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Walker Finds a Way

Walker Finds a Way Author Robert Hughes
ISBN-10 9781784502539
Release 2016-01-21
Pages 240
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Most people would describe Walker Hughes as warm, enthusiastic and charismatic - even if he doesn't say very much. But after several happy years living in a group home, Walker descended into a deep unhappiness, and his parents were told that their son with low-functioning autism was 'unmanageable' and a danger to others. Where did it all go wrong? From the author of Running with Walker, this witty and touching memoir tells a story of crisis and recovery of a young man with low-functioning autism. Battling miscommunication, misinterpreted behaviour and a lack of appropriate services, Walker and his parents' resilience shines through, providing a much-needed portrayal about what life is like for adults with low-functioning autism, and how we can understand the complex personalities of people with communication difficulties.



Running with Walker

Running with Walker Author Robert Hughes
ISBN-10 1843107554
Release 2003
Pages 236
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Annotation A deeply personal account of raising a child with low functioning autismBeautifully written by a respected journalist and teacherOffers hands-on advice to parents in an entertaining and easy-to-read manner.



Political Tribes

Political Tribes Author Amy Chua
ISBN-10 9780399562853
Release 2018
Pages 304
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Includes bibliographic references and index



Running on Dreams

Running on Dreams Author Herb Heiman
ISBN-10 1931282285
Release 2007-01
Pages 293
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Teen coming of age story that deals with the particular challenges facing young people with autism as well as the normal teenage benchmarks--like the first date, fitting in, popularity, dealing with parental expectations, etc.



The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time Author Mark Haddon
ISBN-10 9780307371560
Release 2009-02-24
Pages 240
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Narrated by a fifteen-year-old autistic savant obsessed with Sherlock Holmes, this dazzling novel weaves together an old-fashioned mystery, a contemporary coming-of-age story, and a fascinating excursion into a mind incapable of processing emotions. Christopher John Francis Boone knows all the countries of the world and their capitals and every prime number up to 7,057. Although gifted with a superbly logical brain, Christopher is autistic. Everyday interactions and admonishments have little meaning for him. At fifteen, Christopher’s carefully constructed world falls apart when he finds his neighbour’s dog Wellington impaled on a garden fork, and he is initially blamed for the killing. Christopher decides that he will track down the real killer, and turns to his favourite fictional character, the impeccably logical Sherlock Holmes, for inspiration. But the investigation leads him down some unexpected paths and ultimately brings him face to face with the dissolution of his parents’ marriage. As Christopher tries to deal with the crisis within his own family, the narrative draws readers into the workings of Christopher’s mind. And herein lies the key to the brilliance of Mark Haddon’s choice of narrator: The most wrenching of emotional moments are chronicled by a boy who cannot fathom emotions. The effect is dazzling, making for one of the freshest debut in years: a comedy, a tearjerker, a mystery story, a novel of exceptional literary merit that is great fun to read.



Loud Hands

Loud Hands Author Julia Bascom
ISBN-10 1938800028
Release 2012
Pages 408
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Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking is a collection of essays written by and for Autistic people. Spanning from the dawn of the Neurodiversity movement to the blog posts of today, Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking catalogues the experiences and ethos of the Autistic community and preserves both diverse personal experiences and the community's foundational documents together side by side.



The Future of the Catholic Church with Pope Francis

The Future of the Catholic Church with Pope Francis Author Garry Wills
ISBN-10 9780143107897
Release 2016-02-23
Pages 266
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Prizewinning historian Garry Wills argues that changes have been the evidence of life in the Catholic Church. It has often changed, sometimes with unwanted consequences, more often with good. In this brilliant and incisive study, he gives seven examples of deep and serious change that have taken place (or is taking place) within the last century. As Wills contends, it is only by examining the history of the Church that we can understand Pope Francis's and the Church's challenges.



M is for Autism

M is for Autism Author The Students of Limpsfield Grange School
ISBN-10 9781784501983
Release 2015-07-01
Pages 96
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M. That's what I'd like you to call me please. I'll tell you why later. Welcome to M's world. It's tipsy-turvy, sweet and sour, and the beast of anxiety lurks outside classrooms ready to pounce. M just wants to be like other teenagers her age who always know what to say and what to do. So why does it feel like she lives on a different plane of existence to everyone else? Written by the students of Limpsfield Grange, a school for girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder with communication and interaction difficulties, M is for Autism draws on real life experiences to create a heartfelt and humorous novel that captures the highs and lows of being different in a world of normal.



The Real Experts

The Real Experts Author Michelle Sutton
ISBN-10 0986183563
Release 2015-11-24
Pages 106
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Listening to the insights and experiences shared by autistic bloggers has helped Michelle Sutton to help her two autistic children to thrive. Now, Michelle has collected writings from a dozen autistic authors. The result is an extraordinary resource for families with autistic children, and also for educators, therapists, and other professionals.



Blazing My Trail

Blazing My Trail Author Rachel Batya Cohen-Rottenberg
ISBN-10 9780984138821
Release 2011
Pages 142
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Blazing My Trail is the sequel to The Uncharted Path: My Journey with Late-Diagnosed Autism, Ms. Cohen-Rottenberg's moving memoir about her childhood on the autism spectrum and her life after diagnosis as an adult. In this latest work, the author chronicles her process of creatively adapting to life with a disability, advocating for full inclusion, and reclaiming her independence, her power, and her engagement with the world.



Lucy s Amazing Friend

Lucy s Amazing Friend Author Stephanie Workman
ISBN-10 9781939739391
Release 2014-08-10
Pages 34
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Lucy doesn't understand why the new boy in Miss Reed's class doesn't like her. "I said hi and he ignored me," she said. "Lucy, that's Daniel. He has autism," Miss Miller responded. "What's autism?" asked Lucy. From that moment on Lucy works to make friends with Daniel in this bright, upbeat book about autism. Once she succeeds, Lucy becomes determined that the other kids in the class learn to accept Daniel as well. With an estimated 1 in 68 children now falling somewhere on the autism spectrum, "Lucy's Amazing Friend" is just the right book to help children understand that we are all different, and while those differences can be challenging, they also make us each special.



Ketchup is My Favorite Vegetable

Ketchup is My Favorite Vegetable Author Liane Kupferberg Carter
ISBN-10 9781784502096
Release 2015-10-21
Pages 320
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How do you create an ordinary family life, while dealing with the extraordinary needs of an autistic child? Meet Mickey - charming, funny, compassionate, and autistic. In this unflinching portrait of family life, Liane Kupferberg Carter gives us a mother's insight into what really goes on in the two decades after diagnosis. From the double-blow of a subsequent epilepsy diagnosis, to bullying and Bar Mitzvahs, Mickey's struggles and triumphs along the road to adulthood are honestly detailed to show how one family learned to grow and thrive with autism.



Living Through Suicide Loss with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder ASD

Living Through Suicide Loss with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder  ASD Author Lisa Morgan
ISBN-10 1785927299
Release 2016-01-12
Pages 144
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Losing someone to suicide brings daily tribulations and long-term challenges. These challenges are exacerbated when you have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This book looks at how suicide loss is experienced and processed by people who have ASD, and how they can be supported by those around them.



How to Be a Sister

How to Be a Sister Author Eileen Garvin
ISBN-10 9781615191178
Release 2010-04-01
Pages 272
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Eileen Garvin's older sister, Margaret, was diagnosed with severe autism at age three. Growing up alongside Margaret wasn't easy: Eileen often found herself in situations that were simultaneously awkward, hilarious, and heartbreaking. For example, losing a blue plastic hairbrush could leave Margaret inconsolable for hours, and a quiet Sunday Mass might provoke an outburst of laughter, swearing, or dancing. How to Be a Sister begins when Eileen, after several years in New Mexico, has just moved back to the Pacific Northwest, where she grew up. Being 1,600 miles away had allowed Eileen to avoid the question that has dogged her since birth: What is she going to do about Margaret? Now, Eileen must grapple with this question once again as she tentatively tries to reconnect with Margaret. How can she have a relationship with someone who can’t drive, send email, or telephone? What role will Eileen play in Margaret’s life as their parents age, and after they die? Will she remain in Margaret's life, or walk away? A deeply felt, impeccably written memoir, How to Be a Sister will speak to siblings, parents, friends, and teachers of people with autism—and to anyone who sometimes struggles to connect with someone difficult or different.



Every Least Sparrow

Every Least Sparrow Author Carolyn Walker
ISBN-10 1942146515
Release 2016-11-30
Pages 200
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A child can simultaneously break your heart and set it free. Such is the case with Jennifer Walker, born with the rare Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, which severely challenges her mental and physical capabilities, even as it piques her mother's dread of the unknown. Jennifer's is a disorder that most doctors have never encountered, one that informs the story of Every Least Sparrow. On the night of her birth, the Walkers' pediatrician lays out a new reality that will upend their household. He speaks of deformities that make no sense: spatula thumbs, cathedral palate, webbed neck, beak nose, a bird face. Confused and frightened, baby in hand, determined to find healing and understanding, Jennifer's mother, a journalist writing about life in their small midwestern town, embarks on a quest that takes them from doctor to doctor, hospital to hospital, and state to state. It's a quest filled with surgeries, therapies, and educational interventions, mitigated by Jennifer's love of music and her fun, curious obsession with the Titanic - one that forces her mother to examine her own prejudices. Her combined private and professional lives impact Jennifer's mother in a profound way, creating for her a new understanding of what it means to be wife, mother, and human being. Filled with natural self-esteem, Jennifer never realizes she is different from others. Instead, she becomes their teacher, proving that disability is but a notion. Spirited and impish, brave and loving, she takes her obstacles in stride, and throws herself into the excitement of life - friendships, romance, employment. Those who know her eventually come to think of Jennifer, in her lack of prejudice and guile, as someone to be envied. Jennifer proves to all in the most affecting way that it's possible to surmount seemingly impossible hurdles, live fully, and love unconditionally.



Nothing Is Right

Nothing Is Right Author Michael Scott Monje, Jr.
ISBN-10 1480222852
Release 2012
Pages 216
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"Nothing is Right, is about an autistic boy's experiences in first grade. Set in the 1980s, it depicts the internal experience of a child who was not "impaired enough" to be diagnosed yet, but who nonetheless has real problems navigating his world. Clay goes into the first grade with no expectations other than those instilled in him by watching television and no friends. In the beginning, he's not sure whether he has no friends because his parents haven't let him make friends or because there's something wrong with him. He soon finds out that there might be nothing wrong with him, but that nothing is right either."--Author's website.



Uniquely Normal

Uniquely Normal Author Robert J. Bernstein
ISBN-10 1941765467
Release 2017-11-15
Pages 336
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Everyone has different learning-style preferences, strengths, and challenges they need to consider to be successful in the classroom. Readers with autism can discover their personal learning-style preferences by taking the LS: CY tests. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2.