Top autism books of 2007

Read more about You're Going to Love this Kid! at Amazon.
You’re Going to Love this Kid! by Paula Kluth
Read more about Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew at Amazon.
Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew by Ellen Notbohm
Read more about Beyond The Wall at Amazon.
Beyond The Wall by Stephen Shore
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Sound the trumpets, light the fireworks, and crash the cymbals. Here it is — the Easter Seals and Autism blog’s picks for top three autism books of 2007.

Okay. Wait. Disclaimer time. These books weren’t necessarily published in 2007. They qualify for our list, though, because 2007 is the year we started our Easter Seals and Autism online bookstore — the books on this list were all chosen by our panel of reviewers in 2007.

And besides, I’m the one who’s making the rules for who qualifies!

Drum roll, please… here’s our top three:

  1. You’re Going to Love this Kid! by Paula Kluth

    A comprehensive guide to understanding students with autism and including them fully in the classroom. Kluth’s book includes specific ideas for fostering collaboration among peers and provides practical solutions to the challenges students with autism present in an inclusive environment.

  2. Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew by Ellen Notbohm

    This book strips away the mystery of autism and in so doing, gives the reader a better understanding of the behaviors of a child with autism.

  3. Beyond The Wall by Stephen M. Shore

    Author Stephen Shore was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at a young age. Read his inspiring story of personal courage and loving support from his family as he gives readers an “inside” look at life’s journey through the eyes of someone on the autism spectrum.

Easter Seals receives a portion of the proceeds from Amazon for the sale of a book through our bookstore. Check out these titles as well as many more at our online bookstore.

We hope you enjoy these selections and look forward to bringing you more great books in 2008!


 

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