Book WormsIn my previous post ‘Everybody is Different’ I mentioned a really good book of the same name that I have. I am quite a book worm and one of those people that enjoys learning and expanding my own knowledge so when I discovered Ryan was Autistic I set about learning as much as I could about the subject so that I could better support him over the years.
List of Recommended ReadingWhat follows now is a list of the books I have read and some I haven’t but are on my wish list. There is a myriad of books out there and this is a relatively short list as a lot of my reading material comes from websites but I have really enjoyed these so wanted to share them on our blog with our readers and followers.
- Make School Make Sense
- The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time
- Help your Child Succeed at School
- All Cats Have Aspergers
- Asperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments
- Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence
- Asperger Syndrome, the Universe and Everything
- Social Stories
- Incredible 5 point Scale
On my wish list:The Asperger Adventure Series
Blue Bottle Mystery
Of Mice and Aliens
Lisa & the Lacemaker
If any of you have read these three then I would be very interested in book reports please in the comments section.
I would have to say that my two most favourite authors on the subject of Aspergers and Autism would have to be Brenda Myles and Dr Temple Grandin. I would seriously recommend anything and all they have contributed to.
All Cats Have Asperger SyndromeRyan has kindly made a video of himself reading you All Cats have Asperger Syndrome. Enjoy .
A recommended list of further reading can also be found here: