THINKING IN PICTURES: And Other Reports from My Life with AutismEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
An extraordinary view into the workings of an autistic mind. Grandin, a professor of animal behavior (Colorado State Univ.) and a world-renowned designer of livestock equipment, attributes her creativity, technical skills and understanding of animals to the autism that has set her apart from most of human society. Unlike the rest of us, Grandin does not think in words. As she describes it, she has ... Read full review
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Temple, thank you! You inspired me in a lot of ways then I ever realized before. I watched the movie that was based on your life and I have to tell you: that was the one thing that inspired me the most when it came to living with Autism. My name is Jessica Ness. I've known I was autistic for eleven years now. I first found out I was autistic when I was ten. Temple, after seeing the movie based on your life and reading about everything you've done in your life already, your story gave me a ton of inspiration. I actually love to write books too! I actually have three novels done and I'm working on a children's book series. Without knowing about you and reading and watching your whole life story, I honestly don't know where I would be right now. I really hope I meet you in person someday. Thank you for everything! You will always inspire me to be all I can be!
Review: Thinking in Pictures, Expanded Edition: My Life with AutismUser Review - Abuela Linda - Goodreads
Temple Grandin taught me so much about autism and her work to improve conditions of cattle in slaughterhouses is inspiring. The importance of early intervention with children who have been diagnosed ... Read full review