Here is the second installment of my "Books About Autism" series. Today's books are parent memoires. They are all written by parents of autistic children; describing their parenting journey and the emotional ups and downs that come along with it.
Books About Autism: For Kids
Today's books are Children's Books, written for Neurotypical Kids (a.k.a. Kids who do not have Autism, and are developmentally "typical" or "normal."). These are the kinds of books you would purchase or check out of the library if you are wanting to help your children understand an Autistic sibling, classmate, or friend.
Fluke, Peterson, & Sackett
It's been awhile since I've talked books. Here are a few more reviews of some (lucky) books that made it out of the TBR Pile and onto my nightstand.
Donnelly, Geisler, & Batterson
Once and awhile, I thought I'd let you in on what books are on my nightstand, what I think of them, and how they're inspiring me.