore the relationship between theories of autism at psychological (cognitive), biological and behavioural levels, and consider their clinical and educational impact.

Kindle/Paperback

25 February 2019

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Secrets For Mastering Autism: 7 Easy Steps To Transform Your Child From "Zero To Hero"

"Do you find difficult to understand child's psychology?
are you struggling with Autism, ADHD, Hyperactivity, poor eye contact, not responding to their name
understand your child's Behavior, and its correction?
where to start working on child and how?
If yes, then this book is for you! it is divided into 9 chapters. this book is based on some true events, what does a parent feel when they learn that their child has autism. means child faces difficulties in communication with others, having a repetitive and restrictive pattern. "

Kindle

6 April 2023

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English

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