are several books for children about autism. Some of them
deal with helping the autistic child to cope and others help
other children including brothers, sisters and peers to cope
with the differences.
Autism Gets Too Big! A Relaxation Book for Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorders by Kari Dunn Buron, Brenda Smith
Taking Autism to
School by Andreanna Edwards, 2002.
Walk: A Story About Autism by Laurie Lears and Karen
Different: A Book for Young People Who Have Brothers or
Sisters with Autism by Fiona Bleach, 2002.
Brother Kevin Has Autism by Richard Carlson, 2002.
and Short Stories About My Brother Kevin Who Has Autism:
Entertainment for Boys and Girls Ages 6 to 10 by Richard and
Kevin Carlson, 2002.
with Autism: A Coloring Book for Peers and Siblings by
Beverly Bishop, 2003.
Extra Special: A Book About Autism for Children by
Charles A. Amenta III, 1992.
Stories are personalized stories with simple pictures that
explain in plain concise language what the reader can expect to
happen in a social situation. It puts the reader in the story
and can be personalized for the individual using their name and
or picture. These stories can be used as a teaching tool if
someone is having a specific problem or if something new is
going to happen such as a change in routine. These stories help autistic children because
it tells them that “they” are actually going to do
this. Hopefully, this early warning will help alleviate problem
Use images in Teaching Pix for social stories.
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