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Books and Bibliography Recommended For Autism

  • Autism on the Agenda (National Autistic Society, 1996). Papers from the National Autistic Society Conference held at Leeds University, 1994. [autism,proceedings]
  • Autism: hope is not a dream. Proceedings from conference in Barcelona, Spain, 1996.
  • Autism: The Invisible Disability (National Autistic Society, 1994). [autism]
  • Booklet for conference. Made by Mr. Angelo for 1998 ASA conference in Reno. [autism]
  • Children with Asperger Syndrome (The Inge Wakehurst Trust, 1994). Collected papers.
  • Children with Autism: a collection of papers (The Inge Wakehurst Trust, 1991). [autism]
  • Educational provision for autistic children (The Society).
  • Functioning Adolescents and Young Adults with Autism. 145 pages.
  • How to organize and run an effective support group. Sold by the Autism Society of America.
  • L’organisation des services aux personnes autisties, a leur famille et a leurs proches (1996). http://www.msss.gouv.qc.ca/publi/autisme/autisme.htm ISBN: 2550306759 .
  • Managing Feeding Difficulties in Children with Autism (National Autistic Society, 1991).
  • A New Dawn of Awakening–ASA Conference July 1994 (Future Education, 1994).
  • The Other Side of Autism. Collection of papers.
  • The Special Curricular Needs of Autistic Children (The Association of Head Teachers of Autistic Children and Adults, 1985).
  • The Special Curricular Needs of Autistic Children: Learning and Thinking Skills (The Association of Head Teachers of Autistic Children and Adults, 1990).
  • Adolescents and Adults with Asperger Syndrome (The Inge Wakehurst Trust, 1992). Collection of papers.
  • Approaches to Autism (National Autistic Society, 1997). Updated edition. [autism]
  • Attachment and Autism (1985). I haven’t been able to relocate any reference to this book: it might be Autism and Attachment. ISBN: 9999532403 .
  • Autism & Attachment (Minneapolis, MN: Minneapolis Children’s Medical Center, 1987). 101 pages; spiralbound.
  • Symposium on autism: a one day function organised by the Apex Trust for Autism and the Post-graduate Committee in Medical Education, University of New South Wales.
  • Understanding Autism (1993).
  • The Voice Within.
  •  American Psychological Association.Mental retardation: an abstracted bibliography, 1971-1980 (Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1982). Part of the series PsycINFO retrospective. ISBN: 091270473X (paperback, 458 pages). [
  • Johanna Anderson. Sensory Motor Issues in Autism (Psychological Corp, 1999). ISBN: 0127850732 (paperback).
  • Margaret Anderson. Tales from the Table: Five Accounts of Lovaas Intervention With Children on the Autistic Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Pub, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843103060 (paperback, 160 pages, due 5/15/2006). [autism,account,behavioral]
  • Stephen R. Anderson, Amy L. Jablonski, Vicki Madaus Knapp & Marcus L Thomeer. Self-Help Skills for People With Autism: A Systematic Teaching Approach (Woodbine House, 2007). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 1890627410 (paperback, 212 pages).
  • Kim Andis, Judy Brookhiser, Nancy J. Dalrymple, Dana Flanders, Joy Lucas & Jill McLaughlin. Teaching Community Skills and Behaviors to Students with Autism or Related Problems of Communication and Social Interaction. Rev. (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1988). 117 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism,se]
  • Linda Andron, editor. Our Journey Through High Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome: A Roadmap (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). Forewords by Tony Attwood and Liane Holliday Willey. ISBN: 1853029475 (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Maria Lourdes Arelanno-Carandang. Making connections: a group therapy program for Filipino autistic children and their families (Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1992). ISBN: 9715500625 (160 pages).
  • Maureen Aarons & Tessa Gittens. Autism: A Social Skills Approach for Children and Adolescents (Winslow, 1998). ISBN: 0863882021 (paperback, 104 pages); ISBN: 0863883192 (paperback, Speechmark Publishing, 2001). [autism,social,treatment]
  • Maureen Aarons & Tessa Gittens. The Handbook of Autism: a Guide for Parents and Professionals (London: Travistock/Routledge, 1991). Also New York. 128 pages. Paperback. The authors are speech and language therapists. ISBN: 0415055660 (paperback, 144 pages, Routledge, 1991); ISBN: 0415055652 (hardcover, 140 pages, Tavistock, 1992).
  • Maureen Aarons & Tessa Gittens. The handbook of autism: a guide for parents and professionals, revised and updated 2nd edition (Routledge, 1999). ISBN: 0415160359 (paperback, 264 pages); ISBN: 0415160340 (hardcover, 264 pages); ISBN: 0203190793 .
  • Philip Abrams & Leslie Henriques. The Autistic Spectrum Parents’ Daily Helper: A Workbook for You and Your Child (Ulysses Press, 2004). ISBN: 1569753865 (paperback, 128 pages.).
  • Christina Adams. A Real Boy: A True Story of Autism, Early Intervention, and Recovery (Berkley Trade, 2005). ISBN: 0425202437 (paperback, 336 pages).
  • Janice Adams. Autism-P.D.D. : Creative Ideas During the School Years (Adams Publications, 1995). Paperback, 70 pages. Contains practical suggestions for teaching children with autism contributed by teachers and parents. Reader: easy reading and very good, varied ideas. http://www.adamspublications.com
  • Janice Adams. Autism-P.D.D.: Introducing Strategies for parents and professionals (Adams Publications, 1995). http://www.adamspublications.com
  • Janice Adams. Autism-P.D.D.: More Creative Ideas From Age Eight to Early Adulthood (Future Horizons, 1997). Paperback, 155 pages, also saw publisher listed as Imaginart. http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/creative.html http://www.adamspublications.com
  • Lynn Adams. Group Treatment for Asperger Syndrome: A Social Skills Curriculum (Plural Publishing, 2005). With DVD. ISBN: 1597560227 (paperback, 191 pages).
  • Anne Addison. One Small Starfish (Future Horizons, 2002). ISBN: 1885477872 (hardcover, 373 pages). [autism,aspergers,account,parent,adhd]
  • Natacha Akshoomoff. Autistic Spectrum Disorders (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005). ISBN: 0805894829 (paperback, 152 pages).
  • Deborah Golden Alecson. Alternative Treatments for Children Within (NTC Publishing Group, 1999). ISBN: 0879839651 (paperback, 48 pages).
  • Anne Alvarez. Live company: psychoanalytic psychotherapy with autistic, borderline, deprived, and abused children (London: Tavistock/Routledge, 1992). Also New York. Subjects include: Autism, psychoanalysis, schizophrenia in children and abused children. Reader’s comment: psychoanalytic gibberish. ISBN: 0415060974 (paperback, 246 pages). [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Anne Alvarez, editor & Susan Reid, editor. Autism And Personality; Findings From The Tavistock Autism Workshop (Routledge, 1999). I’ve also seen the title as Autistic Child As a Person. ISBN: 041514602X (paperback, 256 pages); ISBN: 0415146011 (hardcover).
  • Juliette Alvin. Music therapy for the autistic child (London: Oxford University Press, 1978). Also New York. 118 pages. Compares musical and autistic behavior and has some case studies.
  • Juliette Alvin & Auriel Warwick. Music therapy for the autistic child, 2nd ed (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991). Also New York. http://www.oup-usa.org/gcdocs/gc_0198162766.html ISBN: 0198162766 (paperback, 152 pages).
  • American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: DSM-III-R (Washington, D.C.: 1987). Third edition, revised. 567 pages. Replaced by DSM-IV
  • American Psychiatric Association. DSM-III: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (3rd edition) (1980). Replaced by DSM-IV.
  • American Psychiatric Institute. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV-TR, 4th edition (American Psychiatric Association, 2000). Revisions to DSM-IV. ISBN: 0890420246 (hardcover, 943 pages); ISBN: 0890420254 (paperback, 943 pages, American Psychiatric Association, 2000).
  • American Psychiatric Institute. DSM IV: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th edition) (Washington: American Psychiatric Press, 1987). This book is not about autism but is an important reference in psychological practice. Note that there have been numerous changes since DSM III which affect the diagnoses of Autism and related disorders. Telephone number of publisher: 1-800-368-5777. ISBN: 0890420629 (paperback, 886 pages, June 1994); ISBN: 0890420610 (hardcover, 886 pages, July 1994).
  • Lusia Arendt, editor. Living and Working with Autism (National Autistic Society, 1992).
  • Cindy N. Ariel, editor & Robert A. Naseef, editor. Voices from the Spectrum: Parents, Grandparents, Siblings, People With Autism, And Professionals Share Their Wisdom (Jessica Kingsley Pub, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843107864 (paperback, 256 pages, due 2/15/2006).
  • Karen Armstrong. The Spiral Staircase: My Climb Out of Darkness (Knopf, 2004). Karen Armstrong has written other books about religion. This is a memoir of some of her own soul searching. Included are some experiences helping take care of an autistic young man. ISBN: 0375413189 (hardcover, 336 pages); ISBN: 0007122284 (hardcover, HarperCollins, 2004); ISBN: 0385721277 (paperback, 336 pages, Anchor, 2005); ISBN: 1594150672 (large print paperback, 530 pages, Walker Large Print, 2005); ISBN: 0060594381 (abridged audio CD, HarperAudio, 2004); ISBN: 0060587040 (abridged audio cassette, HarperAudio, 2004).
  • Maxine Aston. Aspergers in Love: Couple Relationships and Family Affairs (Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843101157 (paperback, 232 pages).
  • Maxine C. Aston. The Other Half of Asperger Syndrome: A Guide to an Intimate Relationship with a Partner who has Asperger Syndrome (London: The National Autistic Society, 2001). ISBN: 1899280375 ; ISBN: 1931282048 (paperback, 88 pages, Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2002). [
  • Anthony Attwood. Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1998). Forward by Lorna Wing. Reader: clear, sympathetic and full of understanding. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/att_asp.html ISBN: 1853025771 (paperback, 176 pages).
  • Anthony Attwood.Why does Chris do that? (Queensland AU Dept of Family Services, 1992). Booklet. Also available in UK: 1993, published by the National Autistic Society. On understanding the communicative function of autistic behaviour. Recommended by two AUTISM list readers. See Revised 2003 edition. ISBN: 1899280103 . [autism,intro]
  • Anthony Attwood. Why Does Chris Do That? Some Suggestions Regarding the Cause and Management of the Unusual Behavior of Children and Adults with Autism and Asperger Syndrome, Revised 2003 (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2003). ISBN: 1931282501 (paperback, 80 pages).
  • Tony Attwood. The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006). ISBN: 1843104954 (hardcover, 397 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843104957).
  • Tony Attwood. The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2008). ISBN: 1843106698 (paperback, 397 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Tony Attwood. Le syndrome d’Asperger et l’autisme de haut niveau (Dunod, 2003). ISBN: 2100079182 .
  • Tony Atwood, Temple Grandin, Teresa Bolick, Catherine Faherty, Lisa Iland, Jennifer McIlwee Myers, Ruth Snyder, Sheila Wagner & Mary Wroble. Asperger’s and Girls (Future Horizons, 2006). ISBN: 193256540X (paperback, 152 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1932565409). [autism,aspergers]
  • Connie M. Aull. Letting Go of Jason: A Young Man with Asperger’s Syndrome and Bipolar Disorder (iUniverse, 2005). ISBN: 0595342132 (paperback, 108 pages). [autism,aspergers,disability,account]
  • John Austin, editor & James E. Carr, editor. Handbook of Applied Behavior Analysis (Context Press, 2000). ISBN: 1878978349 (paperback, 488 pages).
  • Autism National Committee. New Stories for a New Day.]
  • Autism Research Institute. DAN! Conference Syllabus Spring 2004: April 16-19, 2004 Washington DC http://www.autismwebsite.com/ari/pubs.html
  • Autism Research Unit. Biological Perspectives in Autism (1993). Proceedings from the 1993 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland.
  • Autism Research Unit. Experimental Biology and the Autistic Syndromes (1989). Proceedings from the 1989 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland. [autism,proceedings]
  • Autism Research Unit. Experimental Psychology and the Autistic Syndromes (1990). Proceedings from the 1990 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland. [autism,proceedings]
  • Autism Research Unit. Living with Autism: The Individual, The Family and The Professional (1992). Proceedings from the 1992 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland. [autism,proceedings]
  • Autism Research Unit. Psychological Perspectives in Autism (1995). Proceedings from the 1995 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland. From conference at The College of St. Hild & St. Bede, University of Durham, April 1995. [autism,proceedings]
  • Autism Research Unit. Therapeutic Approaches to Autism: Research and Practice (1991). Proceedings from the 1991 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland.
  • Autism Research Unit. Therapeutic Intervention in Autism: Perspectives from Research and Practice. (1995). Proceedings from the 1996 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland. From the Conference at University fo Durham, April 1-3 1996.
  • Autism Society of America. ASA National Conference on Autism, 1997.
  • Autism Society of America. Autism Society of America 1993 Handbook (Autism Society of America, 1993).
  • Autism Society of America. How they grow: a handbook for parents of young children with autism, new rev. edition (Silver Spring, Md.: Autism Society of America, 1990). 54 pages.
  • Autism Society of America. Open Minds, Open Doors: The Autism Society of America Conference Papers (1996). For 1996 ASA National Conference.
  • Autism Society of North Carolina. Autism Primer: Twenty Questions and Answers (1993). Also 1989. Written in cooperation with Division TEACCH.
  • Autism Society of North Carolina. Autism Primer: Twenty Questions and Answers, 3rd edition (Autism Society of North Carolina, 1998). [autism,intro]
  • Autism Treatment Options, Inc. Autism Options Guide – Resource Handbook. Lists available resources for autism: source for information about treatment methods.
  • Autistic Children’s Association of South Australia. Autism; cure tomorrow, care today, proceedings of a conference on the autistic child held at Adelaide, South Australia, 16-18 August 1967 (Warradale, S.A.: Autistic Children’s Association of South Australia, 1969). 124 pages.
  • Virginia Mae Axline. Dibs in Search of Self (Ballantine, 1964). The author is associated with Play Therapy and wrote a book on the subject. The story is about Dibs who the book does not label autistic, but though the book describes him to be emotionally disturbed, the symptoms described include those associated with autism. ISBN: 0345339258 (paperback, 220 pages, reissue edition 1990).
  • Virginia Mae Axline. Play Therapy: The Inner Dynamics of Childhood (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947). 379 pages. Ballantine Books issue, New York, 1969, 374 pages. ISBN: 0345303350 (paperback, Reissue edition, Ballantine, 1982); ISBN: 0443040613 (hardcover, 350 pages, Churchill Livingston 1989). [autism,play]
  • Jean Ayres, Robert R. Erwin & Zoe Mailloux. Love, Jean: Inspiration for Families Living with Dysfunction of Sensory Integration (Crestport Press, 2004). Excerpts from Jean Ayres’ letters with commentary. ISBN: 097250981X (paperback, 150 pages).
  • Jean Ayres. Sensory Integration and Learning Disorders (Los Angeles, California: Western Psychological Services, 1972). Includes bibliography. ISBN: 0874243033 (294 pages).
  • Jean Ayres. Sensory Integration and the Child (Los Angeles, California: Western Psychological Services, 1979). Also 1983. With Jeff Robbins. Reader: easy to understand information on the sensory system. ISBN: 0874241588 . [autism,si,treatment]
  • Ann W. Bachrach, Ada R. Mosley, Faye L. Swindle & Mary M. Wood. Developmental Therapy for Young Children with Autistic Characteristics (University Park Press, 1978). 185 pages. Also Pro-Ed. ISBN: 083911186X ; ISBN: 0936104619 .
  • Sandra L. Bailey & et al. Instructional procedures for educating students with autism in the communication disorders program : project replication guide (DeKalb, Ill.: School Association for Special Education-DuPage, 1984). 231 pages.
  • Jed E. Baker. The Autism Social Skills Picture Book (Future Horizons, 2003). ISBN: 1885477910 (spiral-bound, 240 pages).
  • Jed E. Baker. Social Skills Training for Children and Adolescents with Asperger Syndrome and Social-Communications Problems (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2003). ISBN: 193128220X (paperback, 240 pages).
  • Jed Baker. Preparing for Life: The Complete Guide for Transitioning to Adulthood for Those with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome (Future Horizons, 2006). ISBN: 1932565337 (paperback, 357 pages). [autism,adolescent]
  • Linda J. Baker & Lawrence A. Welkowitz.  Asperger’s Syndrome: Intervening in Schools, Clinics, and Communities (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004). ISBN: 0805845704 (hardcover, 298 pages); ISBN: 0805845712 (paperback, 298 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Sidney M. Baker & Jon Pangborn, editor. Clinical Assessment Options for Children with Autism and Related Disorders (1996). 40 pages. Protocol for medical practitioners compiled from 1995 Dallas medical conference, “Defeat Autism Now!”. Outlines biomedical tests, conclusions to be drawn, and followup. This procedure and booklet is often refered to as the DAN Protocol, and I’ve also seen the title listed as DEFEAT AUTISM NOW! Clinical Options Manual for Physicians. http://www.autism.com/ari/dan.html [autism,treatment]
  • Sidney M. Baker & Jon Pangborn. DAN! Clinical Options Manual, updated (1997). 48 pages. Update of Clinical Assessment Options for Children with Autism and Related Disorders published April 1997, incorporating conclusions from second DAN! conference, Chicago, June 1996. There has been a third conference in San Diego in September, 1997. [autism,treatment]
  • Sidney M. Baker & Jon Pangborn. Defeat Autism Now! Clinical Options Manual for Physicians, 1999 update (1999). 41 pages, paperback.
  • Sidney Baker & Jon Pangborn. Autism: Effective Biomedical Treatments (Have We Done Everything We Can For This Child? Individuality In An Epidemic) (Autism Research Institute, 2005). ISBN: 0974036099 (paperback).
  • Thomas Balsamo & Sharon Rosenbloom. Souls: Beneath & Beyond Autism (McGraw-Hill, 2003). ISBN: 0072881704 (hardcover, 126 pages).
  • Victoria Beck. Confronting Autism: The Aurora on the Dark Side of Venus: A Practical Guide to Hope, Knowledge and Empowerment (Bedford, NY: New Destiny Educational Products, 1999). ISBN: 096749690X (paperback, 192 pages).
  • Victoria Beck & Gary Beck. Unlocking the Potential of Secretin. As of October 1998, booklet due out later in the month from Autism Research International. http://www.autism.com/ari/secretin.html [autism,treatment]
  • Ellen Weber Bell, editor. Autism, a reference book (New York: Longman, 1986). Part of the series Special Education. ISBN: 0582286212 (hardcover, 215 pages).
  • Ellen Weber Bell. Readings in Autism, Revised (Pearson Education, 1984). ISBN: 0895684284 (paperback). Allan S. Bellack, Michael Hersen & Alan E. Kazdin.
  • International Handbook of Behavior Modification and Therapy (New York: Plenum Publishing, 1990). Includes chapter “Infantile Autism” by Laura Schreibman, Robert Koegel, Marjorie H. Charlop, and Andrew L. Egel.
  • Scott Bellini. Building Social Relationships: A Systematic Approach to Teaching Social Interaction Skills to Children and Adolescents with Autism and other Social Difficulties (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1931282943 (paperback, 270 pages); ISBN: 1934575054 (hardcover, 315 pages, AAPC Textbooks, 2007).
  • Guy Berard. Hearing Equals Behavior (Keats Publishing, 1993). Translated from French. 178 pages. Preface by B. Rimland, afterward by A. Stehli. ISBN: 0879836008 .
  • Leida Berg & Harold Steinberg. In Search of a Response (New York: Tiresias Press, 1973). Fictionalized account of the diaries of the parents of a schizophrenic boy. ISBN: 0913292001 (613 pages).
  • Carol Lee Berger. Facilitated Communication and Technology Guide (Eugene, Oregon: New Breakthroughs, 1994). New Breakthroughs, PO Box 25228, Eugene, Oregon 97402 USA
  • Carol Lee Berger. Facilitated Communication Guide (Eugene, Oregon: New Breakthroughs, 1992). New Breakthroughs, PO Box 25228, Eugene, Oregon 97402 USA
  • Carol Lee Berger. Facilitated Communication Guide and Materials (Eugene, Oregon: New Breakthroughs, 1992). New Breakthroughs, PO Box 25228, Eugene, Oregon 97402 USA
  • Carol Lee Berger. Facilitated Communication Guide, Volume 2 (1993). [autism,fc]
  • Dorita Berger. Music Therapy, Sensory Integration, and the Autistic Child (London: Jessica Kingsley, 2002). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/book.php?isbn=1-84310-700-7 ISBN: 1843107007 (paperback, 256 pages).
  • Dianne E. Berkell, editor. Autism: Identification, Education and Treatment (Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1992). A collection of papers. See second edition below under “Dianne E. Berkell Zager”. ISBN: 0805808965 (319 pages).
  • Tracy Bester. How To Make Decisions: For Little People With Lots To Learn (Jesse.ka Press). Part of the series Learning Curve. http://www.jesseka.com/prod01.htm
  • Tracy Bester. Oh The Things That People Say (Jesse.ka Press). Part of the series Learning Curve. http://www.jesseka.com/prod02.htm [autism,se]
  • Tracy Bester. Practical Applications For Autism Spectrum Disorder (Jesse.ka Press). Part of the series Learning Curve. http://www.jesseka.com/prod03.htm
  • Bruno Bettelheim. The Empty Fortress: Infantile autism and the birth of the self (New York: The Free Press, 1967). ISBN: 0029031400 (New York, Free Press, hardcover, 424 pages); ISBN: 1199383155 (Free Press); ISBN: 119938318X (Free Press).
  • Bruno Bettelheim. A Home for the Heart (New York: Knopf, 1974). Also, Knopf, 1994, hardcover, 461 pages, and University of Chicago Press, 1984. About Bettelheim’s Orthogenic School at the University of Chicago for schizophrenic and autistic children.
  • Carolyn Betts. Label Me Jeff (NSAC, 1979).
  • Carolyn Betts. A Special Kind of Normal (Scribner, 1983). Revised version of Label Me Jeff. ISBN: 0684177781 .
  • Dion E. Betts & Nancy J. Patrick. Homespun Remedies (Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006). ISBN: 1843108135 (paperback, 159 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843108139).
  • David R. Beukelman & Pat Mirenda. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 2nd ed (Paul H. Brookes, 1998). http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/beukelman-3335/index.htm ISBN: 1557663335 (hardcover, 592 pages).
  • Jannik Beyer & Lone Gammeltoft. Autism and Play (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/bey_aut.html ISBN: 1853028452 (paperback, 112 pages).
  • Bicknell. Independent living for adults with autism and Asperger Syndrome: A guide for families of people with autistic spectrum disorders (London: National Autistic Society, 1999). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280170 (paperback, 36 pages).
  • Douglas Biklen. Communication Unbound: How Facilitated Communication is Challenging Traditional Views of Autism and Ability/Disability (New York: Teachers College Press, 1993). Part of the series Special Education. Includes Biklen’s first article on Facilitated Communication originally published in the Harvard Educational Review. ISBN: 0807732214 (paperback, 221 pages). [autism,fc]
  • Caspian Banki. What Autism Means to Me (Lifelight Books, 2003). ISBN: 0974380105 (paperback, 40 pages).
  • Mary Barbera & Tracy Rasmussen. The Verbal Behavior Approach: How to Teach Children With Autism and Related Disorders (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007). ISBN: 1843108526 (paperback, 199 pages).
  • Rachael Bareket. Playing it Right! Social Skills Activities for Parents and Teachers of Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Including Asperger Syndrome and Autism (Autism Asperger Publishing Co., 2006). ISBN: 1931282811 (paperback, 101 pages).
  • Judith Barnard, Steve Broach, David Potter & Aidan Prior. Autism in schools: crisis or challenge? (National Autistic Society, 2002). ISBN: 1899280715 (paperback, 28 pages).
  • Judith Barnard, Virginia Harvey, Aidan Prior & David Potter. Ignored or ineligible: the reality for adults with autistic spectrum disorders (National Autistic Society, 2001). ISBN: 1899280618 (paperback, 28 pages).
  • Judith Barnard, Virginia Harvey, Aidan Prior & David Potter. Inclusion and autism: is it working? (National Autistic Society, 2000). ISBN: 1899280367 (paperback, 28 pages).
  • J. Barnes. Pupils with Asperger syndrome classroom management (Essex County Council, 1996). ISBN: 0904428559 .
  • Gena Barnhill. Right Address…Wrong Planet: Children with Asperger Syndrome Becoming Adults (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2002). ISBN: 1931282021 (paperback, 248 pages).
  • Simon Baron-Cohen. The Essential Difference: The Truth about the Male and Female Brain (Perseus Publishing, 2003). Includes theories regarding autism. ISBN: 0738208442 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 046500556X (paperback, 271 pages, Basic Books, 2004).
  • Simon Baron-Cohen. Mindblindness: An Essay on Autism and Theory of Mind (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1995). Part of the series Learning, Development, and Conceptual Change. In Mindblindness, Simon Baron-Cohen presents a model of the evolution and development of “mindreading.” [As far as I can tell from reviews, he is not referring to extra-sensory powers, but uses the term "mindreading" to mean the unconscious deductions & educated guesses we make about other peoples' minds -ed] He argues that we mindread all the time, effortlessly, automatically, and mostly unconsciously. It is the natural way in which we interpret, predict, and participate in social behavior and communication. We ascribe mental states to people: states such as thoughts, desires, knowledge, and intentions. Building on many years of research, Baron-Cohen concludes that children with autism, suffer from “mindblindness” as a result of a selective impairment in mindreading. For these children, the world is essentially devoid of mental things. Note: Newsweek 1995/8/14 has an article featuring this book. ISBN: 0262023849 (hardcover, 300 pages); ISBN: 026252225X (paperback, 200 pages).
  • Simon Baron-Cohen & Patrick Bolton. Autism: The Facts (Oxford University, 1993). Part of the series Oxford Medical Publications. Also New York. Aimed at parents summarizing what is known about autism. http://www.oup-usa.org/gcdocs/gc_0192623273.html ISBN: 0192623273 (paperback, 113 pages).
  • Simon Baron-Cohen, Helen Tager-Flusberg & Donald Cohen. Understanding Other Minds; Perspectives from Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2nd ed (Oxford University Press, 2000). http://www.oup.co.uk/isbn/0-19-852445-5 ISBN: 0198524463 (hardcover); ISBN: 0198524455 (paperback, 530 pages).
  • Simon Baron-Cohen, Helen Tager-Flusberg & Donald J. Cohen. Understanding Other Minds; Perspectives from Autism (New York: Oxford University Press, 1993). ISBN: 0192620568
  • Judy Barron & Sean Barron. There’s a Boy in Here (Chapmans, 1993). Sean Barron and his mother, Judy Barron report on their experiences with autism. Sean has autism. His is one of very few autobiographical accounts. And it gives unusual, exceptionally clear insights into the disability and its many manifestations. There is much in this book that supports what has been seen through facilitated communication. ISBN: 1885477864 (paperback, 279 pages, Future Horizons, 2002); ISBN: 0671761110 (264 pages, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992); ISBN: 0380722925 (paperback, Avon Books, 1992, reprint).
  • Barthelemy, L. Hameury & G. Lelord. L’autisme de l’enfant. La Therapie d’echange et de developpement. (Paris: E.S.F., 1995).
  • Patricia Romanowski Bashe & Barbara L. Kirby. The OASIS Guide to Asperger Syndrome: Advice, Support, Insights, and Inspiration (Crown Pub, 2001). See newer edition. ISBN: 0609608118 (hardcover, 467 pages).
  • Patricia Romanowski Bashe & Barbara L. Kirby. The OASIS Guide to Asperger Syndrome: Advice, Support, Insights, and Inspiration, Completely Revised and Updated (Crown Pub, 2005). ISBN: 1400081521 (hardcover, 512 pages).
  • Margaret L. Bauman & Thomas L. Kemper. The Neurobiology of Autism (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994). See second edition. ISBN: 0801847648 (257 pages); ISBN: 0801856809 (reprint in August 1997, 272 pages).
  • Margaret L. Bauman & Thomas L. Kemper. The Neurobiology of Autism, 2nd Edition (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004). ISBN: 0801880467 (hardcover, 404 pages); ISBN: 0801880475 (paperback, 404 pages, due December 2005).
  • Barbara Bazeghi. Recipe Handbook fo Easy To Use Activities for Teaching Autistic Children (Reach Publications, 2004). http://www.reachpublications.com/ ISBN: 0975311506 (143 pages).
  • Joy Beaney & Penny Kershaw. Inclusion in the primary classroom: support materials for children with autistic spectrum disorders (National Autistic Society, 2003). ISBN: 1899280952 (paperback, 42 pages).
  • Dorothy Beavers. Autism: Nightmare Without End (Ashley Books, 1981). ISBN: 0879491671 (hardcover).
  • Douglas Biklen, ed, Larry Bissonnette, ed, Lucy Blackman, ed, Jamie Burke, ed, Alberto Frugone, ed, Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay, ed, Sue Rabin, ed & Richard Attfield, ed. Autism And The Myth Of The Person Alone (New York University Press, 2005). Part of the series Qualitative Studies in Psychology. ISBN: 0814799272 (hardcover, 304 pages); ISBN: 0814799280 (paperback, 304 pages).
  • Douglas Biklen & Don Cardinal, ed. Contested Words, Contested Science: Unraveling the Facilitated Communication Controversy (New York: Teachers College Press, 1997). Part of the series Special Education Series. Includes reports on studies that address the validity of facilitated communication. Studies include Calculator & Singer, 1992; Cardinal, Hanson, & Wakeham, 1996; Crossley, 1992; Heckler, 1994; Intellectual Disability Review Panel, 1989; Karp, 1993; Karp, Biklen, & Chadwick, 1993; Steering Committee, 1993; Sheehan, 1993; Sheehan & Matuozzi, 1994; Vazquez, 1994; Weiss, Wagner, Bauman, 1996. One chapter was co-written by the autistic son of a member of the AUTISM mailing list. ISBN: 0807736023
  • Douglas Biklen & Don Cardinal, ed. Presuming Competence: Empirical Investigations of Facilitated Communication (New York: Teachers College Press). Due summer 1996. Includes reports of research on facilitated communications. I assume this was a proposed title later changed to Contested Words, Contested Science.
  • Tom Billington. Separating, Losing and Excluding Children: Narratives of Difference (Falmer Pr, 2000). ISBN: 0415230888 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0415230896 (hardcover, 192 pages).
  • Jen Birch. Congratulations! It’s Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843101122 (paperback, 270 pages). [
  • Lucy Blackman. Lucy’s Story: Autism and Other Adventures (Book In Hand, 1999). ISBN: 0646374087 ; ISBN: 1843100428 (paperback, 288 pages, Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001).
  • Lisa Blakemore-Brown. Reweaving the Autistic Tapestry – Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and ADHD (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2001). ISBN: 1853027480 (paperback, 384 pages).
  • Serafina Poch Blasco. Musicoterapia para ninos autistas: historia de la musicoterapia espanola (Madrid: Poch Blasco, 1973). 59 pages.
  • Judith Bluestone. The Fabric of Autism, Weaving The Threads Into A Cogent Theory (Paperback) (Seattle: The HANDLE Institute, 2004). ISBN: 0972023526 (paperback, 232 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0972023528).
  • Cynthia Marie Bodenheimer. Unimodal vs. bimodal information processing in autistic children : the integration and dominance of the haptic, visual, and kinesthetic senses (Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University, 1978). 139 pages.
  • Olga Bogdashina. Communication Issues In Autism And Asperger Syndrome: Do We Speak The Same Language? (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843102676 (paperback, 288 pages).
  • Olga Bogdashina. Sensory Perceptual Issues in Autism: Different Sensory Experiences, Different Perceptual Worlds (Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843101661 (paperback, 192 pages). [autism]
  • Olga Bogdashina. The Theory of Mind And the Triad of Perspective of Autism And Asperger Syndrome: A View from the Bridge (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843103613 (paperback, 334 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843103615). [autism,aspergers]
  • Teresa Bolick. Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence: Helping Preteens and Teens Get Ready for the Real World (Fair Winds Press, 2001). ISBN: 1931412693 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 1931412413 (paperback, 192 pages, Fair Winds Press, due April 2003). [autism,aspergers,adolescent]
  • Teresa Bolick. Asperger Syndrome and Young Children: Building Skills for the Real World; For People who know and Care for Three-to-Seven-Year-Olds (Fair Winds Press, 2004). ISBN: 1592330622 (hardcover, 235 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Andrew S. Bondy. The Pyramid Approach to Education (Cherry Hill, NJ: Pyramid Educational Consultants, 1996). http://www.pecs.com/ ISBN: 1928598005 (paperback, 80 pages). [autism,se]
  • Andy Bondy & Lori Frost. A Picture’s Worth: PECS and Other Visual Communication Strategies in Autism (Woodbine House, 2001). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 0933149964 (paperback, 156 pages). [autism,se]
  • Gerhard Bosch. Der fruhkindliche Autismus (Berlin: Springer, 1962). 123 pages.
  • Gerhard Bosch. Infantile Autism: A Clinical and Phenomenological-Anthropological Approach Taking Language as the Guide (New York: Springer-Verlag, 1970). 158 pages. Translation of Der fruhkindliche Autismus. A philosophical study of the language of autism. [autism]
  • Jill M. Boucher. Autism (Sage Publications, 2003). ISBN: 0761962115 (hardcover, 288 pages); ISBN: 0761962123 (paperback, 288 pages, due 12/31/2005). [autism]
  • Ann Boushey. Parent to Parent: Information and Inspiration for Parents Dealing With Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843107740 (paperback, 140 pages). [autism,aspergers,parent]
  • Dermot Bowler. Aspergers Disorder and the Autistic Spectrum (John Wiley and Sons, forthcoming). ISBN: 0470026863 (paperback, 288 pages, due 12/1/2006).
  • Agatha H. Bowley. The young handicapped child: educational guidance for the young cerebral palsied, deaf, blind, and autistic child (E & S Livingstone, 1969). ISBN: 0443005915 . [autism,disability,se]
  • Brenda Boyd. Parenting a Child With Asperger Syndrome: 200 Tips and Strategies (Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843101378 (paperback, 192 pages). [autism,aspergers,parent]
  • Jenny Clark Brack. Learn to Move, Move to Learn: Sensorimotor Early Childhood Activity Themes (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2004). ISBN: 1931282633 (paperback, 208 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1931282635). [autism,si]
  • Cherlene Brandl. Facilitated Communication: Case Studies — See Us Smart! (Ann Arbor, MI: Robbie Dean Press, 1999). http://www.bookmasters.com/RobbieDeanPress
  • Ellen A. Brantlinger, Susan M. Klein & Samuel L. Guskin. Fighting for Darla : challenges for family care and professional responsibility : the case study of a pregnant adolescent with autism (New York: Teachers College Press, 1994). 161 pages. [autism,account]
  • Alfred Brauner. L’enfant dereel (Toulouse: Privat, 1986). 264 pages. [autism,french]
  • Christine Breakey. The Autism Spectrum And Further Education: A Guide to Good Practice (Jessica Kingsley Pub, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843103826 (paperback, 208 pages, due 5/15/2006). [autism,se]
  • Peter R. Breggin. Toxic Psychiatry: Why Therapy, Empathy, and Love Must Replace the Drugs, Electroshock, and Biochemical Theories of the New Psychiatry (St. Martin’s Press, 1994). Includes section on autism claiming it’s all the fault of the parents and that any biological theories are the result of parent organizations like the Autism Society of America trying to cover up their guilt. Reader’s comment: virulently nasty. ISBN: 0312113668 . [autism,disability]
  • Avril V. Brereton & Bruce J. Tonge. Pre-schoolers With Autism: An Education And Skills Training Programme For Parents, Manual For Clinicians (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843103419 (paperback, 144 pages); ISBN: 1843103427 (paperback, 112 pages). [autism,parent,se]
  • Marilyn Le Breton & Rosemary Kessick. The AiA Gluten and Dairy Free Cookbook (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2002). ISBN: 1843100673 (paperback, 400 pages). [disability,autism,nutrition,allergy]
  • Marilyn Le Breton & Rosemary Kessick. Diet Intervention and Autism: Implementing the Gluten Free and Casein Free Diet for Autistic Children and Adults: A Practical Guide for Parents (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2001). ISBN: 1853029351 (paperback, 176 pages).
  • Marlene Targ Brill. Keys to Parenting the Child with Autism (Hauppauge, New York: Barron’s, 1994). Part of the series Parenting Keys. Includes list of books and references. Reader: It has a good, even handed, basic overview of what’s going on, pretty well plugged into the latest research both in neurophysiology and in education; it’s not the warmest book ever written but is written from a parenting perspective that I appreciate. ISBN: 0812016793 (200 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Marlene Targ Brill. Keys to Parenting the Child with Autism, 2nd ed (Hauppauge, New York: Barron’s, 2001). Part of the series Parenting Keys. See first edition. ISBN: 0764112929 (hardcover, 200 pages). [autism,parent]
  • John Brine & Patricia Brine. Confusion, Loneliness, Depression: Asperger’s Syndrome – A Journey (2000). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Brock. Able autistic pupils transferring to mainstream secondary school (The University of Nottingham, 1991). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Ted Broer. Maximum Solutions for ADD, Learning Disabilities and Autism: Natural Treatments of ADD, ADHD, and Autism (Creation House, 2002). ISBN: 0884197190 (hardcover, 228 pages). [autism,treatment,disability]
  • Sarah H Broman, ed & Jordan Grafman, ed. Atypical cognitive deficits in developmental disorders: implications for brain function (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994). ISBN: 080581180X (hardcover). [autism]
  • Gary Brown. Applied Behavioral Analysis: Procedures for Kids with Autism and Other Neuropsychological Disorders (2001). http://store.yahoo.com/aba4autism-store/apbehan.html [autism,behavioral]
  • Gary Brown. Little Bubba’s Not Ready for National Yet: Case Histories of Kids with Autism and Other Neuropsychological Disorders (2001). http://store.yahoo.com/aba4autism-store/littlebubba.html [autism,account]
  • Carolyn Thorwarth Bruey. Demystifying Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Guide to Diagnosis for the Parents and Professionals (Woodbine House, 2004). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 1890627348 (paperback, 241 pages). [autism]
  • Rhonda Brunett. From Autism to All-Star (Specialty Publishing Company, 2004). http://www.autism2allstar.com ISBN: 0975519913 (electronic, 123 pages). [autism,account]
  • Betsy King Brunk. Music Therapy: Learning and Communication for Children in the Autism Spectrum http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/music.html [autism,music]
  • Jean Bryant. The Opening Door (1993). ISBN: 0646158635 (paperback, 229 pages).
  • J. Budde, ed. Advocacy and autism (University of Kansas Press, 1977). [autism,advocacy]
  • Mitchell R. Burkowsky, ed. Parents and Teachers Guide to the Care of Autistic Children (Syracuse, NY: Systems Educators, Inc., 1970). [autism,parent,se]
  • Diane Drake Burns. Autism? Asperger’s? ADHD? ADD? (Future Horizons, 2005). ISBN: 1932565264 (paperback, 166 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Kari Dunn Buron & Mitzi Curtis. Incredible 5-Point Scale: Assisting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Understanding Social Interactions and Controlling Their Emotional Responses (Autism Asperger Publishing, 2004). ISBN: 1931282528 (paperback, 84 pages).
  • Howard Buten. Through the Glass Wall: Journeys Into the Closed-Off Worlds of the Autistic (Bantam, 2004). ISBN: 0553803468 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0553382322 (paperback, 192 pages, Bantam, due March 2005). [autism,account]
  • Katherine G. Butler, ed. Severe Communication Disorders: Intervention Strategies (Gaithersburg, Md.: Aspen Publishers, 1993). Part of the series Topics in language disorders. Reprinted from the journal Topicsin Language Disorders 1988-1993. 24 contributors. ISBN: 0834205890 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism]
  • Claudia Buttner. Autistische Sprachstorungen (Hurth: Gabel, 1995). Part of the series Kolner linguistische Arbeiten, Germanistik. 180 pages. ISBN: 3921527317 . [autism,german]
  • Joanne M. Cafiero. Meaningful Exchanges For People With Autism: An Introduction To Augmentative & Alternative Communication (Woodbine House, forthcoming). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 1890627445 (paperback, 126 pages, due 10/2005). [autism]
  • Phoebe Caldwell. Finding You, Finding Me: Using Intensive Interaction to Get in Touch With People With Severe Learning Disabilities Combined With Autistic Spectrum Disorder (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843103990 (paperback, 160 pages, due 1/15/2006). [autism]
  • California Department of Education. Best Practices for Designing and Delivering Effective Programs for Individuals with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (California Department of Education, 1997). http://www.feat.org/CABP Produced by RiSE, Resources in Special Education. [autism,se]
  • Mary Callahan. Fighting for Tony (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1987). Describes mother’s experience dealing with her son’s cerebral allergies & the son’s dramatic improved after cow’s milk was eliminated from his diet. ISBN: 0671632655 (172 pages); ISBN: 0671644564 .
  • Lindsley Cameron. The Music of Light: The Extraordinary Story of Hikari and Kenzaburo Oe (Simon & Schuster, 1998). About the acclaimed autistic composer Hikari Oe, and his relationship with his father, the Nobel Prize-winning author Kenzaburo Oe. To explain the title, “Hikari” means “light”. See also Kenzaburo Oe’s A Healing Family. Two CDs of Hikari Oe’s music are available (Denon 78952 and Denon 78053). ISBN: 0684824094 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 0783802862 (hardcover, large print, 273 pages). [autism,account,disability]
  • Stella Carlton. The other side of autism: A positive approach (Worcester: The Self Publishing Association Ltd., 1993). Sets out to combine all common approaches to autism. ISBN: 1854212060 (paperback). [autism]
  • Edward G. Carr. How to Teach Sign Language to Developmentally Disabled Children (H & H Enterprises, 1981). Part of the series Teaching the Autistic. or maybe Pro-Ed ISBN: 0890790639 (54 pages). [autism,se]
  • Denise M Carrier. Chase of a Lifetime: A Journey through Therapeutic and Academic Strategies for Children on the Autism Spectrum (iUniverse, 2003). ISBN: 0595290337 (paperback, 304 pages).
  • Margaret Anne Carter & Josie Santomauro. Pirates: An Early-Years Group Program for Developing Social Understanding and Social Competence for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Related Challenges (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2007). ISBN: 193128234X (paperback). [autism,social,se]
  • Shelley Case. Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide (Case Nutrition Consulting, 2002). ISBN: 1894022793 (paperback, 176 pages).
  • Robert A. Catalano. When Autism Strikes: Families Cope with Childhood Disintegrative Disorder (Plenum Publishing, 1998). Specifically about childhood disintegrative disorder (Heller’s disorder), i.e. late-onset autism. ISBN: 030645789X (250 pages). [autism]
  • Tony Charman, editor & Wendy Stone, editor. Social and Communication Development in Autism Spectrum Disorders : Early Identification, Diagnosis, and Intervention (The Guilford Press, forthcoming). ISBN: 1593852843 (hardcover, 342 pages, due 4/20/2006).
  • Joan B. Chase. Retrolental fibroplasia and autistic symptomatology (American foundation for the blind, 1972). [autism]
  • Joan B. Chase. Retrolental fibroplasia and autistic symptomatology: an investigation into some relationships among neonatal, environmental, developmental and affective variables in blind prematures (New York: American Foundation for the Blind, 1968). Part of the series American Foundation for the Blind Research. Also 1972. 215 pages.
  • Marilyn Chassman. One-on-One: Working with Low-Functioning Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities (IEP Resources, 1999). 102 pages. I think it is the same or slightly modified from Some Pieces to the Puzzle. ISBN: 157861080X (spiral-bound).
  • Marilyn Chassman. Some Pieces to the Puzzle: Ideas for Working with Lower-Functioning Children (1998). Self-published by the author, who’s a parent; as of 1/99, reportedly to be republished by Attainment spring 1999. Ideas to try with kids who struggle to master “basic” skills. A rare book dedicated to lower-functioning kids. [autism,lfa,se]
  • Eric Y. Chen. Autism & Self Improvement: My Journey to accept Planet Earth (Singapore: Kentrich Trade Press, 2007). http://iautistic.com ISBN: 9810589379 (paperback, 153 pages, ISBN-13:978-9810589370). [autism,account]
  • Michelle Cheney. Climbing Out Of Autism One Bite At A Time: A Step By Step Manual For Recovery and Developmental Gain (Writers Club Press, 2001). ISBN: 0595183999 (paperback, 154 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Stella Chess, Sam J. Korn & Paulina B. Fernandez. Psychiatric Disorders of Children with Congenital Rubella (New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1971). Reports children with congenital rubella have disproportionally high rates of autism. [autism,medical]
  • William Christopher & Barbara Christopher. Mixed Blessings (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1989). 224 pages. TV’s Father Mulcahy of M*A*S*H and his real-life family share the story of raising son, Ned, who has autism. The Christophers used the intensive and controversial Doman-Delacato techniques to educate and treat Ned at home. The book has a moving section on Ned’s troubled adolescence, when he developed epilepsy and violent rages, and the family’s search for a group residence that would fit Ned’s needs. ISBN: 0380709996 ; ISBN: 0687270847 .
  • Don W. Churchill. Language of Autistic Children (Washington: V. H. Winston & Sons, 1978). 139 pages. ISBN: 0470264179 .
  • Don W. Churchill, Gerald D. Alpern & Marian K. DeMyer, ed. Infantile autism; Proceedings of the Indiana University Colloquium (Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1971). 340 pages. Associated with the Colloquium on Infantile Autism, 1968, Indiana University. [autism,proceedings]
  • David C. Cipolloni. An extraordinary silence: the emergence of a deeply disturbed child (Westport, Conn.: Bergin & Garvey, 1993). ISBN: 0897893573 (hardcover, 145 pages).
  • John Cleese & Robin Skynner. Families and how to survive them (Methuen, 1984). Reader: has an absolutely dreadful section on autism. ISBN: 0413526402 . [autism,general]
  • John Clements. People With Autism Behaving Badly: Helping People with ASD Move on from Behavioral and Emotional Challenges (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843107651 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism]
  • John Clements & Ewa Zarkowska. Behavioral Concerns and Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Explorations and Strategies for Change (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2000). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/cle_beh.html ISBN: 1853027421 (paperback, 288 pages). [autism]
  • Clo. Autismo Infantile (Troina: Oasi Editrice, 1996). [autism,italian]
  • Hubert S. Coffey & Louise L. Wiener.
  • Group treatment of autistic children (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1967). 132 pages. [autism,treatment]
  • Donald J. Cohen & B. K. Caparulo. Childhood autism. Children today (1975). [autism]
  • Donald J. Cohen & Anne M. Donnellan, ed. Handbook of autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1987). Includes fairly extensive bibliographies. See 2nd and 3rd editions. ISBN: 0471812315 (Silver Springs, MD: Winston, 757 pages). [autism,intro,text]
  • Donald J. Cohen, editor & Fred R. Volkmar, editor. Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 2nd edition (John Wiley & Sons, 1997). Textbook. http://info.med.yale.edu/chldstdy/autism/page19.html See 3rd edition. ISBN: 0471532428 (hardcover, 1092 pages).
  • Jeffrey Cohen. The Asperger Parent: How to Raise a Child with Asperger Syndrome and Maintain Your Sense of Humor (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2002). ISBN: 1931282145 (paperback, 260 pages). [autism,aspergers,parent]
  • Jeffrey Cohen. Guns A’ Blazing: How Parents of Children on the Autism Spectrum and Schools Can Work Together Without a Shot Being Fired (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1931282862 (paperback, 211 pages; ISBN-13: 978-1931282864). [autism,parent,se]
  • Judith H. Cohen. Succeeding with Autism: Hear My Voice (Jessica Kingsley, 2005). ISBN: 1843107937 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism]
  • Marlene J. Cohen & Donna L. Sloan. Visual Supports for People With Autism: A Guide for Parents and Professionals (Woodbine House, 2007). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 189062747X (paperback, 226 pages). [autism,se]
  • Shirley Cohen. Targeting Autism: What We Know, Don’t Know, and Can Do to Help Young Children With Autism and Related Disorders (University of California Press, 1998). The author is professor of special education at Hunter College. See the updated edition. ISBN: 0520213092 (paperback, 217 pages); ISBN: 0520210115 (hardcover, 1999).
  • Shirley Cohen. Targeting Autism: What We Know, Don’t Know, and Can Do to Help Young Children With Autism and Related Disorders, updated edition (University of California Press, 2002). ISBN: 0520234804 (paperback, 240 pages).
  • Shirley Cohen. Targeting Autism: What We Know, Don’t Know, and Can Do to Help Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, 3rd edition (University of California Press, 2006). ISBN: 0520248384 (paperback, 258 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0520248380). [autism,se,intro]
  • Mary Coleman, ed. The Autistic Syndromes (Amsterdam: North Holland, 1976). ISBN: 0444112014 (New York: American Elsevier Pub. Co., 334 pages.). [autism,intro]
  • Mary Coleman. The Neurology of Autism (Oxford University Press, 2005). ISBN: 0195182227 (hardcover, 288 pages). [autism]
  • Michael Collins, Judith Gould & Richard Mills.
  • Common Ground (National Autistic Society, 1996). 28 pages. Report on Higashi school in Boston, USA. [autism,se]
  • Paul Collins. Not Even Wrong: Adventures in Autism (Bloomsbury USA, 2004). The 2005 version is titled Not Even Wrong : A Father’s Journey into the Lost History of Autism. ISBN: 1582343675 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 1582344787 (paperback, 256 pages, Bloomsbury USA, 2005). [autism,account]
  • Community Services for People with Autism. Managing the Aggressive and Self-Injurious Behavior of Adults Disabled with Autism. [autism,adult]
  • Pamela Compart & Dana Laake. The Kid-Friendly ADHD and Autism Cookbook: The Ultimate Guide to the Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet (Fair Winds Press, 2006). ISBN: 1592332234 (hardcover, 256 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1592332236). [disability,autism,nutrition,allergy]
  • Judy Converse. When Your Doctor is Wrong: Hepatitis B Vaccine and Autism (Xlibris Corporation, 2002). ISBN: 1401029736 (paperback, 296 pages). [autism,vaccine]
  • Edith Fairman Cooper. Autistic children: background information and legislative concern (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1977). Part of the series Major studies and issue briefs of the congressional research service. 35 pages. On microfilm.
  • James Copeland. For the Love of Ann (London: Arrow books, 1973). Based on the diary of Ann’s father, Jack Hodges outlines how they helped Ann break free of her autistic world and join their world. People who object to aversives will not like the methods employed. ISBN: 0099071207 (155 pages); ISBN: 0727801511 (156 pages, London: Severn House, 1976, revised edition); ISBN: 0345253329 .
  • Mary Anne Coppola. Through a Mother’s Eyes: A View of Autism. 38 pages. [autism,account]
  • Jean-Ronel Corbier. Optimal Treatment for Children with Autism and other Neuropsychiatric Conditions (iUniverse, 2005). ISBN: 0595348920 (paperback, 210 pages). [autism]
  • Judith Coucouvanis. Super Skills: A Social Skills Group Program for Children with Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism and Related Challenges (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2005). ISBN: 1931282676 (paperback, 368 pages).
  • Sharon P. Cowhey. Going Through the Motions: Coping With Autism (PublishAmerica, 2005). The author is autistic. http://www.webspawner.com/users/scowhey/ ISBN: 1413763863 (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,account]
  • Phyllis Coyne, Colleen Nyberg & Mary Lou Vandenburg. Developing Leisure Time Skills for Persons with Autism: A Practical Approach for Home, School and Community (Future Horizons, 1999). ISBN: 1885477562 (spiral-bound, 228 pages). [autism]
  • Eleanor Craig. One, Two, Three … The Story of Matt, A Feral Child (McGraw-Hill, 1978). Republished 1991. Presents a case history of a child who is variously described as autistic, schizophrenic, and retarded, who is rescued by the therapist author from his over-protective mother. It’s unclear whether she believes that his mother caused all his problems or was merely exacerbating them. The book only reveals in very very small print that it’s “a composite of a number of cases of the problems faced by the social service and medical profession in the diagnosis, treatment, and development of capabilities of such children” (i.e. this didn’t actually take place).
  • Rosemary Crossley. Facilitated Communication Training (New York: Teachers College Press, 1994). Part of the series Special Education. Vol 14 in series http://www.vicnet.net.au/~dealccinc/TcpAnet.htm ISBN: 080773327X (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,fc]
  • Rosemary Crossley. Speechless: Facilitating Communication for People without Voices (New York: E. P. Dutton, 1997). http://www.vicnet.net.au/~dealccinc/Spchblb.htm ISBN: 0525941568 (272 pages). [autism,fc]
  • Beth Crowell & Andy Crowell. Dietary Intervention as a Therapy in the Treatment of Autism and PDD (Housatonic, Mass.: 1992). Private publication. Includes references for follow-up reading. Reader: The first half of the book is great–lots of references to do follow up reading for those so inclined. Excellent chocolate chip cookie recipe. [autism,pdd]
  • Marg Csapo. Teaching children with autistic tendencies: a resource guide for teachers (Victoria Special Programs Branch: Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology,, 1979). ISBN: 0771981988 (182 pages). [autism,se]
  • Val Cumine, Julia Leach & Gill Stevenson. Asperger Syndrome: A Practical Guide for Teachers (David Fulton, 1998). Distributed in USA by Taylor and Francis, (800)821-8312. http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?1853464996 ISBN: 1853464996 (paperback, 90 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Val Cumine, Julia Leach & Gill Stevenson. Autism in the Early Years: A Practical Guide (David Fulton, 2000). Part of the series Resource Materials for Teachers. http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?1853465992 ISBN: 1853465992 (paperback). [autism]
  • Eustacia Cutler. Thorn in My Pocket: Temple Grandins Mother Tells The Family Story (Future Horizons, 2004). ISBN: 1932565167 (hardcover). [autism,account]
  • Richard Anthony D’Ambrosio. No Language but a Cry (Doubleday, 1970). I saw this book categorized as “autistic children”. In fact, it is about a child who doesn’t speak because she’s battered. ISBN: 0385053800 (hardcover). [autism,account]
  • Richard D’Ambrosio. No language but a cry (New York: Dell Pub. Co., 1987). Copyright 1970. 314 pages. Account of treatment of a girl who was mute after severe abuse. It is clear she should not be classified as having autism as generally understood. ISBN: 0440364574 (paperback, Dell, 1979). [autism,account,psychoanalysis]
  • Nancy Dalrymple. Competencies for People Teaching Individuals with Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 3rd ed. (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1993). 29 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism,se]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Developing a Functional and Longitudinal Plan (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1989). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. 11 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Helpful Responses to Some of the Behaviors of Individuals with Autism (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1992). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. 33 pages. Short, pithy, good start for teachers with some exposure to autistic children. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Helping People With Autism Manage Their Behavior (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1993). Revised. 39 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Helping People With Autism Manage Their Behavior (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1991). [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Helping People With Autism Manage Their Behavior, revised edition (Inst for the Study of Developmental Disabilities, 1990). ISBN: 999223718X (paperback).
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Introduction to Autism: A Self Instructional Model (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1992). Revised. 50 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Learning to be Independent and Responsible (1989). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Some Interpersonal Social Skill Objectives and Teaching Strategies for People with Autism (1992). Part of the series Social Series. 31 pages. Updated chapter from the book Teaching Social and Leisure Skills to Youth with Autism. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism,se]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Some Interpersonal Social Skill Objectives and Teaching Strategies for People with Autism (1992). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. Short, pithy, good start for teachers with some exposure to autistic children. [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Some Social Communication Skill Objectives and Teaching Strategies for People with Autism (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1992). Part of the series Social Series. 32 pages. Updated chapter from the book Teaching Social and Leisure Skills to Youth with Autism. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism,se]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple. Teaching Social and Leisure Skills to Youth with Autism (1981). [autism,se]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple, Susan Gray & Lisa Ruble. Sex Education: Issues for the Person with Autism (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1991). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. 18 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism,se]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple & Barbara Porco. Functional School Activities I (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1989). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. Revised by Barbara Porco. 15 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple & Barbara Porco. Reading (1989). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. Revised by Barbara Porco. [autism]
  • Nancy J. Dalrymple & Beverly Purdue. Record Book for Individuals with Autism (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1990). 29 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Nancy Dalrymple & Margaret Boarman. Toileting, Revised (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1991). Originally 1989. 17 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Nancy Dalrymple & Barbara Porco. Reading, Revised (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1989). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. Originally by Nancy Dalrymple in 1980. 29 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism,se]
  • Laurent Danon-Boileau & James Grieve. Children Without Language: From Dysphasia To Autism (Oxford University Press, 2005). ISBN: 0195175026 (hardcover, 268 pages). [autism,disability,medical]
  • DAPHNE. Code de bonnes pratiques pour la prevention de la violence et des abus a l’egard des personnes autiste (Autism-Europe, 1998). http://www.autismeurope.arc.be/francais/code.htm Also available in English *The European Code of Good Practice for Prevention of Violence and Abuses against People with Autism*
  • DAPHNE. The European Code of Good Practice for Prevention of Violence and Abuses against People with Autism (Autism-Europe, 1998). http://www.autismeurope.arc.be/english/code.htm Also available in French *Code de bonnes pratiques pour la prevention de la violence et des abus a l’egard des personnes autiste* [autism]
  • Sandra R. Davalos. Making Sense of Art: Sensory-Based Art Activities for Children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 1999). http://www.asperger.net/book3.htm ISBN: 0967251443 (spiral-bound, 20 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Sandra R. Davalos. Making Sense of Art: Sensory-Based Art Activities for Young Children, Ages 3-5 (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 1999). http://www.asperger.net/book4.htm ISBN: 0967251451 (spiral-bound, 70 pages).
  • Amelia Davies. Teaching Asperger’s Students Social Skills Through Acting: All Their World Is a Stage! (Future Horizons, 2004). ISBN: 1932565116 (paperback, 191 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1932565119). [autism,aspergers,social]
  • Bill Davis & Wendy Goldband Schunick. Breaking Autism’s Barriers: A Father’s Story (Jessica Kingsley, 2001). ISBN: 1853029793 (paperback, 400 pages).
  • Bill Davis & Wendy Goldband Schunick. Dangerous Encounters: Avoiding Perilous Situations with Autism (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). ISBN: 1843107325 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism]
  • Kimberly Davis. Adapted physical education for students with autism (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1990). ISBN: 0398056889 (hardcover, 126 pages). [autism,se]
  • Geraldine Dawson, ed. Autism: Nature, Diagnosis, and Treatment (New York: Guilford Press, 1989). A textbook. ISBN: 0898627249 (417 pages). [autism,text]
  • Dennis Debbaudt. Autism, Advocates, and Law Enforcement Professionals (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2002). ISBN: 1853029807 (paperback, 142 pages).
  • Janice DeBlois & Antonia Felix. Some Kind of Genius : The Extraordinary Journey of Musical Savant Tony DeBlois (Rodale Books, 2005). ISBN: 1594862737 (hardcover, 256 pages).
  • Maud Deckmar. My Son Fred: Living With Autism (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). Translated from Swedish I think. ISBN: 1843103125 (paperback, 224 pages).
  • Karen DeFelice. Enzymes for Autism and other Neurological Conditions, third edition (Thundersnow Interactive, 2008). ISBN: 0972591850 (paperback, 384 pages). [autism,disability,treatment]
  • Karen L. DeFelice. Enzymes for Autism and other Neurological Conditions (Purcell Print, 2002). http://www.thundersnow.com/enzymebook.htm See Third Edition. ISBN: 0972591877 (paperback, 367 pages); ISBN: 1843107295 (paperback, 256 pages, Jessica Kingsley Pub). [autism,disability,treatment]
  • Karen L. DeFelice. Enzymes: Go With Your Gut: More Practical Guidelines For Digestive Enzymes (ThunderSnow Interactive, 2006). ISBN: 0972591893 (paperback, 352 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0972591898). [autism,disability,treatment]
  • Carl H. Delacato. The Ultimate Stranger; the autistic child (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1974). Delacato’s thesis is that autism is neuro-genic and not psycho-genic in origin. Deals almost entirely with sensory problems affecting autistic children. Topics include sensory hypersensitivity, hyposensitivity, and “white noise”, by which it refers to a kind of internal interference. ISBN: 0385010745 (paperback, 225 pages); ISBN: 0878794468 (Arena; Academic Therapy Publications, paperback, 226 pages).
  • Martine Delfos. A Strange World – Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome And PDD-NOS: A Guide For Parents, Partners, Professional Carers, And People With ASDS (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843102552 (paperback, 432 pages).
  • Lara Delmolino & Sandra L. Harris. Incentives for Change: Motivating People with Autism Spectrum Disorders to Learn and Gain Independence (Woodbine House, 2004). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 1890627607 (paperback, 145 pages). [autism,adolescent,adult]
  • Marian K. DeMyer. Parents and Children in Autism (Washington: V. H. Winston, 1979). Also New York: Wiley. 277 pages. A small encyclopedia of information on children, parents, and families. Follows 155 autistic children and their families. [autism,parent]
  • Valerie DePalma & Marci Wheeler. Learning Self-care Skills (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1991). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. 30 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Austin M. DesLauriers & Carole F. Carlson. Your child is asleep: Early infantile autism etiology, treatment and parental influences (Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey Press, 1969). 403 pages. Considered worthless by one reader. Another reader described it as ‘great’. [autism]
  • Max Desorgher & Sandra Desorgher. The Power of Exile: Autism, a journey to Recovery (InQuest Publishing, 2002). ISBN: 0620293659 (paperback, 204 pages). [autism,account,nutrition]
  • Deudney. Asperger syndrome in your classroom (The National Autistic Society, 2001).
  • Deudney & A. Shah. Mental Health and Asperger Syndrome (London: The National Autistic Society, 2001). [autism,aspergers]
  • Christine Deudney & Lynda Tucker. Autistic spectrum disorders in young children: a guide for early years practitioners (National Autistic Society, 2003). ISBN: 189928043X (paperback, 24 pages). [autism]
  • Maxine DeVilbiss. Billy’s Story: A 35-Year Journey with Autism http://members.tripod.com/~KindTree/Billy.html I think the book was created 2000 or before.
  • Dirk Marcel Dhossche. GABA in Autism and Related Disorders (Academic Press, 2005). GABA is “Gamma-aminobutyric acid”, a neurotransmitter. ISBN: 0123668727 (hardcover, 464 pages).
  • Paul Dickinson & Liz Hannah. It Can Get Better: Dealing with Common Behavior Problems in Your Young Autistic Child (National Autistic Society, 1998). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280030 (paperback, 61 pages).
  • Irving Dickman. One Miracle at a Time (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1985). I’m not certain this is specifically about autism.
  • R. DiLavore, Catherine Lord & Michael Rutter. Prelinguistic Autistic Diagnostic Observation Schedule. Unpublished.
  • Kathleen M. Dillon. Living with Autism: The Parents’ Stories (Boone, NC: Parkway, 1995). Discusses problems parents of children with autism often have to face (obtaining a diagnosis, confusion over labeling, unanswered questions of cause, grief and sorrow, trials of day-to-day living, trying to get adequate treatment, stresses on the family, uncertain long range forecast, and social stigma) and ways parents have found to survive and transcend these challenges. These issues are then illustrated with 6 case studies of children ranging in age from 6 to 22 years old and exhibiting a wide range of abilities and needs. ISBN: 0963575279 (235 pages). [autism,account]
  • Edward Dolnick. Madness on the Couch: Blaming the Victim in the Heyday of Psychoanalysis (Simon & Schuster, 1998). Presents a case against the manner in which psychoanalysts have approached a number of psychological conditions including depression, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and autism. ISBN: 0684824973 (hardcover, 352 pages). [autism,disability,psychoanalysis]
  • Bryant Domina. Principles of Success for the Classroom Teacher of the Autistic Impaired (Grandville: Individual Educational Systems, 1998). Available through Individual Educational Systems, P.O. Box 60, Grandville MI 49468-0060 ($16.95+$3.00 shipping). [autism,se]
  • Bryant S. Domina. A Practical Guide to Effective Programming for the Autistic Impaired: A Book for Educators and Parents (Grandville, MI: Individual Educational Systems, 1994). ISBN: 0965249506 . [autism,parent,se]
  • Anne M. Donnellan. Classic Readings in Autism (New York: Teachers College Press, 1985). Part of the series Special Education. 440 pages. A collection of research papers on autism, many of which are otherwise hard to find. Includes Kanner’s original paper describing the syndrome. ISBN: 0807727741 . [autism]
  • Anne M. Donnellan & Martha R. Leary. Behavior Challenges (DRI Press). [autism]
  • Anne M. Donnellan & Martha R. Leary. Movement Differences and Diversity in Autism/Mental Retardation: Appreciating and Accommodating People with Communication Challenges (Madison, Wisconsin: DRI Press, 1995). ISBN: 1886928002 . [autism,fc,mr]
  • Nancy Douglas. Freedom: Healing For Parents of Disabled Children (forthcoming). Due Spring 2008, [[http://oliveleafministries.com/]] [autism,account]
  • Martha Kate Downey. If You’ve Ever Wanted to Crawl in the Closet with an OREO… Second Edition (Books by MK, 2004). ISBN: 0974242128 (paperback, 144 pages).
  • Martha Kate Downey. If You’ve Ever Wanted to Crawl in the Closet With an Oreo: Tips for Parenting a Child With Special Needs (Phat Art 4). See second edition. ISBN: 0965070050 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,disability,aspergers,parent]
  • Terri Dowty, editor & Kitt Cowlishaw, editor. Home Educating Our Autistic Spectrum Children: Paths are Made by Walking (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2002). ISBN: 1843100371 (paperback, 300 pages). [autism]
  • Barbara T. Doyle & Emily Doyle Iland. Autism Spectrum Disorders from A to Z: Assessment, Diagnosis … and More! (New Horizons, 2004). http://www.asdatoz.com/ ISBN: 1932565078 (paperback, 462 pages). [autism]
  • Barbara T. Doyle & Emily Doyle Iland. Los Trastornos Del Espectro de Autismo de la A a la Z (Emily Iland, Inc, 2005). http://www.asdatoz.com/ Translation of “Autism Spectrum Disorders from A to Z” ISBN: 0976822202 (paperback, 502 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0976822202).
  • Nick Dubin. Asperger Syndrome and Bullying (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007). ISBN: 1843108461 (paperback, 173 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843108467). [autism,aspergers]
  • Michelle A. Dunn. S.O.S. Social Skills in Our Schools: A Social Skills Program for Children with Pervasive Developmentally Disorders, Including High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome, and Their Typical Peers (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2005). ISBN: 1931282781 (paperback, 237 pages). [autism,se,social]
  • Elva Duran. Teaching the Moderately and Severely handicapped Student and Autistic Adolescent (With Particular Attention to Bilingual Children) (Charles Thomas, 1988). [autism,se]
  • Elva Duran & Lou Brown. Vocational Training and Employment of the Moderately and Severely Handicapped and Autistic Adolescent with Particular Emphasis to Bilingual Special Ed (Charles C. Thomas, 1992). ISBN: 0398058016 . [autism,adolescent,disability]
  • Elva Duran & Diane Cordero De Noriega. Teaching Students With Moderate/Severe Disabilities, Including Autism: Strategies for Second Language Learners in Inclusive Settings (Charles C. Thomas Pub Ltd, 1996). ISBN: 0398067015 (paperback); ISBN: 0398067007 (hardcover). [autism,se]
  • V. Mark Durand. Sleep Better! A Guide to Improving Sleep for Children with Special Needs (Baltimore, Maryland: Paul H. Brookes, 1998). Specifically on sleep problems in children with special needs. Includes case studies of autistic children with sleep problems. Reader’s comment: indispensable for exhausted parents. http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/durand-3157/index.htm ISBN: 1557663157 (paperback, 288 pages). [autism,disability]
  • Alexander Durig. Autism and the Crisis of Meaning (Saratoga Springs, NY: State University of New York Press, 1996). Reader: eccentric but interesting in parts. ISBN: 0791428141 (312 pages). [autism]
  • Alexander Durig. How To Understand Autism: The Easy Way (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843107910 (paperback, 135 pages). [autism,intro]
  • David Eastham. Understand (Oliver Pate, 1985). 56 pages. A book of poetry developed by a student labeled autistic who uses facilitated communication to express his ideas. His poetry gives insight into the experiences of people labeled autistic. The author was the subject of the book Silent Words. http://www.easyinternet.net/bpublow/silentwords/titles.htm [autism,poetry,fc]
  • Margaret Eastham & Anne Grice, ed. Silent Words: The Story of David Eastham (Ottawa: Oliver Pate, 1992). Also 1990. 236 pages. A true story of the successful education of a non-verbal autistic person (David Eastham, author of Understand) and the techniques through which he learned to communicate. http://www.easyinternet.net/bpublow/silentwords/ [autism,account,fc]
  • Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell & Kathy Hearsey. Tasks Galore (Tasks Galore). http://www.tasksgalore.com/ [autism,se]
  • Stephen B. Edelson. Conquering Autism: Reclaiming Your Child Through Natural Therapies (Kensington Pub Corp, 2003). ISBN: 0758201834 (hardcover, 304 pages); ISBN: 0758201842 (paperback, 304 pages). [autism]
  • Stephen M. Edelson, ed & Bernard Rimland, ed. Treating Autism: Parent Stories of Hope and Success (2003). paperback, 385 pages. http://www.cgiworker.com/treatingautism/ [autism,account]
  • Joanna Edgar. Love, Hope and Autism (National Autistic Society, 1999). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata3.html ISBN: 1899280073 (paperback, 110 pages). [autism,account]
  • Judith Edwards, editor. Being Alive: Building On The Work Of Anne Alvarez (Brunner-Routledge, 2001). ISBN: 1583911308 (hardcover, 232 pages); ISBN: 1583911316 (paperback, 232 pages, Brunner-Routledge, 2001). [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Sybil Elgar & Lorna Wing. Teaching Autistic Children (London: College of Special Education, 1969). ISBN: 0901443050 (32 pages). [autism,se]
  • Lisa B. Elliott. Embarrassed Often…Ashamed Never (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2002). http://www.asperger.net/bookstore.htm ISBN: 1931282129 (paperback, 148 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Gregory S. Ellis. Autism Body Brain Connection (Targeted Body Systems Publishing, 2003). ISBN: 0970583273 (paperback, 193 pages). [autism]
  • Kathryn Ellis, ed. Autism: Professional Perspectives and Practice (London: Chapman & Hall, 1990). Part of the series Therapy in practice. Also, New York. ISBN: 041232220X (paperback, 161 pages). [autism]
  • Polly Godwin Emmons & Liz McKendry Anderson.  Understanding Sensory Dysfunction: Learning, Development And Sensory Dysfunction In Autism Spectrum Disorders ADHD, Learning Disabilities and Bipolar Disorder (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843108062 (paperback, 175 pages). [autism,si]
  • Lori Ernsperger. Keys to Success for Teaching Students with Autism (Future Horizons, 2003). ISBN: 1885477929 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism,se]
  • Lori Ernsperger & Danielle Wendel. Girls Under the Umbrella of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Practical Solutions for Addressing Everyday Challenges (Autism Asperger Pub Co, 2007). ISBN: 1931282471 (paperback, 243 pages). [autism]
  • J. Evans, F. Castle, S. Barraclough & G. Jones. Making A Difference. [autism]
  • Kathy Evans & Janek Dubowski. Art Therapy With Children on the Autistic Spectrum: Beyond Words (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). ISBN: 1853028258 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Margaret P. Everard, ed. An Approach to Teaching Autistic Children (Pergamon Press, 1976). Part of the series Pergamon International Library of Science, Technology, Engineering and Social Studies. ISBN: 0080208959 (158 pages). [autism,se]
  • Peggie Everard. Involuntary Strangers: Autism: The problems faced by parents (London: John Clare Books, 1980). Account by a parent; includes information about the founding of UK’s National Autistic Society. ISBN: 0906549108 (hardcover, 240 pages). [autism,account]
  • Karen Siff Exkorn. The Autism Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know About Diagnosis, Treatment, Coping, and Healing (New York: Regan Books, 2005). ISBN: 0060799889 (hardcover, 432 pages); ISBN: 006085975X (paperback, 432 pages, Regan Books, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-0060859756). [autism]
  • Catherine Faherty. What Does It Mean to Me? (Future Horizons, 2000). ISBN: 1885477597 (spiral-bound, 301 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Joan Fallon & Helene Fiorentino, editor. Adaptive Behavior Intervention Manual: 4-12 Years. Stephen McCarney, Becky Ray McCain, Angela Marie Bauer, edited by Samm House; $40.50
  • Adaptive Behavior Intervention Manual: 13-18 Years. Stephen McCarney, Becky Ray McCain, Angela Marie Bauer, edited by Samm House; $43.50
  • Aspergirls: Empowering Females with Asperger Syndrome. Rudy Simone, $22.95
  • Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Edited by Sam Goldstein, Jack Naglieri & Sally Ozonoff, $54.50
  • The Assessment of Functional Living Skills™. James Partington & Michael Mueller, $159.95 (Complete Set Bundle)
  • Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Uta Frith (ed), $66.95
  • Autism and Asperger Syndrome: the Facts, 2nd Edition. Simon Baron-Cohen, $19.95
  • Autism as Context Blindness. Peter Vermeulen, $26.75
  • Autism: the Diagnosis, Treatment & Etiology of the Undeniable Epidemic. John Oller & Stephen Oller, $59.95
  • Autism and the Edges of the Known World: Sensitivities, Language and Constructed Reality. Olga Bogdashina, $24.95
  • Autism: Explaining the Enigma. Uta Frith, $36.50
  • Autism Frontiers: Clinical Issues and Innovations. Edited by Bruce Shapiro & Pasquale Accardo, $57.50
  • Autism: an Integrated View from Neurocognitive, Clinical and Intervention Research. Evelyn McGregor, et al (Editors), $48.99
  • Autism and Loss. Rachel Forrester-Jones & Sarah Broadhurst, $61.95
  • The Autism Matrix: The Social Origins of the Autism Epidemic. Gil Eyal, et al, $83.95
  • Autism and Its Medical Management: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Michael Chez, $24.95
  • Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 2nd Edition. Fred Volkmar (ed), $99.95
  • Autism: the Search for Coherence. John Richer & Sheila Coates, eds., $39.5
  • Autism: a Sensorimotor Approach to Management. Ruth Huebner, $77.50
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder. Martin Lubetsky, Editor, $54.95
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders. Edited by David Amaral, Daniel Geschwind & Geraldine Dawson, $275.00
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders and AAC. Pat Mirenda & Teresa Iacono, $58.95
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders Handouts. E. Amanda Boutot & Matt Tincani, Editors, $60.95
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders in Infants and Toddlers: Diagnosis, Assessment and Treatment. Edited by Katarzyna Chawarska, Ami Klin & Fred Volkmar, $28.50
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders Through the Life Span. Digby Tantam, $132.95
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders: a Transactional Developmental Perspective. Amy Wetherby & Barry Prizant, $54.95
  • Autism and Talent. Edited by Francesca Happé & Uta Frith, $78.95
  • Autism: a Very Short Introduction. Uta Frith, $11.95
  • Autism with Severe Learning Difficulties. Rita Jordan, $19.95
  • The Autisms, 4th Edition. Mary Coleman & Christopher Gillberg, $115.00
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders: an Introductory Handbook for Practitioners. Rita Jordan, $46.95
  • Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism: a Manual for Parent and Professionals. C. Maurice et al, $67.95
  • Behavior Modification: Principles and Procedures, 5th Edition. Raymond Miltenberger, $169.95
  • Beyond the Autism Diagnosis: a Professional’s Guide to Helping Families. Marion O’Brien & Julie Daggett, $37.95
  • Building Positive Behavior Support Systems in Schools: Functional Behavioral Assessment. Deanne Crone & Robert Horner, $35.50
  • The CAT-kit (The Cognitive Affective Training Kit). Kirsten Callesen, Annette Møller Nielsen & Tony Attwood, $223.95
  • Challenging the Myths of Autism: Unlock New Possibilities and Hope. Jonathan Alderson, $22.99
  • The Child with Special Needs: Encouraging Intellectual & Emotional Growth. S. Greenspan & S. Wieder, $39.50
  • Children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome: a Guide for Practitioners and Carers. Patricia Howlin, $75.99
  • Clinical Manual for the Treatment of Autism. Eric Hollander & Evdokia Anagnostou, $70.50
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult Asperger Syndrome. Valerie Gaus, $38.50
  • Counselling People on the Autism Spectrum: a Practical Manual. Katherine Paxton & Irene Estay, $27.95
  • Defeating Autism: a Damaging Delusion. Michael Fitzpatrick, $43.95
  • Derived Relational Responding Applications for Learners with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities: a Progressive Guide to Change. Ruth Anne Rehfeldt & Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, $89.95
  • Doing Therapy with Children and Adolescents with Asperger Syndrome. Richard Bromfield, $40.95
  • Early Start Denver Model for Young Children with Autism: Promoting Language, Learning, and Engagement. Sally Rogers & Geraldine Dawson, $51.50
  • Early Start Denver Model: Curriculum Checklist for Young Children with Autism. Sally Rogers & Geraldine Dawson, $55.50
  • Effective Practices for Children with Autism: Educational and Behavioral Support Interventions That Work. Edited by James Luisell, Dennis Russo, Walter Christian & Susan Wilczynski, $83.95
  • Essentials of Autism Spectrum Disorders Evaluation and Assessment. Celine Saulnier & Pamela Ventola, $42.95
  • The Ethics of Autism: Among Them, But Not of Them. Deborah Barnbaum, $24.95
  • Experiencing Autism.  Together for Autism/Autism Ontario, $30.00 DVD format
  • Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Manage ANGER. Tony Attwood, $21.50
  • Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Manage ANXIETY. Tony Attwood, $21.50
  • Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage Anxiety, Sadness and Anger, DVD. Tony Attwood, $109.95 (DVD format, 3 hours)
  • Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Facilitator Package. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $97.50 (set includes Facilitator Manual, DVD, Parent Workbook & Child Workbook)
  • Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Parent Workbook. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $35.50 for set of 4 workbooks
  • Facing Your Fears: Group Therapy for Managing Anxiety in Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, Child Workbook. Judy Reaven, Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Shana Nichols & Susan Hepburn, $35.50 for set of 4 workbooks
  • First Signs Screening Kit. $125.95
  • FISH: Functional Independence Skills Handbook. William Killion, $86.95 (Complete FISH Kit includes the Assessment and Curriculum Handbook and 10 Assessment Booklets)
  • Forensic Issues in Adolescents with Developmental Disabilities. Edited by Ernest Gralton, $34.95
  • Functional Behavioral Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment: a Complete System for Education and Mental Health Settings, 2nd Edition. Ennio Cipani & Keven Schock, $82.50
  • Girls Growing Up on the Autism Spectrum: What Parents and Professionals Should Know About the Pre-Teen and Teenage Years. Shana Nichols, with Gina Marie Moravcik & Samara Pulver Tetenbaum, $27.95
  • Growing Up With Autism: Working with School-Age Children and Adolescents. Edited by Robin Gabriels & Dina Hill, $27.50
  • Handbook of Autism & Pervasive Developmental Disorders Volume 1: Diagnosis, Development, Neurobiology and Behavior. Donald Cohen & Fred Volkmar (eds), $109.99
  • Handbook of Autism & Pervasive Developmental Disorders Volume 2: Assessment, Intervention and Policy. Donald Cohen & Fred Volkmar (eds), $109.99
  • The Handbook of High-Risk Challenging Behaviors in People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Edited by James Luiselli, $54.95
  • Helping Children with Autism Learn: Treatment Approaches for Parents and Professionals. Bryna Siegel, $20.95
  • How Everyone On the Autism Spectrum, Young And Old, Can Become Resilient, Be More Optimistic, Enjoy Humor, Be Kind, and Increase Self-Efficacy: a Positive Psychology Approach. June Groden, Ayelet Kantor, Cooper Woodard & Lewis Lipsitt, $24.95
  • How to Be a Parapro: a Comprehensive Training Manual for Paraprofessionals. Diane Twachtman-Cullen, $37.95
  • How to Talk to Parents about Autism. Roy Sanders, $27.50
  • Imitation and the Social Mind: Autism and Typical Development. Edited by Sally Rogers and Justin Williams, $71.50
  • Individualized Assessment and Treatment for Autistic and Developmentally Disabled Children. Eric Schopler et al — Volume I: Psychoeducational Profile-Revised (PEP-R) Manual & Profile Sheets, $121.95 — Volume II: Teaching Strategies for Parents and Professionals, $63.95 — Volume III: Teaching Activities for Autistic Children, $113.95 — Adolescent and Adult Psychoeducational Profile (AAPEP), $109.95
  • Individualized Autism Intervention for Young Children: Blending Discrete Trial & Naturalistic Strategies. Travis Thompson, $32.50
  • The Integrated Self-Advocacy ISA Curriculum: a Program for Emerging Self-Advocates with Autism Spectrum and Other Conditions. Valerie Paradiz, Teacher Manual, $25.50; Student Workbook, $16.95
  • Making Sense of Autism. Travis Thompson, $32.95
  • Managing Anxiety in People with Autism: a Treatment Guide for Parents, Teachers and Mental Health Professionals.  Anne Chalfant, $22.95
  • Mindblindness: an Essay on Autism and Theory of Mind. Simon Baron-Cohen, $30.50
  • Multisensory Rooms and Environments: Controlled Sensory Experiences for People with Profound and Multiple Disabilities. Susan Fowler, $61.95
  • Music Therapy with Children and Their Families. Edited by Amelia Oldfield with Claire Flower, $34.95
  • Neurobiology of Autism, Second Edition. Margaret Bauman & Thomas Kemper, (eds.), $50.95
  • New Developments in Autism: the Future is Today. Edited by Juan Martos Pérez, et al, $49.95
  • On the Spectrum: Children and Autism DVD. A First Signs Presentation, $64.95 DVD format, 24 minutes
  • Pain in Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Tim Oberlander, & Frank Symons, Editors, $51.95
  • Pathways to Learning in Rett Syndrome. Jackie Lewis & Debbie Wilson, $39.95
  • Play-Based Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Loretta Gallo-Lopez & Lawrence Rubin, $51.95
  • Providing Practical Support for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Supported Living in the Community. Denise Edwards, $27.95
  • The PRT Pocket Guide: Pivotal Response Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders. Robert Koegel & Lynn Kern Koegel, $21.95
  • Real Life, Real Progress for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Strategies for Successful Generalization in Natural Environments. Edited by Christina Whalen, $32.95 (Pre-K–Grade 8)
  • Researching the Autism Spectrum: Contemporary Perspectives. Ilona Roth & Payam Rezaie, Editors, $63.95
  • Social and Communication Development in Autism Spectrum Disorders: Early Identification, Diagnosis, and Intervention. Edited by Tony Charman and Wendy Stone, $37.95
  • Social Skills Training for Children with Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism. Susan Williams White, $32.50
  • Students with Asperger Syndrome: a Guide for College Personnel. Lorraine Wolf, Jane Thierfeld Brown & G. Ruth Kukiela Bork, $24.95
  • The TEACCH Approach to Autism Spectrum Disorders. Gary Mesibov et al, $75.95
  • Teaching Individuals with Developmental Delays: Basic Intervention Techniques. O. Ivar Lovaas, $70.95
  • Textbook of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Eric Hollander, Alexander Kolevzon & Joseph Coyle, $89.50
  • TTAP: TEACCH Transition Assessment Profile, 2nd Edition — Complete Kit. Gary Mesibov, John Thomas, S. Michael Chapman & Eric Schopler, $125.00 (Gr. 3-12 and adulthood)
  • UCC-CL: Underlying Characteristics Checklist Manual, a Needs Assessment Tool to Facilitate Intervention Design for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Ruth Aspy, & Barry Grossman, $26.50
  • UCC-EI: Underlying Characteristics Checklist – Early Intervention (3 months through 72 months). Ruth Aspy, Kathleen Ann Quill& Barry Grossman, $25.95.
  • UCC-HF: Underlying Characteristics Checklist Manual, a Needs Assessment Tool to Facilitate Intervention Design for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Ruth Aspy, & Barry Grossman, $26.50
  • Underlying Characteristics Checklist (UCC) Manual, CD-ROM. Ruth Aspy, Barry Grossman & Kathleen Ann Quill, $20.95
  • Understanding Intensive Interaction: Context and Concepts for Professionals and Families. Graham Firth, Ruth Berry and Cath Irvine, $36.95
  • Understanding the Nature of Autism: a Guide to the Autism Spectrum Disorders, 3rd Edition. Janice Janzen & Catherine Zenko, $80.95
  • Working with Parents and Families of Exceptional Children and Youth: Techniques for Successful Conferencing and Collaboration, 4th Edition. Richard Simpson & Nancy Mundschenk, $53.95
  • Working with Parents of a Newly Diagnosed Child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder: a Guide for Professionals. Deb Keen & Sylvia Rodger, $34.95
  • Working with Someone Who has Autism: a Core Training Manual for Any Entry-Level Position in the Field of Autism, Manual & DVD. Andrew Baumann, $125.95
  • The Ziggurat Model: a Framework for Designing Comprehensive Interventions for Individuals with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome, Release 2.0. Ruth Aspy, & Barry Grossman, $52.95
  • The Ziggurat Model, Textbook Edition: Designing Comprehensive Interventions for Individuals with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Ruth Aspy, & Barry Grossman, $62.95
  • Not Otherwise Specified: When Sensory Integration Affects Your Child: Working With the Child With Pervasive Developmental Disorder (Laredo Pub, 2000). The author is a Fellow of the International Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics. ISBN: 1564922863 (paperback, 96 pages). [autism]
  • Families for Early Treatment-North Texas. Cookbook of Hope. As of 8/98, this is planned as a GF/CF cookbook. [autism,nutrition]
  • Yvona Fast. Employment for Individuals With Asperger Syndrome or Non-Verbal Learning Disability: Stories and Strategies (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 184310766X (paperback, 272 pages). [autism,aspergers,adult]
  • Judith E. Favell & James W. Greene. How to Treat Self-Injurious Behavior (Austin, Texas: Pro-Ed, 1980). Part of the series Teaching the Autistic. ISBN: 0890790558 (46 pages). [autism]
  • Warren. H. Fay & Adriana Luce Scholer. Emerging Language in Autistic children (Baltimore: University Park Press, 1980). Part of the series Language intervention. Volume V in the series. ISBN: 0839115865 (216 pages). [autism]
  • Christin Fergus. Dylan’s Story: Overcoming Autism, A Childhood Epidemic (Mother Necessity, Inc., 2007). ISBN: 0979657903 (paperback, 272 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0979657900). [autism,account]
  • Barbara Fischkin. Dan and Joe; A Young Man with Autism and His Life Coach Enter the Working World (forthcoming). Working title [autism,account]
  • Anne G. Fisher, Elizabeth A Murray & Anita C. Bundy. Sensory Integration: Theory and Practice (Philadelphia: F. A. Davis, 1991). ISBN: 0803635656 (paperback 418 pages). [autism,ot]
  • Michael Fitzgerald. Autism and Creativity: Is There a Link Between Autism in Men and Exceptional Ability (Bruner-Routledge, 2004). ISBN: 1583912134 (hardcover, 224 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Michael Fitzgerald. The Genesis Of Artistic Creativity: Asperger’s Syndrome And The Arts (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843103346 (paperback, 254 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Marc Fleisher. Making Sense of the Unfeasible. [autism,account]
  • Marc Fleisher. Survival Strategies for People on the Autism Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843102617 (paperback, 176 pages, 11/15/2005). [autism]
  • Echo R. Fling. Eating an Artichoke: A Mother’s Perspective on Asperger Syndrome (London: Jessica Kingsley, 2000). About her son, Jimmy. Foreword by Tony Attwood. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/fli_eat.html ISBN: 1853027111 (paperback, 200 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Toni Flowers. Activities for Developing Pre-Skill Concepts in Children with Autism (Danville, Illinois: Interstate Printers and Publishers, 1987). Also Pro-Ed. Due January 1997. ISBN: 0890794707 . [autism]
  • Toni Flowers. Reaching the Child with Autism through Art: Practical, ‘Fun’ Activities to Enhance Motor Skills and Improve Tactile and Concept Awareness (Future Education, 1992). Formerly The Artistic Autistic. ISBN: 1885477236 (paperback, Future Horizons, 1996). [autism]
  • Matthew G. Foley & Deann Hyatt-Foley. Getting Services for Your Child on the Autism Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2002). ISBN: 1853029912 (paperback, 176 pages ISBN-13: 978-1853029912). [autism]
  • Michael Fordham. The Self and Autism (London: William Heineman Medical Books Ltd., 1976). ISBN: 0433308826 (hardcover, Kamac Books, June 2000). [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Beth Fouse. Creating a Win-Win IEP for Students with Autism! A How-To Manual for Parents and Educators (Future Horizons, 1996). Reader: very comprehensive IEP help guide. ISBN: 1885477287 (paperback, 172 pages, 1996); ISBN: 188547752X (hardcover, 1999). [autism,se,parent]
  • Beth Fouse & Maria Wheeler. A Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies for Individuals with Autism (Future Horizons, 1997). http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/treasure.html http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/book2.html ISBN: 1885477368 (paperback). [autism,behavioral]
  • J. Tyler Fovel. The ABA Program Companion: Organizing Quality Programs for Children With Autism and PDD (DRL Books, 2002). ISBN: 0966526678 (paperback, 208 pages). [autism,pdd,behavioral]
  • Richard M. Foxx. Decreasing behaviors of persons with severe retardation and autism (Champaign, Ill.: Research Press, 1982). A sequel to Foxx’s Increasing behaviors of persons with severe retardation and autism. The two-book set teaches people how to use behavior modification. The original title of this book was Decreasing behaviors in severely retarded and autistic persons. ISBN: 0878222642 (paperback, 191 pages). [autism,disability,behavioral,treatment,mr]
  • Richard M. Foxx. Increasing behaviors of persons with severe retardation and autism (Champaign, Ill.: Research Press, 1982). ISBN number for set of this and the Decreasing behaviors with severe retardation and autism book (which naturally follows this book) is 0878222650. The two-book set teaches the use of behavior modification, describing it in detail. The original title of this book was Increasing behaviors of severely retarded and autistic persons. The book’s author is coauthor of the well-known book Toilet training in less than a day. ISBN: 0878222634 (paperback, 221 pages). [autism,disability,behavioral,treatment,mr]
  • Selma Fraiberg. Insights from the Blind (Basic Books, 1977). A psychoanalytic book on blind children with autism. ISBN: 0465033180 . [autism,disability,psychoanalysis]
  • Mark Frankland. Freddie the Weaver: The Boy Who Fought To Join The World (London: Sinclair-Stevenson, 1995). The story of a mother’s fight for her adopted son who turned out to have autism; and of that child’s fight to master his disability. ISBN: 1856192466 (hardcover, 244 pages). [autism,account]
  • Sabrina K. Freeman, Lorelei Dake & Isaac Tamir, illustrator. Teach Me Language: A language manual for children with autism, Asperger’s syndrome and related developmental disorders (Langley, BC, Canada: SKF Books, 1996). Book for parents and therapists to serve as the next step after The Me Book. Includes material on how to teach social skills & functional language. Publisher also sells companion worksheets. One parent: highly recommended, especially if your child can read. http://fox.nstn.ca/~zacktam/ ISBN: 0965756505 (hardcover, 420 pages, 2nd edition, 1997); ISBN: 0968098509 .
  • Sabrina Freeman, Lorelei Dake & Isaac Tamir, illustrator. The Companion Exercise Forms for Teach Me Language (SKF Books, 1997). ISBN: 0965756513 (spiral-bound, 152 pages). [autism,aspergers,behavioral,treatment,social,se]
  • Uta Frith, ed. Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991). Also New York. Reprinted 1994. 247 pages. Reader: a good book on Asperger Syndrome. Includes chapter: The autobiographical writings of three Asperger syndrome adults” by Happe. ISBN: 052138608X (paperback); ISBN: 0521384486 (hardcover). [autism,aspergers]
  • Uta Frith. Autism: Explaining the Enigma (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1989). Recommended by some AUTISM-list participants as a good introduction to autism. See also 2003 2nd edition. http://www.blackwellpublishers.co.uk/scripts/webbooke.idc?ISBN=0631168249 ISBN: 0631168249 (paperback, 204 pages, Cambridge, MA, 1991). [autism,intro]
  • Uta Frith. Autism: Explaining the Enigma, 2nd edition (Blackwell, 2003). ISBN: 0631229000 (hardcover, 249 pages); ISBN: 0631229019 (paperback, 249 pages). [autism,intro]
  • Ann Fullerton, Joyce Stratton, Phyllis Coyne & Carol Gray. Higher Functioning Adolescents and Young Adults with Autism: a Teacher’s Guide (Austin: Pro-Ed, 1996). http://www.proedinc.com/store/7813.html ISBN: 0890796815 (spiral-bound, 96 pages). [autism,se,adolescent]
  • Barbara Furneaux & Brian Robers, ed. Autistic Children: teaching, community and research approaches (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1977). Alson Boston. ISBN: 0710087047 (193 pages). [autism]
  • Robin L. Gabriels, editor & Dina E. Hill, editor. Autism: From Research to Individualized Practice (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2002). ISBN: 1843107015 (paperback, 288 pages). [autism,se,treatment]
  • Elisa Gagnon. Power Cards: Using Special Interests to Motivate Children and Youth with Asperger Syndrome and Autism (Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2001). ISBN: 1931282013 (spiral-bound, 76 pages). [autism,se]
  • Ray Gallup. Eric’s Story: Autism and the Autoimmune Connection http://www.gti.net/truegrit/ [autism,vaccine,account]
  • William Garrison. Small Bargains: Children in Crisis and the Meaning of Parental Love (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1993). Describes the responses of parents to having a disabled, ill, or in any way “different” child. One of the chapters features a boy with Asperger’s syndrome. ISBN: 0671786806 . [autism,account,disability]
  • Valerie L. Gaus. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult Asperger Syndrome (The Guilford Press, 2007). Part of the series Guides to Individualized Evidence-Based Treatment. ISBN: 1593854978 (hardcover, 244 pages). [autism,aspergers,behavioral]
  • Gedye. Behavioral Diagnostic Guide for Developmental Disabilities (1998). Catalogs clues to underlying conditions, medical, etc. [autism,allergy,nutrition,disability]
  • Geneva Centre. You Don’t Have the Words To Describe What I Experience! The Sensory Experiences of Individuals With Autism Based on First-Hand Accounts (The Geneva Centre). $8.00 for book, $10.00 for tape. (For the publication: write The Geneva Centre, 111 Merton St., 4th Floor, Toronto, Ontario M4S 3A7. Phone 416-322-7877. For the tape write: Audio Archives International, Inc., 100 W. Beaver Creek Rd, Unit 18, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 1H4. Phone 905-889-8555 x 22. The tape costs $10.00 plus $4.00 mailing and handling. The booklet costs $8.00. Tape # 941027-130 My Senses Are All Messed Up: Sensory Perception and Autism.) [autism,account]
  • Jay Gense & Marilyn H. Gense. Autism Spectrum Disorders and Visual Impairment: Meeting Students’ Learnings Needs (AFB Press, 2005). http://www.afb.org/store/ ISBN: 0891288805 (paperback, 352 pages); ISBN: 0891288023 (hardcover). [autism,se,disability]
  • John Gerdtz & Joel Bergman. Autism: A Practical Guide for Those Who Help Others (New York: Continuum Pub Group, 1990). Part of the series The Continuum counseling series. ISBN: 0826404626 (144 pages); ISBN: 082451288X . [autism]
  • Elizabeth K. Gerlach. Autism Treatment Guide (Portland, Oregon: Four Leaf Press, 1993). 130 pages. $7. Handbook containing brief descriptions of autism treatments and resources. Also considered a pretty good introduction to Autism, e.g. for Parents. Won Elizabeth the 1994 “Outstanding Parent Achievement Award”. See Third Edition of 2003. [autism,treatment,intro]
  • Elizabeth K. Gerlach. Autism Treatment Guide, 2nd Edition (Future Horizons, 2000). I’m not sure if this is the same as the “revised edition”. See Third Edition of 2003. ISBN: 1885477643 (paperback, 157 pages). [autism,treatment,intro]
  • Elizabeth K. Gerlach. Autism Treatment Guide, Revised (Eugene, Oregon: Four Leaf Press, 1996). See Third Edition of 2003. ISBN: 0963757806 (130 pages, paperback, 1998). [autism,treatment,intro]
  • Elizabeth K. Gerlach. Autism Treatment Guide, Third Edition (Future Horizons, 2003). ISBN: 1885477996 (paperback, 157 pages). [autism,treatment,intro]
  • Elizabeth King Gerlach. Just This Side of Normal: Glimpses of a Life with Autism (Four Leaf Press, 1999). ISBN: 0963757849 (hardcover). [autism,account]
  • Gunilla Gerland. Een echt mens. Gunilla Gerland’s book translated into dutch.
  • Gunilla Gerland. En riktig maenniska (1996). Gunilla Gerland is an autistic person in Sweden who spoke at the Autism Conference in Sweden, March 14-15, 1996. See english translation, A Real Person: Life on the Outside. [autism,account,swedish]
  • Gunilla Gerland. A Real Person: Life on the Outside (London: Souvenir Press, 1997). English translation by Joan Tate of Gunilla’s Swedish book, En riktig maenniska. Reader: really recommended. ISBN: 0285633988 (hardcover, 254 pages). [autism,account]
  • Mohammad Ghaziuddin. Mental Health Aspects Of Autism And Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843107333 (hardcover, 252 pages); ISBN: 1843107279 (paperback, 252). [autism,aspergers]
  • Patrick M. Ghezzi, ed, W. Larry Williams, E. & James E. Carr. Autism: Behavior-Analytic Perspectives (Context Press, 1999). ISBN: 1878978322 . [autism,behavioral]
  • Jane J. Giddan & Norman S. Giddan. European Farm Communities for Autism (Toledo: Medical College of Ohio Press, 1993). ISBN: 0944742041 (hardcover,159 pages). [autism]
  • Norman S. Giddan & Jane J. Giddan. Autistic Adults at Bittersweet Farm (New York: Haworth Press, 1990). About autistic adults running/owning a farm near Toledo, Ohio. ISBN: 1560240571 (paperback, 212 pages); ISBN: 1560240423 (hardcover, 212 pages, 1991). [autism,account,adult]
  • Penny Rosell Giesbrecht. Where is God when a Child Suffers? (Hannibal Books, 1988). ISBN: 0929292022 (paperback, 180 pages). [autism,account,religious]
  • T.R. Giles. Handbook of Effective Psychotherapy (New York: Plenum Pub Corp, 1993). Part of the series Plenum Behavior Therapy. Not autism-specific, but includes chapter, “Autism” by T. Smith. The book discusses the effacy of various psychotherapeutic interventions. ISBN: 0306444283 (hardcover). [autism,disability,treatment]
  • Christopher Gillberg. The Biology of the Autistic Syndromes, 3rd edition (Cambridge University Press, 2000). Part of the series Clincs in Developmental Medicine. ISBN: 1898683220 (hardcover). [autism,text]
  • Christopher Gillberg, ed. Diagnosis and Treatment of Autism (New York: Plenum, 1989). About $90. 450 pages. From the State-of-the-Art-Conference on Autism: Diagnosis and Treatment, May 8-10, 1989, in Gotenborg, Sweden: includes thirty papers, with chapters by Eric Schopler, Lorna Wing, Christopher Gillberg, Uta Frith, Randi Hagerman, Patricia Howlin, Magda Campbell, Mary Coleman, Ivar Lovaas, Katherine Calouri, Jacqueline Jada, and others. ISBN: 0306434814 (hardcover, 1990). [autism,proceedings]
  • Christopher Gillberg. A Guide to Asperger Syndrome (Cambridge University Press, 2002). ISBN: 0521001838 (paperback, 178 pages). [autism,aspergers,intro]
  • Christopher Gillberg & Mary Coleman. The Biology of the Autistic Syndromes, 2nd edition (Cambridge University Press, 1992). Part of the series Clinics in Developmental Medicine. Number 126 in series. Also Praeger/Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, CT. Among other things, a good source of information on specific & related syndromes. Includes chapter of population studies on how prevalent autism is. Also it has a section recommending tests that should be run during an autism workup. Also London: Mac Keith. ISBN: 0521432286 (hardcover, 317 pages). [autism,text]
  • James E. Gilliam, ed. Autism, diagnosis, instruction, management, and research (Springfield, Ill.: Thomas, 1981). ISBN: 0398044724 (paperback, 313 pages). [autism]
  • Gail Gillingham. Autism Handle with Care, 2nd edition (Tacit publishing). ISBN: 0968786308 (paperback, 2001). [autism,intro]
  • Gail Gillingham. Autism Handle with Care, 3rd edition (Tacit Publishing). ISBN: 0968421911 (paperback, 135 pages). [autism,intro]
  • Gail Gillingham. Autism: Handle with Care! Understanding and Managing Behavior of Children and Adults with Autism (Future Education a.k.a. Future Horizons, 1995). Details many anecdotes from real life situations which clarify exactly why an autistic person reacts bizarrely to normal stimuli the rest of us would find unremarkable. Author writes from an empathetic perspective. One reader: excellent book explaining sensory difficulties experienced by people with autism. ISBN: 1885477147 (paperback). [autism,intro]
  • Gail I Gillingham. Autism A New Understanding! (Tacit Publishing, Inc., 2000). ISBN: 0968786316 (paperback, 191 pages). [autism]
  • R. Wayne Gilpin, editor. Much More Laughing and Loving with Autism (Future Horizons, 2002). Third in series. ISBN: 1885477783 (paperback, 88 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1885477781). [autism,account]
  • R. Wayne Gilpin, ed. Laughing and Loving with Autism: A Collection of ‘Real Life’ Warm & Humorous Stories (Future Horizons, 1993). 126 pages. Short vignettes about persons with autism. ISBN: 188547704X (paperback). [autism,account]
  • R. Wayne Gilpin, ed. More Laughing and Loving with Autism (1993). Second in series. ISBN: 1885477120 (108 pages, Future Horizons, 1994). [autism,account]
  • Beth A. Glasberg. Functional Behavior Assessment for People With Autism: Making Sense of Seemingly Senseless Behavior (Woodbine House, forthcoming). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 1890627585 (paperback, 150 pages, due 12/30/2005). [autism]
  • Laraine Masters Glidden. International Review of Research in Mental Retardation: Autism (Academic Press, 2000). Part of the series International Review of Research in Mental Retardation. Volume 23 in the series. http://www.apcatalog.com/cgi-bin/AP?ISBN=0123662230&LOCATION=US&FORM=FORM2 ISBN: 0123662230 (hardcover, 320 pages). [autism]
  • Robin Goffe. I Don’t Want to be Ty. 6337 Highland Drive, Suite 135; Salt Lake City, UT 84121 [autism,vaccine,account]
  • W. Goldfarb. Childhood schizophrenia (Harvard University Press, 1961). I don’t know if this has anything to do with autism or not. ISBN: 0674116003 . [autism]
  • Jacquelin Gorman. The Seeing Glass: A Memoir (Riverhead Books, 1997). Memoir of a woman with sight problems. In the memoir is some account of her autisic brother, Robin, who died in an accident at age 31, and the evidence that he had some similar sight problems. ISBN: 1573220612 (hardcover, 255 pages); ISBN: 1573226793 (paperback, 272 pages, 1998); ISBN: 1574531859 (cassette, abridged, Audio Literature, 1997). [autism,account,disability]
  • Stephen Jay Gould. Questioning the Millennium: A Rationalists Guide to a Precisely Arbitrary Countdown (Random House, 1997). A revised edition is now out. A book on calendars and the idea of the millenium. Ends with a section on autistic calendar savants. ISBN: 0609600761 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0787116459 (cassette, unabridged, Dove Entertainment, 1997). [autism,general]
  • Stephen Jay Gould. Questioning the Millennium: A Rationalists Guide to a Precisely Arbitrary Countdown, revised (Harmony Books, 1999). A book on calendars and the idea of the millenium. Ends with a section on autistic calendar savants. ISBN: 0609605410 (hardcover, 208 pages). [autism,general]
  • Temple Grandin. The Learning Style of People with Autism: An Autobiography. [autism,account]
  • Temple Grandin. Thinking in Pictures: and Other Reports of my Life with Autism (New York: Bantam, 1995). Not really an account of Temple’s life so much as her explanation of autism, particularly her own, citing examples from her own life and others she has talked to and read. It also discusses education and treatment. One reader calls it terrific: better than Emergence…. http://www.autism.org/temple/ http://www.grandin.com/inc/book.html ISBN: 0385477929 (hardcover, 222 pages, Doubleday, 1995); ISBN: 0679772898 (paperback, 222 pages, Vintage edition, 1996); ISBN: 0307275655 (paperback, 304 pages, Vintage, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-0307275653).
  • Temple Grandin. The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger’s (Future Horizons, 2008). ISBN: 1932565728 (paperback, 260 pages).
  • Temple Grandin & Kate Duffy. Developing Talents: Careers for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism (Autism Asperger Publishing, 2004). ISBN: 1931282560 (paperback, 168 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Temple Grandin & Catherine Johnson. Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior (Scribner, 2005). ISBN: 0743247698 (hardcover, 368 pages); ISBN: 1400101468 (audio CD, Tantor Media, 2005); ISBN: 0786276517 (hardcover, large print, 679 pages, Thorndike Press, 2005); ISBN: 0156031442 (paperback, 372 pages, Harvest Books, 2006); ISBN: 1400151465 (MP3 CD, Tantor Media, 2005). [autism]
  • Temple Grandin & Margaret M. Scariano. Emergence: Labeled Autistic (Navato, California: Arena Press, 1986). Since updated in 1991. This is an autobiographical book by Temple Grandin, with Margaret Scariano. It offers insight into the frustrations that people labeled autistic have during the time they are trying to develop an ability to communicate. This is considered a rare autobiographical account in as much as the majority of the people with autism have not developed such sophisticated communication abilities. Very highly recommended by a number of readers. ISBN: 0878795243 (paperback, 183 pages); ISBN: 0710400632 (Costello, 1986). [autism,account]
  • Temple Grandin & Margaret M. Scariano. Emergence: Labeled Autistic (Navato, California: Arena Press, 1991). Updated references. ISBN: 0446671827 (paperback, 180 pages, Warner Books, 1996). [autism,account]
  • Carroll Jean Grant. An ecological study of the interactions of children with autistic-like behavior and their assigned teachers (Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University, 1978). 273 pages. [autism,thesis]
  • Carol Gray. Comic Strip Conversations (Future Horizons, 1994). Jenison Public Schools, Michigan ISBN: 1885477228 (paperback). [autism,social,se]
  • Carol Gray. New Social Stories: Illustrated Edition, 2nd edition (Future Horizons, 2000). ISBN: 188547766X (paperback, 120 pages). [autism,social,se]
  • Carol Gray. The New Social Story Book (Future Horizons, 1994). 280p. I’ve also seen it as Social Stories…all new stories teaching social skills. and The New Social Stories. ISBN: 1885477201 (paperback). [autism,se,social]
  • Carol Gray. The Social Story Book (1994). 440 pages, 200 stories. I’ve also seen it as The Original Social Story Book and Original Social Stories or just Social Stories. ISBN: 1885477198 . [autism,social,se]
  • Carol Gray. What’s Next? Preparing the Student with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities for Success in the Community (Future Horizons, 1992). I’ve also seen it as What’s Next? Preparing for the Real World ISBN: 188547718X (paperback). [autism,se,social]
  • Carol Gray, Abbie Leigh White & Sean McAndrew, illustrator. My Social Stories Book (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). Social stories designed for ages 2-6. Publisher’s webpage’s description lists fewer stories and pages. ISBN: 1853029505 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism,social,se]
  • David E. Gray. Autism and the Family: Problems, Prospects, and Coping with the Disorder (Charles C. Thomas Pub Ltd, 1998). ISBN: 0398068429 (hardcover); ISBN: 0398068437 (paperback). [autism]
  • Susan Gray, Lisa Ruble & Nancy Dalrymple. Sexuality: A guide for instruction…. [autism]
  • Phyllis J. D. Green & Patricia M. Apple. Spinning Straw: The Jeff Apple Story (Diverse City Press, 1999). ISBN: 1896230148 (paperback, 196 pages). [autism,account]
  • Josh Greenfield. A Child Called Noah: A Family Journey (Holt, Reinhart, & Winston, 1972). I think its out of print. Also 1979 printing by Pocket Books. (Continued by A Place for Noah). 190 pages. About Noah Jiro Greenfield, born 1966. ISBN: 0446761990 ; ISBN: 0671826514 ; ISBN: 0156168626 ; ISBN: 0030913845 . [autism,account]
  • Josh Greenfield. A client called Noah: a family journey continued (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986). ISBN: 0805000852 ; ISBN: 0156181681 (Harcourt Brace, 1987, 371 pages). [autism,account]
  • Josh Greenfield. A Place for Noah (Holt, Reinhart, & Winston, 1978). Minireview: Greenfield’s “Noah” books are about the “worst case scenario”, parents left with no resources and no support in dealing with an autistic child. This shows the havoc caused by a child never taught. ISBN: 003089896X (hardcover, 310 pages); ISBN: 0671826506 (paperback, Pocket, 1979); ISBN: 0671419099 (paperback, 302 pages, Pocket, 1980); ISBN: 0156720000 (paperback, 310 pages, Harcourt, 1989). [autism,account]
  • Stanley I. Greenspan. Engaging Autism: Helping Children Relate, Communicate and Think with the DIR Floortime Approach (Perseus Books Group, 2006). ISBN: 0738210285 (hardcover, 434 pages). [autism]
  • Stanley I. Greenspan, Serena Weider & Robin Simons. The Child with Special Needs: Encouraging Intellectual and Emotional Growth (Addison-Wesley, 1998). ISBN: 0201407264 (hardcover, 496 pages, Perseus Press). [autism,disability,se]
  • Jonathan Griffiths. Asperger Meets Girl: Happy Endings for Asperger Boys (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2008). ISBN: 1843106302 (paperback, 111 pages). [autism,aspergers,adolescent]
  • Roy Richard Grinker. Unstrange Minds (New York: Basic Books, 2007). Reader: draws together interesting and informative perspectives. ISBN: 0465027636 (hardcover, 340 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0-465-02763-7). [autism,account]
  • Gerald Groden & M. Grace Baron, ed. Autism: Strategies for Change: a comprehensive approach to the education and treatment of children with autism and related disorders (New York: Gardner Press, 1988). ISBN: 0898761352 (hardcover, 244 pages); ISBN: 0685181766 (hardcover, Amereon Press, 1991); ISBN: 0898761840 (paperback, 1991). [autism,se,treatment]
  • Magdalena Grodzka, ed. Crying Without Tears: Letters From Parents of Autistic Children (1995). Paperback, 254 pages [autism,account]
  • Patty Dobbs Gross. The Golden Bridge: A Guide to Assistance Dogs for Children Challenged By Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities (Purdue University Press, forthcoming). ISBN: 155753408X (paperback, 220 pages, due 12/1/2005). [autism]
  • Cathleen A. Grossfield & Deborah C. Lapidus. Autism a Transdisciplinary View of Current Research and Methods (Human Sciences Press, 1987). ISBN: 0898852633 . [autism]
  • J. C. Grubar. Autismo e integrazione (Roma: Phoenix, 1996). [autism,italian]
  • Vidya Bhushan Gupta, editor. Autistic Spectrum Disorders in Children (Marcel Dekker, 2004). Part of the series Pediatric Habilitation. ISBN: 0824750616 (hardcover, 450 pages). [autism]
  • Michael J. Guralnick, ed.. The Effectiveness of Early Intervention (Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, 1996). Includes chapter called “Early Intervention in Autism” by Geraldine Dawson and Julie Osterling. http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/guralnick-255x/index.htm ISBN: 155766255X (hardcover, 688 pages). [autism,disability]
  • Steven Gutstein. Autism/Asperger’s: Solving the Relationship Puzzle (Future Horizons, 2001). ISBN: 1885477708 (paperback, 200 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Steven E. Gutstein & Rachelle K. Sheely. Relationship Development Intervention with Children, Adolescents and Adults: Social and Emotional Development Activities for Asperger Syndrome, Autism, PDD and NLD (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). ISBN: 1843107171 (paperback, 425 pages). [autism,aspergers,pdd,social,se]
  • Steven E. Gutstein & Rachelle K. Sheely. Relationship Development Intervention with Young Children: Social and Emotional Development Activities for Asperger Syndrome, Autism, PDD and NLD (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2002). ISBN: 1843107147 (paperback, 256 pages). [aspergers,autism,social,pdd,se]
  • Richard H. Haas, Isabelle Rapin & Hugo W. Moser. Rett Syndrome and Autism (Year Book Medical Pub, 1988). Part of the series Issues in Neurology. ISBN: 9998180252 . [autism,disability]
  • Will Hadcroft. The Feeling’s Unmutual: Growing Up With Asperger Syndrome (Undiagnosed) (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843102641 (paperback, 236 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Kenneth Hall. Asperger Syndrome, the Universe and Everything (London: Jessica Kingsley, 2000). Forewords by Ken P. Kerr and Gill Rowley. The author has Asperger Syndrome. ISBN: 1853029300 (112 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Robert Lee Hamblin. The Humanization processes: a social, behavioral analysis of children’s problems (New York: Wiley-Interscience, 1971). Part of the series Psychological Disorders. 305 pages. [autism,disability]
  • Lynn M. Hamilton. Facing Autism: Giving Parents Reasons for Hope, Encouragement for parents, Guidance for Help (2000). ISBN: 1578562627 (paperback, 320 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Erika Hammerschmidt. Born on the Wrong Planet (2004). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Martin Hanbury. Educating Pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Practical Guide (Paul Chapman Educational Publishing, 2005). ISBN: 1412902282 (paperback, 144 pages); ISBN: 1412902274 (hardcover, 144 pages). [autism,se]
  • Jan S. Handleman. School-Age Education Programs for Children with Autism (Pro-Ed, forthcoming). ISBN: 141640130X (hardcover, due 11/2005). [autism,se]
  • Ruth Elaine Joyner Hane, Kassiane Sibley, Stephene M. Shore, Roger N. Meyer, Phil Schwarz & Liane Holliday Willey. Ask and Tell: Self-Advocacy and Disclosure for People on the Autism Spectrum (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2004). ISBN: 1931282587 (paperback, 196 pages). [autism,advocacy]
  • Liz Hannah. Teaching young children with autistic spectrum disorders to learn: a practical guide for parents and staff in mainstream schools and nurseries (The National Autistic Society, 2001). ISBN: 1899280324 . [autism,se]
  • Francesca G. E. Happe. Autism: An Introduction to Psychological Theory (UCL Press, 1994). Reader: intended to provide an overview of current thinking on autism for psychology students but some parents would find it interesting. http://www.hup.harvard.edu/S95Books/S95Long/autism.html http://www.hup.harvard.edu/S95Books/S95Reviews/Rautism.html ISBN: 1857282302 (paperback, 152 pages); ISBN: 0674053125 (hardcover, 160 pages, Harvard University Press, 1995); ISBN: 0674053117 (paperback, 160 pages, Harvard University Press, 1998). [autism]
  • Kelly Harland. A Will of His Own: Reflections on Parenting a Child With Autism (Woodbine House, 2002). ISBN: 1890627194 (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,account]
  • John Harpur, Maria Lawlor & Michael Fitzgerald. Succeeding in College With Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley, 2004). ISBN: 1843102013 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • John Harpur, Maria Lawlor & Michael Fitzgerald. Succeeding With Interventions for Asperger Syndrome Adolescents: A Guide to Communication And Socialization in Interaction Therapy (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006). ISBN: 1843103222 (paperback, 224 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843103226). [autism,aspergers,adolescent]
  • Kathie Harrington. For Parents and Professionals: Autism in Adolescents & Adults (LinguiSystems, Inc., 1998). 196 pages. Author is a speech pathologist with a now-grown autistic son. http://www.linguisystems.com/ [autism,account,se,parent]
  • Kathie Harrington. For Parents and Professionals: Autism (LinguiSystems, Inc.). 172 pages. http://www.linguisystems.com/ [autism,se,parent]
  • Sandra L. Harris. Siblings of Children with Autism: A guide for Families (Rockville, Maryland: Woodbine House, 1994). Part of the series Topics in Autism. One reader: found it useful when dealing with 6-year-old brother. 1995 Literay Achievement Award from the ASA. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/scwa.html Replaced by 2nd edition. ISBN: 0933149719 (paperback, 127 pages). [autism,family]
  • Sandra L. Harris & Beth A. Glasberg. Siblings of Children with Autism: A guide for Families, 2nd edition (Woodbine House, 2003). ISBN: 1890627291 (paperback, 180 pages). [autism,family]
  • Sandra L. Harris & Jan S. Handleman, ed. Preschool Education Programs for Children with Autism (Pro-Ed, 1993). 252 pages. Reader: excellent. Includes chapters with the leaders of the field in behavioral intervention of young children with autism. http://www.proedinc.com/store/6665.html ISBN: 0890795878 (paperback). [autism,se,preschool]
  • Sandra L. Harris, ed & Jan S. Handleman, ed. Preschool Education Programs for Children with Autism, 2nd ed (2000). ISBN: 0890798508 (paperback). [autism,se,preschool]
  • Sandra L. Harris & Mary Jane Weiss. Right From The Start: Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism (Woodbine House, 1998). Part of the series Topics in Autism. Earlier tentative title: Intensive Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism: A Guide for Parents and Professionals http://www.woodbinehouse.com/rfts.html ISBN: 189062702X (paperback, 200 pages). [autism,behavioral,treatment]
  • Sandra L. Harris & Mary Jane Weiss. Right from the Start: Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism, second edition (Woodbine House, 2007). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 1890627801 (paperback, 150 pages ISBN-13: 978-1890627805). [autism,behavioral,treatment]
  • Charles A. Hart. A Parent’s Guide to Autism: Answers to the Most Common Questions (Pocket Book Publishers, 1993). Called excellent by AUTISM list member. Structured so that you can understand parts of it without tackling the whole book. Includes list of books and resources. ISBN: 0671750992 (paperback, 244 pages). [autism,intro,parent]
  • Charles A. Hart. Without Reason: A family copes with Two Generations of Autism (New York: Harper & Row, 1989). Written by a man who had an autistic brother and (in the ’70s) an autistic son. Reader: inspiring, readable, intelligent. Reader: good account to be read by teen siblings because it describes a sibling’s experience. ISBN: 0451169409 ; ISBN: 0060161434 (292 pages); ISBN: 1885477694 (292 pages, Future Horizons). [autism,account,family]
  • Martha Kennedy Hartnett. Choosing Home: Deciding to Homeschool With Asperger’s Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843107635 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • T. J. Haugen. Autism: symptom or syndrome (California Remediation Associates, 1966). [autism]
  • Milada Havelkova. The autistic child; a guide for parents (Toronto: Canadian Mental Health Association, 1966). 22 pages. [autism,parent]
  • Gail Hawkins. How to Find Work That Works for People with Asperger Syndrome: The Ultimate Guide for Getting People With Asperger Syndrome into the Workplace (and Keeping Them There!) (Jessica Kingsley, 2004). ISBN: 1843101513 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,aspergers,adult]
  • Torey L. Hayden. One Child (Avon, 1995). Teacher’s account of troubled student. I’ve seen a synopsis of the book that labels the child autistic. The Tiger’s Child is a sequel. ISBN: 0380542625 (paperback, 221 pages); ISBN: 0808511394 (1999). [autism,account]
  • Torey L. Hayden. The Tiger’s Child (Avon, 1995). Sequel to author’s One Child. ISBN: 0025491504 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 0380725444 (paperback, Avon, 1996); ISBN: 0785797416 (Econo-Clad Books, 1999). [autism,account]
  • Marilyn Hays & Veronica Zysk, ed. Working Together for a Brighter Future: A Unique Approach for Educating High-Functioning Students with Autism (Future Horizons, 1996). Includes suggests for students with Asperger’s syndrome. http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/working.html ISBN: 1885477279 (paperback, 244 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Lawrence E. Hedges. Working the Organizing Experience: Transforming Psychotic, Schizoid, and Autistic States (Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, 1994). ISBN: 1568212550 (hardcover, 298 pages, 1995). [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • L. Juane Heflin & Donna Alaimo. Autism Spectrum Disorders : Effective Instructional Practices (Prentice Hall, forthcoming). ISBN: 013118170X (paperback, 256 pages, due 2/27/2006). [autism,se]
  • Rebekah Heinrichs. Perfect Targets: Asperger Syndrome and Bullying–Practical Solutions for Surviving the Social World (Autism Asperger Publishing Co., 2003). ISBN: 1931282188 (paperback, 204 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Isabelle Henault. Asperger’s Syndrome And Sexuality: From Adolescence Through Adulthood (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843101890 (paperback, 224 pages, due 10/30/05). [autism,aspergers,adult,adolescent]
  • Jules Henry. Pathways to Madness (London: Jonathan Cape, 1972). Accounts of different families with a mentally ill, mentally handicapped, or autistic family member. The families are deemed to be entirely to blame. [autism,disability]
  • Denise Herbaudiere. Cati, ou, Les sentiers de la vie : une enfant autiste a l’age adulte (Paris: P. Belfond, 1991). ISBN: 2714426832 (259 pages). [autism,french]
  • Beate Hermelin. Bright Splinters of the Mind: A Personal Story of Research with Autistic Savant (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). ISBN: 1853029319 (hardcover, 176 pages); ISBN: 1853029327 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism,account]
  • Beate Hermelin & Neil O’Connor. Psychological experiments with autistic children (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1970). Also New York. 142 pages. [autism]
  • Matthew Hesmondhalgh & Christine Breakey. Access and Inclusion for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Let Me In (Jessica Kingsley, 2001). ISBN: 1853029866 (paperback, 256 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Ann Hewetson. Laughter And Tears: A Family’s Journey To Understanding The Autism Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843103311 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,account]
  • Ann Hewetson. The Stolen Child: Aspects of Autism and Asperger Syndrome (Bergin & Garvey, 2002). ISBN: 0897898443 (hardcover, 264 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • David Hewett, ed & Melanie Nind, ed. Access to Communication: Developing the basics of communication with people with severe learning difficulties using Intensive Interaction (London: David Fulton, 1994). Includes large sections specifically on autism. Reader’s comment: very interesting, intelligent, practical and non-dogmatic. http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?1853462063 ISBN: 1853462063 (Taylor & Francis). [autism,disability]
  • David Hewett, ed & Melanie Nind, ed. Interaction in Action: Reflections on the Use of Intensive Interaction (London: David Fulton, 1998). Includes large sections specifically on autism. Reader’s comment: very interesting, intelligent, practical and non-dogmatic. http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?1853464619 ISBN: 1853464619 (paperback). [autism,disability]
  • Sally Hewitt. Specialist Support Approaches To Autism Spectrum Disorder Students In Mainstream Settings (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843102900 (paperback, 2004). [autism,se]
  • David A. Hill & Martha R. Leary. Movement Disturbance: A Clue to Hidden Competencies in Persons Diagnosed with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities (Madison, Wisconsin.: DRI Press, 1993). 31 pages. [autism,fc]
  • David A. Hill & Martha R. Leary. Moving on: A Literature Review and Comparative Study of Symptoms of Autism and Movement Disturbance (Toronto, Ontario: The Geneva Centre). [autism]
  • Paige Shaughnessy Hinerman. Teaching autistic children to communicate (Rockville, Md.: Aspen Systems Corp., 1983). 205 pages. ISBN: 0894438840 . [autism,se]
  • HMSO. Review of Health and Social Services for Mentally Disordered Offenders : Mental Handicap or With Autism (Stationary Office, 1994). Part of the series People With Learning Disabilities. Volume 7 in the series. ISBN: 0113217013 . [autism]
  • R. Peter Hobson. Autism and the Development of the Mind (Hillsdale: Psychology Press, 1992). Also Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Ltd., 1993. ISBN: 0863772293 (textbook, 245 pages). [autism]
  • Jacques Hochmann & Pierre Ferrari. Imitation, identification chez l’enfant autiste (Paris: Bayard editions, 1992). Part of the series Collection Paidos. Recherche. ISBN: 2227005505 (181 pages). [autism,french]
  • Bronwen Hocking. Little Boy Lost (London: Bloomsbury, 1990). Reader: A desperately depressing book in which the author explains how her son’s autism is all her fault for not loving him enough, and how psychotherapy is his only hope. ISBN: 0747507007 (hardcover, 224 pages); ISBN: 0747509557 (paperback, 224 pages, 1991). [autism,account,psychoanalysis]
  • Linda A. Hodgdon. Solving Behavior Problems in Autism: Improving Communication with Visual Strategies (Troy, Michigan: QuirkRoberts Publishing, 1999). I also saw the title as: Visual Strategies for Improving Communication, Volume II: Solving Behavior Problems in Autism http://www.usevisualstrategies/book2/book2.htm ISBN: 0961678623 (paperback). [autism,se]
  • Linda A. Hodgdon. Visual Strategies for Improving Communication: Practical Supports for School and Home (Troy, Michigan: QuirkRoberts Publishing, 1995). Related to TEACCH program. I’ve also seen it titled: Visual Strategies for Improving Communication, Volume I: Practical Supports for School and Home. http://www.usevisualstrategies/book1/book1.htm ISBN: 0961678615 (218 pages). [autism,disability]
  • Olga Holland. The Dragons of Autism: Autism as a Source of Wisdom (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). ISBN: 1843107414 (paperback, 201 pages). [autism,parent,account]
  • Olga Holland. Teaching At Home: A New Approach To Tutoring Children With Autism And Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843107872 (paperback, 128 pages). [se,autism,aspergers]
  • David Holmes. Autism in Adulthood (Routledge, 1996). Paperback. [autism,adult]
  • David Holmes. Establishing Group Homes for Adults with Autism (Princeton, New Jersey: Eden Press, 1985). [autism,adult]
  • David L. Holmes. Autism Through The Lifespan: The Eden Model (Woodbine House, 1998). Foreword by Eric Schopler. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/atl.html ISBN: 093314928X (paperback, 400 pages.). [autism,adult]
  • Kathy Hoopmann. All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006). ISBN: 1843104814 (hardcover, 65 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843104810). [autism,aspergers]
  • Rab A. Houston & Uta Frith. Autism in History: The Case of Hugh Blair of Borgue C. 1708-1765 (Blackwell Pub, 2000). Examination of Hugh Blair, eighteenth century Scottish landowner who appears to have been autistic. ISBN: 0631220887 (hardcover, 224 pages); ISBN: 0631220895 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism,account]
  • Marie Howley & Eileen Arnold. Revealing The Hidden Social Code: Social Stories For People With Autistic Spectrum Disorders (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843102226 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism,social]
  • P. Howlin & M. Rutter. The Alleviation Of Family Problems. [autism]
  • P. Howlin & M. Rutter. Treatment Of Obsessive And Ritualistic Behaviors. [autism]
  • Patricia Howlin. Autism: Preparing for adulthood (New York: Routledge, 1996). Includes first-person quotes. Reader: really excellent. Won 1997 NASEN Book award. ISBN: 0415115310 (hardcover); ISBN: 0415115329 (paperback, 294 pages, 1997). [autism]
  • Patricia Howlin, ed. Behavioral Approaches to the Treatment of Children (Cambridge University Press, 1998). Part of the series Clinics in Developmental Medicine. Number 146 in series. About treating autism and other disorders. ISBN: 1898683123 (hardcover, 1999). [autism,disability]
  • Patricia Howlin. Children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome: A Guide for Practitioners and Carers (John Wiley & Sons, 1998). Reader: Really smashing; State-of-the-art, with all the latest useful research, but jargon-free and reader-friendly; full of indispensable practical advice. ISBN: 0471983284 (paperback); ISBN: 0471983276 (audio cassette). [autism,aspergers]
  • Patricia Howlin. Teaching Children With Autism to Mind-Read, 2nd edition (John Wiley & Sons, forthcoming). ISBN: 0470093226 (paperback, 192 pages, due 1/26/2007); ISBN: 0470093242 (paperback, 208 pages, due 1/26/2007). [autism,se,parent]
  • Patricia Howlin, ed, Simon Baron-Cohen & Julia Hadwin. Teaching Children With Autism to Mind-Read: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Parents (John Wiley & Sons, 1998). Treatment based upon the “theory of mind” principle. ISBN: 0471976237 (paperback, 336 pages). [autism,se,parent]
  • Patricia Howlin, Michael Rutter, M. Berger, R. Hemsley, L. Hersov & W. Yule. Treatment of Autistic Children (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1987). Part of the series Wiley series on studies in child psychiatry. 299 pages. Also Chichester, England. ISBN: 0471102628 . [autism,treatment]
  • Jill Hudson. Cabins, Canoes and Campfires: Guidelines for Establishing a Camp for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2005). ISBN: 1931282773 (paperback, 88 pages). [autism]
  • Ruth A. Huebner. Autism: A Sensorimotor Approach to Management (Aspen Publishers, 2000). ISBN: 0834216450 (hardcover, 493 pages). [autism,si]
  • Joseph E. Huggins. The Diagnostic & Treatment Model Reference Management Handbook (Bitemarks Publications, 1996). 250 pages. http://toronto.planeteer.com/~jhuggins/ ISBN: 1896920004 . [autism,treatment]
  • Lynda Huggins. Food for Thought Cookbook. Information about autism & recipes. A book designed to spread information about autism. [autism,nutrition]
  • Robert Hughes. Running with Walker: A Memoir (Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843107554 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,account]
  • Joan Martin Hundley. The Small Outsider; The Story of an Autistic Child (Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1971). 150 pages. Also London, 1972, 150 pages. An account by a parent about her son; also has interesting descriptions of other autistic children. ISBN: 0345234928 ; ISBN: 0207121931 . [autism,account]
  • Fran Hunnisett. The Little Class with the Big Personality: Experiences of Teaching A Class of Young Children with Autism (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843103087 (paperback, 152 pages). [autism,account,se]
  • David Hunter. Planet Autism (David Hunter Publications). Hilarious in a warped way. [autism,account]
  • S. J. Hutt & Corinne Hutt, ed. Behaviour studies in psychiatry: based on the proceedings of a symposium held at the Human Development Research Unit, Park Hospital for Children, Oxford, July 1968 (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1970). Also New York. 223 pages. [autism,disability,proceedings]
  • Hyperactive Children’s Support Group. Hyperactive Children A Guide to their Management. 32 pages. Available from AiA for $7. Includes Gluten-free diet guidelines. Also called the HACSG Handbook. http://www.hyperactive.org.uk/ha05008.htm [autism,allergy,nutrition]
  • Indiana Resource Center for Autism. Autism Training Sourcebook (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1997). 329 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism,se]
  • Indiana University, 1968 Colloquium on Infantile Autism. Infantile Autism: Proceedings of the Indiana University Colloquium (Springfield, Ill: C. C. Thomas, 1971). Edited by Don W. Churchill, Gerald D. Alpern, and Marian K. DeMyer. ISBN: 0398003076 (340 pages). [autism,proceedings]
  • The Infinite Mind. Asperger’s Syndrome part 1 (Lichtenstein Creative Media, 2005). Part of the series The Infinite Mind. Volume 374 of the public radio show. ISBN: 1932479236 (Audio CD). [autism,aspergers]
  • The Infinite Mind. Asperger’s Syndrome part 2 (Lichtenstein Creative Media, 2005). Part of the series The Infinite Mind. Volume 375 of the public radio show. ISBN: 1932479244 (Audio CD). [autism,aspergers]

Information and Research Utilization Center in Physical Education and Recreation for the Handicapped.

  • Physical Education, Recreation, and related programs for autistic and emotionally disturbed children (Washington: America Alliance for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, 1976). 124 pages. Prepared by Liane Summerfield. [autism,disability,se]
  • Irabina Special Developmental School. Curriculum Standard Framework: English Levels 1-4: Adapted for Students with Autism (Irabina Special Developmental School, 1997). Paperback, 129 pages. [autism,se]
  • Irabina Special Developmental School. Curriculum Standard Framework: Health and Physical Education Levels 1-4: Adapted for Students with Autism (Irabina Special Developmental School, 1998). Paperback, 125 pages. [autism,se]
  • Green Irene. A Positive Behavioral Development Strategy for Students with Autism and Behavioral Predispositions (2003). Part of the series Red and Green Choices By Green Irene. http://www.redandgreenchoices.com/ ISBN: 0974228001 (paperback, 54 pages). [autism,se]
  • Jean-Marc Gaspard Itard. The Wild Boy of Aveyron (Appleton-Century-Crofts. Meridith Pub. Co., 1962). Part of the series Century Psychology. Reports on Victor, a boy found in a village in the early 1800’s. Some have speculated, from descriptions, that he was autistic. A movie of the story is L’enfant Sauvage (The Wild Child). (Also saw it listed as New York: Century, 1932). ISBN: 0139594949 . [autism,account]
  • Portia Iverson. Strange Son: Two Mothers, Two Sons, and the Quest to Unlock the Hidden World of Autism (Riverhead Books, 2006). Founder of Cure Autism Now’s account of her own son as well as another autistic boy in India. ISBN: 1573223115 (hardcover, 416 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1573223119). [autism,account]
  • Martine Ives & Nell Munro.
  • Caring for a Child with Autism: A Practical Guide for Parents (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2002). ISBN: 1853029963 (paperback, 304 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Jacqui Jackson.
  • Multicoloured Mayhem: Parenting the Many Shades of Adolescence, Autism, Asperger Syndrome and AD/HD (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2004). ISBN: 1843101718 (paperback, 240 pages). [aspergers,autism,parent]
  • Luke Jackson & Tony Attwood.
  • Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome: A User Guide to Adolescence (London: Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2002). Luke Jackson is a thirteen-year-old boy with Asperger’s. ISBN: 1843100983 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,aspergers,adolescent,account,parent]
  • Luke Jackson & Marilyn Le Breton.
  • A User Guide to the GF/CF Diet for Autism, Asperger Syndrome and AD/HD (Jessica Kingsley, 2001). ISBN: 184310055X (paperback, 169 pages). [autism,disability,nutrition,allergy,account]
  • Barbara Jacobs.
  • Loving Mr. Spock: A Different Kind Of Love (Michael Joseph, 2003). Or Penguin. ISBN: 0718146425 (paperback, 352 pages); ISBN: 1932565205 (paperback, Future Horizons, 2004, called Loving Mr. Spock: Understanding an Aloof Lover: Could It Be Asperger’s?). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Paula Jacobsen.
  • Asperger Syndrome and Psychotherapy: Understanding Asperger Perspectives (Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843107430 (paperback, 171 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Paula Jacobson.
  • Understanding How Asperger Children and Adolescents Think and Learn: Creating Manageable Environments for AS Students (2005). ISBN: 1843108046 (paperback, 120 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Ioan James.
  • Asperger’s Syndrome and High Achievement (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006). ISBN: 1843103885 (paperback, 224 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843103882). [autism,aspergers]
  • Juliet Jamieson & Claire Jamieson.
  • Studying With Asperger Syndrome: A Resource for Students And Tutors (David Fulton Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843121832 (paperback, 96 pages, due 12/30/2005). [autism,aspergers,adolescent]
  • Sibylle Janert.
  • The Autistic Child in Preschool: A Practical Handbook for Nursery Workers and Early Years Teachers (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1997). Due July 1997. ISBN: 185302421X . [autism,se,preschool]
  • Sibylle Janert.
  • Reaching the Young Autistic Child: Reclaiming Non-Autistic Potential through Communicative Strategies and Games (London: Free Association Books, 2000). http://www.fa-b.com/Specfeat.htm ISBN: 1853434981 (paperback, 200 pages). [autism]
  • Janice E. Janzen.
  • Autism (Resource Access Project, Portland State University, 1988). [autism]
  • Janice E. Janzen.
  • Autism: Facts and Strategies for Parents (Therapy Skill Builders, 1999). Perhaps the same as the 1988 book or a later edition. ISBN: 0761645500 (hardcover, 169 pages); ISBN: 0127844570 (paperback, Psychological Corp, 2000). [autism,parent,intro]
  • Janice E. Janzen.
  • Understanding the Nature of Autism: A Guide to the Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2nd edition (Communication Skill Builders, 2003). ISBN: 0761641262 (paperback). [autism,intro]
  • Janice E. Janzen.
  • Understanding the Nature of Autism: A Practical Guide (Communication Skill Builders, 1996). Reader: It explained autism very well and I gave it to my son’s teacher to read. ISBN: 0761643796 (paperback, Therapy Skill Builders, 1998); ISBN: 0127845593 (paperback, 454 pages, Psychological Corp, 1998). [autism,intro]
  • Carol Jeffrey.
  • As it happeneth to the fool: a study of withdrawal and depression, with examples from autism and schizoid states (London: Guild of Pastoral Psychology, 1969). Part of the series Guild lecture (Guild of Pastoral psychology). 30 pages. ISBN: 0852660049 . [autism]
  • Audra K. Jensen, editor.
  • When Babies Read: A Practical Guide to Helping Young Children With Hyperlexia, Asperger Syndrome And High-functioning Autism (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843108038 (paperback, 176 pages, due 11/15/2005). [autism,aspergers]
  • Patricia St. John.
  • The Secret Language of Dolphins (New York: Summit Books, 1991). Applying to autistic children ideas about communication derived from working with dolphins. Also refers to facilitated communication and psychic powers. Also published under the title Beyond words: unlocking the secrets to communicating. ISBN: 158444021X (paperback, 320 pages, Disc-Us Books, 1999). [autism]
  • Carol Sue Johnson & Julia Crowder.
  • Autism: From Tragedy to Triumph (Boston: Branden Books, 1994). The story of Drew who recovered using Dr. Lovaas’s UCLA program. Foreword by Ivar Lovaas. ISBN: 0828319650 (paperback, 187 pages). [autism,account,behavioral]
  • Catherine Johnson.
  • A Parent’s Guide to Autism : Essential Help for Understanding Your Child’s Condition and Finding Treatment That Makes a Difference (Owl Books, forthcoming). ISBN: 080507001X (paperback, 256 pages, due 9/1/2006). [autism,parent]
  • Jerry A. Johnson & David A. Ethridge, ed.
  • Developmental Disabilities: A handbook for occupational therapists (New York: Haworth Press, 1989). Part of the series Occupational Therapy in Health Care. Covers autism along with a few other disabilities. ISBN: 0866569596 (hardcover, 268 pages). [autism,disability,ot]
  • Malcolm Johnson.
  • Managing With Asperger Syndrome: A Practical Guide for White Collar Professionals (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843101998 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,aspergers,adult]
  • Mary Donnet Johnson & Sherry Henshaw Corden.
  • Beyond Words: The Successful Inclusion of a Child with Autism (Merry Pace Press, 2004). ISBN: 0975349104 (paperback, 171 pages). [autism,se]
  • Ranae Johnson.
  • Winter’s Flower (RainTree, 1992). About the author’s autistic son, Kelton. ISBN: 096315060X (paperback). [autism,account]
  • Sandra O. Johnson & Max Desorgher.
  • Sara’s Story – the adoption of an autistic child (1997). About Sara’s Diet. http://www.xs4all.nl/~maxdes/health/autism/autism.html [autism,nutrition,account]
  • Therese Jolliffe, Richard Lansdown & Clive Robinson.
  • Autism: A Personal Account (The National Autism Society, 1992). Reprinted article from Communication. http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publica.html Reader: brilliant first-person account. Therese Jolliffe is an autistic person with a PhD for research into autism. [autism,reprint,account]
  • G. Jones.
  • Educational provision for children with autism and Asperger syndrome: Meeting their needs (London: David Fulton, 2001). ISBN: 1853466697 (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • R. Jordan & S. Powell.
  • The Special Curricular Needs Of Autistic Children. [autism,se]
  • Rita Jordan.
  • Autism with Severe Learning Difficulties (Souvenir Press Ltd, 2002). ISBN: 0285635999 (paperback, 288 pages). [autism,se]
  • Rita Jordan.
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders: An Introductory Handbook for Practitioners (David Fulton, 1999). http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?1853466662 ISBN: 1853466662 (paperback, 192 pages). [autism,se]
  • Rita Jordan & Glenys Jones.
  • Meeting Needs of Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (David Fulton, 1999). http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?1853465828 ISBN: 1853465828 (paperback, 80 pages). [autism,se]
  • Rita Jordan & Stuart Powell.
  • Understanding and Teaching Children With Autism (New York: Wiley, 1995). ISBN: 0471958883 (paperback, 188 pages); ISBN: 0471957143 (paperback, 188 pages). [autism,se]
  • Ole Sylvester Jorgensen.
  • Autismus oder Asperger: Differenzierung eines Phaenomens (Weinheim: Beltz, 1998). Also Basel. Translation of Mellem autisme og normalitet. Aspergers syndrom (Kopenhagen, 1994) from Danish. Reader: despite the title, does not deal with HFA. [autism,german,aspergers]
  • Karin Stensland Junker.
  • The Child In The Glass Ball (New York: Abingdon Press, 1964). Translated by Gustaf Lannestock. Account of the author’s two disabled children, one of whom, her daughter Boel, has autism. [autism,account]
  • Debra Kamps & et al.
  • Alternative Instructional Strategies for Students with Autism and Other Disabilities (Pro-Ed). I think this is the same as the Debra Whorton book. [autism,se]
  • Debra Kamps & et al.
  • Social Skills Program. I’m not certain this is a book. [autism,se,social]
  • Lawrence Kaplan.
  • Diagnosis Autism: Now What? (EthamBooks, 2005). http://www.ethambooks.com/Books.htm ISBN: 0976535661 (paperback, 200 pages). [autism]
  • Melvin Kaplan.
  • Seeing Through New Eyes: How Vision Therapy Is Changing the Lives of Autistic Children (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843108003 (paperback, 256 pages, due 11/15/2005). [autism,aspergers,treatment]
  • Karen Kaplan-Fitzgerald.
  • Reach me, teach me: a public school program for the autistic child: A handbook for teachers and administrators (Academic Therapy Publications, 1977). ISBN: 087879171X (80 pages). [autism,se]
  • Paul Karasik & Judy Karasik.
  • The Ride Together: A Brother and Sister’s Memoir of Autism in the Family (Washington Square, 2003). ISBN: 0743423364 (hardcover, 208 pages). [autism,account,family]
  • M. Davi Kathiresan.
  • The ABC’s of Autism (Autism Society of Michigan, 2000). I think it is suitable for children though by description it is meant for adults too. ISBN: 0970148003 (paperback, 31 pages). [autism]
  • Barry Neil Kaufman.
  • A miracle to believe in (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1981). The entire book is online. http://www.option.org/miracle/index.html ISBN: 0449201082 (Fawcett Crest/Ballantine, 313 pages). [autism,account]
  • Barry Neil Kaufman.
  • Son-Rise (New York: Harper & Row, 1976). A father’s account. About Raun Kahlil Kaufman. No longer in print. ISBN: 0060122765 (hardcover, 153 pages); ISBN: 0446921106 (paperback, Warner, 1979); ISBN: 0446893471 (paperback, 221 pages, Warner, 1997). [autism,account]
  • Barry Neil Kaufman.
  • To love is to be happy with: the miracle of one autistic child (London: Souvenir Press, 1976). About Option Process. LOC implies this is British edition of Son Rise. ISBN: 0285648268 (153 pages); ISBN: 0285648276 ; ISBN: 0698107799 (285 pages, Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, New York, 1977); ISBN: 0449211193 (reissue edition, 1994, Fawcett Books, paperback). [autism,account]
  • Barry Neil Kaufman & Samarhia Lyte Kaufman.
  • Son-Rise: The Miracle Continues (Kramer, 1994?). Update of Son-Rise including introduction by their once-autistic son. Also covers five other families who have used the Son-Rise program for their special children. ISBN: 0915811537 (hardcover, 347 pages); ISBN: 0915811618 (paperback, 347 pages). [autism,account]
  • Nancy J. Kaufman.
  • Asperger Syndrome: Strategies for Solving the Social Puzzle (Thinking Publications, 2005). ISBN: 1932054383 (paperback). [autism,aspergers,social]
  • Theresa S. Kearns & Curtis J. Jones.
  • A Family Affair: Thoughts Flowing From The Soul, A Mother & Son’s Poetic Vessel (Media Publishing, 2005). http://www.inspiringbeyond.com/a_family_affair.htm ISBN: 1597440205 (paperback). [autism,aspergers,account,poetry]
  • Mickey Keenan, editor, Mary Henderson, editor, Ken P. Kerr, editor & Karola Dillenburger, editor.
  • Applied Behavior Analysis And Autism: Building a Future Together (forthcoming). ISBN: 1843103109 (paperback, 176 pages, due 12/15/05). [autism,behavioral]
  • Mickey Keenan, ed, Ken P. Kerr, ed & Karola Dillenburger, ed.
  • Parents’ Education As Autism Therapists: Applied Behavior Analysis in Context (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/kee_par.html ISBN: 1853027782 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism,behavioral,parent]
  • Hans E. Kehrer.
  • Autismus: diagnostische, therapeutische und soziale Aspekte (Heidelberg: Asanger, 1995). Reader: The best German book; comprehensive, concise, fairly easy reading, open for alternative therapies while remaining conservatively skeptical about them, very good overview for parents and professionals. ISBN: 3893343083 (222 pages); ISBN: 3893343105 . [autism,german]
  • Hans E. Kehrer.
  • Geistige Behinderung und Autismus: Rat unde Hilfe fur eine Begleitung durchs Leben (Stutgardt: TRIAS, 1995). ISBN: 3893732969 (200 pages). [autism,german]
  • Hans E. Kehrer.
  • Praktische Verhaltenstherapie bei geistig Behinderten: Ein Leitfaden fur Betreuer (Dortmund: Modernes Lernen, 1997). ISBN: 3808004029 (103 pages). [autism,german]
  • Hans E. Kehrer, Barbara Classen & Jans-Joachim Peter.
  • Internationale Autismus-Bibliographe (Weinheim: Deutscher Studien Verlag, 1991). “International bibliography of autism” ISBN: 3892711933 (225 pages). [autism,bibliography,german]
  • Julia Kellman.
  • Autism, Art, and Children: The Stories We Draw (Bergin & Garvey, 2001). ISBN: 0897897358 (hardcover, 160 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Roger V. Kendall.
  • Building Wellness With Dmg: How a Breakthrough Nutrient Gives Cancer, Autism & Cardiovascular Patients a Second Chance at Health (Bookworld Services, 2003). ISBN: 1893910318 (paperback, 254 pages). [autism,nutrition]
  • Diane Kennedy & Rebecca Banks.
  • The ADHD Autism Connection: A Step Toward More Accurate Diagnoses and Effective Treatments (Waterbrook Press, 2002). ISBN: 1578564980 (paperback, 208 pages). [autism,disability]
  • Beth Kephart.
  • A Slant of Sun: One Child’s Courage (W.W. Norton, 1998). Account of the author’s son, Jeremy, who was diagnosed PDD-NOS. Finalist for 1998 National Book Award in nonfiction category; chosen as one of the best books of 1998 by both Salon Magazine and the Philadelphia Inquirer; and won the author a 1998 Leeway Grant for Nonfiction. http://www.pov3.com/slant.html ISBN: 0393027422 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 0688172288 (paperback, 256 pages, Quill, 1999); ISBN: 1574901931 (hardcover, large print, Thomas T. Beeler). [autism,account,pdd]
  • Betsey King.
  • Music Therapy: Another Path to Learning and Communication for Children in the Autism Spectrum (Future Horizons, 2000). ISBN: 1885477538 (paperback, 123 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1885477538). [autism,music]
  • Judi Kinney.
  • CoTeaching Students with Autism (IEP Resources/Attainment, 2001). ISBN: 1578611253 (spiral bound, 205 pages). [autism,se]
  • Judi Kinney.
  • CoTeaching Students with Autism: K-5 (IEP Resources, 2000). [autism,se]
  • David Kirby.
  • Evidence of Harm: Mercury in Vaccines and the Autism Epidemic: A Medical Controversy (St. Martin’s Press, 2005). http://www.evidenceofharm.com ISBN: 0312326440 (hardcover, 480 pages); ISBN: 0312326459 (paperback, 480 pages, St Martin’s Griffin, due 2/21/06). [autism,vaccine]
  • Kiyo Kitahara.
  • Daily life physical education for autistic children: a record of the homogeneous guidance given at Musashino Higashi Gakuen School (Boston, MA: Nimrod Press, 1984). Also Tokyo, Japan: K. Kitahara. 204 pages. [autism,se]
  • Kiyo Kitahara.
  • Daily life therapy: a method of educating autistic children (Boston, Ma.: Nimrod Press, 1984). c1984. Record of actual education at Musashino Higashi Gakuen. [autism,se]
  • Kiyo Kitahara.
  • A Method of Education Autistic Children – Daily Life Therapy (Nimrod Press, 1984). Volumes 1, 2, and 3. 1983 and 1984. When I have more information, I will straighten out entries for this series. [autism,se]
  • Ami Klin & Fred Volkmar.
  • Asperger’s Syndrome: Guidelines for Assessment and Diagnosis (Learning Disabilities Association of America, 1995). http://info.med.yale.edu/chldstdy/autism/page46.html [autism,aspergers]
  • Ami Klin & Fred R. Volkmar.
  • Asperger’s Syndrome: Guidelines for Treatment and Intervention (Learning Disabilities Association of America, 1996). http://info.med.yale.edu/chldstdy/autism/page51.html [autism,aspergers]
  • Ami Klin, editor, Fred R. Volkmar, editor & Sara S. Sparrow, editor.
  • Asperger Syndrome (Guilford Press, 2000). ISBN: 1572305347 (hardcover, 462 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Paula Kluth.
  • You’re Going to Love This Kid: Teaching Students With Autism in the Inclusive Classroom (Paul H Brookes, 2003). ISBN: 1557666148 (paperback, 286 pages). [autism,se]
  • Paula Kluth & Kelly Chandler-Olcott.
  • A Land We Can Share: Teaching Literacy to Students With Autism (Paul H Brookes Publishing, 2007). ISBN: 1557668558 (paperback, 220 pages). [autism,se]
  • Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz.
  • Just Give Him The Whale! 20 Ways to Use Fascinations, Areas of Expertise, and Strengths to Support Students with Autism (Paul H Brookes Publishing, 2008). ISBN: 1557669600 (paperback, 143 pages). [autism,se]
  • Peter Knoblock, ed.
  • Teaching and Mainstreaming Autistic Children (Denver: Love Publishing Company, 1982). ISBN: 0891081119 (paperback, 360 pages). [autism,se]
  • Lynn Kern Koegel & Claire LaZebnik.
  • Overcoming Autism (Viking Press, 2004). ISBN: 0670032948 (hardcover, 336 pages); ISBN: 0143034685 (paperback, 336 pages, Penguin, 2004). [autism,treatment]
  • Robert L. Koegel.
  • How to Integrate Autistic and Severely Handicapped Children into a Classroom (Pro-Ed). Part of the series Teaching the Autistic. ISBN: 0890790647 (paperback, 28 pages, H & H Enterprises, 1981). [autism,se]
  • Robert L. Koegel & Lynn Kern Koegel.
  • Pivotal Response Treatments for Autism: Communication, Social, And Academic Development (Brookes Publishing Company, forthcoming). ISBN: 1557668191 (paperback, 320 pages, due 10/2005). [autism,treatment]
  • Robert L. Koegel, ed & Lynn Kern Koegel, ed.
  • Teaching Children with Autism: Strategies for initiating positive interactions and improving learning opportunities (Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, 1995). http://education.ucsb.edu/~doniel/recentbooks.html http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/koegel-1804/index.htm ISBN: 1557661804 (paperback, 256 pages). [autism,se]
  • Robert L. Koegel, Lynn Kern Koegel & Glen Dunlap.
  • ?. Booklet on toilet training people with autism and other disabilities. [autism,disability]
  • Robert L. Koegel, Arnold Rincover & Andrew L. Egel.
  • Educating and understanding autistic children (San Diego, California: College-Hill Press, 1982). 340 pages. [autism,se]
  • Robert L. Koegel & Laura Schreibman.
  • How to Teach Autistic and other Severely Handicapped Children (Vancouver, B. C.: Educational Resources, 1981). Part of the series Teaching the Autistic. Also Pro-Ed. ISBN: 0890790655 (52 pages, H & H Enterprises). [autism,se]
  • Robert L. Koegel, Laura Schreibman, A. Good, I. Cerniglia & M. Murphy.
  • How to Teach Pivotal Behaviors to Children with Autism: A Training Manual (Santa Barbara: UCSB). http://education.ucsb.edu/~doniel/behaviormanuals.html [autism]
  • Ellen S. Heller Korin.
  • Asperger Syndrome An Owner’s Manual For Older Adolescents and Adults: What You, Your Parents and Employer Need to Know (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2007). ISBN: 1934575062 (paperback, 120 pages). [autism,aspergers,adult]
  • Mary Kostantareas, Edward G. Blackstone & Christopher Webster.
  • Autism: A Primer (Quebec Society for Autistic Children, 1981). [autism,intro]
  • Florence Milnes Kozak.
  • Autistic Children: A Working Diary (Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1986). Part of the series Contemporary community health. Describes the author’s work with autistic children, using first a psychoanalytic approach, then a behavioral one. ISBN: 0822953838 (paperback, 172 pages). [autism,account,psychoanalysis,behavioral]
  • Martin A. Kozloff.
  • Reaching the Autistic Child: A Parent Training Program (Cambridge, Ma.: Brookline Books, 1973). Also Research Press, 1973, Brookline. An introduction to behavioral methods. [autism,behavioral,treatment,parent]
  • Martin A. Kozloff.
  • Reaching the Autistic Child: A Parent Training Program, Second Edition (Brookline Books, 1998). ISBN: 1571290567 (paperback, 304 pages 105,491). [autism,parent,behavioral,treatment]
  • Dirk W. Kraijer.
  • Autism and Autistic-like Conditions in Mental Retardation (Swets & Zeitlinger, 1997). ISBN: 9026514638 (hardcover, 450 pages). [autism,disability,mr]
  • Maurice Haim Krout.
  • Autistic gestures: an experimental study in symbolic movement (Princeton, N.J.: Psychological review company, 1935). 126 pages. I do not know what this is about. Clearly the book predates the concept of “Infantile Autism” from which our current classification “autism” is derived, thus refers to the previously-existing meaning of the word. [autism]
  • David A. Krug, Joel R. Arick & Patricia J. Almond.
  • Autism screening instrument for educational planning, 2nd edition (Western Psychological Services, 1993). Also, Pro-Ed. Kit includes book, forms, and testing toys. ISBN: 9994088289 (paperback, 89 pages). [autism,se]
  • David A. Krug, Joel Arick & Patrician Almond.
  • Autism screening instrument for educational planning (Western Psychological Services, 1978). [autism,se]
  • David A. Krug & et al.
  • Autistic & severely handicapped in the classroom: assessment, behavior management, and communication training (Portland, Or.: ASIEP Education Co., 1980). 106 pages. Also Pro-Ed, Austin Texas, 108 pages. Includes bibliography. [autism,se]
  • Joanny Kruk-Lasockiej.
  • Z problematyki autyzmu (Wroclaw: Wydawn. Uniwersytetu Wroclawskiego, 1994). 109 pages. ISBN: 8322910460 . [autism,se,polish]
  • Isaac Newton Kugelmass.
  • The Autistic Child (Charles C. Thomas Pub Ltd, 1970). or 1974? ISBN: 0398010595 . [autism]
  • Martin L. Kutscher.
  • Kids in the Syndrome Mix of ADHD, LD, Asperger’s, Tourette’s, Bipolar And More!: The One Stop Guide For Parents, Teachers, And Other Professionals (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843108100 (hardcover, 240 pages). [autism,aspergers,disability,parent,se]
  • Kathy Labosh.
  • The Child with Autism at Home: The Home Life Guide (Labosh Pub, 2004). http://www.laboshpublishing.com/ ISBN: 0974434124 (paperback, 61 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Kathy Labosh.
  • The Child with Autism Goes on Vacation: The Go Everywhere Guide (Labosh Pub). http://www.laboshpublishing.com/ [autism,parent]
  • Kathy Labosh.
  • The Child With Autism Goes to Florida: Theme Park and Resort Guide (Labosh Pub, 2005). http://www.laboshpublishing.com/ ISBN: 0974434132 (paperback).
  • Kathy Labosh.
  • The Child with Autism Goes to Town: The Go Anywhere Guide (Labosh Pub, 2004). http://www.laboshpublishing.com/ ISBN: 0974434116 (paperback, 48 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Kathy Labosh.
  • The Child with Autism Learns the Faith: The Sunday School Guide (Labosh Pub). http://www.laboshpublishing.com/ [autism,parent]
  • Phyllis Haywood Lambert.
  • Turning Every Stone: Autism with love – A Mother’s Journal (Whispering Pines, NC: Scots Plaid Press, 1990). Part of the series Scots Plaid Press non-fiction. ISBN: 096247374X (paperback, 81 pages). [autism,account]
  • Dara Lane.
  • Small Miracles Day by Day: A Guide for Parents of Individuals with Low Functioning Autism (Virtualbookworm.com, 2003). ISBN: 1589394488 (paperback, 132 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Harlan L. Lane.
  • The Wild Boy of Aveyron (London: Paladin Books, Granada Publishing, 1979). Extensively quotes Itard’s book on the same subject. ISBN: 0674953002 (paperback, Harvard U Press, 1979). [autism]
  • Harlan L. Lane & Richard Pillard.
  • The Wild Boy of Burundi: a study of an outcast child (New York: Random House, 1978). 188 pages. Researchers go off to Burundi to investigate reports of a feral child supposedly raised by monkeys, discover the child is autistic instead, and promptly lose interest. ISBN: 0394412524 . [autism]
  • Amy L. Lansky.
  • Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy (R.L.Ranch Press, 2003). ISBN: 0972751408 (paperback, 320 pages). [autism,account]
  • Mary Lapos.
  • A Foot in Both Worlds (1996). $5.00. Privately printed. [autism,fc]
  • Sue Larkey.
  • Making it a Success: Practical Strategies and Worksheets for Teaching Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843102048 (paperback, 120 pages). [autism,se]
  • Sue Larkey.
  • Practical Sensory Programmes: For Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007). ISBN: 1843104792 (paperback, 112 pages). [autism,si]
  • Barbara LaSalle.
  • Finding Ben: A Mother’s Journey Through the Maze of Asperger’s (McGraw-Hill, 2003). ISBN: 007140225X (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 0071431942 (paperback, 304 pages, McGraw-Hill, 2004). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • K. R. Lauries, ed..
  • Directory of Programs Serving Children and Adults with Autism, 5th ed. (Washington, D.C.: The Autism Society of America, 1985). [autism,adult]
  • G. W. LaVigna & Anne M. Donnellan, ed.
  • Educating persons with autism (California Department of Health/Telecommunications service, 1977). [autism,se]
  • Robert E. O’Neill, Robert H. Horner, Richard W. Albin, Keith Storey & Jeffrey R. Sprague.
  • Functional Analysis of Problem Behavior: A Practical Assessment Guide (Sycamore, IL.: Sycamore Publishing Company, 1990). ISBN: 0962523321 (paperback). [disability]
  • L. Olsen, S. Gurry, A. Larkin & M. Mcsheehan.
  • A Training Guide to Facilitated Communication Use; implications for use with adults in community settings (Cambridge, MA.: Lesley College, 1992). 32 pages. [fc]
  • Nathan E. Ory.
  • Working with People with Challenging Behavior: A guide for caregivers and educators. ISBN: 0968456502 (spiral-bound, 268 pages, CBAC, 1995). [disability]
  • Bruce F. Pennington.
  • Diagnosing Learning Disorders: A Neuropsychological Framework (The Guilford Press, 1991). ISBN: 0898625637 (hardcover, 224 pages.). [disability,se]
  • Robert Perske & Martha Perske, illustrator.
  • Circles of Friends: People With Disabilities and Their Friends Enrich the Lives of One Another (Abingdon Press, 1988). ISBN: 0687083907 (paperback, 94 pages). [disability]
  • William H. Philpott & Dwight K. Kalita.
  • Brain Allergies: The Psychonutrient and Magnetic Connections, 2nd edition (McGraw Hill, 2000). ISBN: 0658003984 (paperback, 256 pages). [allergy,medical]
  • William H. Philpott & Dwight K. Kalita, photographer.
  • Brain Allergies: The Psycho-Nutrient Connection (Keats Pub, 1980). Replaced by 2nd edition with different subtitle. ISBN: 087983224X (hardcover, 229 pages); ISBN: 0879834269 (paperback, 235 pages, 1987). [allergy,medical]
  • Benjamin Polis.
  • Only a Mother Could Love Him: Attention Deficit Disorder (Hats Off Books, 2002). The author, who has ADD, writes about his own experience. ISBN: 1587360950 (paperback, 180 pages); ISBN: 1740081692 (paperback, 167 pages, Add Help Guide, 2003). [disability,account]
  • Thomas H. Powell & Peggy Ahrenhold Gallagher.
  • Brothers and Sisters: A Special Part of Exceptional Families (Baltimore, Maryland: Paul H. Brookes, 1993). ISBN: 1557661103 (paperback, 291 pages, 2nd edition). [disability]
  • Sally Ramsey.
  • The Cheerful Chemist’s No Casein, No Gluten, Sugar Optional Cookbook. paperback, 51 pages.
  • Judith Rapoport.
  • The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Washing: The Experience and Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (Plume, 1991). ISBN: 0452263654 (paperback, 272 pages); ISBN: 0451172027 (paperback, New American Library, 1997). [disability]
  • Doris Rapp.
  • Is This Your Child’s World? How You Can Fix the Schools and Homes That Are Making Your Children Sick. (Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1996). 635 pages. http://www.drrapp.com/products.html ISBN: 0553105132 ; ISBN: 1880509059 ; ISBN: 0553378678 (paperback, 656 pages, 1997). [disability,allergy]
  • Doris Rapp.
  • Is This Your Child? Discovering and treating unrecognized allergies (New York: William Morrow, 1991). Discusses behavior attributed to allergies. http://www.drrapp.com/products.html ISBN: 0688086233 ; ISBN: 0688119077 (paperback, 626 pages). [disability,allergy]
  • Mark A. Reinecke, editor, Frank M. Dattilio, editor & Arthur Freeman, editor.
  • Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents: A Casebook for Clinical Practice. See 2nd edition. ISBN: 1572300221 (hardcover, 416 pages, Guilford Press, 1996).
  • Mark A. Reinecke, editor, Frank M. Dattilio, editor & Arthur Freeman, editor.
  • Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents: A Casebook for Clinical Practice, 2nd edition (Guilford Press, 2003). ISBN: 1572308532 (hardcover, 475 pages).
  • Russel J. Reiter & Jo Robinson.
  • Melatonin: Your Body’s Natural Wonder Drug (Bantam, 1996). ISBN: 0553574841 (paperback)Wendy Lawson.
  • Build Your Own Life: A Self-Help Guide for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843101149 (paperback, 176 pages).
  • Wendy Lawson.
  • Life Behind Glass: A Personal Account of Autism Spectrum Disorder (Southern Cross University Press, 1998). A first-person account of AS. The author was diagnosed to have an autism-spectrum disorder after she became an adult. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/law_lif.html ISBN: 1875855319 ; ISBN: 1853029114 (paperback, 128 pages, Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2000). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Wendy Lawson.
  • Sex, Sexuality And The Autism Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843102846 (paperback, 175 pages). [autism,adult]
  • Wendy Lawson.
  • Understanding and Working With the Spectrum of Autism: An Insider’s View (London: Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). The author was diagnosed to have an autism-spectrum disorder after she became an adult. She also wrote her own account in Life Behind Glass. ISBN: 1853029718 (paperback, 276 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Thomas L. Layton, ed.
  • Language and treatment of autistic and developmentally disordered children (Springfield, Ill.: Thomas, 1987). 303 pages. ISBN: 0398053081 . [autism,treatment]
  • Ron Leaf, ed & John McEachin, ed.
  • A Work in Progress: Behavioral Management Strategies and a Curriculum for Intensive Behavioral Treatment of Autism (New York: Different Roads to Learning, 1999). ISBN: 0966526600 (paperback, 390 pages). [autism,treatment,behavioral]
  • Norm Ledgin.
  • Asperger’s and Self-Esteem: Insight and Hope through Famous Role Models (Future Horizons, 2002). ISBN: 1885477856 (hardcover, 208 pages). [autism,account]
  • Norm Ledgin.
  • Diagnosing Jefferson (Future Horizons, 2000). http://www.diagnosingjefferson.com/ ISBN: 1885477600 (hardcover, 254 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Rosine Lefort & Robert Lefort.
  • Birth of the Other (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994). 357 pages. Marc Du Ry, Lindsay Watson, and Leonardo Rodriguez translators. Original title: Naissance de l’autre. ISBN: 0252019008 (hardcover, 1994); ISBN: 0252063937 (paperback, 1994). [autism,account,psychoanalysis]
  • Brenda Legge.
  • Can’t Eat, Won’t Eat: Dietary Difficulties and Autistic Spectrum Disorders (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2001). ISBN: 1853029742 (paperback, 208 pages). [autism]
  • Jill Fain Lehman, Rebecca Klaw & Gavin Peebles.
  • From Goals to Data and Back Again: Adding Backbone to Developmental Intervention for Children With Autism (King Features Syndicate, 2003). Includes CD-ROM ISBN: 1843107538 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Leicester City Council & Leicester County Council.
  • Asperger Syndrome – Practical Strategies for the Classroom: A Teacher’s Guide (National Autistic Society, 1998). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280014 (paperback, 52 pages). [autism,se]
  • Leicester County Council & Fosse Health Trust.
  • Autism: How to Help Your Young Child (1998). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280650 (paperback, 56 pages); ISBN: 1931282102 (paperback, 56 pages, Autism Asperger Publishing, 2002).
  • G. Lelord & D. Sauvage.
  • L’autismo infantile (Milano: Masson, 1994). [autism,italian]
  • Reinhart Lempp.
  • Vom Verlust der Fahigkeit, sich selbst zu betrachten : eine entwicklungspsychologische Erklarung der Schizophrenie und des Autismus (Bern: H. Huber, 1992). 138 pages. ISBN: 3456821247 . [autism,german]
  • Ken Lenchitz.
  • Autism and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Ending Autistic Fixation (Charles C Thomas Pub, 2001). ISBN: 0398070962 (hardcover); ISBN: 0398070970 (paperback).
  • Kirby Lentz.
  • Hopes and Dreams: An IEP Guide for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2005). ISBN: 1931282668 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,parent,se]
  • Jonathan Lerman.
  • Jonathan Lerman: The Drawings of a Boy with Autism (George Braziller, 2002). ISBN: 0807615137 (hardcover, 112 pages). [autism]
  • Amy L. Lettic.
  • Benhaven then and now (New Haven: Benhaven Press, 1979). 419 pages. [autism,se]
  • Laurie Leventhal-Belfer & Cassandra Coe.
  • Asperger Syndrome in Young Children: A Developmental Approach for Parents and Professionals (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843107481 (paperback, 250 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Karen Levine & Naomi Chedd.
  • Replays: Using Play to Enhance Emotional And Behavioral Development for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007). ISBN: 1843108321 (paperback, 139 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843108320). [autism,se]
  • Boris Mayer Levinson & Lucille Osterweil.
  • Autism: myth or reality? (Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas, 1984). 259 pages. ISBN: 0398049602 . [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Jonathan Levy.
  • What You Can Do Right Now to Help Your Child With Autism (Sourcebooks, Inc, 2007). ISBN: 1402209185 (paperback, 256 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1-4022-0918-5).
  • Stine Levy.
  • Identifying high-functioning children with autism (Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1986). 11 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html
  • Lisa Ackerson Lieberman.
  • A Stranger Among Us: Hiring In-Home Support for a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorders or Other Neurological Differences (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2005). ISBN: 1931282749 (paperback, 218 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Keli Lindelien.
  • Gift from My Son: Autism Redefined (Hampton Roads Publishing, 2004). ISBN: 157174391X (paperback, 169 pages). [autism,account]
  • Juli Liske.
  • In the Eye of the Hurricane (Spiritbuilding Publishing, forthcoming). Due October 1, 2006 http://www.spiritbuilding.com/Liske/liske.html [autism,account,behavioral]
  • Stephanie B. Lockshin, Jennifer M. Gillis & Raymond G. Romanczyk.
  • Helping Your Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Step-By-Step Workbook for Families (New Harbinger Publications, 2005). ISBN: 1572243848 (paperback, 227 pages). [autism,parent,treatment]
  • National Research Council, editor, Catherine Lord, editor & James McGee, editor.
  • Educating Children With Autism (National Academy Press, 2001). ISBN: 0309072697 (hardcover, 300 pages). [autism,se]
  • O. Ivar Lovaas.
  • Behavioral Problems of Autism: Experimental Analysis of Autism (Irvington Pub, 1986). ISBN: 0829007407 . [autism,behavioral]
  • O. Ivar Lovaas.
  • Teaching Individuals With Developmental Delays: Basic Intervention Techniques (Austin, Tex: Pro ed, 2002). ISBN: 0890798893 (paperback, 429 pages).
  • Ole Ivar Lovaas.
  • The autistic child: Language development through behavior modification (New York: Irvington Publishers, Inc., 1977). 246 pages. ISBN: 0470150653 ; ISBN: 9996508846 ; ISBN: 0829002537 . [autism]
  • Ole Ivar Lovaas, ed.
  • Behavioral Research on Autism: Behavior Problems (Irvington, 1984). ISBN: 0829007415 . [autism,behavioral,treatment]
  • Ole Ivar Lovaas.
  • Teaching Developmentally Disabled Children: The Me Book (Austin, Texas: Pro-Ed, 1981). Available from publisher at 8700 Shoal Creek Blvd, Austin, Texas 78757, 1-512-451-3246. Describes a home-based program for behavior modification therapy. This book is highly recommended by practitioners of the Lovaas method. As of 5/96, I heard that a revision is in the works. http://www.proedinc.com/store/1213.html ISBN: 0936104783 (paperback, 250 pages, University Park Press, 1981).
  • Ole Ivar Lovaas.
  • Teaching Developmentally Disabled Children: the Me Book, 2nd ed. As of 1996, it is said to be in the works. As of 1/1997, the news is that it is not yet close to being published. Perhaps became 2002’s Teaching Individuals…. [autism,behavioral,treatment]
  • Deirdre V. Lovecky.
  • Different Minds: Gifted Children With AD/HD, Asperger Syndrome, and other Learning Deficits (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1853029645 (paperback, 528 pages).
  • Ann Lovell.
  • In A Summer Garment: The Experience of an Autistic Child (London: Secker and Warburg, 1978). Also Lion, 1985. This is a newer title of Simple Simon: the story of an autistic boy. The story of how Mrs Lovell brought up her son, Simon, who is autistic, during the sixties, in South England. Before he went to a National Autistic Society school, she taught him using a variety of methods – Doman’s strategy for reading/leaning words (with large flash cards), music, horse riding etc., many of which anticipated some of today’s educational practices for handicapped children. ISBN: 0436260557 .
  • Ann Lovell.
  • Simple Simon: The Story of an Autistic Boy (1978). Earlier title of In a Summer Garment: The Experience of an Autistic Child. ISBN: 0867604131 (Lion Publishing Corp, 1983). [autism,account]
  • Herbert Lovett.
  • Learning to Listen: Positive approaches to people with difficult behavior (Paul H. Brookes, 1996). Someone said it is about Gentle Teaching methods. http://www.pbrookes.com/catalog/books/lovett-1642/index.htm http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/lov_lea.html ISBN: 1557661642 (paperback, 269 pages); ISBN: 1853023744 (paperback, 224 pages, Jessica Kingsley, 1996). [autism,disability]
  • Juanita P. Lovett.
  • Solutions for Adults with Asperger Syndrome: Minimizing the Drawbacks to Achieve Success (Fair Winds Press, 2005). ISBN: 1592331645 (hardcover, 288 pages). [autism,aspergers,adult]
  • Jax Peters Lowell.
  • Against the Grain: The Slightly Eccentric Guide to Living Well Without Gluten or Wheat (Henry Holt, 1995). Revised as The Gluten-Free Bible. ISBN: 0805036245 (hardcover, 291 pages); ISBN: 0805036253 (paperback, Henry Holt, 1996). [autism,allergy]
  • Stephen C. Luce & Walter P. Christian.
  • How to reduce autistic and severely maladaptive behaviors (H & H Enterprises, 1981). Part of the series Teaching the Autistic. Also Pro-Ed. ISBN: 0890790531 (paperback, 37 pages). [autism]
  • James K. Luiselli, ed & Michael J. Cameron, ed.
  • Antecedent Control: Innovative Approaches to Behavioral Support (Paul H. Brookes, 1998). ISBN: 1557663343 (paperback). [autism,disability,behavioral]
  • Vicki Lundine & Catherine Smith.
  • Career Training and Personal Planning for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006). ISBN: 1843104407 (paperback, 192 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843104407). [autism,aspergers,adult,adolescent]
  • Judy Lynne.
  • Autism: Heartfelt Thoughts from Mothers (Autism Enhancement Publications, 2005). http://www.autismthoughts.com ISBN: 1883175089 (214 pages). [autism,account]
  • Viktoria Lyons & Michael Fitzgerald.
  • Asperger Syndrome: A Gift or a Curse? (Nova Science Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1594543879 (hardcover). [autism,aspergers]
  • James D. MacDonald.
  • Communicating Partners: 30 Years of Building Responsive Relationships with Late-Talking Children including Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome (ASD), Down Syndrome, and Typical Development (Jessica Kingsley, 2004). Part of the series Development Guides for Professionals and Parents. ISBN: 1843107589 (paperback, 336 pages). [autism,aspergers,disability]
  • Christy L. Magnusen Teaching Children With Autism and Related Spectrum Disorders: An Art and a Science (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843107473 (paperback, 160 pages, 10/15/2005).
  • Kerstin Magnusson Autism hos barn (Stockholm: Natur och kultur, 1975).
  • Daniel Marcelli Position autistique in naissance de la psyche (Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1986). 194 pages. I also saw the date as 1995. [autism,psychoanalysis,french]
  • Stephanie Marohn.The Natural Medicine Guide to Autism (Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2002). Part of the series The Healthy Mind Guides. ISBN: 1571742883 (paperback, 192 pages).
  • Earle P. Martin, Jr..Dear Charlie – A Grandfather’s Love Letter to his Grandson with Autism (Future Horizons, 2000). ISBN: 1885477619 (paperback, 156 pages). [autism,family]
  • Russell Martin. Out of Silence: a Journey into Language (New York: Henry Holt, 1994). The author attributes his nephew’s autism to pertussis inoculation, describes the physiology of language development and details how the child learned to communicate through facilitated communication. Also called Out of Silence: An Autistic Boy’s Journey into Language and Communication ISBN: 112161826X (Henry Holt); ISBN: 0805019987 ; ISBN: 0140247017 (Penguin Books, 1995).
  • Judith Martinovich. Creative Expressive Activities And Asperger’s Syndrome: Social And Emotional Skills And Positive Life Goals for Adolescents And Young Adults (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843108127 (paperback, 256 pages, due 10/15/2005).
  • Johnny L. Matson, ed.
  • Autism in children and adults: etiology, assessment, and intervention (Pacific Grove, California: Brooks/Cole, 1994). Includes history of the field by Bernard Rimland. ISBN: 0534238262 (hardcover, 288 pages); ISBN: 0962523372 .
  • Johnny L. Matson, ed.
  • Chronic Schizophrenia and Adult Autism: Issues in Diagnosis, Assessment, and Psychological Treatment (New York: Springer, 1989). 342 pages. ISBN: 0826160204 . [autism,adult]
  • Joan Lord Matthews & James Williams.
  • The Self-Help Guide for Special Kids and their Parents (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2000). James Williams is the autistic son of Joan Matthews. The book includes approaches they worked out to his challenges. http://www.jkp/com/catalogue/autism/mat_sel.html ISBN: 1853029149 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism]
  • Pat Matthews.
  • A Miracle in the Making. Written on behalf of the Irish Society for Autism and the International Association Autism-Europe. [autism]
  • Catherine Maurice.
  • Let Me Hear Your Voice: A Family’s Triumph over Autism (New York: Fawcett Columbia, 1993). Also Knopf. Mother’s account of using the Lovaas’s Behavior Modification method with her children. Also has comments on Holding Therapy. Includes a good description of the grieving process parents go through. This has also been highly recommended as a good book for a parent who is depressed over having an autistic child. ISBN: 0679408630 (hardcover, 371 pages, Knopf, 1993); ISBN: 0449906647 (paperback, 371 pages, 1994). [autism,account,behavioral,holding,treatment]
  • Catherine Maurice, editor, Gina Green, editor & Richard Foxx, editor.
  • Making a Difference: Behavioral Intervention for Autism (Pro Ed, 2001). ISBN: 0890798710 (paperback). [autism,behavioral]
  • Catherine Maurice, editor, Gina Green, editor & Stephen Luce, editor.
  • Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism: A manual for parents and professionals (Austin: Pro-Ed, 1996). 24 contributors. Primary compiler is Catherine Maurice, who wrote the very popular account, Let Me Hear Your Voice. http://www.proedinc.com/store/7816.html ISBN: 0890796831 (paperback, 400 pages). [autism,behavioral,treatment]
  • L. Mawhood & P. Howlin.
  • A supported employment scheme for able adults with autism or Asperger syndrome (National Autistic Society, 1997). ISBN: 1899280553 (paperback, 39 pages). [autism,adult]
  • Jacques M. May.
  • A Physician Looks at Psychiatry (New York: The John Day Company, 1958). Hardcover, 189 pages. I’ve heard it was the first account of autistic children (twin sons) by a parent. http://www.autismwebsite.com/ari/pubs.html [autism,account]
  • Gary Mayerson.
  • How To Compromise With Your School District Without Compromising Your Child: A Field Guide For Getting Effective Services For Children With Special Needs (DRI Books, 2004). ISBN: 0966526686 (paperback). [autism,se,parent]
  • Jeanette McAfee.
  • Navigating the Social World: A Curriculum for Individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome, High Functioning Autism and Related Disorders (Future Horizons, 2001). ISBN: 1885477821 (spiral-bound, 354 pages). [aspergers,autism,social]
  • Patrick McCabe, Estelle McCabe & Jared McCabe.
  • Living and Loving with Asperger Syndrome: Family Viewpoints (London: Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843107449 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Jaquelyn McCandless.
  • Children With Starving Brains: A Medical Treatment Guide for Autism Spectrum Disorder, 2nd Edition (Bramble, 2003). http://www.autism-rxguidebook.com ISBN: 188364710X (paperback, 294 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Jaquelyn McCandless.
  • Children with Starving Brains: A Medical Treatment Guide for Autism Spectrum Disorders (Bramble, 2002). See second edition. ISBN: 1883647096 (paperback, 262 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Jenny McCarthy.
  • Louder Than Words: A Mother’s Journey in Healing Autism (Dutton Adult, 2007). By the actress. ISBN: 0525950117 (hardcover, 224 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0525950110). [autism,account]
  • Jenny McCarthy.
  • Mother Warriors: A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against All Odds (Dutton Adult, 2008). ISBN: 0525950699 (hardcover, 248 pages). [autism]
  • Lynn E. McClannahan & Patricia J. Krantz.
  • Activity Schedules for Children with Autism: Teaching Independent Behavior (Woodbine House, 1999). Part of the series Topics in Autism. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/ascwa.html Explains a system whereby a child is introduced to a schedule, initially requiring guidance, but eventually learning to use unstructured time. Reprinted January 2003. ISBN: 093314993X (paperback, 120 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Lynn E. McClannahan & Patricia J. Krantz.
  • Teaching Conversation to Children with Autism: Scripts and Script Fading (Woodbine House, forthcoming). ISBN: 1890627321 (hardcover, 156 pages, due 11/30/2005).
  • Kathleen McConnell & Gail Ryser.
  • Early Start for Young Children With Autism/pdd: Practical Interventions (Pro-Ed, forthcoming). ISBN: 1416401415 (paperback, due 11/30/2005). [autism,treatment]
  • Kathleen McConnell & Gail Ryser.
  • Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders (Pro Ed, 2000). ISBN: 0890798583 . [autism,se]
  • M. McCracken.
  • A Circle of Children: A Teacher’s Dedication and Love (Lippincott, 1973).
  • Jane Taylor McDonnell & Paul McDonnell.
  • News From The Border: A Mother’s Memoir of Her Autistic Son (New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1993). 376 pages. About Paul McDonnell, a high-functioning autistic person, who wrote an afterword. Reader: intelligent and sensitive account. Note: 0939394040 is an invalid ISBN that was used by Amazon for the book. I no longer find reference to that number, but believe the book had a 1993 and a 1997 edition, but cannot find a second valid ISBN. ISBN: 0395605741 (hardcover, 376 pages); ISBN: 0939394040 (paperback, Jane McDonnell 1997).
  • Jason J-Mac McElwain & Daniel Paisner.
  • The Game of My Life: A True Story Of Challenge, Triumph, and Growing Up Autistic (NAL Hardcover, 2008). Jason McElwain, who is autistic, played in a high school basketball game in which he gave an astonishing performance. ISBN: 0451223012 (hardcover, 256 pages).
  • Kate McGinnity & Nan Negri.
  • Walk Awhile in My Autism (Cambridge Book Review Press, 2005). Exercises for neurotypical students to gain insight into the experience of their ASD peers. ISBN: 0966037642 (paperback, 160 pages). [autism]
  • Thomas A. McKean.
  • Light on the Horizon: A Deeper View from Inside the Autism Puzzle (Future Horizons, 1996). Sequel to Soon Will Come the Light. ISBN: 1885477260 (paperback, 95 pages). [autism,account]
  • Thomas A. McKean.
  • Soon Will Come The Light: A View From Inside the Autism Puzzle (Arlington, Texas: Future Education a.k.a. Future Horizons, 1994). Thomas McKean has autism and is a contributor to the AUTISM e-mail mailing list. AUTISM mailing list reader: he explains a lot of stuff we question every day on this list. ISBN: 9994393324 (paperback); ISBN: 1885477112 (paperback, 155 pages).
  • T. McKernan & J. Mortlock.
  • Autism Focus (Outset, 1995). ISBN: 1872889808 (paperback, 102 pages). [autism]
  • Kelly McKinnon & Janis M. Krempa.
  • Social Skills Solutions: a Hands-on Manual for Teaching Social Skills to Children With Autism (DRI Books, 2005). ISBN: 0966526694 (paperback, 211 pages). [autism,social]
  • Sandra McPherson.
  • The Spaces Between Birds: Mother/Daughter Poems, 1967-1995 (Wesleyan University Press, 1996). Part of the series Wesleyan Poetry. Poems about author’s relationship with her daughter, who has Asperger’s. ISBN: 0819522279 (hardcover); ISBN: 0819522287 (paperback). [autism,poetry]
  • Kathy Medina.
  • Finding God in Autism: A Forty Day Devotional for Parents of Autistic Children (Tate Publishing & Enterprises, 2006). ISBN: 1598865633 (ISBN-13: 978-1598865639). [autism,parent]
  • Desmond Meldrum.
  • The Asperger Experience (1999). The author has Asperger Syndrome http://www.asperger-syndrome.com/ [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Desmond Meldrum.
  • Coping with Asperger Syndrome (1997). The author has Asperger Syndrome http://www.asperger-syndrome.com/ [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Desmond Meldrum.
  • Growing up with Asperger Syndrome (1994). The author has Asperger Syndrome http://www.asperger-syndrome.com/ [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Donald Meltzer.
  • Explorations in Autism: A Psycho-Analytical Study (Strath Tay: Clunie Press, 1975). ISBN: 0902965034 (paperback, 250 pages, Kamac Books, 2000). [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Bryce Merlin.
  • Notes from Ohio (Lucky Press, 2005). I’ve seen this mentioned with autistic books but have not confirmed that it is about autism. The Amazon book description says the author is hearing impaired. In any case, it looks to provide an interesting look at the thoughts of a man suffering from a disability. ISBN: 0976057638 (paperback, 64 pages). [autism,account]
  • Gretchen Mertz.
  • Help For The Child With Asperger’s Syndrome: A Parent’s Guide To Negotiating The Social Service Maze (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843107805 (paperback, 238 pages). [autism,aspergers,parent]
  • Gary B. Mesibov, Lynn W. Adams & Laura G. Klinger.
  • Autism: Understanding the Disorder (Plenum Pub Corp, 1997). Part of the series Clinical Child Psychology Library. ISBN: 0306455471 (paperback, 118 pages); ISBN: 0306455463 (hardcover, 124 pages).
  • Gary B. Mesibov, Eric Schopler, Bruce Schaffer & Rhonda Landrus.
  • Adolescent and Adult Psychoeducational Profile (AAPEP): Volume IV (1988). Part of the series Individualized Assessment and Treatment for Autistic and Developmentally Disabled Children. Fourth of four volumes that contain the theoretical and application guidelines of TEACCH. Available from Pro-ed & NC bookstore. ISBN: 089079152X (spiral bound, 1989). [autism,treatment,teacch]
  • Gary B. Mesibov, Victoria Shea & Eric Schopler.
  • The TEACCH Approach to Autism Spectrum Disorders (Plenum US, 2004). ISBN: 0306486466 . [autism,treatment,teacch]
  • Gary Mesibov & Marie Howley.
  • Accessing the Curriculum for Pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Using the TEACCH Programme to Help Inclusion (David Fulton, 2003). ISBN: 1853467952 (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,se,teacch]
  • Donald J. Meyer, ed.
  • Uncommon Fathers: Reflections on Raising a Child with a Disability (Woodbine House, 1995). http://www.woodbinehouse.com/uf.html ISBN: 0933149689 (paperback, 206 pages). [autism,account,disability]
  • Naomi Meyer.
  • The Journey with Joshua: Educating My Autistic Child (Lakewood, NJ: Bristol, Rhein & Englander, 1994). 316 pages. Written under pseudonym. ISBN: 1560622563 (hardcover, 250 pages, CIS Communications). [autism,account]
  • Roger N. Meyer.
  • Asperger Employment Employment Workbook: An Employment Workbook for Adults with Asperger Syndrome (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). I’ve also seen the title: Asperger Employment Guide: A Workbook for Individuals on the Autistic Spectrum, Their Families and Helping Professionals ISBN: 1853027960 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism,aspergers,adult,adolescent]
  • K. Meyers & B. Briesman, ed..
  • Children Grow Up: Autism in Adolescents and Adults (Lawrenceville, NJ: COSAC Press, 1986). [autism,adult,adolescent]
  • Gerald Mialaret.
  • Dancing with Dragons: An Entire Family’s Insights into a Disability (Future Horizons, 1996). Also Dancing with Dragons: A “Family” Challenges Autism ISBN: 1885477309 (paperback). [autism,account]
  • Michigan Society for Autistic Children.
  • How They Grow. A handbook for parents of young children with autism. Probably the same as the ASA book of 1990. [autism,parent]
  • David Miedzianik.
  • My Autobiography (University of Nottingham Child Development Research Unit, 1986). US Publication: 1993 by Autism Society of NC. David Miedzianik is autistic. http://home1.gte.net/hcross/ [autism,account]
  • David Miedzianik.
  • Now All I’ve Got Left Is Myself http://home1.gte.net/hcross/ [autism,poetry]
  • David Miedzianik.
  • Taking the Load off my Mind http://home1.gte.net/hcross/ [autism,poetry]
  • Alice Miller.
  • Breaking Down the Wall of Silence: The liberating experience of facing painful truth (Plume, 1997). Revised edition. Makes a mention of autism, but I think it is mostly about child abuse. ISBN: 0452011736 (paperback, 187 pages). [autism,account,psychoanalysis]
  • Arnold Miller & Eileen Eller-Miller.
  • From Ritual to Repertoire: A Cognitive Developmental Systems Approach With Behavior Disordered Children (John Wiley & Sons, 1989). Part of the series Wiley Series on Personality Process. Cognitive Development approach. Available from Imaginart Communication Products. ISBN: 0471848972 (paperback, 544 pages). [autism,se,disability]
  • Jean Kearns Miller.
  • Women from Another Planet: Our Lives in the Universe of Autism (1stBooks Library, 2003). ISBN: 1410734315 (paperback, 292 pages). [autism,account]
  • Neil Z. Miller.
  • Vaccines, Autism and Childhood Disorders: Crucial Data That Could Save Your Child’s Life (New Atlantean Press, 2003). ISBN: 1881217329 (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,vaccine]
  • Paul S. Miller.
  • Autism Ecological: Issues in intervention (Aspen, 1988). ISBN: 0871899329 (hardcover). [autism]
  • Heather Miller-Kuhaneck, editor.
  • Autism: A Comprehensive Occupational Therapy Approach (American Occupational Therapy Association, 2001). ISBN: 156900109X (paperback, 339 pages); ISBN: 0761649409 (paperback, Psychological Corp, 2004). [autism,ot,treatment]
  • Heather Miller-Kuhaneck, editor.
  • Autism: A Comprehensive Occupational Therapy Approach, 2nd Edition (American Occupational Therapy Association, 2004). ISBN: 156900191X (paperback, 428 pages). [autism,ot,treatment]
  • Minneapolis Children’s Medical Center.
  • Autism…A Family Affair (Fraser Child and Family Center, 1985). ISBN: 9999532365 . [autism]
  • Peter Mitchell.
  • Introduction to theory of mind: children, autism, and apes (London: Arnold, 1997). 196 pages. Also New York, distributed by St. Margin’s Press. ISBN: 0340624973 (paperback, 1996); ISBN: 0340645903 (hardcover, 1996). [autism]
  • Dennis E. Mithaug.
  • How to Teach Prevocational Skills to Severely Handicapped Persons (Pro-Ed, 1981). Part of the series Teaching the Autistic. Or How to Teach Prevocational Skills to Severely Handicapped Children ISBN: 0890790566 (paperback, 62 pages, H & H Enterprises). [autism,se]
  • Theodore Mitrani, ed., Judith L. Mitrani, ed. & Frances Tustin.
  • Encounters With Autistic States: A Memorial Tribute to Frances Tustin (Jason Aronson Inc., 1997). Collection of papers. ISBN: 0765700662 (hardcover). [autism]
  • Peter J. Mittler, editor.
  • Aspects of Autism: some approaches to childhood psychoses (London: British Psychological Society, 1968). 89 pages, “Proceedings of a conference on childhood psychoses … held at the Institute for Social Work Training, London, on October 21st, 1967.” [autism,proceedings]
  • Steven O. Moldin.
  • Neurobiology Of Autism In The Post-genomic Era (CRC Press, forthcoming). ISBN: 0849327326 (hardcover, due 10/15/2005). [autism,medical]
  • Harvey Molloy & Latika Vasil.
  • Asperger Syndrome, Adolescence, and Identity: Looking Beyond the Label (Jessica Kingsley, 2004). ISBN: 1843101262 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,aspergers,adolescent]
  • Julia Moor.
  • Playing, Laughing and Learning with Children on the Autism Spectrum: A Practical Resource of Play Ideas for Parents and Carers (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2002). See 2nd edition. ISBN: 1843100606 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism,parent,se]
  • Julia Moor.
  • Playing, Laughing and Learning with Children on the Autism Spectrum: A Practical Resource of Play Ideas for Parents and Carers, 2nd edition (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2008). ISBN: 1843106086 (paperback, 304 pages). [autism,parent,se]
  • Susan Thompson Moore.
  • Asperger Syndrome and the Elementary School Experience: Practical Solutions for Academic & Social Difficulties (Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2002). Part of the series Practical Solutions Series. ISBN: 1931282137 (paperback, 195 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Susan Moreno.
  • High Functioning Individuals with Autism: Advice and information for parents and others who care (Crown Point, Indiana: MAAP Services, 1991). Advice and information for parents, etc. [autism,aspergers]
  • Hugh Morgan, ed.
  • Adults with Autism: a Guide to Theory and Practice (New York: Cambridge, 1996). ISBN: 0521450705 (hardcover); ISBN: 0521456835 (paperback, 290 pages). [autism,adult]
  • Sam B. Morgan.
  • The Unreachable Child: an introduction to early childhood autism (Memphis: Memphis State University Press, 1981). 197 pages; aimed at both parents and professionals. ISBN: 0878702016 ; ISBN: 0878702024 . [autism,intro]
  • Lurline Morphett.
  • Face to face (Adelaide: Education Department of South Australia, 1986). 184 pages. ISBN: 0724389806 . [autism,account]
  • Hannah Mortimer, Fiona Hover & Andy Ogden.
  • Activities for Including Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Scholastic, 2005). Part of the series Special Needs in the Primary Years. ISBN: 0439971888 (paperback, 96 pages). [autism,se]
  • Alison Morton-Cooper.
  • Health Care and the Autism Spectrum: A Guide for Health Professionals, Parents and Carers (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1853029637 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism]
  • Rebecca A. Moyes.
  • Addressing the Challenging Behavior of Children with High-Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers and Parents (Jessic Kingsley Pub, 2002). ISBN: 1843107198 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,aspergers,se,parent,behavioral]
  • Rebecca A. Moyes.
  • I Need Help With School! (Future horizons, 2003). ISBN: 1885477988 (paperback, 150 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Rebecca A. Moyes.
  • Incorporating Social Goals in the Classrooms: A Guide for Teachers and Parents with High Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). ISBN: 185302967X (paperback, 176 pages). [autism,aspergers,se,parent]
  • Tito R. Mukhopadhyay.
  • Beyond the Silence: My Life, The World, and Autism (National Autistic Society, 2000). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata3.html ISBN: 1899280316 (paperback, 112 pages). [autism,account]
  • Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay.
  • How Can I Talk If My Lips Don’t Move: Inside My Autistic Mind (Arcade Publishing, 2008). ISBN: 155970859X (hardcover, 238 pages). [autism,account]
  • Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay.
  • The Mind Tree: A Miraculous Child Breaks the Silence of Autism (Arcade Books, 2003). ISBN: 1559706996 (hardcover, 168 pages). [autism,account]
  • Dinah Murray, editor.
  • Coming Out Asperger: Diagnosis, Disclosure And Self-confidence (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843102404 (paperback, 256 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Carolyn Murray-Slutsky & Betty Paris.
  • Exploring the Spectrum of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Intervention Strategies (Therapy Skill Builders, 2000). ISBN: 076165500X (paperback,). [autism,treatment]
  • John E. B. Myers, William R. Jenson & William M. McMahon.
  • Legal and educational issues affecting autistic children (Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas, 1986). 192 pages. ISBN: 0398052506 . [autism,se]
  • Brenda Smith Myles.
  • Children and Youth With Asperger Syndrome: Strategies for Success in Inclusive Settings (Corwin Press, 2005). ISBN: 1412904978 (hardcover, 200 pages); ISBN: 1412904986 (paperback, 200 pages). [autism,aspergers,adolescent,se]
  • Brenda Smith Myles.
  • Simple Strategies That Work! Helpful Hints for All Educators of Students With Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism, and Related Disabilities (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1931282994 (paperback, 40 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1931282994). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Brenda Smith Myles & Diane Adreon.
  • Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence: Practical Solutions for School Success (Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2001). ISBN: 0967251494 (paperback, 227 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Brenda Smith Myles, Katherine Tapscott Cook, Nancy E. Miller, Luann Rinner & Lisa A. Robbins.
  • Asperger Syndrome and Sensory Issues: Practical Solutions for Making Sense of the World (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2000). ISBN: 0967251478 (paperback, 129 pages, 2002). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Brenda Smith Myles & Richard L. Simpson.
  • Asperger Syndrome: A Guide for Educators and Parents (Austin: Pro-Ed, 1998). The authors are from the Autism Resource Center, Kansas, USA. See new edition. ISBN: 0890797277 (paperback). [autism,aspergers,se,parent]
  • Brenda Smith Myles & Richard L. Simpson.
  • Asperger Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Educators, 2nd edition (Pro-Ed, 2003). ISBN: 0890798982 (paperback, 215 pages). [autism,aspergers,se,parent]
  • Brenda Smith Myles & Jack Southwick.
  • Asperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments: Practical Solutions for Tantrums, Rage, and Meltdowns (Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 1999). The same as Asperger Syndrome and Rage. http://www.asperger.net/book1.htm Also sold at Jessica Kingsley Publishers’ website: http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/wil_aut_ins.html See 2nd edition. ISBN: 0967251435 (paperback, 112 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Brenda Smith Myles & Jack Southwick.
  • Asperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments: Practical Solutions for Tantrums, Rage, and Meltdowns, 2nd edition (Shawnee, Kan: Autism Asperger Pub, 2005). ISBN: 1931282706 (paperback, 156 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Brenda Smith Myles & Jack Southwick.
  • Asperger Syndrome and Rage: Practical Techniques for a Difficult Moments (Shawnee Mission, Kansas: Autism/Asperger Publishing Co., 1999). c1999. Republished under new title: Asperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments See above. ISBN: 0967251400 (106 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Majia Holmer Nadesan.
  • Constructing Autism: Unravelling The ‘truth’ And Understanding The Social (Routledge, 2005). ISBN: 0415321808 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0415321816 (paperback, 182 pages, due 12/30/2005). [autism]
  • Devi S. Nambudripad.
  • Say Good-Bye to Allergy-Related Autism (Delta Publishers, 1999). ISBN: 096582425X (paperback, 341 pages). [autism,allergy,treatment]
  • Cathy Nance.
  • Parent-Teacher Communication Notebook http://www.telepath.com/canance/book2/ [autism,parent,se]
  • Krishna Narayanan.
  • Wasted Talent: Musings of an Autistic (Vite Publishing, 2003). ISBN: 0970654138 (hardcover, 124 pages). [autism,account]
  • Hiroshi Naruse & Edward M. Ornitz, ed.
  • Neurobiology of infantile autism: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Neurobiology of Infantile Autism, Tokyo, 10-11 November 1990 (Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica, 1992). Satellite meeting of the joint convention of the 5th International Child Neurology Congress and the 3rd Asian and Oceanian Congress of Child Neurology ISBN: 0444813993 (New York, 403 pages). [autism,proceedings]
  • NAS Autism Helpline.
  • Words Will Really Hurt Me: How to Protect Your Child From Bullying (National Autistic Society, 1999). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280162 (paperback, 12 pages). [autism]
  • Robert A. Naseef.
  • Special Children, Challenged Parents: The Struggles and Rewards of Raising a Child with a Disability (Birch Lane Press, 1997). Author is the father of an autistic boy. (1-800-447-BOOK) ISBN: 1559723777 (hardcover). [autism,disability,account]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Adolescents and Adults with Autism: a collection of papers (The Inge Wakehurst Trust, 1994). [autism,adult,adolescent]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Approaches to Autism (National Autistic Society, 1993). [autism]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Approaches to Autism, 4th edition (National Autistic Society, 2001). ISBN: 1899280561 (paperback, 72 pages). [autism]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • The Autism Handbook (National Autistic Society, 2000). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280243 (paperback, 200 pages). [autism]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Autism: Rights In Reality: How people with autism spectrum disorders and their families are still missing out on their rights (National Autistic Society, 2003). ISBN: 1899280421 (paperback, 36 pages). [autism,activism,advocacy]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • The Autistic Spectrum: A Parent’s Guide (National Autistic Society, 1998). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html [autism,parent]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • The Autistic Spectrum: A Parent’s Guide, revised (National Autistic Society, 2001). ISBN: 1899280081 (paperback, 28 pages). [autism,parent]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Beyond Rain Man: Experiences of and Attitudes Towards Autism (National Autistic Society, 1996). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280456 (paperback, 44 pages). [autism]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Could this be Autism?. Booklet. [autism]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Opening the Door (National Autistic Society, 1999). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 189928026X (paperback, 28 pages). [autism]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Schools Units & Classes For Children With Autism. [autism,se]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Schools, units and classes (National Autistic Society, 1998). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata2.html ISBN: 1899280200 (paperback, 80 pages). [autism,se]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • Timetable for autism (National Autistic Society, 1998). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata2.html ISBN: 189928060X (paperback, 28 pages). [autism,se]
  • National Autistic Society.
  • What next? Moving on from diagnosis (National Autistic Society, 1999). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280138 (paperback, 8 pages). [autism]
  • National Conference on Autism.
  • National Conference on Autism, Rockville, Maryland, April 2-4, 1985 (Hot Springs, Ark.: Arkansas Research and Training Center in Vocational Rehabilitation, 1985). [autism,proceedings]
  • National Initiative for Autism Screening and Assessment.
  • National Autism Plan for Children (NAPC) (National Autistic Society, 2003). ISBN: 1899280855 (paperback, 132 pages). [autism]
  • National Institute of Mental Health.
  • Parents as cotherapists with autistic children (Rockville, Md.: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1978). Part of the series Parent-child program series report. 11 pages. [autism,parent]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • An autistic child in the family: report (London: National Society for Autistic Children, 1974). 15 pages. ISBN: 0902502093 . [autism]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • Autistic children: innocents at risk; a report (London: National Society for Autistic Children, 1968). 10 pages. ISBN: 0902502026 . [autism]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • Children still in chains: 10 years after (London: National Society for Autistic Children, 1972). 8 pages. [autism]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • Facilities available for autistic children: a report (London: National Society for Autistic Children, 1970). 15 pages. ISBN: 0902502050 . [autism]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • Forgotten teenagers: report by the National Society for Autistic Children (London: National Society for Autistic Children, 1969). 10 pages. ISBN: 0902502018 . [autism,adolescent]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • How they grow: a handbook for parents of young children with autism (1981). [autism,parent]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • Misplaced children: a report (London: National Society for Autistic Children, 1969). 11 pages. [autism]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • Nowhere to go: a report on the plight of autistic adolescents (London: National Society for Autistic Children, 1973). 10 pages. ISBN: 0902502077 . [autism,adolescent]
  • National Society for Autistic Children.
  • Three lost years: report (London: National Society for Autistic Children, 1974). 22 pages. ISBN: 0902502085 . [autism]
  • Kamran Nazeer.
  • Send in the Idiots: Growing Up in Another World (Bloomsbury USA, 2006). ISBN: 1582346194 (hardcover, 224 pages, ISBN-13 978-1582346199); ISBN: 1582346208 (paperback, 240 pages, ISBN-13 978-1582346205). [autism,account]
  • John T. Neisworth & Pamela S. Wolf.
  • The Autism Encyclopedia: 500+ Entries for Parents and Professionals (Brookes Publishing Company, 2004). ISBN: 1557667950 (hardcover, 306 pages); ISBN: 1557666717 (paperback, 306 pages); ISBN: 1843103141 (paperback, Gardner Books, 2005, 256 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843103141). [autism]
  • David L. Nelson.
  • Children with Autism and other Pervasive Disorders of Development and Behavior: Therapy Through Activities (Thorofare, NJ: Slack, 1984). 263 pages. ISBN: 0913590959 . [autism,ot]
  • Bobby Newman.
  • When Everybody Cares: Case Studies of ABA with People with Autism (AMAC, 1999). AMAC is the Association in Manhattan for Autistic Children, Inc. ISBN: 0966852818 (paperback, 129 pages, Dove and Orca). [autism,behavioral,account]
  • Bobby Newman, Sarah Birch, Frederica Blausten & Dana Reinecke.
  • Graduated Applied Behavior Analysis (Dove and Orca, 2002). ISBN: 0966852834 (spiral-bound, 180 pages). [autism,behavioral]
  • Bobby Newman, Kenneth F. Reeve, Sharon A. Reeve & Carolyn S. Ryan.
  • Behaviorspeak: A Glossary of Terms in Applied Behavior Analysis (Dove and Orca, 2003). ISBN: 0966852842 (paperback, 152 pages). [autism,behavioral]
  • Bobby Newman, editor, Dana Reinecke, editor & Leo Newman, editor.
  • Words From Those Who Care: Further Case Studies of ABA with People with Autism (Dove and Orca, 2000). ISBN: 0966852826 (paperback, 200 pages). [autism,behavioral,account]
  • Sarah Newman.
  • Small Steps Forward: Using Games and Activities to Help Your Pre-School Child with Special Needs (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/new_sma.html ISBN: 1853026433 (paperback, 272 pages). [autism,preschool,se]
  • Jerry Newport.
  • Your Life is Note a Label: A Guide to Living Fully with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome (Future Horizons, 2001). ISBN: 1885477775 (paperback, 317 pages). [autism,aspergers,adolescent]
  • Jerry Newport & Mary Newport.
  • Autism – Asperger’s and Sexuality: Puberty and Beyond (Future Horizons, 2002). ISBN: 1885477880 (paperback, 205 pages). [autism,aspergers,adolescent]
  • Jerry Newport, Mary Newport & Johnny Dodd.
  • Mozart and the Whale: An Asperger’s Love Story (Touchstone, forthcoming). There was a book projected some time ago which I labeled Newport. ISBN: 074327282X (hardcover, 256 pages, due 6/1/2006). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Jerry Newport, Mary Newport & David Weddle.
  • Newport (HarperCollins). Planned book: I’m not certain of the title. Account of Mary and Jerry’s marriage. They are both autistic. Note: I’m not certain of Mary’s last name. [autism,account]
  • Michael Newton.
  • Savage Girls and Wild Boys: A History of Feral Children (Picador, 2004). Not truly a book about autism, but includes an account of Victor (e.g., Itard’s The Wild Boy of Aveyron), and some such children have been described to have characteristics that suggest autism. ISBN: 0312423357 (paperback, 312 pages). [autism,account]
  • Lila Nielsen.
  • Are You Blind? Promotion of the development of children who are especially developmentally threatened (Copenhagen: SIKON, 1990). On blind/visually impaired children with autistic tendencies. [autism,disability]
  • Elizabeth Nolan.
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Practical Strategies for Teachers and Other Professionals (David Fulton Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843121557 (paperback, 126 pages). [autism,se]
  • Ellen Notbohm.
  • Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew (Future Horizons, 2005). ISBN: 1932565302 (paperback). [autism]
  • Ellen Notbohm.
  • Ten Things Your Student With Autism Wishes You Knew (Future Horizons, 2006). ISBN: 1932565361 (paperback, 150 pages). [autism,se]
  • Novartis Foundation.
  • Autism: Neural Basis and Treatment Possibilities (John Wiley & Sons, 2003). Proceedings from symposium of the same name held at Novartis Foundation, London, June 18-20, 2002. ISBN: 047085099X (hardcover, 310 pages). [autism,proceedings]
  • Marion O’Brien & Julie A. Daggett.
  • Beyond the Autism Diagnosis: A Professional’s Guide to Helping Families (Brookes Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1557667519 (paperback, 347 pages). [autism]
  • Gerald O’Gorman.
  • The Nature of Childhood Autism (London: Butterworths, 1967). 134 pages. Treats autism as withdrawal from reality. ISBN: 0407326014 . [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Jasmine Lee O’Neill.
  • Through the Eyes of Aliens: A Book about Autistic People (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1998). An autistic person’s thoughts on autism. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/one_thr.html ISBN: 1853027103 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,account]
  • Kenzaburo Oe.
  • A Healing Family (Kodansha International, 1996). Distributed by Farrar Strauss Giroux. Kenzaburo Oe is a Nobel Laureate who has written about his disabled son, Hikari Oe. Hikari Oe is autistic, epileptic, and mentally handicapped and his parents were told he would be a “vegetable”; he is severely handicapped but also a talented musical composer. Two CDs of Hikari Oe’s music are available (Denon 78952 and Denon 78053). ISBN: 4770020481 (hardcover, 146 pages); ISBN: 4770027338 (paperback, 208 pages, 2001). [autism,disability,account]
  • Paul A. Offit.
  • Autism’s False Prophets: Bad Science, Risky Medicine, and the Search for a Cure (Columbia University Press, 2008). ISBN: 0231146361 (hardcover, 328 pages); ISBN: 0231517963 (hardcover, Columbia University Press, 2008). [autism,vaccine]
  • Billy T. Ogletree.
  • How to Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Pro-Ed, forthcoming). Part of the series Autism Spectrum Disorders. ISBN: 1416401504 (hardcover, due 11/2005). [autism]
  • Rosalind C. Oppenheim.
  • Effective teaching methods for autistic children (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1973). ISBN: 0398028583 (hardcover, 116 pages). [autism,se,account,fc]
  • Tabitha Orth.
  • Visual Recipes: A Cookbook for Nonreaders (DRL Books, 2001). Recipe book to aid independent living skills. ISBN: 0966526627 (spiral-bound). [disability,autism,adult,adolescent]
  • Lawrence Osborne.
  • American Normal (Copernicus Books, 2002). ISBN: 0387953078 (hardcover, 224 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Jennifer Overton. Snapshots of Autism: A Family Album (Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843107236 (paperback, 221 pages). [autism,account]
  • Sally Ozonoff, Geraldine Dawson & James McPartland.
  • A Parent’s Guide to Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism: How to Meet the Challenges and Help Your Child Thrive (Guildford Press, 2002). ISBN: 1572307676 (hardcover, 278 pages); ISBN: 1572305312 (paperback, 278 pages, Guilford Press, 2002). [autism,aspergers,parent]
  • Sally Ozonoff, Sally J. Rogers & Robert L. Hendren.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Research Review for Practitioners (American Psychiatric Press, 2003). ISBN: 1585621196 (paperback, 296 pages). [autism]
  • Tomas S. Page.
  • Caught Between Two Worlds: My Autistic Dilemma (2002). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Ann Palmer.
  • Realizing the College Dream with Autism or Asperger Syndrome: A Parent’s Guide to Student Success (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843108011 (paperback, 176 pages, due 11/15/2005). [autism,parent,adolescent]
  • Maria J. Paluszny.
  • Autism: a practical guide for parents and professionals (Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1979). 179 pages. Forward by Eric Schopler, contributions by James L. Paul. Sections: The Autistic Child; Diagnosis; Etiology; Overview of Therapies; Educational Responsibility; Educational Programming; Parent Involvement; Future Planning. ISBN: 0815622120 ; ISBN: 0815622252 . [autism,parent]
  • Jon Pangborn.
  • Biomedical Assessment Options for Children with Autism and Related Problems (2002). 244 pages. 2002 version of the DAN! Protocol. [autism,treatment]
  • Madeline Panichelli & Teresa M. Jack.
  • The Majesty of Autism (Authorhouse, 2005). ISBN: 1420856480 (paperback, 348 pages). [autism]
  • Valerie Paradiz.
  • Elijah’s Cup: A Family’s Journey into the Community and Culture of High-Functioning Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome (Free Press, 2002). ISBN: 074320445X (hardcover, 242 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Valerie Paradiz.
  • Elijah’s Cup: A Family’s Journey into the Community and Culture of High-Functioning Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome, revised edition (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 184310802X (paperback, 235 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Clara Claiborne Park.
  • Exiting Nirvana: A Daughter’s Life with Autism (Little Brown & Company, 2001). Foreword by Oliver Sacks. Continues the authors’ story about her daughter. ISBN: 0316691178 (hardcover, 225 pages); ISBN: 0316691240 (paperback, 240 pages, Back Bay Books, 2002). [autism,account]
  • Clara Claiborne Park.
  • The Siege (Little & Brown, 1967). The first eight years of an autistic child, a mother’s account. See edition with epilogue, below. ISBN: 1112233245 (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World 1967, 279 pages); ISBN: 0316690767 ; ISBN: 090067511X . [autism,account]
  • Clara Claiborne Park.
  • The Siege: The First Eight Years of an Autistic Child with an Epilogue, Fifteen Years Later (New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1982). Includes updated bibliography, etc. ISBN: 0316690694 (reissue edition, Little Brown and Company, 1990, paperback, 330 pages). [autism,account]
  • G. Peacock, A. Forrest & R. Mills.
  • Autism: The Invisible Children (National Autistic Society, 1996). [autism]
  • Geraldine Peacock.
  • Higashi: Implementing Daily Life Therapy in Japan (National Autistic Society, 1994). Booklet. [autism,se]
  • Jessica Peers.
  • Asparagus Dreams (2003). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Theo Peeters.
  • Autism: From Theoretical Understanding to Educational Intervention (J. A. Majors Company, 1997). The techniques described are derived from TEACCH. Makes use of quotes from autistic people and parents of autistic people. ISBN: 1861560036 (Whurr Publishers, 1996 298 pages); ISBN: 1565938461 (Singular Pub Group, 1997, 198 pages). [autism,se]
  • Theo Peeters.
  • Autisme de l’adolescence a l’age adult (1990). 105 pages. I’ve heard there is an english translation of a book on the subject of autism and education by Theo Peters. Maybe that is this book. [autism,adult,adolescent,french]
  • Theo Peeters & C. Gillberg.
  • Autism: Medical and Educational Aspects (Whurr Publishers, 1998). ISBN: 1861560931 (paperback, 120 pages, 2nd edition, 1999). [autism,se]
  • Marge Penning.
  • A Language and Communication Curriculum for Students with Autism and Other Language Impairments (CAUSE, 1992). “Marge Penning’s Handbook” http://www.causeonline.org/ (800-221-9105 or 517-886-5167). [autism,behavioral]
  • Marge Penning.
  • A Language Program for the Severely Language Impaired – Autistic (Michigan Society for Autistic Citizens, 1986?). [autism,behavioral]
  • Roger Perron & Denys Ribas.
  • Autismes de l’enfance (Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1994). Part of the series Monographies de la “Revue francaise de psychanalyse”. 156 pages. ISBN: 2130456030 . [autism,french]
  • Jill Pierce & Luann Colston.
  • Come Dance With Me: Teaching Children With High Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome the Dance of Conversation (Gardners Books, 2005). ISBN: 1843107953 (paperback). [autism,se,social]
  • Rachel Pinney, Mimi Schlachter & Anthea Courtenay.
  • Bobby: Breakthrough of a Special Child (New York: St. Martin’s/Marek, 1983). Also Harvill Press, London, 1983. Treatment by a “non-directive” therapy approach, which since Bobby was a “wanderer” involved following him up and down in elevators and around the New York subway system. ISBN: 0070500924 (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1986, 250 pages); ISBN: 0312087314 . [autism,account]
  • Richard Pollak.
  • The Creation of Dr. B: A Biography of Bruno Bettelheim (Simon & Schuster, 1997). http://www.richardpollak.com Reader: excellent stuff. ISBN: 0684809389 (480 pages, paperback, Touchstone, 1998). [autism,biography,psychoanalysis]
  • Barbara Porco.
  • Growing Towards Independence by Learning Functional Skills and Behaviors (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1989). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. 15 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Connie Post.
  • Letting Go (1989). Poetry. http://www.poetrypost.com/books.html [autism,poetry]
  • Connie Post.
  • Seasons of Love, Seasons of Loss (1992). Poetry by woman who has a son with autism. http://www.poetrypost.com/books.html [autism,poetry]
  • Carol Potter & Chris Whittaker.
  • Enabling Communication in Children with Autism (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). ISBN: 1853029564 (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,se,account]
  • Powell.
  • Taking responsibility: good practice guidelines for services adults with Asperger syndrome (London: The National Autistic Society, 2002). ISBN: 1899280340 . [autism,aspergers,adult]
  • Stuart Powell, editor.
  • Helping Children With Autism to Learn (David Fulton, 2000). http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?1853466379 ISBN: 1853466379 (paperback). [autism,se]
  • Stuart Powell, ed & Rita Jordan, ed.
  • Autism and Learning: A Guide to Good Practice (David Fulton, 1997). http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?185346421X ISBN: 185346421X (paperback, 170 pages). [autism,account,se]
  • Michael D. Powers, ed.
  • Children with Autism: A Parent’s Guide (Woodbine House, 1989). Part of the series The Special Needs Collection. Replaced by second edition. Guide to treatments, education and legal problems. Includes glossary, reading list, and lengthy resource guide of national and local organizations in USA. Foreword by Beverly Sills, Introduction by Bernard Rimland. Chapters: “What is autism?”, “Adjusting to your child’s diagnosis”, “Medical problems, treatments, and professionals”, “Daily life with your child”, “Children with autism and their families”, “Your child’s development”, “Finding the right educational program”, “Legal rights and hurdles”, “Becoming an advocate”, “The years ahead: adults with autism”. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/CWA.html ISBN: 0933149166 (paperback, 368 pages). [autism,parent,intro]
  • Michael D. Powers, ed.
  • Children with Autism: A Parent’s Guide, 2nd edition (Woodbine House, 2000). Part of the series The Special Needs Collection. Forward by Temple Grandin. See also description of first edition. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/cwa.html ISBN: 1890627046 (paperback, 375 pages). [autism,parent,intro]
  • Michael D. Powers.
  • Educating Children with Autism: A Guide to Selecting an Appropriate Program (Woodbine Press). Previously due out in October 1995. As of 10/96 not yet out. [autism,se]
  • Michael D. Powers.
  • Ninos Autistas: Guia para padres, terapeutas y educadores (Trillas, 1999). Translation of Children with Autism, a Parent’s Guide. ISBN: 9682448654 (paperback, 332 pages). [autism,spanish,parent,intro]
  • Michael D. Powers & Jan S. Handleman.
  • Behavioral Assessment of Severe Developmental Disabilities (Rockville, MD: Aspen Systems, 1984). 288 pages. ISBN: 0894438638 . [autism]
  • Michael D. Powers & Janet Poland.
  • Asperger Syndrome and Your Child: A Parent’s Guide (Harper, 2002). ISBN: 0066209439 (hardcover, 302 pages); ISBN: 0060934883 (paperback, 320 pages, HarperResource, 2003). [autism,aspergers,parent]
  • Patricia Ann Prelock.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Communication-Based Handbook (Pro-Ed, forthcoming). ISBN: 1416401296 (hardcover, due 3/2006). [autism,medical]
  • Marean J. Price.
  • Lord, why Not Me?: A Mother’s Story of an Autistic Child (Rondelle Publishing Company). ISBN: 1883372003 (paperback, 104 pages). [autism,account]
  • Dawn Prince-Hughes.
  • Expecting Teryk: An Exceptional Path to Parenthood (Swallow Press, forthcoming). The author is autistic. ISBN: 080401079X (hardcover, 224 pages, due 10/15/05); ISBN: 0804010803 (paperback, 224 pages, due 10/15/05). [autism,account]
  • Dawn Prince-Hughes.
  • Songs of the Gorilla Nation: My Journey Through Autism (Harmony Books, 2004). The author is autistic. ISBN: 1400050588 (hardcover, 240 pages); ISBN: 1400082153 (paperback, 240 pages, Three Rivers Press, due March 2005). [autism,account]
  • Dawn Prince-Hughes, editor.
  • Aquamarine Blue 5: Personal Stories of College Students With Autism (Swallow Press, 2002). ISBN: 0804010536 (hardcover, 152 pages); ISBN: 0804010544 (paperback, 152 pages). [autism,account]
  • Linda Pring, editor.
  • Autism and Blindness: Research and Reflections (Whurr Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1861564449 (paperback, 197 pages). [autism,disability]
  • Margot Prior, editor.
  • Learning and Behavior Problems in Asperger Syndrome (Guilford Press, 2003). ISBN: 1572309172 (hardcover, 326 pages); ISBN: 1593850778 (paperback, 326 pages, Guilford Press, 2005). [autism,aspergers]
  • Barry M. Prizant, Amy M. Wetherby, Emily Rubin, Amy C. Laurent & Patrick J. Rydell.
  • The SCERTS Model Assessment: A Comprehensive Educational Approach for Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders (Brookes Publishing Company, forthcoming). Part of the series The SCERTS Model. ISBN: 155766689X (paperback, 352 pages, 10/2005). [autism,se]
  • Barry M. Prizant, Amy M. Wetherby, Emily Rubin, Amy C. Laurent & Patrick J. Rydell.
  • The SCERTS Model Program Planning And Intervention: A Comprehensive Educational Approach for Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders (Brookes Publishing Company, forthcoming). Part of the series The SCERTS Model. ISBN: 1557668094 (paperback, 432 pages, 10/2005). [autism,se]
  • Barry M. Prizant, Amy M. Wetherby, Emily Rubin, Amy C. Laurent & Patrick J. Rydell.
  • The SCERTS Model: A Comprehensive Educational Approach for Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders (Brookes Publishing Company, forthcoming). I speculate this is the two-book series as a set or single volume. ISBN: 1557668183 (paperback, 800 pages, 10/2005). [autism,se]
  • Jeanette Purkis.
  • Finding a Different Kind of Normal: Misadventures With Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006). ISBN: 1843104164 (paperback, 192 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Lise Pyles.
  • Hitchhiking Through Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley, 2001). ISBN: 1853029378 (paperback, 286 pages). [autism,aspergers,parent]
  • Lise Pyles.
  • Homeschooling the Child With Asperger Syndrome: Real Help for Parents Anywhere and on Any Budget (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843107619 (paperback, 272 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Kathleen Ann Quill.
  • Do-Watch-Listen-Say: Social and Communication Intervention for Children With Autism (Paul H Brookes Pub, 2000). http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/quill-4536/index.htm ISBN: 1557664536 (paperback, 448 pages). [autism,se,social]
  • Kathleen Ann Quill, ed.
  • Teaching Children with Autism: Strategies to Enhance Communication and Socialization (New York: Delmar, 1995). Recommended by at least one participant of the AUTISM list as a good introduction to Autism. Includes chapters from 14 contributors including Temple Grandin, Carol Grey, Barry Prizant, Diane Twachtman, and Kathleen Quill. Another participant: “found helpful in training teachers”. Includes information on modelling. http://www.delmar.com/catalog/education/ece/quill.html ISBN: 0827362692 (paperback, 315 pages). [autism,se]
  • Barbara Quinn & Anthony Malone.
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder: An Altered Perspective (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2000). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/qui_per.html ISBN: 1853028762 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,pdd]
  • Campion Quinn.
  • 100 Questions & Answers About Autism (Jones & Bartlett Pub, forthcoming). ISBN: 0763738948 (paperback, 11/27/2005). [autism,general]
  • Emilia Murray Ramey & Jody John Ramey.
  • Autistics’ Guide to Dating: A Book By Autistics, For Autistics and Those Who Love Them or Who Are in Love with Them (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2008). ISBN: 184310881X (paperback, 125 pages). [autism,adult,adolescent]
  • Peter Randall & Jonathan Parker.
  • Supporting the Families of Children with Autism (John Wiley, 1999). ISBN: 0471982180 (paperback, 252 pages); ISBN: 0471974846 (hardcover). [autism,family]
  • Kate Rankin.
  • Growing Up Severely Autistic: They Call Me Gabriel (Jessica Kingsely Pub, 2000). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/ran_gro.html ISBN: 1853028916 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism,account]
  • Isabelle Rapin, ed & Lorna Wing.
  • Preschool Children with Inadequate Communication: Developmental Language Disorder, Autism, Mental Deficiency (Cambridge University Press, 1996). Part of the series Clinics in developmental medicine. Number 139 in the series. Includes “Wing Autistic Disorders Interview Checklist (WADIC)” and “Wing Schedule of Handicaps Behaviour and Skills (HBS)” by Lorna Wing. ISBN: 1898683077 (hardcover, 299 pages). [autism]
  • Judith L. Rapoport & Deborah R. Ismond.
  • DSM-IV Training Guide For Diagnosis Of Childhood Disorders, 4th edition (Brunner-Routledge, 1996). ISBN: 0876307667 (paperback, 360 pages); ISBN: 0876307705 (hardcover, 360 pages). [autism,medical,reference]
  • Linda Rastelli & Lito Tajeda-Flores.
  • Understanding Autism For Dummies (John Wiley & Sons, 2003). ISBN: 0764525476 (paperback, 384 pages). [autism]
  • John J. Ratey & Catherine Johnson.
  • Shadow Syndromes (Pantheon Books, 1997). About very mild forms of psychiatric conditions including ADD and autism. Chapter 6 is entitled “Autistic Echos”. ISBN: 0679439684 (hardcover, 384 pages); ISBN: 0553379593 (paperback, 389 pages, 1998); ISBN: 0517282623 (hardcover, Random House, 1998). [autism,disability]
  • Dan Reed.
  • Paid for the Privilege: Hearing the Voices of Autism (Madison, Wisconsin: DRI Press, 1996). 162 pages. [autism,account,fc]
  • Pam Britton Reese & Nena C. Challenner.
  • Autism & PDD Social Skills Lessons (LinguiSystems, Inc.). Ages 3-8. Set of five 60-page books, 40 lessons in each book. http://www.linguisystems.com/ [autism,se,social,pdd]
  • Pam Britton Reese & Nena C. Challenner.
  • Autism & PDD: basic reading comprehension kit (East Moline, IL: LinguiSystems, 2003). c2003. ISBN: 0760604967 ; ISBN: 0760604959 . [autism,se]
  • Pam Britton Reese & Nena C. Challenner.
  • Autism & PDD: expanding social options (East Moline, IL: LinguiSystems, 2003). c2003. ISBN: 0760604991 (70 pages). [autism,se]
  • Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, Robert Ullman & Ian Luepker.
  • A Drug-Free Approach to Asperger Syndrome and Autism: Homeopathic Care for Exceptional Kids (Picnic Point Press, 2005). ISBN: 0964065460 (paperback, 316 pages). [autism,treatment,aspergers]
  • Adair Renning.
  • The Ultimate Treasure Hunt: Finding the Child Inside (1995). http://www.ddc.com/~arenning/ ISBN: 0964877309 (paperback, 281 pages, Future Horizons). [autism,account]
  • Adair Renning.
  • The Ultimate Treasure Hunt: Offering Hope to Parents of Children with Autism (Future Horizons). [autism,account]
  • Betty Repacholi, editor & Virginia Slaughter, editor.
  • Individual Differences in Theory of Mind: Implications for Typical and Atypical Development (Psychology Press, 2003). Part of the series Macquarie Monographs in Cognitive Science. Includes material on autism. ISBN: 1841690937 (hardcover, 256 pages). [autism]
  • Maria Rhode & Didier Houzel.
  • Invisible Boundaries: Psychosis And Autism in Children And Adolescents (Karnac Books, forthcoming). Part of the series European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. ISBN: 1855753987 (paperback, 150 pages, due 12/31/2005). [autism]
  • Maria Rhode & Trudy Klauber.
  • The Many Faces of Asperger’s Syndrome (Karnac Books, 2004). Part of the series Tavistock Clinic Series. ISBN: 1855759306 (paperback, 302 pages). [autism,aspergers,psychoanalysis]
  • Ann H. Richard.
  • And When He Didn’t Come Home (Ann H. Richard, 2002). ISBN: 0972213309 (paperback, 304 pages). [autism]
  • Gail J. Richard.
  • The Source for Autism (LinguiSystems, Inc., 1997). General information and education. http://www.linguisystems.com/ ISBN: 0760601461 (spiral binding, 167 pages). [autism,se]
  • Jesse Richard, Kathleen Jackson, Mary Urlich & Aaron Urlich.
  • First Hand: personal accounts of breakthroughs in Facilitated Communicating (Madison, Wisconsin: DRA Press, 1993). 55 pages. Three case studies. [autism,fc,account]
  • John Richer, editor & Sheila Coates, editor.
  • Autism: The Search for Coherence (2001). ISBN: 1853028886 (paperback). [autism]
  • Shira Richman.
  • Raising a Child with Autism: A Guide to Applied Behavior Analysis for Parents (Jessica Kingsley, 2000). ISBN: 1853029106 (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,behavioral]
  • Bernard Rimland.
  • Infantile Autism: The Syndrome and Its Implications for a Neural Theory of Behavior (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1964). 282 pages. An older book that had far-reaching impact, influencing the choices being made as to the method of treatment. Photo-reproduced reprint is available. ISBN: 0829000615 ; ISBN: 0134643135 . [autism]
  • Arnold Rincover.
  • How to use Sensory Extinction (Pro-Ed, 1981). Part of the series Teaching the Autistic. ISBN: 0890790620 (paperback, 34 pages). [autism,se]
  • Edward R. Ritvo, ed.
  • Autism: Diagnosis, current research, and management (New York: Spectrum, 1976). Part of the series Child behavior and development. 302 pages. Distributed by Halsted Press. Papers from 1975 conference held by UCLA Extension Division. [autism,proceedings]
  • Edward R. Ritvo.
  • Understanding the Nature of Autism And Asperger’s Disorder: Forty Years Along the Research Trail (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843108143 (paperback, 176 pages, due 11/15/2005). [autism,aspergers]
  • Angel Riviere & Juan Martos.
  • El Tratamiento del Autismo: Nuevas Perspectivas (Ministerio de Trabajo y Asunots Sociales & Asociacion de Padres de Ninos Autistas, 1998). 740 pages. [autism,italian]
  • Wendy Robinson.
  • Gentle Giant: The Inspiring Story of an Autistic Child (Element Books, 1999). An account by a parent of her autistic son. ISBN: 1862043043 (paperback, 192 pages). [autism,account]
  • John Elder Robison.
  • Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s hardcover: 304 pages (Crown, 2007). ISBN: 0307395987 (hardcover, 304 pages); ISBN: 0307396185 (paperback, 320 pages, Three Rivers Press, 2008). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Jhoanna Robledo & Dawn Ham-Kucharski.
  • The Autism Book: Answers to Your Most Pressing Questions (Avery, 2005). ISBN: 1583332243 (paperback, 208 pages). [autism]
  • Adriana Rocha & Kristi Jorde.
  • A Child of Eternity: An Extraordinary Young Girl’s Message from the World Beyond (Ballantine Books, 1995). Adriana is non-verbal and autistic and began using facilitated communication with her mother, Kristi, at age 9. Includes some unusual claims. http://www.hir.com/article.html#b4 ISBN: 034538945X (hardcover, 299 pages). [autism,account,fc]
  • Karen Rodman.
  • Asperger Syndrome and Adults… Is Anyone Listening: Essays and Poems and Partners, parents and Family Members of Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2003). ISBN: 1843107511 (paperback, 160 pages). [aspergers,autism,adult]
  • Ann de Roeck & Jan Nuyts.
  • Epistemic modal expressions by high functioning autistic adults: a test case for the “theory of mind” hypothesis (Wilrijk, Belgium: Universiteit Antwerpen, 1994). 63 pages. [autism,adult]
  • Brigitte Rollett & Ursula Kastner-Koller.
  • Praxisbuch Autismus: Ein Leitfaden fuer Eltern, Erzieher, Lehrer und Therapeuten (Stuttgart: Fischer, 1994). Also Jena & New York. Reader: best german book for practical therapeutic and parental usage, contains lists of good toys, games etc., TEACCH-orientated. [autism,german,teacch,treatment]
  • Raymond G. Romanczyk & Stephanie Lockshin.
  • How to Create a Curriculum for Autistic & Other Handicapped Children (Pro-Ed, 1981). Part of the series Teaching the Autistic. ISBN: 0890790574 (paperback, 46 pages, H & H Enterprises). [autism,se]
  • Craig Romkema.
  • Embracing the Sky: Poems Beyond Disability (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). ISBN: 1843107287 (paperback, 80 pages). [autism,poetry,account]
  • Marsha Sarah Rosenberg.
  • Coping When a Brother or Sister Is Autistic (Rosen Publishing Group, 2000). Part of the series Coping. ISBN: 0823931943 (hardcover). [autism,family]
  • Mira Rothenberg.
  • Children with emerald eyes: histories of extraordinary boys and girls (New York: Dial Press, 1977). About a third of the book concerns autism. ISBN: 1556434480 (paperback, 295 pages, North Atlantic Books, 2003); ISBN: 0671433806 ; ISBN: 0385270275 (Doubleday); ISBN: 0525482865 (E. P. Dutton). [autism,account,psychoanalysis]
  • Peter Rowlands. The Fugitive mind; early development of an autistic child (London: Dent, 1972). 146 pages. Acount by a parent. ISBN: 0460078763 . [autism,account]
  • Susan Rubinyi. Natural Genius: The Gifts of Asperger’s Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2007). ISBN: 1843107848 (paperback, 120 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843107842). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • James Russell, ed.. Autism as an Executive Disorder (Oxford University Press, 1998). ISBN: 0198523491 (hardcover). [autism]
  • Michael Rutter, ed. Infantile autism: concepts, characteristics, and treatment (London: Churchill Livingston, 1971). 328 pages; “Study group held at the Ciba Foundation, London, 15-17 June 1970 under the auspices of the Institute for Research into Mental Retardation” [autism,proceedings]
  • Michael Rutter. Maternal deprivation reassessed (Penguin, 1972). I don’t know if this is about autism. [autism]
  • Michael Rutter & Eric Schopler, ed.
  • Autism: A reappraisal of concepts and treatment (New York: Plenum Press, 1978). Associated with the International Symposium on Autism of 1976 in St. Gallen, Switzerland, July 12-15, 1976. ISBN: 0306310961 (hardcover, 540 pages). [autism,proceedings]
  • O. T. Ryaskin. Focus On Autism Research (Nova Science Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1594542260 (hardcover, 262 pages). [autism]
  • O. T. Ryaskin. Trends In Autism Research (Nova Science Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 159454042X (hardcover, 337 pages). [autism]
  • Oliver Sacks. An Anthropologist on Mars (1995). Book describing several people with neurological anomalies including autistic people. Includes some art by autistic artist. ISBN: 0679756973 (paperback, Vintage Books, 1996); ISBN: 0679439560 (audio cassette, Random House, 1995). [autism,account,disability]
  • Oliver Sacks. The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat: And other Clinical Tales (1987). Includes one chapter on an autistic savant. ISBN: 0671554719 (hardcover, Summet Books, 1985); ISBN: 0684853949 (paperback, 243 pages, Touchstone Books, 1998); ISBN: 0844665290 (Peter Smith Pub, 1992); ISBN: 0060970790 (paperback, 256 pages, HarperCollins, 1987); ISBN: 0804511756 (audio cassette, Spoken Arts, 1987). [autism,disability,account]
  • Clare Sainsbury. The Martian in the Playground: Understanding the Schoolchild with Asperger’s Syndrome (Bristol: Lucky Duck Publishing Ltd., 2000). http://www.luckyduck.co.uk/ Selected in 2000 for UK’s NASEN (National Association of Special Educational Needs) Academic Book Award. ISBN: 1873942087 . [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Kristi Sakai. Finding Our Way: Practical Solutions for Creating a Supportive Home and Community for the Asperger Syndrome (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2005). ISBN: 1931282765 (paperback, 208 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Robert S. Sanders, Jr.. On My Own Terms: My Journey with Asperger’s (Armstrong Valley Publishing, 2004). ISBN: 1928798063 (184 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Robert S. Sanders, Jr.. Overcoming Asperger’s: Personal Experience & Insight (Armstrong Valley Publishing, 2002). ISBN: 1928798055 (paperback, 168 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Aida E. Santiago. Mi angel Gabriel mi angel autista (AuthorHouse, 2008). ISBN: 1434384365 (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,account,spanish]
  • Josie Santomauro & Damian Santomauro. Asperger Download: A guide to Help Teenage Males with Asperger Syndrome Trouble-Shoot Life’s Challenges (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2007). ISBN: 193457502X (paperback, 109 pages). [autism,aspergers,adolescent]
  • Viki Satkiewicz-Grayhardt. At Home with Autism: Three Families’ Stories (Potential Unlimited Publishing). Paperback, 40 pages. Possibly a children’s book. http://www.pup-asap.com/athome.htm [autism,account]
  • Viki Satkiewicz-Grayhardt, Barbara Peerenboom & Roxanne Campbell. Crossing Bridges: A Parent’s Perspective on Coping After a Child is Diagnosed with Autism/PDD (Potential Unlimited Publishing, 1996). Designed for parents whos child is newly diagnosed with autism/PDD, written by parents. One reader: excellent book for parents. http://www.pup-asap.com/crossingbridges.htm ISBN: 0965070026 (paperback, 64 pages). [autism,parent,pdd,intro]
  • Antoinette Savill. Gluten, Wheat, and Dairy Free Cookbook (Thorsons Pub, 2000). ISBN: 0722540272 (paperback, 288 pages). [disability,autism,nutrition,allergy]
  • Jennifer Savner & Brenda Smith Myles. Making Visual Supports Work in the Home and Community: Strategies for Individuals with Autism and Asperger Syndrome (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2000). http://www.asperger.net/visulbok.htm ISBN: 096725146X (spiral-bound, 40 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Susanne Schaefer. Sterne, aepfel und rundes glas (Verlag Freies Geisteleben). ISBN: 3772516793 . [autism,german,account]
  • Brenda Scheuermann & Jo Webber. Autism: Teaching Does Make a Difference (Wadsworth Publishing, 2001). ISBN: 1565938941 (paperback, 352 pages). [autism,se]
  • Carol Schmidt & Beth Heybyrne. Autism in the School-Aged Child (Autism Family Press, 2004). ISBN: 0967496934 (paperback, 200 pages). [autism]
  • Cindy B. Schneider. Acting Antics: A Theatrical Approach to Teaching Social Understanding to Kids and Teens with Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007). ISBN: 1843108453 (paperback, 189 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Edgar Schneider. Discovering my autism – Apologia pro vita sua (With apologies to Cardinal Newman) (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). A first-person account of high-functioning autism. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/sch_dis.html ISBN: 1853027243 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,account]
  • Edgar Schneider. Living the Good Life with Autism (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). ISBN: 1843107120 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism,account]
  • Eric Schopler, editor, Nurit Yimiya, editor, Cory Shulman, editor & Lee M. Marcus, editor. The Research Basis for Autism Intervention (Plenum Pub Corp, 2001). ISBN: 030646585X (hardcover, 241 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Eric Schopler, ed. Parent Survival Manual: A Guide to Crisis Resolution in Autism and Related Developmental Disorders (New York: Plenum Press, 1995). Compilation of 350 anecdotes by parents on how they resolved particular behavior problems with comments on each anecdote. Also bibliography and resource list. Chapters include Repetitive Behaviors and Special Interests, Communication, Play and Leisure, Aggression, Toileting and Hygiene, Eating and Sleeping, Behavior Management, Community Support. ISBN: 0306449773 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,parent,se]
  • Eric Schopler, Mary Elizabeth Van Bourgondien & Marie M. Bristol, ed. Preschool Issues in Autism (New York: Plenum Press, 1993). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. 276 pages, illustrated. ISBN: 0306444402 (hardcover).
  • Eric Schopler, Margaret D. Lansing & Leslie Waters. Teaching Activities for Autistic Children: Volume III (1982). Part of the series Individualized Assessment and Treatment for Autistic and Developmentally Disabled Children. Second of four volumes that contain the theoretical and application guidelines of TEACCH. Available from Pro-ed & NC bookstore. Reader: written in a clear and concise way. ISBN: 0839118007 (spiral-bound paperback, Univ. Park Press).
  • Eric Schopler & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. Autism in Adolescents and Adults (New York: Plenum Press, 1983). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. ISBN: 0306410575 (hardcover, 438 pages). [autism,adolescent,adult,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. The autistic child through adolescence (Plenum Press, 1982). Surveys of what is known about the later development of autistic children. [autism]
  • Eric Schopler, ed & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. Behavioral Issues in Autism (New York: Plenum Press, 1994). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. Focuses on the behavioral characteristics of autism and includes chapters on aversives, generalization, assessment, etc. ISBN: 0306446006 (hardcover, March 1999). [autism,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler, ed & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. Communication Problems in Autism (New York: Plenum Press, 1985). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. Based upon 4th TEACCH conference, 1983. ISBN: 0306418592 (paperback, 333 pages). [autism,proceedings,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. Diagnosis and Assessment in Autism (Plenum Press, 1988). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. ISBN: 030642889X (hardcover). [autism,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler, ed & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. The Effects of Autism on the Family (Plenum Press, 1984). Part of the series Current issues in autism. Based upon 1982 TEACCH conference. ISBN: 030641533X (hardcover, 384 pages). [autism,proceedings,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler, ed & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. High-functioning individuals with autism (New York: Plenum Press, 1992). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. “Based on one of the TEACCH conferences held in Chapel Hill each May”–Pref. Recommended by at least one AUTISM-list participant as a good book on Asperger Syndrome. Includes some accounts. ISBN: 0306440644 (hardcover, 306 pages). [autism,proceedings,account,teacch,aspergers]
  • Eric Schopler & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. Learning and Cognition in Autism (New York: Plenum Press, 1995). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. ISBN: 0306448718 (hardcover, 346 pages). [autism]
  • Eric Schopler & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. Neurobiological Issues in Autism (New York: Plenum Press, 1987). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. Based on 6th annual TEACCH Conference, Chapel Hill North Carolina, 1985. ISBN: 0306424517 (hardcover, 418 pages). [autism,proceedings,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler & Gary B. Mesibov, ed. Social Behavior in Autism (New York: Plenum Press, 1986). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. Based upon 5th TEACCH conference, 1984. ISBN: 0306421631 (hardcover, 382 pages). [autism,proceedings,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler, ed, Gary Mesibov, ed & Linda J. Kunce, ed. Asperger Syndrome or High-Functioning Autism? (New York: Plenum Publishing, 1998). Part of the series Current Issues in Autism. ISBN: 0306457466 (hardcover, 409 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Eric Schopler & Robert J. Reichler, ed. Psychopathology and Child Development: Research and Treatment (New York: Plenum Press, 1976). Associated with International Kanner Colloquium on Child Development, Deviations, and Treatment, Chapel Hill, N.C., October 30 to November 2, 1973. ISBN: 0306308703 (hardcover, 395 pages).
  • Eric Schopler, Robert J. Reichler, Ann Bashford, Margaret D. Lansing & Lee M. Marcus. Psychoeducational Profile–Revised (PEP-R): Volume I (Baltimore: University Park Press, 1979). Part of the series Individualized Assessment and Treatment for Autistic and Developmentally Disabled Children. First of four volumes that contain the theoretical and application guidelines of TEACCH. Available from Pro-ed & NC bookstore. ISBN: 0839112793 (paperback); ISBN: 0890792380 (spiral-bound paperback, Pro Ed, 1990). [autism,treatment,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler, Robert J. Reichler & Margaret D. Lansing. Individualized Assessment and Treatment for Autistic and Developmentally Disabled Children (University Park Press, 1980). Series of three (later four) volumes: see separate entries: Psychoeducational Profile–Revised (PEP-R): Volume I, Teaching Strategies for Parents and Professionals: Volume II, Teaching Activities for Autistic Children: Volume III, and Adolescents and Adult Psychoeducational Profile (AAPEP): Volume IV. [autism,treatment,teacch]
  • Eric Schopler, Robert J. Reichler & Barbara Rochen Renner. The childhood autism rating scale (CARS) for diagnostic screening and classification of autism (New York: Irvington, 1986). Part of the series Diagnosis and teaching curricula for autism and developmental disabilities. Also Western Psychological Services, Los Angeles, 1988. ISBN: 0829015884 (63 pages). [autism]
  • Eric Schopler, Robert Reichler & Margaret D. Lansing. Teaching Strategies for Parents and Professionals: Volume II (1980). Part of the series Individualized Assessment and Treatment for Autistic and Developmentally Disabled Children. Second of four volumes that contain the theoretical and application guidelines of TEACCH. Available from Pro-ed & NC bookstore. [autism,treatment,teacch,parent,se]
  • Laura Ellen Schreibman. Autism (Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1988). Part of the series Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry. 188 pages. Volume 15 in the series. ISBN: 0803928092 ; ISBN: 0803928106 (paperback). [autism]
  • Laura Schreibman. The Science and Fiction of Autism (Harvard University Press, 2007). ISBN: 0674019318 (hardcover, 304 pages); ISBN: 0674025695 (paperback, 304 pages). [autism]
  • Craig B. Schulze. When Snow Turns to Rain: One Family’s Struggle to Solve the Riddle of Autism (Rockville, Md.: Woodbine House, 1993). About Craig’s son Jordan Schulze. Includes accounts of the Options method and the Higashi school. Jordan had late-onset autism and is one of the children described in Robert Catalano’s book When Autism Strikes: Families Cope With Childhood Disintegrative Disorder. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/str.html ISBN: 0933149638 (paperback, 216 pages). [autism,account]
  • Jack Scott, Claudia Clark & Michael P. Brady. Students with Autism: Characteristics and Instructional Programming for Special Educators (Singular Publishing Group, 1997). ISBN: 1565936302 (paperback, 1999). [autism,se]
  • Diana Seach. Autism Spectrum Disorder: Positive Approaches for Teaching Children with ASD (1998). http://www.nasen.org.uk/booklist/pse/autistic.htm ISBN: 1901485013 . [
  • Diana Seach. Interactive Play for Children with Autism (Routledge, forthcoming). ISBN: 0415353734 (hardcover, due 5/1/2006); ISBN: 0415333261 (paperback, 112 pages, due 8/1/2006). [autism,se]
  • Marc Segar. Coping – A Survival guide for People with Asperger Syndrome (Nottingham: Early Years Diagnostic Centre). http://www.bach.demon.co.uk/alas/reviews.html#coping The author had Asperger’s.
  • Marc Segar. A Guide To Copying For Young Adults. [autism,aspergers]
  • Cheryl D. Seifert. Holistic Interpretation of Autism: A Theoretical Framework (Lanham: University Press of America, 1990). ISBN: 0819177393 (hardcover, 74 pages); ISBN: 0819177407 (paperback). [autism]
  • Cheryl D. Seifert. Theories of Autism (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1990). ISBN: 0819177180 (hardcover, 98 pages); ISBN: 0819177199 . [autism]
  • Cheryl D. Seifert & Charlene Breedlove, ed. Case Studies in Autism: a young child and two adolescents (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1990). ISBN: 0819177229 (hardcover, 121 pages). [autism,account]
  • Lorna Selfe. Nadia: a case of extraordinary drawing ability in an autistic child (London: Academic Press, 1977). Also New York. 137 pages. About a three year old girl with the ability to draw realistic pictures, who lost the ability when she started to talk at six. Includes examples of the pictures. ISBN: 0126357501 ; ISBN: 0156653206 .
  • Lorna Selfe. Normal and Anomalous Representational Drawing Ability in Children (Academic Press, 1983). ISBN: 0126357609 . [autism]

Thomas B. Selkirk.

Recent Developments in Autism Research (Nova Science Pub, forthcoming). ISBN: 1594544972 (hardcover, due 11/30/2005). [autism,text]

Colleen Sell, editor.

A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism: Stories of Hope and Everyday Success (Adams Media Corporation, 2007). ISBN: 1593376839 (paperback, 322 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1593376833). [autism,account]

Birger Sellin.

I Don’t Want to be Inside Me Anymore (New York: Basic Books, 1995). Anthea Bell’s translation of the German book, ich will kein inmich mehr sein. ISBN: 0465031722 ; ISBN: 0465088880 (HarperCollins, 1996). [autism,account,fc]

Birger Sellin.

In dark hours I find my way: Messages from an autistic mind (London: Victor Gollancz, 1995). Translated by Anthea Bell. ISBN: 0575058021 (paperback, 240 pages, Orion, 1995). [autism,account]

Susan Senator.

Making Peace with Autism : One Family’s Story of Struggle, Discovery, and Unexpected Gifts (Trumpeter, 2005). http://www.susansenator.com/ ISBN: 1590302443 (hardcover, 240 pages); ISBN: 1590303822 (paperback, 272 pages, Trumpeter, due 12/12/2006). [autism,account]

  • Karyn Seroussi. Unraveling the Mystery of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder: A Mother’s Story of Research and Recovery (Simon & Schuster, 2000). http://www.simonandschuster.com/book/default_book.cfm?isbn=0684831643 ISBN: 0684831643 (hardcover, 224 pages); ISBN: 0767907981 (paperback, 304 pages, Broadway Books, 2002). [autism,account,allergy]
  • Karen Sewell. Breakthroughs: How to Reach Students with Autism (Verona, Wisconsin: The Attainment Company, 1998). Author is an experienced teacher of autistic children. Reader: geared toward younger children. Earlier tentative title was Reaching and Teaching Children With Autism. http://www.attainment-inc.com/autism/index.html ISBN: 1578610605 (spiral-bound, 243 pages). [autism,se]
  • Raphael Bernard Shaberman. Autistic children: the nature and treatment of childhood autism (London: V. Stuart and J. Watkins, 1971). 94 pages. ISBN: 0722401191 . [autism]
  • Howard Shane, ed. Facilitated Communication: The Clinical and Social Phenomenon (San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, 1994). Skeptical of FC. ISBN: 1565933419 (paperback). [autism,fc]
  • Mary Sharp. An Unexpected Joy: The Gift of Parenting a Challenging Child (Pinon Press, 2003). ISBN: 1576834611 (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,account]
  • Paul Shattock, Dawn Savery & Paul Whiteley. Autism as a Metabolic Disorder (Autism Research Unit, 1997). Booklet. 2nd edition 2001, paperback. [autism,allergy]
  • Roger Shattuck & Jean-Marc Gaspard Itard.The Forbidden Experiment: the Story of the Wild Boy of Aveyron. Reports on Victor, a boy found in a village in the early 1800’s. Some have speculated, from descriptions, that he was autistic. See also The Wild Boy of Aveyron by Itard. ISBN: 1568360487 (paperback, 220 pages, Kodansha Globe, 1994). [autism,account]
  • Jean Shaw.I’m Not Naughty – I’m Autistic: Jodi’s Journey (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). A mother’s account of her autistic son. ISBN: 184310105X (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,account]
  • William Shaw. Biological Treatments for Autism and PDD, 2nd edition (Great Plains Laboratory, 2001). ISBN: 0966123816 (paperback, 225 pages). [autism,disability,allergy,pdd,treatment]
  • William Shaw, Bernard Rimland, Pamela Scott, Karyn Seroussi, Lisa Lewis & Bruce Semon. Biological Treatments for Autism and PDD (Sunflower Press, 1997). I think its working title was once The Biological Basis of Autism and PDD. Covers yeast, gluten/casein, and vitamin treatments. Initially not in many bookstores; call 913-341-6207. http://www.greatplainslaboratory.com/page37.htm ISBN: 0966123808 (paperback, 303 pages). [autism,disability,allergy,pdd,treatment]
  • David A. Sherman. Autism: Asserting Your Child’s Rights to a Special Education (Oxford Churchill, 2007). Part of the series Perfect Paperback. ISBN: 0974445509 (paperback, 360 pages). [autism,se]
  • David Sherratt. Developing Play and Drama in Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (David Fulton Publisher, 2001). ISBN: 1853466972 (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,se]
  • David Sherratt. How to Support and Teach Children on the Autism Spectrum (LDA, 2005). ISBN: 1855033909 (paperback, 64 pages). [autism,se]
  • Stephen Shore. Beyond the Wall: Personal Experiences with Autism (Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2000). Autobiography. http://www.asperger.net ISBN: 0967251486 (paperback, 174 pages); ISBN: 1931282005 (paperback, 174 pages, Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2001); ISBN: 1931282196 (paperback, 242 pages, Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2002). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Chantal Sicile-Kira. Adolescents on the Autism Spectrum : A Parent’s Guide to the Cognitive, Social, Physical, and Transition Needs of Teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Perigee Trade, forthcoming). ISBN: 0399532366 (paperback, 288 pages, 3/7/2006). [autism,adolescent,parent]
  • Chantal Sicile-Kira. Autism Spectrum Disorders: The Complete Guide to Understanding Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, and Other ASD (London: Vermillion, 2003). ISBN: 0399530479 (paperback, 360 pages, Berkeley, 2004, New York); ISBN: 0091891604 (paperback, 286 pages,).
  • Bryna Siegel. Helping Children With Autism Learn: A Guide to Treatment Approaches for Parents and Professionals (Oxford University Press, 2003). ISBN: 0195138112 (hardcover, 320 pages); ISBN: 0195325060 (paperback, 512 pages, Oxford University Press, 2007, ISBN-13: 978-0195325065).
  • Bryna Siegel. The World of the Autistic Child: Understanding and Treating Autistic Spectrum Disorders (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996). Discusses diagnostic process and gives descriptions of the differences between Autism/PDD/Aspergers/Retts Syndrome etc. Author worked at the PDD clinic at the Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute at the University of California. Parent: couldn’t put it down. http://www.oup-usa.org/docs/0195076672.html ISBN: 0195076672 (hardcover, 351 pages); ISBN: 0195119177 (paperback, 368 pages, 1998).
  • Bryna Siegel & Stuart C. Silverstein. What About Me? Growing up with a Developmentally Disabled Sibling (Insight Books, 1994). Written by siblings of autistic kids. One subscriber found it an excellent book for her 14 year old NT son. ISBN: 0306446502 (hardcover, 296 pages); ISBN: 073820630X (paperback, 316 pages, Perseus Publishing, 2001). [autism,disability,family]
  • Linda S. Siegel & Fredrick J. Morrison, ed. Cognitive development in atypical children: progress in cognitive development research (New York: Springer-Verlag, 1985). Part of the series Cognitive development. 184 pages [autism,disability]
  • Marian Sigman & Lisa Capps. Children with Autism: A Developmental Perspective (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997). Part of the series The Developing Child. Takes a developmental psychopathology perspective. Reader: excellent, very readable, might be especially useful for parents of a newly-diagnosed child who are wondering what their child’s future will be like. http://www.hup.harvard.edu/S97Books/S97.Catalog/children.autism.html ISBN: 0674053141 (hardcover, 288 pages); ISBN: 0674053133 (paperback, 288 pages). [autism]
  • Marian Sigman & Ellen Ruskin. Continuity And Change In The Social Competence Of Children With Autism, Down Syndrome, And Developmental Delays (Blackwell, 1999). ISBN: 0631215913 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,disability]
  • SIKON. Artikelsamling, Autisme ’95 (Kobenhavn: SIKON, Socialministeriets informations- og konsulentvirksomhet, 1995). Conference in Denmark. ISBN: 8760148950 (184 pages).
  • Kate Silver. Assessing And Developing Communication And Thinking Skills In People With Autism And Communication Difficulties: A Toolkit For Parents And Professionals (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843103524 (paperback, 77 pages).
  • Karen L. Simmons, compiler. The Official Autism 101 Manual (Autism Today, 2006). ISBN: 0972468285 (paperback, 265 pages, ISBN-13 978-0972468282). [autism,parent]
  • Karen Simmons, editor & Murray Hoke, editor. The Autism Experience: Stories of Hope and Love (BookSurge Publishing, 2003). ISBN: 0972468242 (paperback, 366 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0972468244). [autism,account]
  • Jeanne Simons & Sabine Oishi. The Hidden Child: The Linwood Method for Reaching the Autistic Child (Kensington, Maryland: Woodbine House, 1987). The method in question is that of the Linwood Children’s Center in Ellicott City, Maryland, USA. Includes many ideas and suggestions for dealing with problems and as such can serve as a reference book. Uses case studies to illustrate its points. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/hc.html ISBN: 0933149069 (paperback, 286 pages).
  • Linda Rumanoff Simonson. A Curriculum Model for Individuals with Severe Learning and Behavior Disorders (Baltimore: University Park Press, 1979). ISBN: 0839113226 (paperback, 320 pages). [autism,disability,se]
  • R. L. Simpson & P. Zionts. Cosa sapere sull’autismo (Trento: Erickson, 1992). [autism,italian]
  • Richard L. Simpson. Autism Spectrum Disorders: Intervention and Treatment for Children and Youth (Corwin Press, 2004). ISBN: 1412906024 (hardcover, 264 pages); ISBN: 1412906032 (paperback, 264 pages, Corwin Press, 2004). [
  • Richard L. Simpson, ed & Brenda Myles, ed. Educating Children and Youth With Autism: Strategies for Effective Practice (Austin: Pro-Ed, 1998). ISBN: 0890797439 (paperback). [autism,se]
  • Richard L. Simpson & Madelyn Regan. Management of Autistic Behavior (Austin, Texas: Pro-Ed, 1988). Revised edition. ISBN: 0890791961 (paperback, 450 pages). [autism,se]
  • Richard L. Simpson & Paul Zionts. Autism: Information and Resources for Parents, Families and Professionals (Pro-Ed, 1992). 179 pages. http://www.proedinc.com/store/5192.html ISBN: 089079538X (paperback).
  • Richard L. Simpson & Paul Zionts. Autism: Information and Resources for Professionals and Parents, 2nd edition (1999). ISBN: 0890798206 (paperback). [autism,parent,intro]
  • Richard Simpson, ed, Brenda Smith Myles & Gary M. Sasso. Social Skills for Students with Autism, 2nd Ed (Council for Exceptional Children, 1997). ISBN: 0865863024 .
  • Richard Simpson, ed, Brenda Smith Myles, Gary M. Sasso & Debra Kamps. Social Skills for Students with Autism (CEC Mini-Library, 1991). A second edition is available as of 1997. ISBN: 0865862028 (paperback). [autism,se]
  • Wallis A. Simpson. My Andrew: Day-to-Day Living with an ASD Child (iUniverse, 2004). http://www.iuniverse.com/bookstore/book_detail.asp?isbn=0595331130 ISBN: 0595331130 (paperback, 162 pages). [autism,account]
  • Liane Gentry Skye. Turn Around, Bright Eyes – Snapshots from a Voyage Out of Autism’s Silence (PageFree Publishing, 2002). ISBN: 1589610245 (paperback, 248 pages). [autism,account]
  • Gisela Slater-Walker & Christopher Slater-Walker. An Asperger Marriage (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). ISBN: 1843100177 (paperback, 160 pages).
  • Mindy Small & Lisa Kontente. Everyday Solutions: A Practical Guide for Families of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2003). ISBN: 1931282250 (paperback, 120 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Marcia Datlow Smith. Autism and Life in the Community: successful interventions for behavioral changes (Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, 1990). 290 pages. ISBN: 1557660352 .
  • Marcia Datlow Smith, Ronald G. Belcher & Patricia D. Juhrs. A Guide to Successful Employment for Individuals with Autism (Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, 1995). Comprehensive guide on vocational hiring of persons with autism. http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/smith-1715/index.htm ISBN: 1557661715 (paperback, 336 pages, 1997).
  • Marianne Smith. Things Beyond Our Seeing (Green Apple Publishing). Woman describes the benefits of adjusting the her autistic son Oliver’s diet. http://members.aol.com/msmithbook/ [autism,nutrition,account]
  • Melinda J. Smith. Teaching Playskills to Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (DRL Books, 2001). ISBN: 0966526635 (paperback). [autism,se]
  • Sobfey. Autism Bibliography (TASH, 1988). ISBN: 9991765905 (paperback). [autism,bibliography]
  • Alan Sohn & Cathy Grayson. Parenting Your Asperger Child: Individualized Solutions for Teaching Your Child Practical Skills (Penguin, 2005). ISBN: 0399530703 (paperback, 288 pages).
  • Susan Aud Sonders. Giggle Time – Establishing the Social Connection: A Program to Develop the Communication Skills of Children with Autism, AS, and PDD (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2002). Or 2003. ISBN: 1843107163 (paperback, 192 pages).
  • Special Learning Corporation. Autism: A Ref Book (Special Learning Corporation, 1984). Likely the same as the Bell book. ISBN: 0895684489 (hardcover). [autism]
  • Special Learning Corporation. Readings In Autism (Pearson Education, 1978). Part of the series Special Education. Periodical, from 1978. See revised edition by Bell. ISBN: 0895680084 . [autism]
  • Rex W. Speers & Cornelius Lansing. Group Therapy in Childhood Psychosis (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1965). Account of group therapy for children with autism and childhood schizophrenia (and a separate group for their parents). Claims it’s all the fault of the mothers. Reader’s comment: horrible, almost as bad as Bettelheim. [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Sheila R. Spensley. Frances Tustin: The Borderlands of Autism and Psychosis (London: Routledge, 1995). Part of the series The Makers of Modern Psychotherapy. Also, New York. ISBN: 0415092620 (hardcover, 176 pages); ISBN: 0415092639 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism,biography,psychoanalysis]
  • Virginia Walker Sperry & Sally Provence. Fragile Success: Nine Autistic Children, Childhood to Adulthood (North Haven, Conn.: Archon Books, 1995). Traces their lives for over 25 years. See also 2nd Edition. ISBN: 0208024131 (hardcover, 234 pages). [autism,account]
  • Virginia Walker Sperry & Sally Provence. Fragile Success: Nine Autistic Children, Childhood to Adulthood, 2nd Ed (Paul H. Brookes Pub Co., 2000). Traces their lives for over 30 years. http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/sperry-4587/index.htm ISBN: 1557664587 (paperback, 304 pages). [autism,account]
  • Beth Sposato, ed. The A Book, a collection of writings from ASA ADVOCATE, 1979-89 (Autism Society of NE, 7155 S. 75th, Lincoln, NE 68516). [autism]
  • Patricia Stacey. The Boy Who Loved Windows: Opening the Heart and Mind of a Child Threatened With Autism (Merloyd Lawrence Books, 2003). ISBN: 0738206660 (hardcover, 288 pages); ISBN: 073820966X (paperback, 300 pages, Da Capo Press, 2004).
  • Ashley Stanford. Asperger Syndrome and Long-Term Relationships (London: Jessica Kingsley, 2003). ISBN: 1843107341 (paperback, 272 pages).
  • Mike Stanton. Learning to Live With High Functioning Autism: A Parent’s Guide for Professionals (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2000). Written by a parent with professionals in mind. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/sta_lea.html ISBN: 1853029157 (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Cathy Steere. Too Wise To Be Mistaken, Too Good To Be Unkind: Christian Parents Contend With Autism (Grace and Truth Books, 2000). http://www.graceandtruthbooks.com/ ISBN: 1930133006 (paperback, 192 pages); ISBN: 1930133030 (paperback, 253 pages, Grace and Truth Books, 2005).
  • John Steffen & Paul Karoly, ed. Autism and Severe Psychopathology (Lexingtonbooks, 1982). Part of the series Advances in child behavioral analysis and therapy. 330 pages, hardcover. 2nd volume of the series. ISBN: 0669056391 . [autism]
  • Annabel Stehli, ed. Dancing in the Rain: Stories of Exceptional Progress by Parents of Children with Special Needs (Georgiana, 1995). Followup to The Sound of a Miracle: stories about families experiences with AIT. Not all the stories concern autism. Also tells what it is like to have super-sensitive hearing. ISBN: 0964483807 (paperback). [autism,account,ait]
  • Annabel Stehli. The Sound of a Miracle, A Child’s Triumph Over Autism (New York: Doubleday, 1991). Account of author’s daughter Georgiana’s astonishing recovery from autism after receiving Auditory Integration Training from Dr. Guy Berard, a physician in Annecy, France. Note the book is out in a second edition (below). http://www.vision3d.com/adhd/autism.shtml ISBN: 0380717395 ; ISBN: 0385411405 (4th Estate, 1992, paperback).
  • Annabel Stehli. The Sound of a Miracle, A Child’s Triumph Over Autism, 2nd edition (Gorgiana Organization Inc, 1997). ISBN: 0964483815 (paperback, 226 pages). [autism,account,ait]
  • Annabel Stehli, editor. Sound of Falling Snow: Children’s Stories of Recovery from Autism & Related Disorders (Beaufort Books, 2004). ISBN: 0825305322 (paperback, 241 pages). [
  • Kathryn Stewart. Helping a Child with Nonverbal Learning Disorder or Asperger’s Syndrome: A Parent’s Guide (New Harbinger Pubns, 2002). ISBN: 1572242779 (paperback, 200 pages). [disability,autism,aspergers,treatment]
  • Kathryn Stewart. Helping a Child with Nonverbal Learning Disorder or Asperger’s Syndrome: A Parent’s Guide, 2nd edition (New Harbinger Publications, 2007). ISBN: 1572245263 (paperback, 237 pages).
  • William Stillman. Autism and the God Connection (Sourcebooks, Inc, 2006). ISBN: 1402206496 (paperback, 256 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1402206498). [autism]
  • William Stillman. Demystifying the Autistic Experience: A Humanistic Introduction for Parents, Caregivers, and Educators (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). ISBN: 1843107260 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,account]
  • William Stillman.The Everything Parent’s Guide To Children With Asperger’s Syndrome: Help, Hope, and Guidance (Adams Media Corporation, 2005). Part of the series Everything Series. ISBN: 1593371535 (paperback, 301 pages). [autism,aspergers,parent]
  • Kevin P. Stoddart. Children, Youth And Adults With Asperger Syndrome: Integrating Multiple Perspectives (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843102684 (hardcover, 336 pages); ISBN: 1843103192 (paperback, 384 pages). [autism,aspergers,adult,adolescent]
  • Wendy Stone & Theresa Foy DiGeronimo. Does My Child Have Autism: A Parents Guide to Early Detection and Intervention in Autism Spectrum Disorders (Jossey-Bass, forthcoming). ISBN: 0787984507 (paperback, 288 pages, due 3/3/2006). [autism,parent]
  • Ian Stuart-Hamilton. An Asperger Dictionary of Everyday Expressions (Jessica Kingsley, 2004). ISBN: 1843101521 (paperback, 320 pages). [autism,aspergers,reference]
  • Uwe Stuecher. Tommy: a treatment study of an autistic child (Arlington, Va.: Council for Exceptional Children, 1972). 52 pages. Attempt to combine aversive-free behaviour modification techniques with relationship-building and play techniques to develop social interaction. ISBN: 0865860866 . [autism,account]
  • Lynley Summers. Autism is Not a Life Sentence: How One Family Took on Autism and WON! (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1931282889 (paperback, 203 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1931282888). [autism,account]
  • Joanne Suomi, Lisa Ruble & Nancy J. Dalrymple. Let Community Employment be the Goal for Individuals with Autism (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1992). 61 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism,adult]
  • Fern Sussman. More Than Words: Helping Parents Promote Communication and Social Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Toronto: Hanen Centre, 1999). Paperback, 424 pages. http://www.hanen.org/resources_autism.shtml ISBN: 0921145144 (paperback). [autism]
  • Nina Sutton. Bettelheim: A Life and Legacy (Basic Books, 1996). Reader: tries to excuse Bettelheim, gets through the whole book without really mentioning that his views on autism were wrong; read Pollak’s biography instead! ISBN: 0465006353 ; ISBN: 0813390990 (paperback, 606 pages, Westview Press, 1997). [autism,biography,psychoanalysis]
  • Wilma K. Sweeney. The Special-Needs Reading List: An Annotated Guide to the Best Publications for Parents and Professionals (Woodbine House, 1998). Part of the series Special Needs. Covers numerous special needs including autism. Includes reviews of books, journals, newsletters, organizations, and other information sources on children with disabilities. ISBN: 0933149743 (paperback, 300 pages).
  • Peter Szatmari. A Mind Apart: Understanding Children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome (Guilford Press, 2004). ISBN: 1593850301 (hardcover, 210 pages); ISBN: 1572305444 (paperback, 210 pages, Guildford Press, 2004). [autism,aspergers]
  • Stanislaus Andrew Szurek, ed. & I. N. Berlin, ed.. Clinical Studies in Childhood Psychoses: 25 Years in Collaborative Treatment and Research: The Langley Porter Children’s Service (New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1973). Reader: parent-blaming psychoanalytic writings on autism. ISBN: 0876300603 . [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Helen Tager-Flusberg. Autism and Williams Syndrome (Psychology Press (UK), forthcoming). Part of the series Essays in Developmental Psychology. ISBN: 1841690082 (hardcover, 275 pages, due 12/30/2005).
  • Karen Loden Talmage. Climbing Art Obstacles in Autism (Tasks Galore). http://www.tasksgalore.com/
  • Daniel Tammet. Born On A Blue Day: Inside the Extraordinary Mind of an Autistic Savant (Free Press, 2007). ISBN: 1416549013 (paperback, 256 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Pamela B. Tanguay & Sue Thompson. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at School: Educating Students with NLD, Asperger Syndrome and Related Conditions (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). ISBN: 1853029416 (paperback, 304 pages). [disability,autism,aspergers,treatment]
  • Digby Tantam. A Mind of One’s Own, 2nd edition (National Autism Society, 1991). [autism,aspergers]
  • Digby Tantam. A Mind of One’s Own: a guide to the special difficulties and needs of the more able person with autism, for parents, professionals and people with autism (1988). [autism,aspergers]
  • Digby Tantam & Sue Prestwood. A Mind of One’s Own, 3rd edition (London: National Autism Society, 1999). ISBN: 189928009X (paperback, 40 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Andor Joseph Tari. Annotated bibliography of autism, 1943-1983 (Guelph: Ontario Society for Autistic Children, 1985). ISBN: 0889550352 .
  • TEACCH. Visually Structured Tasks: Independent Activities for Students with Autism and Other Visual Learners (Chapel Hill School of Medicine, 1996).
  • George Thomas, Phil Whitaker, Penny Barrett, Heather Clewley, Heather Joy & Mo Potter. Asperger Syndrome – Practical Strategies for the Classroom: A Teacher’s Guide (Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2002). ISBN: 1931282080 (paperback, 60 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Adelle Jameson Tilton. The Everything Parent’s Guide to Children With Autism: Know What to Expect, Find the Help You Need, and Get Through the Day (Adams Media Corporation, 2004). Part of the series Everything Series. ISBN: 1593370415 (paperback, 304 pages).
  • Elisabeth A. Tinbergen & Niko Tinbergen. Early Childhood Autism: An Ethological Approach (Berlin: Parey, 1972). Part of the series Advances in Ethology. Number 10 in the series. ISBN: 3489780361 (53 pages).
  • Niko A. Tinbergen & Elisabeth A. Tinbergen. “Autistic” Children: New Hope for a Cure (London: Allen & Unwin, 1983). Also Boston. 362 pages. Describes holding therapy. Written by a Nobel Laureate (in ethology rather than psychology) judged to have gone off the deep end by some. He favored the theory that autism was caused by inadequate bonding between child and mother. ISBN: 0041570111 ; ISBN: 0041570103 . [autism,holding]
  • Niko Tinbergen & Elisabeth A. Tinbergen. Bambini autistici (Milano: Adelphi, 1984). I think this is a translation of one of their English books [autism,italian]
  • David Tomlinson. Luckier than Most (Hodder & Stoughton, 1992). Autobiography of the movie actor (Marry Poppins, etc), includes some account of his autistic son. ISBN: 0340534842 (hardcover). [autism,account]
  • Darold A. Treffert. Extraordinary People: Understanding Savant Syndrome (New York: Harper and Row, 1989). This is not specifically about autism but is about savants, people with extraordinary abilities. Also called Extraordinary People: Understanding ‘Idiot Savants’. ISBN: 0345365844 . [autism,account]
  • Laura Tremelloni. Arctic Spring: Potential for Growth in Adults With Psychosis And Autism (Karnac Books, forthcoming). ISBN: 1855753146 (paperback, 260 pages, due 11/30/2005). [autism,adult,disability]
  • Colwyn Trevarthen, ed, Kenneth J. Aitken & Despina Padoudi. Children with Autism: Diagnosis and Intervention to Meet Their Needs (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1995). Second edition is available (see below). Reviews the research and current approaches. Includes chapter on music therapy. Possibly also known as Autism in children: Diagnosis and Interventions to meet their needs ISBN: 1853023140 (paperback, 228 pages).
  • Colwyn Trevarthen, Kenneth Aitken, Despina Papoudi & Jacqueline Robarts. Children with Autism: Diagnosis and Intervention to Meet Their Needs, 2nd ed (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1998). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/tre_chi.html ISBN: 1853025550 (paperback, 280 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • Maryann Colby Trott, Susan Winndock & Marci Laurel. SenseAbilities: Understanding Sensory Integration (Therapy Skill Builders, 1993). ISBN: 0761642838 (paperback, package of five books). [autism]
  • Luke Tsai. Taking the Mystery Out of Medications in Autism/Asperger’s Syndromes (Future Horizons, 2001). ISBN: 1885477805 (paperback, 440 pages). [autism,aspergers,treatment]
  • Ann P. Turnbull & H. Rutherford Turnbull, III. Parents Speak Out: Views from the Other Side of the Two-Way Mirror (Columbus: C.E. Merrill, 1978). c1978. Story of her step-son Jay. ISBN: 0675010438 (paperback, 210 pages). [autism,account]
  • Frances Tustin. Autism and Childhood Psychosis (London: Hogarth Press, 1972). ISBN: 0701203609 (200 pages); ISBN: 1855751100 (Brunner/Mazel, 1995); ISBN: 0876680554 (Science House, New York). [autism]
  • Frances Tustin. Autistic Barriers in Neurotic Patients (London: Karnac, 1986). 326 pages. A psychoanalytic view of Autism (Note: the psychoanalytic theories are no longer wide held). Frances Tustin developed a hypothesis that “early-childhood autism is a two-stage illness: the first stage being an unduly close association with the mother, the father often being virtually absent or excluded. Such a child has been described as a `cork child’ to plug the hole of the mother’s depression and loneliness. The second stage is when this over-vulnerable, ‘hot-housed’ child inevitably becomes aware of bodily separateness. This is in such a sudden and painful way for it to be a life-threatening disaster. It is traumatic.” She seems to have been active in UK and has good contacts with psychiatrists in USA, Italy, France and Spain. ISBN: 0300038402 . [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Frances Tustin. Autistic States in Children (Routledge & Paul, 1981). Written by a psychologist and puts forth the idea that autism in some children is of psychological origin. [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Frances Tustin. Autistic States in Children, Revised Edition (London: Tavistock/Routledge, 1992). ISBN: 0415081297 (New York, paperback, 255 pages). [autism,psychoanalysis]
  • Frances Tustin. The Protective Shell in Children and Adults (London: Karnac Books, 1990). 241 pages. Distributed in USA by Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0946439818 (paperback, Brunner/Mazel).
  • Diane Twachtman-Cullen. How To Be A Para Pro: A comprehensive Training Manual for ParaProfessionals (Higganum, CT: Starfish Press, 2000). http://www.starfishpress.com/pages/p7prod.html ISBN: 0966652916 (spiral bound, 200 pages). [autism,se]
  • Diane Twachtman-Cullen. A Passion to Believe: Autism and the Facilitated communication Phenomenon (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1998). Part of the series Essays in Developmental Science. Skeptical of FC. Author concludes the communications are coming from the facilitators. Reader: written with a lot of sensitivity and respect for the autistic people involved. ISBN: 0813390982 (hardcover, 240 pages).
  • Glenn Vatter. Billy, A family’s experience with multiply disabled child (Jamesville, NY: Private printing, 1997). Billy has autism and Down syndrome. No ISBN. http://www.altonweb.com/cs/downsyndrome/books.html#vatter
  • Peter Vermeulen. Autistic Thinking–This Is the Title (Taylor & Francis Group, 2001). ISBN: 1853029955 (paperback).
  • Rudi Verspoor & Patty Smith. Autism: The Journey Back, Recovering the Self Through Heilkunst (Hahnemann Center for Heilkunst, 2005). About a system of medicine called Heilkunst. ISBN: 0968516696 (paperback, 199 pages). [autism,treatment]
  • George Victor. The Riddle of Autism: a Psychological Analysis (Lexington, Mass.: Lexingtonbooks, 1983). Part of the series The Master work series. ISBN: 0669064475 (335 pages); ISBN: 1568215738 (paperback, 356 pages, Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson). [autism]
  • Fred R. Volkmar, editor & Ian M. Goodyer, editor. Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 2nd edition (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming). Part of the series Cambridge Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. ISBN: 0521549574 (paperback, due 4/30/2006). [autism,pdd,text]
  • Fred R. Volkmar, editor, Rhea Paul, editor, Ami Klin, editor & Donald J. Cohen, editor. Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Volume One, Diagnosis, Development, Neurobiology, and Behavior (John Wiley & Sons, 2005). First of two volumes of 3rd edition of the handbook. ISBN: 0471716960 (hardcover, 792 pages). [autism,intro,text]
  • Fred R. Volkmar, editor, Rhea Paul, editor, Ami Klin, editor & Donald J. Cohen, editor. Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Volume Two, Assessment, Interventions, and Policy (John Wiley & Sons, 2005). Second of two volumes of 3rd edition of the handbook. ISBN: 0471716979 (hardcover, 696 pages).
  • Fred Volkmar, ed. Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (Cambridge University Press, 1998). Part of the series Cambridge Monographs in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. ISBN: 0521553865 (hardcover, 220 pages). [autism,pdd]
  • Fred R. Volkmar. Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 3rd edition (John Wiley & Sons, 2005). Two volume set. ISBN: 0471716987 (hardcover, 1200 pages).
  • Fred R. Volkmar, ed. Psychoses and Pervasive Developmental Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence (Amer Psychiatric Press, 1996). Includes chapters on a number of psychoses including autism and Asperger’s syndrome. ISBN: 1882103017 (hardcover).
  • Fred R. Volkmar & Lisa A. Wiesner. Healthcare for Children on the Autism Spectrum: A Guide to Medical, Nutritional, and Behavioral Issues (Woodbine House, 2004). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 0933149972 (paperback, 376 pages).
  • Ljiljana Vuletic, Michel Ferrari & Teodor Mihail. Transfer Boy: Perspectives on Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843102137 (paperback, 192 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Sheila Wagner. Inclusive Programming for Elementary Students With Autism (Future Horizons, 1999). ISBN: 1885477546 (paperback, 173 pages). [autism,se]
  • Sheila Wagner. Inclusive Programming for Middle School Students With Autism (Future Horizons, 2001). ISBN: 1885477848 (paperback, 205 pages). [autism,se]
  • Junee Waites & Helen Swinbourne. Smiling at Shadows: A Mother’s Journey Raising an Autistic Child (Ulysses Press, 2002). ISBN: 1569753237 (paperback, 253 pages).
  • Kate Wall. Autism and Early Years Practice: A Guide for Early Years Professionals, Teachers and Parents (Paul Chapman Educational Publishing, 2004). ISBN: 1412901278 (hardcover, 184 pages); ISBN: 1412901286 (paperback, 184 pages). [autism]
  • Mitzi Waltz. Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Understanding the Diagnosis and Getting Help, 2nd edition (Sebastopol, CA: Patient-Centered Guides, 2002). I presume this is the second edition of Pervasive Developmental Disorders. ISBN: 0596500130 (paperback, 528 pages).
  • Mitzi Waltz. Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Diagnosis, Options, and Answers (Future Horizons, 2003). ISBN: 1932565000 (paperback, 402 pages). [autism,pdd]
  • Mitzi Waltz. Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Finding a Diagnosis and Getting Help (O’Reilly & Associates, 1999). Part of the series Patient-Centered Guidelines. http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/pdd/ See also Mitzi Waltz’s revised edition of this book under the new title Autistic Spectrum Disorders. ISBN: 1565925300 (paperback, 577 pages). [autism,pdd]
  • Alan J. Ward, H. Allen Handford & Virginia M. Leith. Childhood Autism and Structural Therapy: Selected Papers on Early Childhood Autism (Nelson-Hall Co, 1976). ISBN: 0911012567 (hardcover). [autism]
  • Armorer Wason. Constructive Campaigning for Autism Services: The Pace Parents’ Handbook (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). ISBN: 1843103877 (paperback, 128 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1843103875). [autism,parent]
  • Stella Waterhouse. A Positive Approach to Autism (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). Foreword by Donna Williams. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/wat_pos.html ISBN: 1853028088 (paperback, 272 pages). [autism]
  • Linda R. Watson, Catherine Lord, Bruce Schaffer & Eric Schopler. Teaching Spontaneous Communication to Autistic and Developmentally Handicapped Children (New York: Irvington Publishers Inc., 1988). Part of the series Individualized Assessment and Treatment for Autistic and Developmentally Disabled Children. Includes proposed assessment test for communication skills. ISBN: 0829018328 (hardcover); ISBN: 0890795282 (paperback, 139 pages, Pro Ed, 1991). [autism,teacch]
  • Stanley J. Watson, ed. Biology of schizophrenia and affective disease (Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 1996). ISBN: 0880487461 (hardcover, 535 pages.). [autism]
  • James T. Webb, Edward R. Amend, Nadia E. Webb, Jean Goerss, Paul Beljan & Richard Olenchak. Misdiagnosis and Dual Diagnosis of Gifted Children and Adults: ADHD, Bipolar, OCD, Asperger’s, Depression, and Other Disorders (Great Potential Press, 2005). ISBN: 0910707642 (hardcover, 264 pages); ISBN: 0910707677 (paperback, 265 pages). [general,aspergers,autism]
  • Doris Weber. Der fruhkindliche Autismus unter dem Aspekt der Entwicklung (Bern: Hans Huber, 1970). 117 pages. [autism,german]
  • Christopher D. Webster, ed. Autism, New Directions in Research and Education (New York: Pergamon Press, 1980). Part of the series Pergamon General Psychology. 282 pages. 87th in series ISBN: 0080250831 .
  • Mary Jane Weiss & Sandra L. Harris. Reaching Out, Joining In: Teaching Social Skills to Young Children With Autism (Woodbine House, 2001). Part of the series Topics in Autism. ISBN: 1890627240 (paperback, 240 pages).
  • Jude Welton. Can I Tell You About Asperger Syndrome?: A Guide for Friends and Family (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2003). ISBN: 1843102064 (paperback, 48 pages).
  • Jude Welton. What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? An Illustrated Guide to Understanding Metaphors (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843102072 (paperback, 128 pages).
  • P. T. B. Weston, ed.
  • Some approaches to teaching autistic children (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1965). Part of the series The Commonwealth and international library of science, technology, engineering and liberal studies. Also New York. 74 pages. Published on behalf of the Society for Autistic Children. [autism,se]
  • Amy M. Wetherby, ed & Barry M. Prizant, ed.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Transactional Developmental Perspective (Paul H. Brookes, 2000). Part of the series Communication and Language Intervention. Volume 9 in series. http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/wetherby-4455/index.htm ISBN: 1557664455 (hardcover, 432 pages). [autism]
  • Susan Stanhope Wexler.
  • The Story of Sandy (Bobbs-Merrill, 1955). I heard this mentioned as an account of autism, but am not sure. From an online review, I gather it has a lot to do with how Sandy was raised. There is a 1970 paperback edition. ISBN: 0451081021 (Signet, Revised edition 1957). [autism,account]
  • Thelma Wheatley.
  • Life on Hold: A Mother and Son’s Journey Through Autism (2003). ISBN: 1894663330 (paperback, 272 pages). [autism,account]
  • Thelma Wheatley.
  • My Sad is All Gone: A Family’s Triumph over Violent Autism (Lucky Press, 2004). ISBN: 0976057603 (paperback, 290 pages). [autism,account]
  • Marci Wheeler, Suzie Rimstidt, Susan Gray & Valerie DePalma.
  • Facts About Autism (1990). 17 page booklet. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html
  • Maria Wheeler.
  • Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism and Related Disorders: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents and Teachers (Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 1998). See 2nd edition. Also Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999 http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/whe_toi.html http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/book2.html ISBN: 1885477457 (paperback, 122 pages). [autism,se,parent]
  • Maria Wheeler.
  • Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism or Other Developmental Issues, 2nd Edition (Future Horizons, 2007). ISBN: 1932565493 (paperback, 133 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1932565492).
  • Kevin Whelan.
  • Izzy Baia (Marino Books, 1998). A carer’s thoughts on autism. The author cared for Brian O’Connor, a 16-year-old with autism. ISBN: 186023075X (paperback, 80 pages).
  • Philip Whitaker.
  • Challenging Behaviour And Autism: Making Sense-Making Progress (National Autistic Society, 2001). ISBN: 1899280510 (paperback, 125 pages); ISBN: 1931282072 (paperback, 132 pages, Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2002). [autism]
  • P. Whitely & P. Shattock.
  • Guidelines for Implementation of a Gluten and/or Casein Free Diet with People with Autism or Associated Spectrum Disorders (Autism Research Unit). Oriented toward food sources available in the UK. [autism,allergy]
  • Debra Whorton, Dale Walker, Jill McGrale & David Rotholz.
  • Alternative instructional strategies for students with autism and other developmental disabilities : peer tutoring and group teaching procedures (Austin, Texas: Pro-Ed, 1988). ISBN: 0890791511 (65 pages). [autism,se]
  • Barbara Wilcox & A. Thompson, ed.
  • Critical issues in educating autistic children and youth (Washington, D.C.: NSAC, 1981). ISBN: 0914797239 (Brookline Books, 1986). [autism,adolescent]
  • Liane Holliday Willey, editor.
  • Asperger Syndrome in Adolescence: Living with the Ups, the Downs and Things in Between (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2003). ISBN: 1843107422 (paperback, 336 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Liane Holliday Willey.
  • Asperger Syndrome in the Family: Redefining Normal (London: Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). Amazon lists publisher as ‘Taylor & Francis’ ISBN: 1853028738 (paperback, 172 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Liane Holliday Willey.
  • Pretending to be Normal: Living with Asperger’s Syndrome (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). Foreword by Tony Attwood. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/hol_pre.html ISBN: 1853027499 (paperback, 144 pages). [autism,aspergers,account]
  • Chris Williams & Barry Wright.
  • How to Live With Autism and Asperger Syndrome: Practical Strategies for Parents and Professionals (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 184310184X (paperback, 336 pages). [autism,aspergers]
  • Donna Williams.
  • Autism and Sensing: The Unlost Instinct (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1998). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/wil_aut.html ISBN: 1853026123 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism]
  • Donna Williams.
  • Autism: an Inside-Out Approach: an Innovative Look at the ‘Mechanics’ of ‘Autism’ and Its Developmental Cousins (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996). USA: Taylor and Francis, 1996. Description of different aspects of autism as experienced by autistic people. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/wil_aut_ins.html ISBN: 1853023876 (paperback, 320 pages). [autism]
  • Donna Williams.
  • Everyday Heaven: Journeys Beyond the Stereotypes of Autism (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843102110 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism,account]
  • Donna Williams.
  • Exposure Anxiety – The Invisible Cage: An Exploration of Self-Protection Response in the Autism Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2003). ISBN: 1843100517 (paperback, 320 pages). [autism]
  • Donna Williams.
  • The Jumbled Jigsaw: An Insider’s Approach to the Treatment of ‘cluster Conditions’ in the ‘autism Spectrum’ And Beyond (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, forthcoming). ISBN: 1843102811 (paperback, 304 pages, due 11/15/2005). [autism]
  • Donna Williams.
  • Like Color to the Blind: Soul Searching and Soul Finding (New York: Times Books, 1996). Canada: Doubleday. Third in series. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/wil_nob.html ISBN: 0385255950 (paperback, Doubleday, 1996); ISBN: 0812926404 (paperback, 288 pages); ISBN: 1853027200 (Jessica Kingsley, 1998). [autism,account]
  • Donna Williams.
  • Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic (Random, 1992). Doubleday, 1992. 219 pages. Also Corgi Books. The autobiography of an autistic woman; bestseller in early 1993. Shows an autistic person surviving an abusive family situation; painful to read. List member reactions: some describe it as truly amazing and very valuable; others don’t recommend it at all. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/wil_nob.html ISBN: 0385254253 ; ISBN: 0552995126 (paperback, Corgi, 1993); ISBN: 0380722178 (paperback, 248 pages, Avon Books, 1994); ISBN: 0812920422 (hardcover, 219 pages, New York: Time Books, 1992, LCCN: 92-053669); ISBN: 1853027189 (Jessica Kingsley, 1998); ISBN: 0944993818 (audio cassette, abridged, Audio Literature, 1994). [autism,account]
  • Donna Williams.
  • Not Just Anything (Future Horizons, 1995). Reader: a number of autistic people…are quite attached to it. ISBN: 1885477155 (paperback, 180 pages); ISBN: 1843102285 (paperback, 144 pages, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). [autism,account]
  • Donna Williams.
  • Somebody Somewhere: Breaking Free from the World of Autism (1993). Also Doubleday, 1994. Donna explores the four years since her diagnosis and her attempts to leave her ‘world under glass’ and live normally. Shows some of the distortions of perception an autistic person may have, and possibilities for un-learning them. But hard to read without having 1st read the other book, as it refers to events in that book. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/wil_nob.html ISBN: 0812925246 (paperback, Times Books, 1995); ISBN: 0812922875 (hardcover, 238 pages, New York: Time Books, 1994); ISBN: 0385255004 (paperback, Bantam Books of Canada); ISBN: 1853027197 (paperback, 208 pages, Jessica Kingsley, 1998, 1995); ISBN: 0552141984 (paperback, 288 pages, Corgi, 1995); ISBN: 0944993869 (audio cassette, abridged, Audio Literature, 1994). [autism,account]
  • Clarissa Willis.
  • Teaching Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (Gryphon House, 2006). ISBN: 0876590083 (paperback, 224 pages). [autism,se]
  • Stephen Wiltshire.
  • Cities (London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1989). Pictures by an autistic. [autism,account]
  • Stephen Wiltshire.
  • Drawings (London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1987). Pictures by an autistic. [autism,account]
  • Stephen Wiltshire.
  • Floating Cities: Venice, Amsterdam, Leningrad and Moscow (London: Michael Joseph, 1991). 146 pages. Also New York: Summit, 1991. Pictures by an autistic artist, age 16. Forward by Oliver Sacks. [autism,account]
  • Stephen Wiltshire.
  • Stephen Wiltshire’s American Dream (London: Michael Joseph, 1993). Also New York: Summit, 1993 [autism,account]
  • John Kenneth Wing, ed.
  • Early Childhood Autism: Clinical, Educational and Social Aspects (New York: Pergamon Press, 1966). Part of the series Pergamon International Library of Science, Technology, Engineering and Social Studies. 333 pages. Reader: an amazingly modern book, especially since it was published before The Empty Fortress. ISBN: 0080171788 . [autism]
  • Lorna Wing, ed.
  • Aspects of Autism: Biological Research (London: Gaskell, 1988). Part of the series Gaskell Psychiatry. From conference at the University of Kent, 18-20 September, 1987. [autism,proceedings]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • Autistic Children: a guide for parents and professionals (New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1972). 157 pages. Second edition available (below). ISBN: 0094630100 (hardcover, Academic Press Canada, 1980); ISBN: 0806504080 (paperback, 249 pages, Citadel Press, 1979). [autism,intro,parent]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • Autistic Children: a guide for parents and professionals, 2nd ed (Brunner/Mazel, 1985). 174 pages. Also, Citadel Press, New Jersey. ISBN: 0876300522 ; ISBN: 0876303912 (hardcover, 176 pages). [autism,intro,parent]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • Autistic Continuum Disorders, 2nd ed (National Autistic Society, 1993). [autism]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • The Autistic Spectrum: a guide for parents and professionals (Constable Publishers, 1996). Also Trans-Atlantic Publications, 1997 http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/spectrum.html See second edition. Reader: Excellent: either this or Bryna Siegel’s The World of the Autistic Child would be a perfect place for a parent who’s just heard their child’s diagnosis to start; Both are very up-to-date and cover the whole spectrum, but Wing’s book tends to cover educational resources in the UK rather than the US, while Siegel’s in the other way around. ISBN: 0094751609 (hardcover, 208 pages). [autism]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • The Autistic Spectrum: a guide for parents and professionals, 2nd edition (Constable and Robinson, 2003). ISBN: 1841196746 (paperback, 239 pages). [autism]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • The Autistic Spectrum: A Parents’ Guide to Understanding and Helping Your Child (Ulysses Press, 2001). This is perhaps an update of Lorna Wing’s The Autistic Spectrum: a guide for parents and professionals. ISBN: 1569752575 (paperback, 240 pages). [autism,parent]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • Children Apart: autistic children and their families (London: British Medical Association in conjunction with the National Association for Mental Health, 1970). Part of the series A Family doctor booklet. 31 pages ISBN: 0900221240 . [autism]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • Children Apart: autistic children and their families (London: National Association for Mental Health, 1973). Revised edition. 24 pages. ISBN: 0900557184 . [autism]
  • Lorna Wing, ed.
  • Early Childhood Autism: Clinical, Educational, and Social Aspects, 2nd ed (New York: Pergamon Press, 1976). 342 pages. Also Oxford. [autism]
  • Lorna Wing.
  • Les Enfants autistes (Association au service des inadaptes ayant des troubles de la personnalite, 1969). 31 pages. Translation of Autistic Children. [autism,french]
  • Michelle G. Winner.
  • Enhancing Communication in Individuals with Autism Through the Use of Pictures & Words (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1989). Part of the series Functional Programming for People with Autism. 17 pages. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html [autism]
  • Michelle Garcia Winner.
  • Inside Out: What Makes the Person with Social-cognitive Deficits Tick? (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2002). ISBN: 1843100959 (paperback). [autism]
  • Michelle Garcia Winner.
  • Think Social! A Social Thinking Curriculum for School-Age Students for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills to students with High Functioning Autism, PDD-NOS, Asperger Syndrome, Nonverbal Learning Disability, ADHD (Michelle Garcia Winner, 2005). ISBN: 0970132042 (paperback, 338 pages). [autism,aspergers,social,se]
  • Michelle Garcia Winner.
  • Thinking About You, Thinking About Me: Philosophy and Strategies for Facilitating the Development of Perspective Taking for Students with Social Cognitive Deficits (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2003). ISBN: 184310752X (paperback). [autism]
  • Michelle Garcia Winner.
  • Worksheets! For Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills: Breaking Down Concepts for Teaching Students with High Functioning Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Pdd-nos, Nonverbal Learning Disability, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Adhd (Think Social Publishing, 2005). ISBN: 0970132034 (paperback, 256 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Matt Winter.
  • Asperger Syndrome: What Teachers Need to Know (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2003). ISBN: 1843101432 (paperback, 96 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Nancy Wiseman.
  • Could It Be Autism?: A Parent’s Guide to the First Signs and Next Steps (Broadway, forthcoming). ISBN: 0767919726 (hardcover, 224 pages); ISBN: 0767919734 (paperback, 272 pages, Broadway, 2007, ISBN-13: 978-0767919739). [autism,parent]
  • Pamela Wolfberg.
  • Integrated Play Groups (San Francisco State University, Dept. of Special Education). Includes information on modelling. [autism]
  • Pamela J. Wolfberg.
  • Play and Imagination in Children With Autism (New York: Teachers College Press, 1999). Part of the series Special Education Series. ISBN: 080773814X (paperback, 208 pages); ISBN: 0807738158 (hardcover, 208 pages). [autism,se]
  • Pamela J. Wolfberg & Adriana L. Schuler.
  • Peer Play and the Autism Spectrum: The Art of Guiding Children’s Socialization and Imagination (Shawnee Mission, KS: Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2003). ISBN: 193128217X (paperback, 288 pages). [autism]
  • Pamela Wolfe & John T. Neisworth.
  • Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005). ISBN: 0805894861 (paperback, 64 pages). [autism,behavioral]
  • Bob Woodward & Marga Hogenboom.
  • Autism: A Holistic Approach (Floris Books, 2001). Foreword by Colwyn Trevarthen. ISBN: 0863153119 (paperback). [autism,se]
  • Sarah Worth.
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders (Continuum International Publishing Group, forthcoming). Part of the series SEN. ISBN: 0826479944 (paperback, 112 pages, due 2/28/2006). [autism]
  • Mary Wrobel.
  • Taking Care of Myself: A Personal Curriculum for Young People with Autism/Asperger’s (Future Horizons, 2003). ISBN: 1885477945 (paperback, 270 pages). [autism,aspergers,se]
  • Elisabeth Wurst.
  • Autismus (Bern: H. Huber, 1976). Part of the series Arbeiten zur Theorie und Praxis der Rehabilitation in Medizin, Psychologie unde Sonderpadagogic. 140 pages. [autism,german]
  • Ellen Yack, Shirley Sutton & Paula Aquilla.
  • Building Bridges through Sensory Integration: Occupational Therapy for children with Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (Toronto: 1998). See second edition. [autism,ot,pdd]
  • Ellen Yack, Shirley Sutton & Paula Aquilla.
  • Building Bridges through Sensory Integration: Occupational Therapy for children with Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (Sensory Resources, 2003). ISBN: 1931615128 (hardcover, 208 pages); ISBN: 1932565450 (spiral-bound, 207 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1932565454, Future Horizons, 2003). [autism,ot,pdd]
  • Herbert Yahraes.
  • New light on autism and other puzzling disorders of childhood (Rockville, Md.: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1978). Part of the series National Institute of Mental Health Science Reports. 19 pages. [autism]
  • Diane Yapko.
  • Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders: Frequently Asked Questions (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2003). ISBN: 1843107562 (paperback, 176 pages). [autism]
  • Dianne E. Berkell Zager.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders: Identification, Education, and Treatment, 3rd edition (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004). ISBN: 080584578X (hardcover, 589 pages); ISBN: 0805845798 (paperback, 589 pages, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004). [autism,se,treatment]
  • Dianne E. Berkell Zager, ed.
  • Autism: Identification, Education and Treatment, 2nd edition (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999). Collection of papers. See third edition. ISBN: 0805820434 (hardcover); ISBN: 0805820442 (paperback, due February 1999). [autism,se,treatment]
  • Zosia Zaks.
  • Life and Love: Positive Strategies for Autistic Adults (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1931282935 (paperback, 367 pages). [autism,adult]
  • M. Zappella.
  • Autismo infantile. Studi sull’affettivita e le emozioni (Roma: NIS, 1996). M. Zappella is a proponent of holding therapy. [autism,italian]
  • M. Zappella.
  • I bambini autistici, l’holding e la famiglia (Roma: NIS, 1987). M. Zappella is a proponent of holding therapy. [autism,italian]
  • Karen Zelan.
  • Between Their World and Ours: Breakthroughs with Autistic Children (St. Martin’s Press, 2003). ISBN: 0312313756 (hardcover, 320 pages). [autism]
  • Courtney L. Zietzke.
  • Mercury: The Winged Messenger (Authorhouse, 2004). ISBN: 1418437816 (paperback, 216 pages). [autism,vaccine]
  • Dietmar Zoeller.
  • Ich gebe nicht auf: Aufzeichnungen und Briefe eines autistischen jungen Mannes, der versucht, sich die Welt zu oeffnen (Bern: Scherz Verlag, 1992). Ich gebe nicht auf: I won’t give up. ISBN: 3502188866 (Scherz, 224 pages); ISBN: 3423304529 (DTV, 1995). [autism,account,fc,german]
  • Dietmar Zoeller.
  • Wenn ich mit euch reden konnte: Ein autistischer Junge beschreibt sein Leben. ISBN: 3502188858 (Scherz, 1989); ISBN: 342311455X (DTV, 1991); ISBN: 3423300183 (DTV, 1992). [autism,german]
  • Veronica Zysk, editor.
  • The Best of Autism Digest: Outstanding Selections from over Four Years of Issues (Future Horizons, forthcoming). ISBN: 193256523X (paperback, 240 pages, due 12/31/2005). [autism]
  • Veronica Zysk & Ellen Notbohm.
  • 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching or Raising Children with ASD (Future Horizons, 2004). ISBN: 1932565191 (paperback, 218 pages). [autism]

  • Fiction books that include an autistic character
  • Ann Bauer.
  • A Wild Ride Up the Cupboards (Scribner, forthcoming). ISBN: 0743269497 (hardcover, 288 pages, due September 2005). [autism,fiction]
  • Simon Beckett.
  • Owning Jacob (Hodder and Stoughton, 1998). ISBN: 0340685948 (hardcover, 343 pages); ISBN: 0340685956 (paperback, 343 pages, 1999). [autism,fiction]
  • Melina Gerosa Bellows.
  • Wish (NAL Trade, forthcoming). ISBN: 0451216539 (paperback, 304 pages, due 10/4/2005). [fiction,autism,aspergers]
  • David Bischoff.
  • Grounded (Pocket Books, 1993). Part of the series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Number 25 in the series. Has autistic character and treats the person as someone needing treatment. ISBN: 0671797476 (paperback). [autism,fiction]
  • Elizabeth Burns.
  • Tilt (Sourcebooks Landmark, 2003). ISBN: 1402200412 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 0425195929 (paperback, 304 pages, Berkley Publishing Group, 2004); ISBN: 1574905775 (hardcover, large print, Thomas T. Beeler, due May, 2005). [autism,fiction]
  • Diane L. Carey & Todd C. Hamilton, illustrator.
  • Cadet Kirk (Minstrel Books, 1996). Part of the series Star Trek Starfleet Academy. Third of the series. I was told that the first three books of the Starfleet Academy series include an autistic character. ISBN: 0671000772 (paperback). [autism,fiction]
  • Carmen Carter.
  • The Children of Hamlin (Pocket Books, 1988). Part of the series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Reader describes children as autistic. ISBN: 0671735551 . [autism,fiction]
  • Barbara D’Amato.
  • Death of a Thousand Cuts (Forge Books, 2004). Mystery, includes autism and Freudian psychology as themes. ISBN: 0765303450 (hardcover, 352 pages). [autism,fiction]
  • Anita Desai.
  • Clear Light of Day (London: Heinemann, 1980). Story of two sisters. One character, their brother, is autistic. ISBN: 0434186333 (hardcover, 183 pages); ISBN: 0140108599 (paperback, reprint edition, Penguin USA, 1990); ISBN: 0618074511 (paperback, Houghton Mifflin, 2000). [autism,fiction]
  • Philip K. Dick.
  • Martian Timeslip. Science Fiction book that includes a young autistic character. A reader says Dick gained his knowledge when he babysat a ten year old with autism. ISBN: 0679761675 (paperback, 262 pages, reissue edition, Vintage Books, 1995). [autism,fiction]
  • David Eddings.
  • The Belgrad (Ballantine Books, 1997). Reader describes one character as autistic. I think the character persists in the series and in a followup series The Malloreon. ISBN: 0345418875 . [autism,fiction]
  • Jennifer Elder.
  • Different Like Me: My Book of Autism Heroes (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). For ages 9-12. ISBN: 1843108151 (hardcover, 48 pages). [autism,fiction]
  • Mary Essinger.
  • Wounded Bird of Paradise (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843102560 (paperback, 142 pages). [fiction,autism,aspergers]
  • William Faulkner.
  • The Sound And The Fury (1929). Faulkner’s first major novel. One character, Benji, appears to be autistic. ISBN: 0075536668 (paperback, McGraw Hill College, 1946). [autism,fiction]
  • Barbara Fischkin.
  • Confidential Sources (Delta, 2006). http://barbarafischkin.com/ ISBN: 0385338007 (paperback, 352 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0385338004). [autism,fiction]
  • Alan Fisk.
  • Cupid and the Silent Goddess (Twenty First Century Publishers, 2003). A fictional character of the story, Angelina, is autistic. ISBN: 1904433081 (paperback, 216 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1904433088). [fiction,autism]
  • Eli Gottlieb.
  • The Boy Who Went Away (St. Martins Pr., 1997). Main character is an adolescent boy with an autistic brother. ISBN: 0312150709 (hardcover, 208 pages); ISBN: 0553379275 (paperback, 240 pages, Bantam, 1998). [autism,fiction]
  • Mark Haddon.
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Doubleday, 2003). The novel’s main character is a 15-year-old autistic boy. ISBN: 1400032717 (paperback, 240 pages, Vintage, 2004); ISBN: 0385512104 (hardcover, 226 pages, Doubleday, 2003); ISBN: 0385509456 (hardcover, 240 pages); ISBN: 0385659792 (hardcover, 240 pages, Doubleday Canada Ltd, 2003); ISBN: 1402555989 (audio cassette, Recorded Books, 2003); ISBN: 1402568851 (audio CD, Recorded Books, 2003). [autism,fiction]
  • Dafydd Ab Hugh.
  • Balance of Power (Pocket Books, 1995). Part of the series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Number 33 in the series. Reader describes one character as autistic. ISBN: 0671520032 (paperback). [autism,fiction]
  • Stephen King.
  • The Regulators. Written under the name “Richard Bachman”. Includes an autistic character: a boy named Seth. His mind is invaded by an evil presence that he needs to outsmart. ISBN: 0525941908 (hardcover, E. P. Dutton, 1996); ISBN: 0451191013 (paperback, 489 pages, Signet, 1997); ISBN: 0613096207 (paperback, Econo-Clad, 1999); ISBN: 0786208449 (hardcover, large print, 584 pages, Thorndike Press, 1996); ISBN: 0140863222 (cassette, Penguin, 1996). [autism,fiction]
  • Dean Koontz.
  • By the Light of the Moon (Bantam, 2002). ISBN: 0553801430 (hardcover, 448 pages); ISBN: 0553582763 (paperback, 496 pages, Bantam, 2003); ISBN: 0747266824 (paperback, Gardner Books, 2003); ISBN: 0553502719 (unabridged cassette, Random House, 2002); ISBN: 0736689206 (unabridged CD, Books on Tape, 2002). [autism,fiction]
  • Helen Landalf.
  • The Secret Night World of Cats (Smith & Kraus, 1997). Ages 3-6, or older people. Illustrated by Bernard Rimland’s son, Mark, who is autistic. Helen Landalf is Bernard Rimland’s daughter. ISBN: 1575251175 (hardcover, 32 pages). [general,fiction]
  • Kathryn Lasky.
  • Home Free (New York: Macmillan, 1985). 245 pages. Story involves conservation as well as strange hidden powers. ISBN: 0027516504 (hardcover, 245 pages, Four Winds Press, New York, 1985); ISBN: 0440200385 . [autism,fiction,adolescent]
  • Harper Lee.
  • To Kill a Mockingbird (1960). Pulitzer Prize winning novel of 1961. The character of Boo Radley seems to have some autistic characteristics. ISBN: 0060194995 (hardcover, 323 pages, 1999); ISBN: 0446310786 (paperback, 281 pages, Warner, 1988); ISBN: 157270036X (cassette, unabridged, Audio partners, 1997); ISBN: 0060933275 (paperback, large print, 407 pages, Harperperennial, 1999). [autism,fiction]
  • Margot Livesey.
  • Banishing Verona (Henry Holt, 2004). One of the major characters, Zeke, has been described as having Asperger’s Syndrome. ISBN: 0805074627 (hardcover, 336 pages); ISBN: 0312425201 (paperback, 368 pages, Picador, 2005). [autism,aspergers,fiction]
  • Cammie McGovern. Eye Contact (Viking Adult, 2006). Story includes autistic boy who is witness to a crime. ISBN: 0670037656 (hardcover, 304 pages); ISBN: 1598870475 (unabridged audio CD, HighBridge, 2006); ISBN: 1585477699 (large print hardcover, Central Point Large Print, due 7/2006). [autism,fiction]
  • Elizabeth McGregor. A Road Through the Mountains (Bantom, 2004). ISBN: 0553803581 (hardcover, 336 pages); ISBN: 0553586718 (paperback, 352 pages, Bantom, 2005). [autism,aspergers,fiction]
  • Mike McQuay. The Nexus (1989). Science fiction. ISBN: 055328178X . [autism,fiction]
  • Sue Miller. Family Pictures (Harper & Row, 1990). 389 pages. An engrossing novel spanning forty years in the life of a large family that is deeply bonded by the stranger in their midst – an autistic child. The story simulates the mind, catches the imagination and touches the heart on virtually every page. By Sue Miller, author of New York Times bestseller, The Good Mother. ISBN: 0060163976 ; ISBN: 0061099252 (paperback, 1996); ISBN: 0060929987 (paperback, 431 pages, 1999). [autism,fiction]
  • Elizabeth Moon. The Speed of Dark (Ballantine, 2003). ISBN: 0345447557 (hardcover, 352 pages); ISBN: 0345447549 (paperback, 368 pages); ISBN: 0786252146 (large print hardcover, 513 pages, Thorndike Press, 2003). [autism,aspergers,fiction]
  • Tanis Morran. A Place Within the Sphere (Trafford publishing, 2000). http://www.trafford.com/robots/00-0091.html ISBN: 1552124266 (paperback, 194 pages).
  • Tito Mukhopadhyay. The Gold of the Sunbeams (Arcade Publishing, 2005). The author is autistic. ISBN: 1559707771 (hardcover, 224 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1559707770).
  • Patrick O’Brien. The Commodore (HarperCollins, 1994). A character, Brigid Maturin, daughter of one of the main characters, Stephen Maturin, is apparently autistic. The novel is part of O’Brien’s series of 20 Aubrey/Maturin novels, and Brigid appears or is mentioned in others as well. ISBN: 0393037606 (hardcover, 282 pages, Norton 1995); ISBN: 0393314596 (paperback, 282 pages, Norton 1996).
  • Joyce Carol Oates. I Lock My Door Upon Myself (Ecco Press, 1990). Reader: the main character is obviously autistic. ISBN: 0880012609 (hardcover, 98 pages); ISBN: 0452267080 (paperback Plume Books, 1991). [autism,fiction]
  • Eric Ott. Jamie’s Watch (C. Eric Ott, 2003). The author is the father of an autistic son. ISBN: 0976492709 (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,fiction]
  • Ryne Douglas Pearson. Simple Simon (William Morrow, 1996). Thriller about 16-year-old autistic genius who breaks a secret code, then must be protected. Film version (with younger protagonist) out in 1998, titled Mercury Rising. ISBN: 0688142966 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 0380725746 (paperback, 326 pages, Avon, 1997). [autism,fiction]
  • Marjorie Reynolds. The Civil Wars of Jonah Moran (Berkley Pub Group, 2001). ISBN: 042517834X (paperback, 327 pages). [autism,aspergers,fiction]
  • Tom Robbins. Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas. One of the main characters talks about his autism, reporting benefits from Dolphin Therapy he received when he was young. ISBN: 0553377876 (paperback, 386 pages, Bantam, 1995); ISBN: 0787103829 (audio cassette, Dove, 1995). [autism,fiction]
  • Nancy Taylor Rosenberg. California Angel (New York: Signet, 1995). Paperback. Plot: a woman is haunted by dreamlike memories of children she believes she somehow saved. The question is whether she is an angel or a kidnapper and murderer. A character at the beginning of the story is an autistic boy named Raymond Gonzolas whose recovery is triggered by the main character. ISBN: 0451186281 ; ISBN: 0451191773 (paperback, 400 pages, Signet, 1996); ISBN: 0613133315 (hardcover, Econoclad Books, 1999); ISBN: 0453009255 (audio cassette, Penguin Audiobooks, 1995). [autism,fiction]
  • Richard Russo. Nobody’s Fool (Random House, 1993). This is the book that was made into a 1994 movie with Paul Newman. According to a reader, the book (but not the movie) included a character with autistic symptoms caused by abuse. Another reader identified no such character. ISBN: 0394577787 (hardcover); ISBN: 0679753338 (paperback, 549 pages, Vintage, 1994). [autism,fiction]
  • Al Sarrantonio. The Boy With Penny Eyes. Main character sounds autistic. It is a horror novel. ISBN: 0812525604 . [autism,fiction]
  • John Vornholt & Todd Cameron Hamilton, illustrator. Aftershock (Minstrel Books, 1996). Part of the series Star Trek Starfleet Academy. Ages 9-12. Second of the series. I was told that the first three books of the Starfleet Academy series include an autistic character. ISBN: 0671000799 (paperback). [autism,fiction]
  • Amy Maida Wadsworth. Faraway Child (Covenant, 2005). ISBN: 159156817X (paperback, 200 pages).
  • Dorothy Zietz. Until Tomorrow: A Family Lives with Autism (1988). Reader: poorly written and unconvincing. [autism,fiction]
  • Books for children
  • Charles A. Amenta, III. Russell is Extra Special: A Book About Autism for Children (New York: Magination Press, 1992). Ages 4-8. A sensitive portrayal of an autistic boy written by his father. A physician, Amenta skillfully weaves relevant factual information about autism into his narrative using clear language that children will easily follow. A wonderful book for children. ISBN: 0945354444 (paperback); ISBN: 0945354436 (hardcover).
  • Autism Society of America. Autism: Information Written for Kids Only. Brochure. [autism,children]
  • Carol Baldwin. Autism (Heinemann Library, 2002). Part of the series Health Matters. ISBN: 1403402507 (hardcover, 32 pages).
  • Eve B. Band, Sue Lynn Cotton, illustrator & Emily Hecht. Autism through a Sister’s Eyes: A young girl’s view of her brother’s Autism (Future Horizons, 2001). Forward by Gary B. Mesibov. ISBN: 1885477716 (paperback, 67 pages).
  • Helen Barclay. Nathan’s Journey (HGB Enterprises, 2004). ISBN: 0975541706 (paperback, 72 pages).
  • Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen. Autism (Detroit: KidHaven Press, 2005). Part of the series Understanding Diseases and Disorders. For ages 9-12. ISBN: 0737721677 (hardcover, 48 pages). [autism,children]
  • Amanda Bennett. The Little Composer (forthcoming). 30 pages http://www.autismcoach.com/Books.htm Due 12/15/2007.
  • Jacob Betts. My Brother Has Asperger Syndrome. [children,family,autism,aspergers]
  • Beverly Bishop. My Friend with Autism: A Coloring Book for Peers and Siblings (Future Horizons, 2003). Roughly ages 4-8. ISBN: 1885477899 (paperback, 36 pages).
  • Fiona Bleach. Everybody Is Different: A Book for Young People Who Have Brothers or Sisters With Autism (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2002). ISBN: 1931282064 (paperback, 84 pages).
  • Jennifer Bloink. A is for Autism (Authorhouse, 2005). ISBN: 1420844636 (paperback, 36 pages).
  • Cindy Bodenheimer, Gregory Daily & Jane Kowalik. Everybody is a Person: A Book for Brothers & Sisters of Autistic Kids (Syracuse, NY: Jowonio: The Learning Place., 1979). Middle school level. 16 pages.
  • Sherry Bonnice. The Hidden Child: Youth With Autism (Mason Crest Publishers, 2004). Part of the series Youth With Special Needs. ISBN: 1590847369 (hardcover, 128 pages).
  • Charlie Buckley. Show Jo How to Make a Sandwich (Literary Architects, 2007). Part of the series Show Jo Language Development. For ages 4-8. [[http://www.nowweretalkign.com/]] ISBN: 193366908X (board book, 16 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1933669083).
  • Charlie Buckley. Show Jo How to Wash Your Hands (Literary Architects, 2007). Part of the series Show Jo Language Development. For ages 4-8. [[http://www.nowweretalkign.com/]] ISBN: 1933669098 (board book, 16 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1933669090).
  • Laura Burns & Melinda Metz. The Case of the Nana-Napper (Razorbill, 2005). Part of the series Wright & Wong. For ages 9-12, second in series. One of the main characters has Asperger’s. ISBN: 1595140158 (paperback, 176 pages).
  • Laura Burns & Melinda Metz. The Case of the Prank that Stank (Razorbill, 2005). Part of the series Wright & Wong. For ages 9-12, first in series. One of the main characters has Asperger’s. ISBN: 159514014X (paperback, 192 pages). [autism,aspergers,fiction,children]
  • Laura Burns & Melinda Metz. The Case of the Slippery Soap Star (Razorbill, forthcoming). Part of the series Wright & Wong. For ages 9-12, fourth in series. One of the main characters has Asperger’s. ISBN: 1595140174 (paperback, 192 pages, due 12/1/2005). [autism,aspergers,fiction,children]
  • Laura Burns & Melinda Metz. The Case of the Trail Mix-Up (Razorbill, 2005). Part of the series Wright & Wong. For ages 9-12, third in series. One of the main characters has Asperger’s. ISBN: 1595140166 (paperback, 160 pages).
  • Kari Dunn Buron. When My Autism Gets Too Big! A Relaxation Book for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Autism Asperger Publishing, 2004). Aimed at ages 4-8. ISBN: 193128251X (paperback, 44 pages). [autism,children]
  • Richard W. Carlson. My Brother Kevin Has Autism (Writers Club Press, 2002). ISBN: 0595222064 (paperback, 120 pages). [autism,children,family]
  • Richard W. Carlson. Poems and Short Stories About My Brother Kevin Who Has Autism: Entertainment for Boys and Girls Ages 6 to 10 (Writers Club Press, 2002). ISBN: 0595228453 (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,children,account,poetry]
  • Mary W. Carpenter. Rescued by a Cow and a Squeeze (PublishAmerica, 2003). A book for children about Temple Grandin. ISBN: 1591298806 (paperback, 47 pages).
  • Kathleen A. Chara, Paul J. Chara, Jr., Christian P. Chara & J. M. Berns. Sensory Smarts: A Book For Kids With Adhd Or Autism Spectrum Disorders Struggling With Sensory Integration Problems (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). For ages 9-12. ISBN: 184310783X (paperback, 80 pages). [autism,children]
  • Kathleen A. Chara, Paul J. Chara, Jr., Karston J. Chara, J. M. Berns & Angela Litzinger. Allergy Busters: A Story for Children with Autism or Related Spectrum Disorders Struggling with Allergies (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). Aimed at ages 9-12. ISBN: 1843107821 (paperback, 61 pages). [autism,children,account]
  • Gennifer Choldenko. Al Capone Does My Shirts (Putnam Pub Group, 2004). ISBN: 0399238611 (hardcover, 228 pages); ISBN: 1402564090 (audio cassette, Recorded Books, 2004).
  • Pat Crissey & Noah Crissey. Personal Eygiene?: What’s That Got To Do With Me? (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005). For ages 9-12. ISBN: 1843107961 (paperback, 94 pages).
  • Nancy Dalrymple. Learning Together (Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1979). 27 pages. Suggested for K-3. http://www.isdd.indiana.edu/~cedir/autism.html
  • Julie Davies. Able Autistic Children – Children with Asperger Syndrome: a booklet for brothers and sisters (Nottingham, 1994). 23 pages. “In the same series as Children with Autism, this booklet focuses specifically on the experiences of siblings with able autism or Asperger Syndrome.” [autism,aspergers,children]
  • Julie Davies. Children with Autism – a booklet for brothers and sisters (The Early Years Diagnosis Center, 1994). Paperback, 24 pages. Author is at the Child Development Research Unit, University of Nottingham, England. “Designed specifically for brothers and sisters of children with autism from the age of 7 upwards, this useful booklet explains what autism is and explores some of the difficulties which siblings may experience.” [autism,children]
  • Alexandra Day. The Flight of the Dove (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2004). ISBN: 0374399522 (hardcover, 32 pages). [fiction,autism,children]
  • Kate Doherty, Paddy McNally & Eileen Sherrard. I have Autism… What’s that? (Down Lisburn Trust, 2000). Paperback, 32 pages. ISBN: 1899280790 (paperback, 32 pages, National Autistic Society). [autism,children]
  • Martha Kate Downey, ed. Tap Dancing in the Night (Phat Art 4). Book on CD: stories, poems, and art relating to people with Aspergers. Aimed at readers aged 7-16.
  • Diane Duane. A Wizard Alone (Harcourt, 2002). Part of the series Young Wizards. Fantasy, for young adults. ISBN: 0152049118 (paperback, 352 pages, Magic Carpet Books, due 2003); ISBN: 0152045627 (hardcover, 336 pages).
  • Alexandra Eden. Holy Smoke: A Bones and the Duchess Mystery (Allen A Knoll, 2004). ISBN: 1888310464 (hardcover). [fiction,children]
  • Alexandra Eden. To Oz and Back (Allen A Knoll, 2002). Part of the series The Bones and the Duchess Mysteries. Ages 9-12 reading level. ISBN: 1888310227 (hardcover, 153 pages).
  • Andreanna Edwards. Taking Autism To School (Jayjo, 2002). Ages 4-8. ISBN: 1891383132 (paperback, 32 pages).
  • Becky Edwards & David Armitage. My Brother Sammy (Millbrook Pr Trade, 1999). Ages 4-8 ISBN: 0761314172 (32 pages, Millbrook Press, 1999); ISBN: 0761304398 (32 pages). [autism,children,fiction]
  • Michele Engel Edwards. Autism (Lucent Books, 2001). Part of the series Diseases and Disorders Series. ISBN: 1560068299 (hardcover, 112 pages). [autism,children]
  • Marvie Ellis. The Best Hello (Speech Kids Texas Press, forthcoming). Part of the series An Autism Story Book. Fourth in series. http://www.speechkidstexaspress.com/
  • Marvie Ellis. Keisha’s Doors (Speech Kids Texas Press, 2005). Part of the series An Autism Story Book. First in series; Bilingual in Spanish and English; Spanish title is Las Puertas de Keisha. http://www.speechkidstexaspress.com/ ISBN: 1933319003 (hardcover, 32 pages). [autism,children,spanish,fiction]
  • Marvie Ellis. Tacos Anyone? (Speech Kids Texas Press, 2005). Part of the series An Autism Story Book. Second in series; Bilingual in Spanish and English; Spanish title is Alguien quiere tacos? http://www.speechkidstexaspress.com/ ISBN: 193331902X (hardcover, 32 pages). [autism,children,spanish,fiction]
  • Marvie Ellis. Trouble Waiting (Speech Kids Texas Press, forthcoming). Part of the series An Autism Story Book. Third in series. http://www.speechkidstexaspress.com/ [
  • Lesley Ely. Looking After Louis (Albert Whitman & Co, 2004). ISBN: 0807547468 (hardcover, 32 pages). [fiction,autism,children]
  • Roz Espin & Beverley Ransom, illustrator. Amazingly.. Alphie!: Understanding and Accepting Different Ways of Being (Autism Asperger Publishing). I haven’t seen that this is specifically about autism, but looks like it fits it well. ISBN: 1931282536 (paperback, 44 pages). [general,children,disability]
  • Rebecca Etlinger. To Be Me: Understanding What It’s Like to Have Asperger’s Syndrome (Creative Therapy Store, 2005). I am guessing this is instructive fiction. ISBN: 0874244528 (hardcover, 24 pages).
  • Nelle Frances. Ben, His Helmet and Bees in Your Bonnet. Part of the series Ben and His Helmet. Aimed at children with Asperger’s http://www.nellefrances.com/ [autism,aspergers,children,fiction]
  • Nelle Frances. Ben, His Helmet and Hats Off!. Part of the series Ben and His Helmet. Aimed at children with Asperger’s http://www.nellefrances.com/ [autism,aspergers,children,fiction]
  • Nelle Frances. Ben, His Helmet and the Crashing Symbols. Part of the series Ben and His Helmet. Aimed at children with Asperger’s http://www.nellefrances.com/
  • Nelle Frances. Ben, His Helmet and the Too Tight Hair. Part of the series Ben and His Helmet. Aimed at children with Asperger’s http://www.nellefrances.com/
  • Elisa Gagnon & Brenda Smith Myles. This is Asperger Syndrome (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 1999). Ages 9-12. http://www.asperger.net/book2.htm ISBN: 0967251419 (paperback, 20 pages).
  • Zachary M. Gartenberg & Jerry Gay, photographer. Mori’s Story: A Book About a Boy with Autism (Lerner Pubns Co, 1999). Ages 4-8. Zachary Gartenberg wrote this book while in elementary school about his autistic brother. ISBN: 0822525852 (hardcover, 32 pages).
  • Gunilla Gerland. Finding Out About Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism, and Pdd (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). Designed to be read by children with AS. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/ger_fin.html ISBN: 1853028401 (hardcover, 48 pages). [autism,aspergers,children]
  • Sherri Koehnen Goehring. The Children Learn About Strangers and Safety (Luv-n-Hugs Books, 2006). ISBN: 0965882446 (paperback, ISBN-13: 978-0965882446). [children]
  • Sherri Koehnen Goehring. A Day (Luv-n-Hugs Books, 1997). Ages 4-8 http://www.luvnhugsbooks.com ISBN: 0965882403 (paperback, ISBN-13 978-0965882408). [children]
  • Sherri Koehnen Goehring. Fire Drill Practice (Luv-n-Hugs Books, 1997). Baby-Preschool http://www.luvnhugsbooks.com ISBN: 0965882411 (paperback, ISBN-13: 978-0965882415). [children]
  • Sherri Koehnen Goehring. Jena Learns No Biting (Luv-n-Hugs Books, 1998). ISBN: 096588242X (paperback, ISBN-13: 978-0965882422). [children]
  • Sherri Koehnen Goehring. Katelyn Begins Day Care (Luv-n-Hugs Books, 1998). ISBN: 0965882438 (paperback, ISBN-13 978-0965882439). [children]
  • Phyllis-Terri Gold. Please Don’t Say Hello (New York: Human Sciences Press, 1975). Part of the series New juvenile series on the exceptional child. A book on autism, written for children, featuring a nine-year-old autistic boy as a character. The book was very popular in the past before being re-released due to interest. A good resource for kids at junior high level. ISBN: 0877052115 (45 pages). [autism,children,fiction]
  • L. Gorrod. My brother is different (National Autistic Society, 1997). http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata2.html ISBN: 1899280502 (paperback, 20 pages). [autism,children]
  • Carol Gray. The Sixth Sense II (Future Horizons, 2002). A teaching tool for typical children who share a classroom with children with autism or Asperger’s syndrome. ISBN: 1885477902 (paperback, 23 pages). [autism,aspergers,children]
  • Angie Healy. Sometimes My Brother: Helping Kids Understand Autism Through a Sibling’s Eyes (Future Horizons, 2005). For ages 9-12. ISBN: 1932565310 (paperback, 56 pages). [autism,children,family]
  • Kathy Hoopman. Haze: An Asperger Novel, 3rd edition (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2003). Young Adult. ISBN: 184310072X (paperback, 160 pages). [fiction,autism,aspergers,children]
  • Kathy Hoopmann. Blue Bottle Mystery: An Asperger Adventure (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). For ages 9-12. Fantasy story about a boy with Asperger Syndrome. ISBN: 1853029785 (paperback, 96 pages). [autism,aspergers,fiction,children]
  • Kathy Hoopmann. Lisa and the Lacemaker: An Asperger Adventure (Jessica Kingsley, 2002). For ages 9-12. ISBN: 1843100711 (paperback, 112 pages). [autism,aspergers,fiction,children]
  • Kathy Hoopmann. Of Mice and Aliens: An Asperger Adventure (Jessica Kingsley). For ages 8-13. Sequel to Blue Bottle Mystery. Science fiction. ISBN: 184310007X (paperback, 96 pages). [autism,aspergers,fiction,children]
  • Green Irene. Cindy T’s Circle Time (2003). http://www.redandgreenchoices.com/ ISBN: 0974228028 (paperback, 16 pages). [autism,children]
  • Green Irene. Nicki’s Next Grade (2003). Part of the series Red and Green Choices By Green Irene. http://www.redandgreenchoices.com/ ISBN: 097422801X (paperback, 54 pages). [autism,children]
  • M. Ives. What is Asperger syndrome and how will it affect me? (National Autistic Society, 1999). Aimed at 8-13 years. http://www.oneworld.org/autism_uk/publs/cata.html ISBN: 1899280146 (paperback, 2nd edition, 2001, National Autistic Society, author listed as NAS Autism Helpline); ISBN: 1899280049 .
  • Illana Katz & Edward Ritvo. Joey and Sam: A Heartwarming Storybook About Autism, a Family, and a Brother’s Love (Los Angeles, California: Real Life Storybooks, 1993). Ages 4-8. A beautifully illustrated storybook for children. It focuses on a family with two sons, one of which suffers from autism. The book addresses their similarities and differences, as it follows them through daily interactions with each other, parents, and friends. Suggested for K-3. http://www.reallifestories.com/booksa.html ISBN: 1882388003 (hardcover); ISBN: 1882388062 (paperback).
  • Joanna L. Keating-Velasco. A Is for Autism F Is for Friend: A Kid’s Book for Making Friends with a Child Who Has Autism (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2007). ISBN: 1931282439 (paperback, 54 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1931282437).
  • Deborah Kent. Extraordinary People With Disabilities (Grolier, 1996). Collection of biographies about 48 famous people with disabilities of all sorts. Among them is Temple Grandin. ISBN: 0516200216 (hardcover, 288 pages, Scholastic Library Pub, 1996); ISBN: 0613544722 (hardcover, Bt Bound, 1997); ISBN: 051626074X (paperback, 256 pages, Children’s Press, Danbury, CT, 1997).
  • Kochka. The Boy Who Ate Stars (Egmont Children’s Books, 2004). For ages 9-12. ISBN: 1405211296 (paperback, 105 pages); ISBN: 1416900381 (hardcover, 112 pages, Simon & Schuster, due 2/28/06).
  • Ellen S. Heller Korin. Asperger Syndrome: An Owner’s Manual–What You, Your Parents and Your Teachers Need to Know: An Interactive Guide and Workbook (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). Aimed at grades 7-9. ISBN: 1931282919 (spiral-bound, 62 pages).
  • Sarah Lamstein. Hunger Moon (Front Street Books, 2004). Includes a character with Asperger’s. http://www.sarahlamstein.com/ ISBN: 1932425055 (hardcover, 112 pages).
  • Matthew Lancelle & Jeanette Lesada. Sundays with Matthew: A Young Boy with Autism and an Artist Share Their Sketchbooks (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1931282846 (hardcover, 37 pages).
  • Elaine Landau. Autism (Franklin Watts, 2001). The author has written a number of non-fiction books including books explaining illnesses, aimed at children, ages 9-12. ISBN: 0531117804 (hardcover, 128 pages). [autism,children]
  • Elaine Marie Larson. I Am Utterly Unique: Celebrating the Strengths of Children with Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). Aimed at grades 2-3. ISBN: 1931282897 (hardcover, 56 pages).
  • Laurie Lears, Judith Mathews & Karen Ritz, illustrator. Ian’s Walk: A Story about Autism (Albert Whitman & Company, 1997). Part of the series Concept Book. Ages 4-8. Picture story book. About a young girl who learns to appreciate her younger autistic brother when they go for a walk to the park and he gets lost. Reader: Two thumbs up. ISBN: 0807534803 (hardcover, 32 pages); ISBN: 0807534811 (paperback, 32 pages, Albert Whitman, 2003).
  • Sarah Lennard-Brown. Autism (New Edition) (Hoddard Wayland, 2006). Part of the series Health Issues. ISBN: 0750243716 (paperback, 32 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0750243711).
  • Sarah Lennard-Brown. Autism (Raintree/Steck Vaughn, 2003). Part of the series Health Issues. ISBN: 073986422X (hardcover, 64 pages). [autism,children]
  • Patricia Leonard-Toomey, ed. In Our Own Words: stories by Brothers and Sisters of children with autism and PDD. I think it is self-published, PO Box 1151, Fall River,MA 02722. Written by children, aged 7 to 13.
  • Melvin D. Levine. All Kinds of Minds: A Young Student’s Book About Learning Abilities and Learning Disorders (Cambridge, MA: Educators Publishing Service, 1992). ISBN: 0838820905 (paperback, 283 pages).
  • Hunter Manasco. Way to A: Empowering Children with Autism Spectrum and Other Neurological Disorders to Monitor and Replace Aggression and Tantrum Behavior (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1931282870 (Spiral-bound, 35 pages).
  • Ann M. Martin. Inside Out (New York: Holiday House, 1984). Part of the series The Baby-sitters Club. 152 pages. Children’s book, by the author of the Baby Sitter’s Club series (but not itself one of the series) about a sister’s learning to cope with and love her autistic brother. ISBN: 0823405125 ; ISBN: 059043621X .
  • Ann M. Martin. Kristy and the Secret of Susan (Scholastic Professional Books, 1990). Part of the series The Baby-sitters Club. Ages 9-12. Number 32 in the popular Baby-Sitters Club series of books, aimed ath children 9-12. The book is about Kristy and her newest baby-sitting charge, Susan, who is not like most kids. Susan who has autism, can’t talk, but can play the piano and sing beautifully. ISBN: 0590731890 (paperback); ISBN: 0836814126 (hardcover, Gareth Stevens, 1995); ISBN: 0590424963 ; ISBN: 0833598589 (Econo-Clad Books, 1999).
  • Joan Matthews & James Williams. Ich bin besonders! (2001). James Williams is the autistic son of Joan Matthews. ISBN: 3893736689 (304 pages).
  • Abby Ward Messner. Captain Tommy (Potential Unlimited Publishing, 1996). Fact-based story of interaction between two children. Suggested for K-3. http://www.pup-asap.com/captaintommy.htm ISBN: 096507000X (hardcover, 32 pages); ISBN: 1885477589 (paperback, 34 pages, Future Horizons, 1999).
  • Donald J. Meyer, ed & Cary Pillo, illustrator. Views from our Shoes: Growing up with a Brother or Sister with Special Needs (Woodbine House, 1997). Grades 3-7. Writings from siblings. Includes glossary and resource list. Reader: my daughter really enjoys it. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/views.html ISBN: 0933149980 (paperback, 114 pages).
  • Donald Joseph Meyer & Patricia Vadasy. Living with a Brother or Sister with Special Needs: A Book for Sibs, 2nd edition (University of Washington, 1996). Aimed at ages 4-8. ISBN: 0295975474 (paperback).
  • Deborah Ann Moore. Ethan and Phoebe (Philadelphia: Xlibris, 2003). http://www.ethanandphoebe.com/ ISBN: 1413429688 (32 pages, paperback).
  • Diane Murrell. Tobin Learns to Make Friends (Future Horizons, 2001). A teaching tool for teaching social skills to children with autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. ISBN: 1885477791 (hardcover, 36 pages).
  • Haley Myles. Practical Solutions to Everyday Challenges for Children with Asperger Syndrome (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2002). Aimed at children with Asperger’s syndrome, ages 5-11. ISBN: 1931282153 (paperback, 48 pages).
  • Cindy Dolby Nollette. Having a brother like David (Minneapolis: Fraser Child and Family Center, 1985). 28 pages. It looks as if it is aimed at 5-6 year olds.
  • Nancy Ogaz & Patricia Shubeck, illustrator. Buster and the Amazing Daisy: Adventures with Asperger Syndrome (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2002). Aimed at 9-12 age range. ISBN: 184310721X (paperback, 112 pages).
  • Richard Parker. He is your brother (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1974). 98 pages. Middle school to Junior High level. ISBN: 0840764952 ; ISBN: 0340175893 ; ISBN: 0525664955 .
  • Sarah Peralta. All About My Brother (Autism Asperger Publishing Co, 2002). The author is eight years old. ISBN: 1931282110 (hardcover, 36 pages).
  • C. Phalon. Me, My Brother and Autism (BookSurge Publishing, 2005). possibly fiction. ISBN: 1419602683 (paperback, 50 pages). [autism,children]
  • Celia Rees. The Truth Out There (DK Publishing, 2000). Ages 9-12. ISBN: 0789426684 (hardcover, 240 pages). [autism,aspergers,children,fiction]
  • K. B. Reish Matthew’s Box (KBR Mutti’s Publications). hardcover, 48 pages, http://www.matthewsbox.com [autism,children,account]
  • Colby F. Rodowsky. Clay (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2001). ISBN: 0374313385 (hardcover, 176 pages); ISBN: 0060006188 (paperback, 160 pages, HarperTrophy, 2004). [autism,fiction,children]
  • Maxine Rosaler. Coping With Asperger Syndrome (Rosen Publishing Group). Part of the series Coping. ISBN: 0823944824 (hardcover, due January 2004).
  • Marsha Sarah Rosenberg. Everything You Need to Know When a Brother or Sister is Autistic (Rosen Publishing Group, 1999). Part of the series Need to Know Library. The Need to Know Library is generally aimed at preteens and young teenagers. ISBN: 0823931234 (hardcover). [autism,family,children]
  • Ellen Sabin. The Autism Acceptance Book: Being a Friend to Someone with Autism (Watering Can, 2006). ISBN: 0975986821 (spiral-bound, 61 pages).
  • Rosina G. Schnurr & John Strachan, illustrator. Asperger’s Huh? A Child’s Perspective (Anisor Publishing, 1999). ISBN: 0968447309 (paperback, 52 pages).
  • Celeste Shally. Since We’re Friends: An Autism Picture Book (Awaken Specialty Press, 2007). Part of the series Perfect Paperback. Ages 4-8. ISBN: 0979471303 (paperback, 32 pages).
  • Karen L. Simmons. Little Rainman (Future Education, 1996). I also saw the author listed as Karen Sicoli. When someone asked online for a good book for 5 year olds, several readers recommended this book. http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/rainman.html ISBN: 1885477295 (paperback). [autism,children]
  • Eleanor Spence. The Devil Hole (New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1976). 215 pages. Book for children (ages 12-15), set in Australia. Originally published as The October Child. ISBN: 0688417981 ; ISBN: 0192713841 (paperback, 151 pages, Oxford Univ Press, 1976, under title The October Child). [autism,fiction,children]
  • Debbi Spencer. Why Can’t Charlie Talk? (Perth: Miss Muffet Books, 2004). For 4-8 year olds. http://www.q-net.net.au/~deevee/MissMuffetBooks.htm ISBN: 0646437437 (paperback, 30 pages). [autism,children]
  • Louise Spilsbury. What does it mean to have autism? (Heinemann, 2001). ISBN: 0431139326 (paperback, 32 pages). [autism,children]
  • John Sprecher. Jeffrey and the Despondent Dragon (Special Kids Learning Resource Network). Children’s book written by father of autistic child. Illustrated by Jame Forrest. http://www.specialkids1.com/ ISBN: 1892186004 (paperback, 32 pages).
  • Brad Strickland, Barbara Strickland & Todd Cameron Hamilton, illustrator. Crisis on Vulcan (Minstrel Books, 1996). Part of the series Star Trek Starfleet Academy. Ages 9-12, Paperback, First of the series. I was told that the first three books of the Starfleet Academy series include an autistic character. ISBN: 0671000780 (paperback).
  • Connor Sullivan. I Love My Brother: A Preschooler’s View of Living With a Brother Who Has Autism (Phat Art 4 Publishing, 2001). Aimed at preschoolers. ISBN: 0970658117 (hardcover, 24 pages). [autism,aspergers,children,account]
  • Isabel Cottinelli Telmo. Play with me: including children with autism in mainstream primary schools (National Autistic Society, 2004). Translated from Portuguese. ISBN: 1899280480 (paperback, 32 pages).
  • Mary Thompson. Andy and His Yellow Frisbee (Bethesda, Maryland: Woodbine House, 1994). Illustrated, Grades K-5. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/andy.html ISBN: 0933149832 (paperback, 24 pages).
  • Mary Thompson. My Brother, Matthew (Woodbine House, 1992). 28 pages, hardcover, illustrated. Grades K-5. About a boy whose brother has a disability. I assume the disability is not autism. http://www.woodbinehouse.com/mbm.html ISBN: 0933149476 (hardcover).
  • S. Kennedy Tolsten. Troy’s Amazing Universe, A for Aliens (Booklocker.com, 2005). Part of the series Troy’s Amazing Universe. http://www.booklocker.com/books/1898.html ISBN: 1591136725 (paperback, 124 pages.). [autism,fiction,children]
  • S. Kennedy Tolsten. Troy’s Amazing Universe, M for Mall (Booklocker.com, 2003). Part of the series Troy’s Amazing Universe. http://www.booklocker.com/books/1201.html ISBN: 1591133181 (paperback, 116 pages). [autism,fiction,children]
  • S. Kennedy Tolsten. Troy’s Amazing Universe, T for Toy (Brite Press, 2005). Part of the series Troy’s Amazing Universe. http://www.booklocker.com/books/1526.html ISBN: 0974318515 (paperback, 152 pages). [autism,fiction,children]
  • Diane Twachtman-Cullen. Trevor, Trevor (Starfish Press, 1999). http://www.starfishpress.com/pages/p3Trevor.html [autism,children]
  • Peter Vermeulen. I Am Special: Introducing Children and Young People to Their Autism Spectrum Disorder (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2000). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/ver_iam.html ISBN: 1853029165 (paperback, 240 pages).
  • Esther Watson. Talking to Angels (Harcourt Brace, 1996). Ages 4-8. Children’s non-fiction book about author’s autistic sister. One reader: wonderful. Another: very easy to understand even for preschoolers and great illustrations. ISBN: 0152010777 (hardcover, 32 pages). [autism,children]
  • Jude Welton. Adam’s Alternative Sports Day: An Asperger Story (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004). ISBN: 1843103001 (paperback, 128 pages). [autism,aspergers,children,fiction]
  • Nancy Werlin. Are you alone on purpose? (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1994). Ages 9-12 or young adult. Novel about teenagers: a thirteen year old girl with an autistic twin brother. ISBN: 039567350X (hardcover, 204 pages); ISBN: 0449704459 (paperback, Fawcett Books, 1996); ISBN: 0785794360 (Econo-Clad Books, 1999).
  • Pearl M. Wilson. If You Knew Nicky (London: Angus and Robertson, 1983). Photographs by Sandra Irvine. Also published in Sydney & Melbourne. A girl describes her autistic brother.
  • Ryan Wilson. The Legendary Blobshocker. Book by 9-year-old autistic boy.
  • Angela Wine. What It Is to Be Me! An Asperger Kid Book (Fairdale Publishing, 2005). Ages 4-8. ISBN: 1593521995 (paperback, 18 pages).
  • Alisa Wolf. Acting: for Kids on the Autistic Spectrum (iUniverse, Inc., 2005). Ages 9-12 reading level. ISBN: 0595375642 (paperback, 106 pages). [autism,children]
  • Taro Yashima. Crow Boy (Viking, 1955). Ages 4-8. Runner up for 1956 Caldecott Honor book. I assume it is a story, but I am not certain. ISBN: 0670249319 (hardcover); ISBN: 014050172X (paperback, 1976). [autism,fiction,children]
  • Books not specifically about autism
  • Functional Communication as a Replacement for Challenging Behaviors. by either Schopler or Gary Mesibov. [disability]
  • Nonaversive Intervention for Behavioral Problems. [parent,se,behavioral]
  • Physicians’ Desk Reference 1996 (Medical Economics Data, 1996). I believe it is published annually. 1996 is the 50th edition. [medical,reference]
  • Toilet Training for Children with Severe Handicaps: A field Manual for Coordinating Training Procedures Across Multiple Community Settings (UCSB). http://education.ucsb.edu/~doniel/behaviormanuals.html [disability]
  • Pasquale J. Accardo, editor, Bruce K. Shapiro, editor & Arnold J. Capute. Behavior Belongs in the Brain: Neurobehavioral Syndromes (York Press, 1997). ISBN: 0912752416 . [disability]
  • Todd Adelman & Jodi Behrend. Special Foods for Special Kids: Practical Solutions & Great Recipes for Children With Food Allergies (Robert D. Reed). ISBN: 1885003382 (paperback, 160 pages). [disability,allergy]
  • Marilyn C. Agin, Lisa F. Geng & Malcolm Nicholl. The Late Talker: What to Do If Your Child Isn’t Talking Yet (St. Martins’s Press, 2003). ISBN: 0312287542 (hardcover, 288 pages); ISBN: 0312309244 (paperback, 256 pages, Griffin, 2004). [disability]
  • Paul A. Alberto & Anne C. Troutman. Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers, 4th ed (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: 1995). See later addition. ISBN: 0023012641 (textbook, 480 pages). [se,behavioral,text]
  • Paul A. Alberto & Anne C. Troutman. Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers, 6th ed (Prentice-Hall, 2002). See later edition. ISBN: 0130993875 (paperback, 576 pages). [se,behavioral,text]
  • Paul A. Alberto & Anne C. Troutman. Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers, 7th ed (Prentice-Hall, 2005). ISBN: 0131179942 (paperback, 464 pages). [se,behavioral,text]
  • Paul Alberto.
  • Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers, 5th ed (Prentice-Hall, 1998). See later edition. ISBN: 013079760X (textbook, 514 pages). [se,behavioral,text]
  • Elizabeth Anderson & Pauline Emmons. Unlocking the Mysteries of Sensory Dysfunction (Future Horizons, 1996). ISBN: 1885477252 . [disability]
  • Winifred Anderson, Stephen Chitwood & Deidre Hayden. Negotiating the Special Education Maze (1997). ISBN: 0933149727 . [se]
  • Douglas M. Arone. The Theorem: Complete Answers to Human Behaviour (O Books, 2006). http://www.thetheorem.com/ ISBN: 190504710X (paperback, 496 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1905047109). [general]
  • Alfredo J. Artiles, editor, Alba A. Ortiz, editor & Jeffrey E. Griffin, editor. English Language Learners With Special Education Needs: Identification, Assessment, and Instruction (Delta Systems Co, 2002). Part of the series Professional Practice Series, Center for Applied Linguistics. ISBN: 188774469X (paperback, 250 pages). [disability,se]
  • Tony Attwood. Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage Anger (Future Horizons, 2004). ISBN: 1932565213 (paperback, ISBN-13: 978-1932565218). [general,behavioral]
  • Tony Attwood. Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage Anxiety (Future Horizons, 2004). ISBN: 1932565221 (paperback, ISBN-13: 978-1932565225). [general,behavioral]
  • Barbara Azrialy. The Sibling (1992). Includes passages from articles and books the author researched, interviews with over 200 siblings, and her own experiences as a sister of two retarded brothers and as a special education teacher. [mr,family]
  • Nathan H. Azrin & Richard M. Foxx. Toilet Training in Less than a Day. This book, generally aimed at parents of typical children, describes techniques to help potty training that may be of benefit to autistic children. It also has an appendix outlining some of the authors’ experiences with children with special needs. ISBN: 0671693808 (paperback, 198 pages, reissue edition, Pocket Books 1989). [general,parent]
  • Jon S. Bailey & Mary R. Burch. Research Methods in Applied Behavioral Analysis (Sage Publications). ISBN: 076192390X (hardcover, 280 pages); ISBN: 0761925562 (paperback, 280 pages, Sage Publications, 2002). [behavioral]
  • Bruce L. Baker, Alan J. Brightman, Jan B. Blacher & Louis J. Heifetz. Steps to Independence: Teaching everyday skills to children with special needs, 3rd ed (Paul H. Brookes, 1997). Reader: helpful to us. http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/baker-2681/index.htm ISBN: 1557662681 (400 pages).
  • Bruce Baker & Alan Brightman. Steps to Independence: A Skills Training Guide for Parents and Teachers of Children With Special Needs, 2nd ed (Paul H. Brookes, 1989). Revised and updated, Steps to Independence, Second Edition offers a step-by-step approach for teaching children with disabilities get ready, self-help, toilet training, play advanced self-care, home-care, and information skills needed to get along in the world. ISBN: 1557660069 . [disability,se,parent]
  • Jed E. Baker. Social Skills Picture Book for High School and Beyond (Future Horizons, forthcoming). ISBN: 1932565353 (paperback, 250 pages, due November 1, 2006).
  • James F. Balch & Phyllis A. Balch. Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 2nd ed (Avery Pub Group, 1996). Third edition published in 2000. ISBN: 0895297272 (paperback, 600 pages).
  • James Balch & Phyllis Balch. Prescription for Nutritional Healing. Parts are on autism. Second edition published in 1996. [disability,allergy]
  • Phyllis Balch & James Balch. Prescription for Nutritional Healing: A Practical A-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, and Food Supplements, 3rd edition (Avery Penguin Putnam, 2000). ISBN: 1583330771 (paperback, 776 pages). [disability,allergy]
  • Barbara Barker, Martha Leary, Susan Repa & Phillip Whissel. Getting In Touch; A Workbook on Becoming a Facilitator (Madison: DRI Press, 1993). 44 page workbook. [fc]
  • Murray L. Barr & John A. Kiernan. The Human Nervous System – An Anatomical Viewpoint, 5th edition (Philadelphia: J.P. Lippincott Company, 1988). [medical,text]
  • Barbara Bateman. Writing Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives (Paperback) (Attainment Co Inc, 2006). ISBN: 1578611490 (paperback, 136 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1578611492). [se,disability]
  • Ruth Weltmann Begun, editor. Ready-To-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities for Grades 1-3 (Jossey-Bass, 1995). Not specifically aimed at disabilities, but could be useful. Other books available for other grade levels. ISBN: 0876288646 (spiral bound); ISBN: 087628473X (paperback, 240 pages, Jossey-Bass 1998). [social,general,se]
  • Ruth Weltmann Begun, editor. Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities for Grades 4-6 (Jossey-Bass, 1996). ISBN: 0876288654 (spiral-bound, 280 pages); ISBN: 0876284748 (paperback, 240 pages, Jossey-Bass, 1998). [disability,social,se]
  • Ruth Weltmann Begun, editor. Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities for Grades 7-12 (Jossey-Bass, 1995). ISBN: 0876288662 (spiral bound, 212 pages); ISBN: 0876284756 (paperback, 240 pages, Jossey-Bass, 1998). [social,general,se]
  • Ruth Weltmann Begun, editor. Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities for Grades PreK-K (West Nyack, New York: The Center for Applied Research in Education, 1998). Published through Prentice-Hall. ISBN: 0876284721 (paperback, 240 pages); ISBN: 0876288638 (spiral-bound, Jossey Bass, 1995); ISBN: 078796638X (paperback, 29 pages, John Wiley 1995). [disability,social,se]
  • Ruth Weltmann Begun, editor. Social Skills: Lessons and Activities for Grades PreK-K (1990). By Society for the Prevention of Violence and the Center for Applied Research in Education. Reader: Terrific book. [se]
  • Edward C. Benzel & Gaynor C. Wild. Essentials of Neurochemistry (Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1994). ISBN: 0867208627 . [medical]
  • Lindsey Biel & Nancy Peske. Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Integration Issues (Penguin, 2005). ISBN: 014303488X (paperback, 416 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0143034889).
  • Russell L. Blaylock. Excitotoxins-The Taste that Kills (Santa FE NM: Health Press, 1996). ISBN: 0929173252 (paperback). [allergy]
  • S. Bluma, M. Shearer, A. Frohman & J. Hillard. Portage Guide to Early Education (Portage, WI: Co-operative Educational Service Agency, 1976). Guide to the “Portage” program for developmentally-disabled small children. http://www.portageproject.org/material.htm#PGEE [disability]
  • James Braly & Laura Torbet. Dr. Braly’s Food Allergy and Nutrition Revolution: For Permanent Weight Loss and a Longer, Healthier Life (Keats, 1992). ISBN: 0879835907 (paperback, 510 pages, reprint edition).
  • Berneen Bratt. No Time for Jello: One Family’s Experience with the Doman-Delacato Patterning Program (Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books, 1989). About a child with Cerebral Palsy, but of interest to anyone interested in using Doman-Delacato methodology in treating an autistic child. ISBN: 0914797565 (paperback, 201 pages). [disability,account,treatment]
  • Eugene Braunwald, J. Isselbacher, Robert G. Petersdorf, Jean D. Wilson, Joseph B. Martin & Anthony S. Fauci.Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 11th edition (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1987). ISBN: 0070202915 (hardcover, 2784 pages, 14th edition 1998). [medical,text]
  • Jonathan Brostoff & Linda Gamlin. Food Allergies and Food Intolerance: The Complete Guide to Their Identification and Treatment (Inner Traditions Intl Ltd, 2000). ISBN: 0892818751 (paperback, 470 pages). [general,medical,allergy]
  • Pearl S. Buck. The Child Who Never Grew (Woodbine House, 1992). Reprint of book published in 1950. Account of child with PKU (a condition which sometimes includes autistic symptoms). http://www.woodbinehouse.com/cwng.html ISBN: 0933149492 (paperback, 112 pages). [disability,account]
  • Susan Budavari. The Merck Index – An Encyclopedia of Chemicals, Drugs, and Biologicals, 11th edition (Rahway, New Jersey: Merk & Co., 1989). Annual. ISBN: 041282910X (CD-ROM, 12th edition, 1998, CRC Press). [medical,reference]
  • Robert Buist. Food Chemical Sensitivity: What It Is and How to Cope With It (Avery Pub Group, 1986). ISBN: 0895293994 (paperback). [disability]
  • Katharine G. Butler, editor, Douglas Biklen, editor & Rosemary Crossley, editor. Facilitated Communication: Implications for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities (Fredrick, MD: Aspen, 1992). Part of the series Topics in Language Disorders. Volume 12, Number 4 in the series. ISBN: 9992291087 (paperback, 98 pages). [fc]
  • Magda Campbell, Wayne H. Green & Stephen I. Deutch. Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology (Sage, 1985). Part of the series Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry. Volume 2 in the series; ISBN: 0803924631 . [medical]
  • Joseph R. Cautela & June Groden. Relaxation (1978). [general]
  • Stephanie Cave. What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children’s Vaccinations (Warner Books, 2001). ISBN: 0446677078 (paperback, 336 pages). [vaccine]
  • Celiac Sprue Association/United States of America. Cooperative Gluten-Free Commercial Products Listing http://www.csaceliacs.org/gflistorder.html [disability,nutrition]
  • Centre for Community Inclusion. What Frontline Didn’t Tell You (Orono, Main: Author, 1993). [fc]
  • Cathi Cohen. Raise You Child’s Social IQ: Stepping Stones to People Skills for Kids (Advantage Books, 2000). ISBN: 0966036689 (paperback, 292 pages).
  • Jeanine G. Coleman. The Early Intervention Dictionary: A Multidisciplinary Guide to Terminology (Woodbine House, 1993). http://www.woodbinehouse.com/eid.html ISBN: 093314962X (paperback, 337 pages). [disability,se]
  • A.J. Collins, ed. Facilitated Communication: A reference book (Annandale, Va.: National Association of Private Residential Resources, 1992). [fc]
  • Paul Cooper, editor. Understanding and Supporting Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/coo_und.html ISBN: 1853026662 (paperback, 272 pages); ISBN: 1853026654 (hardcover). [disability]
  • John O. Cooper, Timothy E. Heron & William L. Heward Applied Behavioral Analysis (Prentice Hall, 1987). ISBN: 067520223X (hardcover, 651 pages); ISBN: 0675215528 (paperback, Pearson Higher Education, 1987). [behavioral]
  • Harris L. Coulter. Vaccination, Social Violence, and Criminality: The Medical Assault on the American Brain. [disability,vaccine]
  • Harris L. Coulter & Barbara Loe Fisher. A Shot in the Dark (1985). Discusses medical problems attributed to vaccinations/immunizations. ISBN: 089529463X (paperback, 246 pages, 1991). [disability]
  • William G. Crook. Detecting Your Hidden Allergies (Future Health, 1988). ISBN: 0933478151 . [allergy]
  • William G. Crook. Help for the Hyperactive Child: A Good-Sense Guide for Parents of Children with Hyperactivity, Attention Deficits and Other Behavior and Learning Problems (Professional Books, 1991). How-to book for elimination diets. ISBN: 0933478186 . [disability,parent]
  • William G. Crook. The Yeast Connection and the Woman (Professional Books, 1995). Includes material on autism. ISBN: 0933478224 (732 pages). [allergy]
  • William G. Crook. The Yeast Connection Handbook (Professional Books, 1997). Illustrated by Cynthia Crook. ISBN: 0933478232 (273 pages). [disability,nutrition,treatment]
  • William G. Crook. The Yeast Connection (Professional Books, 1989). Describes problems attributed to yeast imbalances in the body. ISBN: 0933478119 . [disability]
  • William G. Crook, Marjorie Hurt & R. N. Jones. The Yeast Connection Cookbook: A Guide to Good Nutrition and Better Health (Nutri Books Corp, 1989). This book is recommended by many parents who are treating their autistic children for a possible yeast imbalance. The book describes people who have a variety of medical complaints (including many which can be viewed as characteristics of Autism) attributed to yeast imbalances in the body. There is a discussion in the book of a case of an Autistic child who measurably improved when treated for yeast. The book offers lists of what is OK to eat and what is not, and is full of delicious recipes for gluten free meals…waffles, pancakes, bread, cookies, etc. ISBN: 093347816X . [disability,nutrition]
  • William Crook. Yeast Connection (1992). Third Edition. ISBN: 0394747003 (paperback, 434 pages, second edition, Vintage books 1986). [allergy]
  • William Crook, Laura Stevens & Cynthia P. Cook. Solving the Puzzle of Your Hard to Raise Child (1987). 368 pages. Includes material on autism. ISBN: 039456054X . [disability]
  • Rosemary Crossley. Gestutzte Kommunikation : Ein Trainingsprogramm zur Kommunikationsfarderung fur Menschen mit Behinderungen (Edition Sozial, 1997). Translation of Facilitated Communication Training ISBN: 3407557965 .
  • Rosemary Crossley. Il Metodo Della Comunicazione Facilitata (Savona, Provincia di Savona/Associazione Bambini Cerebrolesi Liguria, 1998). Translation of *Facilitated Communication Training* [fc,italian]
  • Rosemary Crossley & Anne McDonald. Annie’s coming out (New York: Viking Penguin, 1984). Account of a child with cerebral palsy communicating through facilitated communication. Originally 1980, Penguin, London & Melbourne. ISBN: 0140056882 . [disability,fc,account]
  • Carolyn Cunningham & Kee MacFarlane. When Children Abuse: Group Treatment Strategies for Children With Impulse Control Problems (Safer Society Press, 1996). ISBN: 1884444237 (paperback, 272 pages). [general,se]
  • Susan Curtiss. Genie: A Psycholinguistic Study of a Modern Day “Wild Child” (New York: Academic Press, 1977). [account]
  • Joanne Cuthbertson & Susie Schevill. Helping Your Child Sleep Through the Night (Main Street Press, 1985). ISBN: 0385192509 (paperback, 246 pages).
  • Barbara Coyne Cutler. Unraveling the Special Education Maze. ISBN: 0878222243 .
  • Barbara Coyne Cutler. You, Your Child, and ‘Special’ Education: A Guide to Making the System Work (1983). ISBN: 1557661154 (paperback, 249 pages, reprint edition Paul H. Brookes, 1995). [disability,se]
  • Peter J. D’Adamo. Eat Right for Your Type (Putnam Pub Group, 1996). Or Eat Right 4 Your Type. ISBN: 039914255X (hardcover, 392 pages). [nutrition]
  • Peter J. D’Adamo & Catherine Whitney, contributor. The Eat Right For Your Type Complete Blood Type Encyclopedia (Riverhead Books, 2002). ISBN: 1573229202 (paperback, 583 pages). [nutrition]
  • Anthony Davids. Child Personality and Psychopathology: current topics (1974). [disability]
  • Dennis Debbaudt. Avoiding Unfortunate Situations. [disability]
  • Glenn Doman. What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child (Doubleday, 1974). Explains Doman’s patterning treatment of the brain. New edition was available in 1994 by Doman and Melton. ISBN: 0385021399 (hardcover, 312 pages); ISBN: 0224009346 (hardcover, 291 pages, Jonathan Cape, London, 1974); ISBN: 0944349242 (hardcover, Avery Pub Group, 1990); ISBN: 0871316293 (paperback, 291 pages, Gentle Revolution Press, 1991). [disability]
  • Glenn Doman & David Melton. What to Do About Your Brain-Injured Child, New Edition (Avery Pub. Group, 1994). Update of Glenn Doman’s book. The 2005 Square One editions are labeled “Revised and Updated”, and the 2003 Gentle Revolution Press edition is labeled “30th Anniversary edition”. I am presuming they are the 1994 version. ISBN: 0895295989 (294 pages); ISBN: 1591170222 (290 pages, hardcover, Gentle Revolution Press, 2003); ISBN: 1591170230 (318 pages, paperback, National Book Network, 2003); ISBN: 0757001874 (318 pages, hardcover, Square One Publishers, 2005); ISBN: 0757001866 (318 pages, paperback, Square One Publishers, 2005). [disability]
  • Anne M. Donnellan, Nanette Negri-Shoultz & Gary W. Lavigna. Progress Without Punishment : Effective Approaches for Learners With Behavior Problems (Teachers College, 1988). Part of the series Special Education. ISBN: 0807729116 (paperback, 168 pages). [disability,se,behavioral]
  • Mary Beth Doyle. The Paraprofessional’s Guide to the Inclusive Classroom: Working as a Team (Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, 1997). http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/doyle-3122/index.htm ISBN: 1557663122 (spiral-bound, 160 pages). [se]
  • Athena A. Drewes, editor, Lois J. Carey, editor & Charles E. Schaefer, editor. School-Based Play Therapy (John Wiley & Sons, 2001). ISBN: 0471394025 . [disability,se,play]
  • Marshall Duke, Stephen Nowicki & Elisabeth Martin. Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success (Peachtree Publishers, 1996). ISBN: 1561451266 (paperback, 181 pages). [disability,se,social]
  • V. Mark Durand. Severe Behavior Problems: A Functional Communication Training Approach (The Guilford Press, 1990). Part of the series Treatment Manuals for Practitioners. ISBN: 0898622069 (hardcover, 183 pages); ISBN: 0898622174 (paperback, 183 pages, The Guilford Press, 2002). [disability,behavioral]
  • Lori Ernsperger & Tania Stegen-Hanson. Just Take A Bite: Easy, Effective Answers to Food Aversions and Eating Challenges! (Future Horizons, 2004). ISBN: 1932565124 (paperback, 236 pages). [general,nutrition,disability]
  • Cecilia A. Essau, editor & Franz Petermann, editor. Developmental Psychopathology: Epidemiology, Diagnostics and Treatment (Routledge, 1997). ISBN: 9057021897 (hardcover, 496 pages); ISBN: 9057021900 (paperback, 496 pages, Routledge, 1997). [disability,medical]
  • Mary Falvey. Community-Based Curriculum (Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1989). [disability,se]
  • Jan Faull. Mommy! I Have to Go Potty!: A Parent’s Guide to Toilet Training (Parenting Press, 1996). ISBN: 0965047709 (paperback, 140 pages). [general,parent]
  • Helen Featherstone. A Difference in the Family: Living with a Disabled Child (New York: Penguin, 1981). Covers the emotional issues facing a family with a child with any disability, but also deals specifically with autism at a number of points. Reader: thoughtful and moving. [disability]
  • Ronald S. Federici. Help for the Hopeless Child (Dr. Ronald Federici & Associates, 1998). ISBN: 096671010X (212 pages). [disability]
  • Lydia Fegan, Anne Rauch & Wendy McCarthy. Sexuality and People with Intellectual Disability (1993). ISBN: 1557661405 (hardcover, Paul H. Brooks, 1997). [disability]
  • Ben Feingold. The Feingold Cookbook (New York: Random House, 1979). [disability,nutrition]
  • Carol Fenster. Special Diet Solutions: Healthy Cooking Without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Yeast or Refined Sugar, 3rd edition (Savory Palate, 2001). ISBN: 1889374008 (paperback, 191 pages). [nutrition,allergy,treatment]
  • Richard M. Foxx & Nathan H. Azrin. Toilet Training Persons with Developmental Disabilities: A Rapid Program for Day and Nighttime Independent Toileting (Research Press, 1993). ISBN: 0878220259 ; ISBN: 9995355620 (paperback). [disability,mr]
  • Betsy Franco. Caring, Sharing & Getting Along: Grades PreK-1 (Scholastic, 2000). Not specifically aimed at disabilities, but could be useful. ISBN: 0439201055 (paperback, 64 pages). [social,general,se]
  • Lori A. Frost & Andrew S. Bondy. The Picture Exchange Communication System Training Manual (Cherry Hill, NJ: Pyramid Educational Consultants, 1994). About PECS. See second edition. http://www.pecs.com/ ISBN: 1928598013 (hardcover, 75 pages, 1996). [disability,se]
  • Lori Frost & Andrew Bondy. PECS: The Picture Exchange Communication System, 2nd edition (Cherry Hill, NJ: Pyramid Educational Consultants, 2002). ISBN: 1928598013 (hardcover, 75 pages, 1996). [disability,se]
  • Leo Galland. Superimmunity for Kids (New York: Copestone Press, 1988). ISBN: 0440506794 (paperback, reissue edition, Delacorte Press, 1989). [nutrition]
  • Taro Gami. Everyone Poops. Original in Japanese, 1977, English translation by Amanda Mayer A book to assist in potty training. ISBN: 0916291456 (Stinchecum: Kane/Miller, 1993, $11.95). [general,parent]
  • Robert W. Gardner. Chemical Intolerance – Physiological Causes and Effects and Treatment Modalities (Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 1994). ISBN: 0849389267 (hardcover). [medical]
  • Allan Gardyne. 50 Fabulous Gluten-Free Recipes http://www.ozemail.com.au/~coeliac/ Electronic recipe book. [disability,nutrition]
  • Robert H. Garrison & Elizabeth Somer. The Nutrition Desk Reference, 2nd edition (New Canaan, Connecticut: Keats Publishing, 1985). Replaced by third edition [medical,reference,nutrition]
  • Robert H. Garrison & Elizabeth Somer. The Nutrition Desk Reference, 3rd Edition (New Canaan, Connecticut: Keats Publishing, 1995). ISBN: 0879836652 (hardcover, 663 pages); ISBN: 0879838264 (paperback, 663 pages, 1997). [medical,reference,nutrition]
  • Jane J. Giddan & Norman S. Giddan. Teaching Language With Pictures. Given the authors and the subject, I suspect this book applies at least in part to autism. ISBN: 0398049726 . [se]
  • Barbara Gill. Changed by a Child: companion notes for parents of a child with a disability (Doubleday, 1997). The mother of a Down Syndrome reports her feelings for the benefit of other parents of children with disabilities. ISBN: 0385482426 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0385482434 (paperback, 336 pages, Doubleday, 1998). [disability,parent,account]
  • Timothy M. Gilmour, Paul Madaule & Billie Thompson, ed. About the Tomatis Method (Toronto, Ontario: The Listening Centre Press, 1988). Series of articles. ISBN: 0921568002 . [disability,treatment,ait]
  • Malcom Gladwell. Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (Little, Brown and Company, 2005). Includes discussion of autism. Author takes autism to be inability to read minds. ISBN: 0316172324 (hardcover, 288 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0316172325); ISBN: 0316010669 (paperback, 320 pages, Back Bay Books, 2007, ISBN-13: 978-0316010665); ISBN: 0316011789 (hardcover large print, 304 pages, Thorndike Press, 2005, ISBN-13: 978-0316011785); ISBN: 1586217194 (unabridged audio CD, Hachette Audio, 2005, ISBN-13: 978-1586217198); ISBN: 1586217615 (unabridged audio Cassette, Hachette Audio, 2005, ISBN-13: 978-1586217617). [general,social]
  • Arnold P. Goldstein & Ellen McGinnis. Skillstreaming the Adolescent: New Strategies and Perspectives for Teaching Prosocial Skills (Research Press, 1997). Revised edition. ISBN: 0878223711 (paperback); ISBN: 087822369X (paperback). [disability,social,se]
  • Arnold P. Goldstein, Robert P. Sprafkin, N. Jane Gershaw & Paul Klein. Skillstreaming the Adolescent: A Structured Learning Approach to Teaching Prosocial Skills (1980). ISBN: 0878222057 . [disability,social,se]
  • Daniel Goleman. Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ for Character, Health and Lifelong Achievement (Bantam, 1995). ISBN: 055309503X (hardcover, 352 pages); ISBN: 0553375067 (paperback, 352 pages, Bantam, 1997); ISBN: 1559273828 (cassette, abridged, 1995). [general]
  • Daniel Goleman. Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships (Bantam, 2006). ISBN: 0553803522 (hardcover, 416 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0553803525); ISBN: 055338449X (paperback, 416 pages, Bantam, 2007, ISBN-13: 978-0553384499); ISBN: 0739326791 (hardcover large print, 704 pages, Random House, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-0739326794); ISBN: 1593973713 (unabridged audio CD, Audio Renaissance, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-1593973711); ISBN: 1593979843 (abridged audio CD, Audio Renaissance, 2006, ISBN-13: 978-1593979843). [general,social]
  • Joan F. Goodman & Robert Coles. When Slow is Fast Enough: Educating the Delayed Preschool Child (Guilford Press, 1992). About early intervention programs for developmentally disabled children, including autistic children. ISBN: 0898627931 (hardcover, 306 pages); ISBN: 0898624916 (paperback, 306 pages, 1993). [disability,se,preschool]
  • Elaine Gloria Gottschall. Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health Through Diet (Kirkton Press, 1994). Revised, formerly Food and the Gut Reaction ISBN: 0969276818 (paperback, 1994). [nutrition]
  • Temple Grandin & Sean Barron. Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships (Future Horizons, 2004). ISBN: 193256506X (hardcover). [general]
  • Carol Gray. The Success as an Educational Outcome (1992). Second edition. [se]
  • Carol Gray. Taming the Recess JuNgLe (Jenison Public Schools, Michigan, 1992). ISBN: 188547721X (paperback, Future Horizons, 1993). [se,social]
  • Ross W. Greene. The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, ‘Chronically Inflexible’ Children (NY: HarperCollins, 1998). Cites examples from Tourette’s & ADHD, but mentions PDD, but should apply to children with autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. Reader: Very highly recommended. ISBN: 0060175346 (hardcover, 342 pages); ISBN: 0060931027 (paperback, 336 pages, HarperCollins, 2001); ISBN: 0694521906 (abridged audio cassette, HarperCollins, 1999). [disability,parent]
  • Francis S. Greenspan, ed & Gordon J. Strewler, ed. Basic & Clinical Endocrinology, 5th edition (McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1997). ISBN: 0838505880 (paperback, 823 pages). [medical,text]
  • Stanley I. Greenspan. Infancy and Early Childhood: The Practice of Clinical Assessment and Intervention with Emotional and Developmental Challenges (Madison, CT: International University Press, 1992). ISBN: 0823626334 (hardcover). [disability]
  • Stanley I. Greenspan & Beryl Lieff Benderly. The Growth of the Mind: And the Endangered Origins of Intelligence (Addison-Wesley, 1997). First sentence is “Perhaps the most vivid understanding of the fundamental way emotions influence cognitive growth comes from observing autistic children.” ISBN: 0201483025 (paperback, 384 pages, HarperCollins, 1998); ISBN: 0738200263 (paperback, 384 pages, Perseus Publishing, 1998). [disability,se]
  • Stanley I. Greenspan & Jacqueline Salmon. The Challenging Child: Understanding, Raising, and Enjoying the Five “Difficult” Types of Children (Addison-Wesley, 1995). Describes the self-absorbed or inattentive child. ISBN: 0201441934 (paperback, Perseus Press, 1996). [disability,se]
  • Jane Gregory. Bringing Up a Challenging Child at Home: When Love is Not Enough (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2000). http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/gre_bri.html ISBN: 1853028746 (paperback, 192 pages). [disability,account]
  • Bette Hagman. The Gluten Free Gourmet Cooks Fast and Healthy: Wheat Free with Less Fuss and Fat (Henry Holt, 1996). ISBN: 0805039805 ; ISBN: 0805039813 (paperback, 396 pages, Henry Holt, 1997); ISBN: 0805065253 (paperback, due June 2000). [disability,nutrition]
  • Bette Hagman. The Gluten-Free Gourmet: Living Well without Wheat (Henry Holt, 1990). Cookbook for preparing meals that avoid gluten. New edition coming out in 2000. ISBN: 0805012109 (hardcover, 235 pages); ISBN: 0805018352 (paperback, Henry Holt, 1991). [disability,nutrition]
  • Bette Hagman. The Gluten-Free Gourmet: Living Well without Wheat, 2nd ed (Henry Holt, 2000). New edition. ISBN: 0805064842 (paperback, 272 pages). [disability,nutrition]
  • Bette Hagman. More from the Gluten-Free Gourmet: Delicious Dining Without Wheat (Henry Holt, 1993). Companion to The Gluten-Free Gourment. ISBN: 0805023240 ; ISBN: 0805023232 (paperback, 396 pages, 1994); ISBN: 0805065245 (paperback, due June 2000). [disability,nutrition]
  • Bette Hagman & Peter H. R. Green. The Gluten-Free Gourmet Bakes Bread: More than 200 Wheat-Free Recipes (Henry Holt, 1999). ISBN: 0805060774 (hardcover, 284 pages); ISBN: 0805060782 (paperback, 284 pages, Owl Books, 2000). [disability,nutrition]
  • Nancy Hallaway & Zigurts Strauts. Turning Lead into Gold: How Heavy Metal Poising Can Affect Your Child and How to Prevent and Treat It (New Star Books, 1996). Discusses medical problems attributed to poisoning from lead and other heavy metals along with prevention and treatment. http://www.netminder.com/MetalDetox ISBN: 0921586515 (paperback, 216 pages). [disability]
  • Susan Hartley & John Stewart. The Professional’s Guide to Estate Planning for Families of Individuals with Disabilities (1993). [disability]
  • Susan Hartley, John Stewart & Margo Tesch. Estate Planning for Families of Persons with Disabilities (Life Plan Trust). [disability]
  • P. Haskew & A. Donnellan. Emotional Maturity and Well-Being; Psychological Lessons of Facilitated Communication (Madison, Wisconsin: DRI Press, 1993). 45 pages. [fc]
  • Sharon Heller. Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to Do If You Are Sensory Defensive in an Overstiumulating World (HarperCollins, 2002). ISBN: 0060195207 (hardcover, 380 pages); ISBN: 0060932929 (paperback, 384 pages, Quill, 2003). [disability]
  • David Hewett. Challenging Behaviour: Principles and Practice (London: David Fulton, 1998). Based on the principle that it should be possible to respond to the most challenging behaviour in a way which is still positive and respectful. Includes case histories and examples. Detailed practical advice and tips, including advice on issues like how to keep calm and control one’s own behaviour in frightening, frustrating or explosive situations. Reader: superb. http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?1853464511 ISBN: 1853464511 (paperback). [disability]
  • Meme Hieneman, Karen Childs & Jane Sergay. Parenting with Positive Behavior Support: A Practical Guide to Resolving Your Child’s Difficult Behavior (Brookes Publishing Company, 2006). ISBN: 1557668655 (paperback, 192 pages). [disability,parent,behavioral]
  • Camilla K. Hileman. Point… Click… & Learn. Guide to educational software programs for individuals with developmental disabilities. Available from Future Horizons. [disability]
  • Linda A. Hodgdon. Ten Tried & True Tools to Turn Trials into Teamwork (QuirkRoberts Publishing). http://www.usevisualstrategies.com/ten/ten.htm [general]
  • Hal Huggins. It’s All In Your Head: The Link Between Mercury Amalgams and Illness (Avery Pub Group, 1993). About to mercury/amalgam fillings. ISBN: 0895295504 (paperback, 194 pages). [disability]
  • Inter-Disciplinary Working Party on Issues in Severe Communication Impairment. D.E.A.L. Communication Centre Operation; A Statement of Concern (Melbourne: Author, 1988). Collection of reports by those opposed to DEAL [fc]
  • Helen Irlen. Reading by the colors: Overcoming Dyslexia and Other Reading Disabilities Through the Irlen Method (New York: Avery Pub Group, 1991). Not particularly geared toward autism and asperger’s. ISBN: 0895294826 (paperback, 195). [disability]
  • Brian A. Iwata, ed.. Behavior Analysis in Development Disabilities, 3rd Edition (Journal of Applied Behavior, 1997). ISBN: 1882018036 (paperback, 900 pages). [disability,behavioral]
  • Hillary Johnson. Osler’s Web: Inside the Labyrinth of The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Epidemic (Crown, 1996). An investigative report. ISBN: 051770353X (hardcover); ISBN: 0140263470 (paperback, 736 pages, Penguin, 1997). [disability]
  • Nancy M. Johnson-Martin, Bonnie Hacker & Susan M. Attermeier. The Carolina Curriculum for Preschoolers with Special Needs (Paul H. Brookes, 1990). ISBN: 9992609206 ; ISBN: 1557660328 (paperback, 334 pages). [se,disability]
  • Marjorie Hurt Jones. The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook: Over 325 Natural Food Recipes, Free of Wheat, Milk, Eggs, Corn, Yeast, Sugar and Other Common Food Allergens. Gives over 300 recipes free of all the most common allergens. ISBN: 0875961096 (paperback, Rodale Press, 1992); ISBN: 051712002X (Outlet, 1994).
  • Jowonio School. First Words: Facilitated Communication and the Inclusion of Young Children (Syracuse: Author, 1992). [fc]
  • Barbara Kahan. Healthier Children (Keats Publishing, 1990). ISBN: 0879834757 (paperback, 314 pages). [allergy]
  • Susan L. Kasser. Inclusive Games (Human Kinetics). ISBN: 0873226399 (paperback, 120 pages).
  • Bertram G. Katzung. Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 7th edition (Norwalk, Connecticut: Appleton & Lang, 1997). ISBN: 0838505651 (paperback, 1151 pages).
  • James M. Kauffman, editor & Daniel P. Hallahan, editor. The Illusion of Full Inclusion (Pro Ed, 1995). Includes a section on autism and inclusion by Bernard Rimland. ISBN: 0890796122 (paperback, 364 pages). [se]
  • James M. Kauffman. Characteristics of emotional and behavioral disorders of children and youth, 6th ed. (New York: Macmillan, 1996). ISBN: 0135159741 (hardcover, 612 pages). [disability]
  • Barry Neil Kaufman. Happiness is a Choice (Fawcett Books, 1994). ISBN: 0449907996 (reprint edition, paperback). [general]
  • M. D. Kazatchkine, editor. Intravenous Immunoglobulin Therapy – Clinical Benefits and Future Prospects (New York: The Parthenon Publishing Group, 1995). ISBN: 1850706484 (hardcover). [medical]
  • Stanley D. Klein, editor & John D. Kemp, editor. Reflections from a Different Journey: What Adults with Disabilities Wish All Parents Knew (McGraw-Hill, 2004). ISBN: 0071422692 (hardcover, 224 pages).
  • Lynn Kern Koegel, Robert L. Koegel & Glen Dunlap, ed.. Positive Behavioral Support: Including People with Difficult Behavior in the Community (Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1996). Includes material on autism. http://education.ucsb.edu/~doniel/recentbooks.html http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/koegel-2282/index.htm ISBN: 1557662282 (paperback, 582 pages). [disability,behavioral]
  • Carol Stock Kranowitz. The Out-Of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids With Sensory Integration Dysfunction (Perigee, 2003). ISBN: 0399528431 (paperback, 352 pages). [disability,si]
  • Carol Stock Kranowitz. The Out-Of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping With Sensory Integration Dysfunction (Perigee, 1998). Forward by Larry B. Silver. Reader: best book on sensory integration. http://www.the-out-of-sync-child.com/ ISBN: 0399523863 (paperback, 322 pages). [disability,si]
  • Carol Stock Kranowitz, Stacey Szklut, Elizabeth Haber, Lynn Balzer-Martin & Deanna Iris Sava. Answers to Questions Teachers Ask About Sensory Integration (Sensory Resources, 2001). ISBN: 1931615039 (paperback, 63 pages). [disability,si,se]
  • Roy B. Kupsinel. A Patient’s Guide to Mercury-Amalgam Toxicity. paperback, 75 pages.
  • Jackie Lewis & Debbie Wilson. Pathways to Learning in Rett Syndrome (London: David Fulton, 1998). A guide to the educational needs of people with Rett syndrome. http://www.independence.co.uk/bd.cgi/fulton/isb?185346533X ISBN: 185346533X (paperback, 144 pages). [disability,se]
  • Lisa Lewis. Special Diets for Special Kids (Arlington, Texas: Future Horizons, 1998). http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/page.html http://www.futurehorizons-autism.com/book2.html Also Jessica Kingsley, 1999, 252 pages. http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/autism/lew_spe.html ISBN: 1885477449 (paperback, 252 pages). [nutrition,allergy,treatment]
  • Lisa Lewis.
  • Special Diets for Special Kids, Two (Future Horizons, 2001). ISBN: 1885477813 (hardcover, 256 pages). [nutrition,allergy,treatment]
  • Barbro Lindberg.
  • Understanding Rett Syndrome: A Practical Guide for Parents, Teachers and Therapists (Hogrefe and Huber Publishers, 1990). With a foreword by Andreas Rett. Reader: The sort of book that should be a model for any writing about severely disabled people – thoughtful and full of sensitivity. ISBN: 3456818688 (hardcover); ISBN: 0889370338 (hardcover, 184 pages, 1994). [disability,parent,se]
  • Barbro Lindberg.
  • Understanding Rett Syndrome: A Practical Guide for Parents, Teachers, And Therapists, 2nd Rev edition (Hogrefe & Huber Publishing). ISBN: 088937306X (hardcover, 187 pages, 2006). [disability]
  • Maria C. Linder, editor. Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism with Clinical Applications, 2nd edition (Norwalk, Connecticut: Appleton & Lange, 1991). Textbook ISBN: 0838570844 (hardcover). [medical,text,nutrition]
  • Deborah J. Lobato. Brothers, Sisters and Special Needs: Information and Activities for Helping Young Siblings of Children With Chronic Illnesses and Developmental Disabilities (Paul H. Brookes, 1990). ISBN: 1557660433 (paperback, 213 pages). [disability,family]
  • O. Ivar Lovaas. Behavioral Intervention. [behavioral]
  • Jax Peters Lowell. The Gluten-Free Bible: The Thoroughly Indispensable Guide to Negotiating Life without Wheat (Owl Books, 2005). Revision of Against the Grain. ISBN: 0805077464 (paperback, 560 pages). [general,allergy]
  • G. Reid Lyon, ed. & Judith M. Rumsey, ed.. Neuroimaging: A Window to the Foundations of Learning and Behavior in Children (Paul H. Brookes, 1996). Chapter 6 is on autism. ISBN: 1557662568 (hardcover). [disability]
  • Jeff Lyon & Peter Gorner. Altered Fates: Gene Therapy and the Retooling of Human Life (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1995). ISBN: 0393035964 (hardcover); ISBN: 0393315282 (paperback, 636 pages, 1996). [medical]
  • Zoe Mailloux, ed. Sensory Integrative Approaches In Occupational Therapy (New York: Haworth Press, 1987). ISBN: 0866566651 (hardcover, 179 pages). [disability,ot]
  • Markku Maki, Pekka Collin & J. K. Visakorpi, ed. Coeliac Disease: Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on Coeliac Disease, September 5-7, 1996, Tampere, Finland (1997). 335 pages, 38 chapters. http://www.uta.fi/~llmama/symp/index.htm ISBN: 9514442938 .
  • Darlene Mannix. Life Skills Activities for Special Children (Jossey-Bass, 2002). ISBN: 0876285477 (paperback, 368 pages). [disability]
  • Darlene Mannix. Social Skills Activities for Special Children (Jossey-Bass, 2002). ISBN: 0876288689 (paperback, 416 pages). [disability,social]
  • Darlene Mannix. Social Skills Activities: for Secondary Students with Special Needs (Center for Applied Research in Education, 1997). ISBN: 0876288964 (spiral-bound, 352 pages); ISBN: 0130429066 (paperback, 262 pages, Jossey-Bass, 2002). [disability,social]
  • Michael N. Marsh. Celiac Disease: Methods and Protocols (Humana Press, 2000). Part of the series Methods in Molecular Medicine. ISBN: 0896036502 (hardcover, 304 pages). [allergy]
  • Garry Martin & Joseph Pear. Behavior Modification: What it is and how to do it, 6th edition (Prentice-Hall, 1998). Textbook. ISBN: 0130807427 (paperback, 444 pages). [behavioral,disability]
  • Eric J. Mash, editor & Russell A. Barkely, editor. Treatment of Childhood Disorders, 2nd edition (New York: Guilford Press, 1998). ISBN: 1572302763 (hardcover, 771 pages). [disability]
  • Kim Mataya. AAC Activities for Those with Moderate to Severe Disabilities 98-1 http://www.execpc.com/aac-activities/ [disability]
  • John McEachin. Drills for Discrete Trial Practice. Booklet. [behavioral]
  • John J. McGee & Frank J. Menolascino. Beyond Gentle Teaching: A Nonaversive Approach to Helping Those in Need (Plenum Pub Corp, 1991). ISBN: 0306438569 (hardcover). [disability]
  • Ellen McGinnis & Arnold P. Goldstein. Skillstreaming in Early Childhood: Teaching Prosocial Skills to the Preschool and Kindergarten Child (Champaign, Illinois: Research Press, 1990). Step by step instructions for carrying out various social activities. Includes simple drawings. ISBN: 0878223207 (paperback); ISBN: 0878223215 (paperback). [disability,social,se]
  • Ellen McGinnis & Arnold P. Goldstein. Skillstreaming the Elementary School Child: A Guide for Teaching Prosocial Skills (Research Pr. Co., 1984). 246 pages. Also: Pro-Ed. Aimed at grades 1-5. Reader: excellent book for social skills. ISBN: 0878222359 . [disability,social,se]
  • Ellen McGinnis & Arnold P. Goldstein. Skillstreaming the Elementary School Child: New Strategies and Perspectives for Teaching Prosocial Skills (Research Press, 1997). New edition of the 1984 work. ISBN: 087822372X (paperback). [disability,social,se]
  • Martin J. McMorrow & Richard M. Foxx. Looking for the Words, Teaching Functional Language Strategies (Research Press, 1986). ISBN: 0878222847 . [se]
  • W. McNabb, ed. The Handbook of Facilitated Communication (Vashon Island: Northwest Centre for Information Resources, 1992). Reprint of DEAL pamphlets [fc]
  • David Melton. Todd: The Story of a Brain-Injured Child (Frewin, 1969). Part of the series Gentle Revolution. It is a Father’s story about his son who underwent Doman-Delacato treatment for sensory problems. ISBN: 0090963504 (208 pages); ISBN: 0936676523 (hardcover, Better Baby Press, 1985); ISBN: 093667654X (hardcover, revised). [disability,account]
  • Donald J. Meyer, Patricia F. Vadasy & Cary Pillo, illustrator. Sibshops: Workshops for Siblings of Children with Special Needs (Paul H. Brookes, 1994). Description & guide for a type of siblings support program. http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/meyer-1693/index.htm ISBN: 1557661693 (paperback, 237 pages).
  • Alice Miller. Banished Knowledge: Facing Childhood Injuries, rev. ed. (London: Virago). Includes short section claiming that autism is the fault of abusive and unloving parents. Reader’s comment: poisonous. ISBN: 1860493483 (paperback, 186 pages, 1997). [disability]
  • Susan Martins Miller. Reading Too Soon (Elmhurst, Illinois: Center for Speech and Language Disorders, 1993). About hyperlexia. ISBN: 0963792105 (paperback).
  • Jonathan Mooney & David Cole. Learning Outside the Lines: Two Ivy League Students With Learning Disabilities and ADHD Give You the Tools for Academic Success and Educational Revolution (Fireside, 2000). The authors, who have ADHD, writes about their own experience. ISBN: 068486598X (paperback, 288 pages).
  • David A. Morton III. How to Qualify for Social Security Disability (Fine Books, 1992). ISBN: 0963446401 . [disability]
  • Michael T. Murray. The Healing Power of Herbs, 2nd edition (Prima Publishing, 1992). ISBN: 1559587008 (paperback, 432 pages). [medical]
  • Robert K. Murray, Daryl K. Granner, Peter A. Mayes & Victor W. Rodwell. Harper’s Biochemistry, 25th edition (McGraw-Hill professional Publishing, 1999). ISBN: 0838536840 (paperback, 650 pages). [medical,text]
  • Brenda Smith Myles, Melissa L. Trautman & Ronda L. Schelven. The Hidden Curriculum: Practical Solutions for Understanding Unstated Rules in Social Situations (Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2004). ISBN: 1931282609 (paperback, 96 pages).
  • National Education Association. Truth in Labeling: Disproportionality in Special Education (National Education Association, 2007). ISBN: 0810620405 (paperback, 52 pages).
  • Randall Neustaedter. The Vaccine Guide: Making an Informed Choice, 2nd ed (North Atlantic Books, 1996). ISBN: 1556432151 (paperback, 260 pages).
  • Christopher Nolan. Under the eye of the clock. About using facilitated communication with cerebral palsy. ISBN: 1559705124 (paperback, 176 pages, due March 2000); ISBN: 1850897875 (audio cassette, 1994). [disability,fc,account]
  • Stephen Nowicki, Jr. & Marshall Duke. Will I Ever Fit In? The Breakthrough Program for Conquering Adult Dyssemia (Free Press, 2002). ISBN: 0743202597 (hardcover, 256 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0743202596).
  • Stephen Nowicki & Marshall P. Duke. Helping the Child Who Doesn’t Fit in (Peachtree Publishers, 1992). ISBN: 1561450251 (paperback, 178 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1561450251). [disability,se,social]
  • Kevin J. O’Connor. The Play Therapy Primer (John Wiley & Sons, 2000). ISBN: 0471248738 .
  • Robert E. O’Neill, Robert H. Horner, Richard A. Albin, Keith Storey & Jeffrey R. Sprague. Functional Assessment and Program Development for Problem Behavior: A Practical Handbook, 2nd edition (Wadsworth Publishing, 1996). Perhaps the 2nd edition of the 1990 book by the same authors that had a different title. ISBN: 0534260225 (paperback, 123 pages).
  • Raymond G. Romanczyk, Stephanie Lockshin & Linda Matey. The Individualized Goal Selection Curriculum (Vestal, NY: CBTA, 1982). 225 pages. I’m not certain whether this is specific to autism. I think it has been updated over time, e.g. a 1996 version called “Version 9″. [behavioral]
  • Aviva Jill Romm. Vaccinations: A Thoughtful Parent’s Guide: How to Make Safe, Sensible Decisions and the Risks, Benefits, and Alternatives (Inner Traditions Intl Ltd, 2001). ISBN: 0892819316 (paperback, 288 pages). [general,medical,vaccine]
  • Michael S. Rosenberg & Irene Edmond-Rosenberg. The Special Education Sourcebook: A Teacher’s Guide to Programs, Materials, and Information Sources. ISBN: 0933149522 . [se]
  • Laurence R. Sargent. Social Skills for School and Community: Systematic Instruction for Children and Youth With Cognitive Delays (Des Moines, Iowa: The Division on Mental Retardation of the Council for Exceptional Children, 1991). ISBN: 0685520870 (paperback); ISBN: 086586313X (paperback, 1998, revised edition). [mr,disability,se]
  • Jeremy D. Schmahmann, ed., Peter Jenner, ed. & Ronald J. Bradley, ed.. The Cerebellum and Cognition (Academic Press, 1997). Part of the series International Review of Neurobiology. Volume 41 of the series. ISBN: 0126256608 (paperback, 665 pages). [medical]
  • Catherine Chemin Schneider. Sensory Secrets: How to Jump-Start Learning in Children (Concerned Communications). ISBN: 0936785950 (paperback, 160 pages). [disability,si]
  • Sue Schwartz.
  • The New Language of Toys: Teaching Communication Skills to Children With Special Needs, a Guide for Parents and Teachers (Woodbine House, 2004). ISBN: 1890627488 (paperback, 249 pages). [disability,se]
  • Naomi Scott.
  • Special Needs, Special Horses: A Guide To The Benefits Of Therapeutic Riding (University of North Texas Press, 2005). Part of the series Practical Guide Series. Volume 4 of the series. ISBN: 157441190X (hardcover, 224 pages); ISBN: 1574411926 (paperback, 224 pages). [disability]
  • Bruce Semon & Lori Kornbloom.
  • Feast Without Yeast: Four Stages to Better Health (Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition, 1999). ISBN: 0967005701 (paperback, 400 pages, 2002). [disability,allergy]
  • Sensory Integration International.
  • A Parents’ Guide to SI. Booklet [se,parent]
  • Sharing to Learn.
  • Facilitated Communication; A guide to resource materials (Thornhill, Ontario: Author, 1993). [fc]
  • Sharing to Learn.
  • Facilitated Communication; A set of readings (Thornhill, Ontario: Author, 1993). Reprints of a number of articles. [fc]
  • Sharing to Learn.
  • Facilitated Communication; A set of readings, 2nd edition (Thornhill, Ontario: Author, 1994). Reprints of a number of articles. [fc]
  • Jack P. Shonkoff, editor & Samuel J. Meisels, editor.
  • Handbook of Early Childhood Intervention, 2nd edition (Cambridge University Press, 2000). ISBN: 052158471X (hardcover, 734 pages); ISBN: 0521585732 (paperback, 733 pages, Cambridge University Press, 2000). [disability]
  • Annagret Shubert.
  • Facilitated Communication Resource Guide (1992). 240 pages. [fc]
  • George S. Siegel, Bernard W. Agranoff, R. Wayne Albers & Perry B. Molinoff.
  • Basic Neurochemistry, 5th edition (New York: Raven Press, 1994). [medical,text]
  • Laurence M. Siegel.
  • The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child, 3rd Edition (Nolo Press, 2004). ISBN: 1413300170 (paperback, 300 pages). [se,disability,parent,advocacy]
  • Lawrence M. Siegel.
  • The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child (Nolo Press, 2001). See newer edition. ISBN: 0873376072 (paperback, 300 pages). [se,disability,parent,advocacy]
  • Robin Simons.
  • After the Tears: Parents Talk About Raising a Child with a Disability (Harcourt Brace, 1987). ISBN: 0156029006 (paperback, 89 pages); ISBN: 0151039631 (hardcover, 89 pages). [disability,parent,account]
  • Patricia L. Sitlington & Gary M. Clark.
  • Transition Education and Services for Students with Disabilities, 4th Edition (Allyn & Bacon, 2005). ISBN: 020541642X (hardcover, 432 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0205416424). [disability]
  • Ed Smith.
  • Therapeutic Herb Manual, 1993 edition. [medical]
  • Karen A. Smith & Karen R. Gouze.
  • The Sensory-Sensitive Child: Practical Solutions for Out-of-Bound Behavior (HarperResource, 2004). ISBN: 006052717X (hardcover, 304 pages); ISBN: 0060527188 (paperback, 304 pages, HarperResource, due May 1, 2005). [disability]
  • Martha E. Snell & Fredda Brown.
  • Instruction of students with severe disabilities, 5th ed (Prentice-Hall, 1999). ISBN: 0130142476 (paperback, 683 pages). [se,behavioral]
  • Thomas Sowell.
  • The Einstein Syndrome: Bright Children Who Talk Late (Basic Books, 2001). ISBN: 0465081401 (hardcover, 256 pages); ISBN: 046508141X (paperback, 256 pages, Basic Books, 2002). [general,disability]
  • Thomas Sowell.
  • Late-Talking Children (HarperCollins, 1997). ISBN: 0465038344 (hardcover, 192 pages); ISBN: 0465038352 (paperback, 224 pages, Basic Books, 1998). [general,disability,account]
  • Herman Spitz.
  • Nonconscious Movements: From Mystical Messages to Facilitated Communication (Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1997). Skeptical of FC. 202 pages. ISBN: 0805825649 (paperback, 202 pages); ISBN: 0805825630 (hardcover). John Upledger.
  • Discover the CranioSacral System (Palm Beach, Florida: Upledger, 1988). [medical]
  • Anne-Marguerite Vexiau.
  • Je Choisis Ta Main Pour Parler. [fc,french]
  • Martha Welch.
  • Holding Time: How to Eliminate Conflict, Temper Tantrums, & Sibling Rivalry (Fireside, 1989). A book on holding therapy ISBN: 0671688782 (paperback). [disability]
  • Anne Patterson Wildemann.
  • Understanding and Managing Child Behavior in the 90’s (Future Horizons, 1993). ISBN: 1885477104 (paperback, 70 pages). [se,behavioral,parent]
  • Jim Wilson.
  • A Parent’s Introduction to “Behavior Modification” (Future Horizons). ISBN: 1885477244 (paperback, 51 pages, 1996). [se,behavioral,parent]
  • Louise Wilson.
  • This Stranger, My Son; A Mother’s Story (Putnam, 1968). This book is about a child with schizophrenia. At one time, autism was often labeled “childhood schizophrenia”, but this story does not report about an autistic child. ISBN: 0451113012 ; ISBN: 9998449456 ; ISBN: 0719518717 ; ISBN: 0399107975 . [disability,account]
  • L. Wodrich & S. A. Kush.
  • Children’s Psychological Testing: A Guide for Nonpsychologists, 2nd ed (Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1990). Third edition is available (below). [disability]
  • David L. Wodrich.
  • Children’s Psychological Testing: A Guide for Nonpsychologists, 3rd ed (Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1997). http://www.pbrookes.com/e-catalog/books/wodrich-2770/index.htm ISBN: 1557662770 (paperback, 400 pages). [disability]
  • Joseph Wolpe.
  • Behavior Therapy in Psychiatric Practice. ISBN: 008021147X . [disability,behavioral]
  • Joseph Wolpe.
  • The Practice of Behavior Therapy (Allyn & Bacon, 1990). Part of the series Pergamon General Psychology. ISBN: 0205145140 . [disability,behavioral]
  • Joseph Wolpe.
  • Theme and Variations: A Behavior Therapy Casebook.
  • Mary Wood. Developmental Therapy Sourcebook.
  • Peter W. D. Wright & Pamela Darr Wright. From Emotions to Advocacy: The Special Education Survival Guide (Harbor House Law Press, 2001). Part of the series Wrightslaw. ISBN: 1892320088 (paperback, 400 pages).
  • From Emotions to Advocacy: The Special Education Survival Guide, 2nd Edition (Harbor House Law Press, 2006). Part of the series Wrightslaw. ISBN: 1892320096 (paperback, 311 pages).
  • Peter W. D. Wright & Pamela Darr Wright. Special Education Law (Harbor House Law Press, 1999). Part of the series Wrightslaw. ISBN: 1892320037 (paperback, 386 pages).
  • Peter W. D. Wright & Pamela Darr Wright.
  • Special Education Law, 2nd Edition (Harbor House Law Press, 2007). Part of the series Wrightslaw. ISBN: 1892320169 (paperback, 446 pages).
  • Ian S. Zagon & Patricia J. McLaughlin. Receptors in the Developing Nervous System – Volume 2 – Neurotransmitters (London: Chapman & Hall, 1993). ISBN: 0412494000 (hardcover, 276 pages, Kluwer Academic Publishers). [
  • Susan Zimmermann. Grief Dancers: a journey into the depths of the soul (Colorado: Nemo Press, 1996). An account by a mother of coming to terms with her daughter’s Rett syndrome. ISBN: 0965269523 (paperback, 245 pages).
  • L. Stafford. Communication Menu Handbook (Auckland, New Zealand: Longman Paul, 1993). Resource. [fc]
  • Susan Stainback, ed & William Stainback, ed. Inclusion: A Guide for Educators (Paul H. Brookes, 1996). ISBN: 1557662312 (paperback, 400 pages). [se]
  • Susan Stainback, William Stainback & Martha Forest, ed. Educating All Students in the Mainstream of Regular Education (1989). ISBN: 1557660220 . [se]
  • Daniel P. Stites, Abba I. Terr & Tristam G. Parslow. Basic & Clinical Immunology, 8th edition (Norwalk, Connecticut: Appleton & Lang, 1994). ISBN: 0838505430 . [medical,text]
  • Stokes Pharmacy. Celiac Sprue, A Guide Through the Medicine Cabinet http://www.stokesrx.com/celiac.htm [allergy]
  • K. Strandt-Conroy & L. Sabin. Making Connections: Facilitating Communicating in an Inclusive Classroom (Madison, Wisconsin: DRI Press, 1993). 43 pages. [fc,se]
  • Susan Strauss. Is it Well With the Child? A Parent’s Guide to Raising a Mentally Handicapped Child (1975). ISBN: 0385053002 . [disability,parent]
  • Bonnie Baron Strickland & Ann P. Turnbull. Developing and Implementing Individualized Education Programs, 3rd Edition (Prentice Hall, 1990). ISBN: 0675211425 (paperback, 528 pages). [general,se]
  • Sue Thompson. The Source for Nonverbal Learning Disorders (LinguiSystems, Inc., 1997). Formerly known as I Shouldn’t Have To Tell You: A Guide to Understanding Nonverbal Learning Disorders http://www.linguisystems.com/ ISBN: 0760601631 (spiral bound, 182 pages). [disability,se]
  • Janet Tod & Mike Blamires. Speech and Language (David Fulton, 1999). Part of the series Individual Education Plans. ISBN: 1853465224 (paperback, 112 pages). [disability,se]
  • Alfred Tomatis. The Conscious Ear: My Life of Transformation Through Listening (Barrytown: Station Hill Press). Translated from the French. Tomatis is the developer of the Tomatis method if Audio Integration Training. I am not certain whether the book is specifically about Autism. ISBN: 0882681087 (paperback, 306 pages, Talman Company, 1992). [treatment,ait]
  • John Parks Towbridge & Morton Walker. The Yeast Syndrome: How to Help Your Doctor Identify And Treat The Real Cause Of Your Yeast-Related Illness. ISBN: 0553277510 (paperback, Bantam Books, 1986); ISBN: 0553262696 (paperback, Bantam Books). [allergy]
  • Boys Town. Basic Social Skills for Youth: A Handbook from Boys Town (Boys Town Press, 1997). Outlines eight social skills. Reader: real basic steps. ISBN: 0938510398 (paperback, 38 pages). [disability,social,se]
  • Edmond L. Truelove & Doris J. Stiefel. Dental treatment of the patient with a developmental disability (University of Washington, School of Dentistry, 1985). Four units include one on autism. [disability]
  • Henry Turkel. Medical Treatment of Downs Syndrome and Genetic Diseases (1985). 402 pages.
  • H. Rutherford Turnbull, Ann P. Turnbull, G. J. Bronicki, Jean Ann Summers & Constance Roeder-Gordon. Disability and the Family (Paul H. Brookes, 1989). 405 pages.
  • Diane Twachtman-Cullen & Jennifer Twachtman-Reilly. How Well Does Your IEP Measure Up? (Starfish Specialty Press, 2002). ISBN: 0966652924 (paperback, 250 pages).
  • Nancy B. Tyler, ed. Sensory Integration Topics: faculty reviews (Pasadena, Calif.: Center for the Study of Sensory Integrative Dysfunction, 1980). 70 pages.

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