Autism Books

We've all bought autism books that are either too boring and put us to sleep, too technical, hard to read or too difficult, if not impossible, to put its theories or suggestions into practice to help our children.

Parents are often expected to be their child's behavioral analyst, teacher, therapist and nurse. All without proper training!

The autism books below include experts like Temple Grandin, Donna Williams and Tony Atwood, authors who can help give you a better understanding of what it is your child may need, and what steps to take in order to achieve their goals. And some books are simply to be enjoyed!

This list of autism books is shared with you here mainly because they have passed the test as the most useful for our loved one and family. Also, some authors and publishers ask us to review their autism books and recommend them. Only those autism books we personally find to be parent-friendly and most helpful are listed here.

Click on any category below to view our highly recommended autism books. A book review page will appear whenever a book is selected.

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Alternative and Biomedical Treatments

Authors who identify themselves to be on the autism spectrum:

Autism Information

Books for Children

Bullying

Communication

Sign Language

Click here for free Baby Signing Lessons.

Homeschoolers

Parent Authors

Click here to view an excerpt of the autism book Strange Son written by Portia Iversen and learn more about Tito Mukhopadhyay, his beautiful and insightful autism poems, and desire to help other autistics through autism research.

Residential Placement for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

Safety Issues

Self-Determination

Self-Help Books and Training Manuals

Sensory Issues

Sexuality And Autism

Social Skills

Special Diets

Special Education

Transition Planning from School to Life as Young Adult

Toilet Training Manuals

Vaccines and Autism

Visual Cues & Strategies




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