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Fiction and autobiography

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  1. Wishing On the Midnight Star

    Wishing On the Midnight Star

    My Asperger Brother

    Nancy Ogaz

    Wishing on the Midnight Star presents the sibling's view of the joys and frustrations of having a younger brother with Asperger Syndrome, with insights into the daily adventures of an AS family, and the positive coping, and loving strategies they have evolved. It is an engaging and amusing teen love story that will appeal to older and younger kids. Learn More
    2003, 144pp
  2. Wounded Bird of Paradise

    Wounded Bird of Paradise

    Mary Essinger

    When Mabelline visits her pen pal Rosa, she quickly takes Rosa and her son Carlos to her heart, but she knows right away there is something different about the boy. When tragedy occurs, Mabelline becomes responsible for Carlos as he struggles to fit into a world based on rules he doesn't understand, and finds himself in serious trouble. Learn More
    2004, 144pp
  3. Adam's Alternative Sports Day

    Adam's Alternative Sports Day

    An Asperger Story

    Jude Welton

    9 year old Adam dreads Sports Day, so he is delighted when Mr Williams announces that this year there will be an Alternative Sports Day with some very different challenges. There will be quizzes, riddles, and a treasure hunt - all the things that Adam enjoys. This book offers insights into how a child with AS copes with the challenges of school. Learn More
    2004, 112pp
  4. Succeeding with Autism

    Succeeding with Autism

    Hear my Voice

    Judith H. Cohen

    This book reveals a silent world through the voice of an insightful, articulate young adult with autism. It gives perspectives from those who have known him from diagnosis in early childhood through to independent adult life. After each chapter, the author presents "reflections" that highlight the key issues pertinent to autism. Learn More
    2005, 192pp
  5. Finding a Different Kind of Normal

    Finding a Different Kind of Normal

    Misadventures with Asperger Syndrome

    Jeanette Purkis

    Jeanette Purkis spent her early life reacting violently against feelings of embarrassment, anger and confusion about her 'difference' from other people. She was unaware until adulthood that this could be a result of having Asperger Syndrome. Jeanette's remarkable life and her journey towards finding a different kind of normal is inspiring reading. Learn More
    2006, 192pp
  6. Urville

    Urville

    Gilles Tréhin

    Tréhin, an autistic man with exceptional creative talents and an obsession with large cities, conceived and developed Urville, the capital of a large island province, over 20 years. He shares his vision in this beautifully illustrated guide to the city, which he renders convincingly real in nearly 300 drawings of different districts of Urville. Learn More
    2006, 192pp
  7. Crystalline Lifetime

    Crystalline Lifetime

    Fragments of Asperger Syndrome

    Luke Jackson

    This illustrated collection of Luke Jackson's insightful and often poignant poems offers a glimpse of the emotional and visual sensibilities of people on the autism spectrum in their adolescent years - perhaps the most challenging time for anyone with Asperger Syndrome (AS). Learn More
    2006, 80pp
  8. Autism and Me

    Autism and Me

    Rory Hoy

    This award-winning short film by Rory Hoy, an 18-year-old filmmaker with autism, provides a privileged glimpse into his autistic world, letting us take a journey through his everyday experience and see it through his eyes.In easy, accessible terms, Rory explains what having autism means for everyday functioning. Learn More
    2007
  9. Dasha's Journal

    Dasha's Journal

    A Cat Reflects on Life, Catness and Autism

    T.O. Daria

    Just a few weeks old, Dasha the cat found herself in a family with an autistic child. The feline perspective provides a new outlook on autism conditions, challenging long established stereotypes and analysing controversies in the field with an unbiased attitude and humour. Learn More
    2008, 176pp
  10. All Dogs Have ADHD

    All Dogs Have ADHD

    Kathy Hoopmann

    All Dogs Have ADHD takes an inspiring and affectionate look at Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), using images and ideas from the canine world. Charming colour photographs of dogs bring to life familiar ADHD characteristics such as being restless and excitable, getting easily distracted, and acting on impulse. Learn More
    2008, 72pp

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