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Lydia Wilkins, Eight best books about autism, The Independent.      These books are written by and for autistic people.      The reviewer says that she has autism.       See article

– Ellen Notbohm, Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew.
This is a how-to guide for parents.       Find out about it at:  Ellen Notbohm         Amazon

– Ilone Roth, The Autism Spectrum in the 21st Century, Index no.  616.85
This is a definitive, technical guide.     Find out about it at  Waterstones        There is a brief review at   Good Reads          See also  Amazon.

– Charlotte Moore,  George and Sam.        The author writes about her experience of bringing up her sons and the challenges she faces.       George and Sam are quite impaired and they have contrasting personalities.       Her third son Jake is not autistic at all.       The book contains a lot of experience and insight.       The 2012 edition has been updated to cover George and Sam’s teenage years.        See  Good Reads       Amazon.

– Clara Claiborne Park, The Siege.       A mother’s story about bringing up her autistic daughter, Jessy, in 1960s America.        See  Amazon

– Donna Williams, Nobody Nowhere.       Autobiographical account        See Amazon.

Michelle Garcia WinnerSocially Curious and Curiously Social,   A Social Thinking Guidebook for Bright Teens & Young Adults
This book contains some cartoon-style illustrations.        Social Thinking  is the web page that promotes the book.        The is a peek inside section at the bottom could be helpful.         See also:  Good Reads        Amazon.

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