Thinking in Pictures: And Other Reports from My Life with Autism
The captivating subject of Oliver Sack's "Anthropologist on Mars, here is Temple Grandin's personal account of living with autism extraordinary gift of animal empathy has transformed her world and ours.
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Very insightful, one of the most informative books about autism I've ever read because it comes from the horses mouth. It is also filled with the strength and hope of someone who has learnt how to utilise the positive aspects of her disability to create a successful life for herself and wishes to see others in the same position doing the same.
Excellent book from an Autistic personUser Review - antiquerestorer - Walmart
I have an autistic son who is now 21. I was able to meet the author at a seminar in Atlanta. Reading this book gave me an insight into how my son was thinking. I liked it so much that this is proably ... Read full review
Foreword by Oliver Sacks
The Great Continuum Diagnosing Autism
The Squeeze Machine Sensory Problems in Autism
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