Kids and Siblings Books
These are the books that are geared to the child on the Spectrum and/or their siblings.
A Review of My Goldfish Ate My Cat!
Alexandre Beaulieu Lynch is 11 years old and the author of this book. He also is diagnosed with Aspergerīs Syndrome and has a blue belt in Karate.
All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome
A review of the picture book depicting photos of cats in real life situations with captions and details on how someone with Asperger Syndrome deals with these same issues.
Ben Has Something To Say - A Storybook About Stuttering
A nice story showing the daily struggles a boy faces when he tries to avoid talking due to his stuttering.
Book Review - And Donīt Bring Jeremy
A perfect book for families that have a child labeled as different to understand the challenges faced at school among peers. Prepare for school by reading books now.
Book Review - Andy and his Yellow Frisbee
A quick introduction showing how an older sibling looks out for her autistic brother while they are at school.
Book Review - Ianīs Walk
The sibling viewpoint as narrated by a sister explaining a walk in the park with her autistic brother .
Book Review - Laughing and Loving with Autism
A compilation of real life warm and humorous stories
Book Review - Views from our Shoes
Youngsters from age four to eighteen share personal tales on having a sibling with special needs.
Caring for Myself Book Review
This is a social skills storybook with color photographs that provide wonderful visual supports based on simple steps for daily living.
Child of Mine - Book Review
This is a picture book that shares what both the parent and child deal with in relation to behavior issues that affect both emotionally.
Everything You Need To Know When A Brother Or Sister Is Autistic - Book Review
A well suited book for those in the middle school years and older to help them deal with having a sibling who is autistic.
Glad Monster, Sad Monster - Book Review
Monsters can be silly too. An interactive resource for colors and taking turns, sharing and feelings.
In My Mind Book Review
A book that looks into the world through the eyes of autism as interpreted by a Mom of a kid on the autism spectrum.
Inclusion Book on Second Grader with Autism
A positive inclusion example of a second grader with autism in a general education classroom. Book Review on It's Time.
Looking After Louis - Book Review
This book is about inclusion for a boy with autism.
Matthew's Box - Book Review
A glimpse inside the box of autism.
Show Jo Language Development Books
Reviewing two board books that utilize a stuffed bear to perform tasks done in three easy steps using real photos to encourage language skills.
Sundays with Matthew - A Book Review
A young boy with autism and an artist share their sketchbooks.
The Flight of a Dove - Book Review
A review on this book that is based on a true story of a French girl who reportedly suffered from autism.
Two Board Books for Kids on the Autism Spectrum
Reviewing two board books that guide kids on the autism spectrum through visual examples from Autism Asperger Publishing Company.
Uncover A Dog Book Review
Autistic teen learning about dogs from the inside through a model dog within the pages of Uncover A Dog. Helping to overcome fear of dogs.
What's Wrong With Timmy? - Book Review
Maria Shriverīs book Whatīs Wrong With Timmy? reintroduces Kate from Whatīs Heaven as she meets a mentally retarded boy at the park.
Who Let the Cat Out of the Bag? - Book Review
The illustrations by kids in this 2002 winner of the Scholastic Kids are Authors award for nonfiction help readers comprehend the meaning of each phrase, while being amused visually by their creativity and imagination.
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A book review dealing with sensory overload in the first grade from the student's perspective.
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