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I Love Being My Own Autistic Self! A thAutoons Book
by Landon Bryce
I Love Being My Own Autistic Self! is a funny and upbeat book for autistic people, their families, and others who care about them. Author Landon Bryce uses a colorful cast of cartoon characters to gently introduce neurodiversity, the idea that neurological differences should be respected and valued.
Paperback, 38 pages
Published November 22nd 2012 by thAutcast
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Children's Fiction with Positive Images of Disability
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Apr 26, 2016 Amanda rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Anyone with an Autistic person in their life
I love, love, love this book! I wish I could place this book in the hands of anyone working with autistic children or people that know an autistic adult in their life and have a hard time understanding them. The presentation of this book is geared more towards children, but I think that there are many adults that need to read these truths. What I really love about this is that it acknowledges that there are differences in the autism spectrum both good and bad and that autistic people are not ...more
This book should be required reading for anyone that either is autistic or is trying to understand autism. Extremely readable and informative for adults. Appealing to children. An important book that is also enjoyable! With 1 in 88 children being born with autism, we all will be dealing with an autistic person sometime in our lives. Read this book!!
Jan 28, 2013 T.Rob rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone with autiosm in their life
Recommended to T.Rob by: The author
A book about autism by an autistic author but written to be easily accessible by everyone, children and adults alike. The book is backed by a thoughtful, open minded author who runs a popular Facebook page and blog.