Tony Attwood, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1997
A must have for all parents and educators of Asperger’s. This book is very “layperson” friendly and easy to understand.
Fred R. Volkmar and Sara S. Sparrow, The Guilford Press, 2000
This book offers the most up-to-date information on the disorder and elucidates strategies for further advancing research and clinical practice.
Amy M. Wetherby, ed., Barry M. Prizant, ed., 2000
This book is part of the Series Communication and Language Intervention, Volume 9.
Doris Rapp, William Morrow, 1992.
If your child is always sick, hyperactive, a slow learner, or cranky, the first question you should ask is not “What drug should be prescribed?” or “What have I done wrong as a parent?” Instead, find out the cause.
Illana Katz, Edward, M.D., Ritvo, Franz Borowitz (Illustrator).
Although it is sometimes hard to have a younger brother like Sam who is autistic, Joey is proud when Sam’s special class performs at a school assembly.
Ann Matthews Martin
Kristy believes that the autistic child she sits for is normal enough to attend special ed classes at school. After a while though she realizes that Susan would be better off with children like herself.
Eric Schopler, 1995
This book covers both individual solutions and suggestions for obtaining community support, and gives the family quick reference to handling various problems as well as systematic behavior analysis for application to new problems.
Harris L. Coulter, Barbara Loe Fisher, 1985
Discusses medical problems attributed to vaccinations/immunizations.
Clara Claiborne Park, Boston, Little Brown. 1988
Public awareness of this disability has greatly increased since the movie Rain Man. This updated reissue will be welcomed by parents, educators, psychologists, and physicians.
Temple Grandin, Oliver W. Sacks, 1996
Oliver Sacks told part of Grandin’s story in his An Anthropologist on Mars, and in Thinking in Pictures Grandin returns to tell her life history with great depth, insight, and feeling.
Maria Wheeler,1998, Arlington, TX
This book guides the parent/educator through the special difficulties encountered when toilet training a child with autism.
Charles A., III Amenta, 1992
Amenta describes the daily life, likes and dislikes, and habits of Russell Amenta, who is a happy boy despite being severely autistic.