The Child Who Never Grew
This personal account, written by Pulitzer Prize winner Pearl S. Buck, about her special needs daughter broke a national taboo when originally published. A classic in disability literature.
Eating an Artichoke$34.95, Paperback
Written by the mother of a late diagnosed Asperger son, this book will enable parents and teachers to understand and help other children with Asperger's Syndrome.
Far from the Tree$33.95, Paperback
A monumental new work. Andrew Solomon tells the stories of parents who not only learn to deal with their exceptional children but also find profound meaning in doing so.
Finding a Different Kind of Normal$36.95, Paperback
Jeanette's remarkable life and her journey towards finding a different kind of normal is compelling and inspiring reading for people with autism spectrum disorders, and those living or working with them.
A Lifetime of Laughing and Loving with Autism$22.50, Paperback
This book will warm your heart! A compilation of the first three Laughing and Loving with Autism books, this "Best of" book contains all of your favourite stories, plus some new ones.
Pretending to be Normal$29.95, Paperback
Pretending to be Normal tells the story of a woman who, after years of self-doubt and self-denial, learned to embrace her Asperger's syndrome traits with thanksgiving and joy.
When Snow Turns To Rain
A moving and informative account of one man and his family's quest to provide the best care and education for a child with autism.
A Will of His Own
This collection of essays reveals the often contrasting mix of emotion; heart-wrenching challenge to sweet elation; that comes with raising a son with autism.