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Hullo all! My name is Anie, I'm autistic, and I wrote/illustrated a book on what it's like to live in my head. Visuals of my oversensitive sensory system, the surreal nature of living with Synesthesia, illustrated maps of social/sensory theories I've made to make sense of the world, the history of the people who live in my head, and more. Temple Grandin says; "I looked up ...more
Paperback, 332 pages
Published February 29th 2012 by CreateSpace
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Lucy
Oct 14, 2012 rated it really liked it
this book is AMAZING! you get a perspective on how people with autism, synesthesia, and other disorders function day-to-day. Anie Knipping is an amazing illustrater and author and provides maps, diagrams, pictures, and endless pages of her life. I DEFINITALEY reccomend, very "deep" and inspiring read. sometimes a little boring but read!
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My name is Anie, I'm autistic, and I wrote/illustrated a book on what it's like to live in my head. Visuals of my oversensitive sensory system, the surreal nature of living with Synesthesia, illustrated maps of social/sensory theories I've made to make sense of the world, the history of the people who live in my head, and more.

I'm a social autistic, a layabout with Panic/Anxiety Disorder, and a ha
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