Interview with author Kevin Berry on his new book ‘Stim’

‘Robert is different. He has Asperger’s Syndrome. He experiences the world differently to 99% of the population. Follow his entertaining and highly empathetic story as he struggles to realise and accept who he really is, try to understand other people – which he cannot – and find a girlfriend. Especially find a girlfriend – he’s […]

Mari Nosal on the ‘Ten Commandments of Interacting With Kids on the Autism Spectrum’

Mari Nosal from Plymouth, Massachusetts, has used her own experiences of raising a child with Asperger’s Syndrome, now a young man, and her years of professional experience working with both children and parents within the autism community to help and inform others. Mari is a published autism author and blogger with over 25 years’ experience […]

The Reason I Jump – how adapting an Autism guide allowed a father to understand his son

Naoki Higashida was only 13 when he wrote The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism. It is not a book like The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, but rather a series of questions and answers about being Autistic, written by an Autistic individual. Much like a […]

Interview with Gonzalo W Benard, author of The Sacred Book of G

Gonzalo W. Bénard is an artist, curator and published writer, “The Sacred Book of G” is his fourth published book, his previous books have all been about his passion of photography. This book is a collection of ‘memoirs and philosophy through an autistic mind.’ Gonzalo is on the autistic spectrum. The information on Gonzalo’s website […]

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Blue Bottle Mystery: An Asperger Adventure, to be made into new comic

Blue Bottle Mystery: An Asperger Adventure  – Kathy Hoopmann is the author of the Blue Bottle Mystery: An Asperger Adventure. The book centers around the character of a child, Ben who has Asperger’s syndrome, and his adventures with best friend Andy. The book starts with Ben sitting in the classroom and being reprimanded by his […]

Man with Asperger’s syndrome signs with national book publisher Charisma House

Rochester Hills, Michigan – Ron Sandison has Asperger’s syndrome. Talking to the Daily Tribune, he explained that he struggled during his early years and experienced bullying at school because he was “socially awkward.” Now that Ron has a book deal with a national publishing house, he wants to help others.  His book, “A Concise Guide […]

Book Review – Jimmy, Me and Autism by Sarah Pounder

Manchester, UK  – First time author Sarah Pounder, is a married mother of 3 young boys, Jimmy, Adam and Joel. Her eldest son Jimmy, (James) aged 11, is severely autistic, has a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), and profound learning difficulties. Her book, Jimmy, Me and Autism documents her […]

The Egyptian Jackal Princess authored by young man with autism

CLYDE – Mike and Kathleen Davis never thought their autistic son was serious about writing and publishing a book, they even put him off with excuses. However to their surprise Tyler announced that he had found somebody to publish his book. His parents did not believe him and asked how he had found a publisher […]

A stranded sea turtle in new children’s book helped by young girl with autism

Cape Cod, MA – Sara Hoagland Hunter, author of The Unbreakable Code and The Lighthouse Santa has written a new book that mixes cold hard science with autism. The book is called Every Turtle Counts and stars Mimi, a young child with autism, who discovers a nearly dead Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle on the Cape […]

Author Jesse A. Saperstein to Speak at Tuckahoe Middle School in New York

Tuckahoe Middle School, New York – will welcome best-selling author and autism advocate Jesse A. Saperstein for a presentation to students on April 25. Jesse A. Saperstein has Asperger’s syndrome and is author of, “Atypical: Life with Asperger’s in 20 1/3 Chapters,” published by Penguin Group in April 2010. The book quickly rose to the […]