Books About Asperger Syndrome
The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome by Tony Attwood
The Complete Guide to Asperger Syndrome is exactly what it claims to be. Tony Attwood is one of the top experts in the field, and the book covers almost everything there is to know about the subject.
Book Review:The Oasis Guide to Asperger Syndrome
The OASIS Guide to Asperger Syndrome by Patricia Romanowski Bashe and Barbara L. Kirby is a deep, broad and highly readable collection of information for parents of children with Asperger Syndrome.
Book Review: Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome
Temple Grandin and others have written eloquently about what it's like to grow up on the autism spectrum, but they've generally written from the perspective of a grown-up. Here's an account from a kid right in the thick of it, an adolescent with Asperger's who wants parents to know what it feels like, and other kids to know they're not the only ones who feel that way
Book Review: All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome
This looks like one of those cute gift books, but it's got a serious purpose: to provide a description of Asperger syndrome behaviors in the context of a creature for whom independence and aloofness is a point of pride. It's a clever, charming package.
Book Review: Kids in the Syndrome Mix of ADHD, LD, Asperger's...
If your child has behavioral challenges, you've probably had the experience of reading symptoms for one diagnosis after another and feeling your child could be tagged with any of them. Kids in the Syndrome Mix works to sort out some of those tangled strands and lead parents to meaningful interventions for their children, whatever the diagnosis may be.
Book Review: Asperger Syndrome and Bullying
A victim of school bullying battles back as an adult in this small helpful handbook. Dubin identifies the traits of kids with AS that make them particularly vulnerable to bullies, and presents suggestions for schools, teachers, parents and bystanders to end the abuse and make classrooms more inclusive
Review: Realizing the College Dream with Autism or Asperger Syndrome
Some parents read books about miracle cures or stoic acceptance for inspiration, but for parents of older kids with special needs, who are finally facing the future, a book like this might fill the bill. While it does offer instruction and advice, it's mostly the story of a kid who, against the odds, went to college and did just fine.
Something Different About Dad: How To Live With Your Asperger’s Parent
Something Different About Dad: How To Live With Your Asperger’s Parent is a short graphic book written by Kirsti Evans and illustrated by John Swogger. Intended for younger children, it's a tool for explaining a parent's Asperger syndrome in the context of parenthood.