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My Brother is Autistic

Author : Jennifer Moore-Mallinos
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Having a brother with autism can sometimes be hard. This book describes some of the realities that children with autism and their brothers and sisters experience every day.

My Brother Is Special My Brother Has Autism

Author : Marta Schmidt-Mendez
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My Brother is Special, My Brother Has Autism tells the story of a little girl's wish of having a baby brother. It covers the anticipation a big sibling feels as she prepares for her new role in the family. My Brother is Special, My Brother Has Autism highlights the journey of a family as they come to realize that their long awaited little boy is changing from the happy toddler they knew into an introverted less verbal boy. This story, as seen through the eyes of a sibling, expresses the confusion and pain a family feels when a diagnosis of autism is made. The story also highlights the beauty of accepting someone, even though they may be different, and realizing that, sometimes, a dream doesn't end, it just needs to be adjusted. A diagnosis of autism impacts all family members. Adults are able to speak with professionals, explore the internet, and speak with others in similar situations. Young children have less options. It is frightening for them to see the adults in their lives in distress with little understanding of the reason. This book was written for the children impacted by the diagnosis of someone in their family. It is the hope of the author that this book assists parents, teachers, and other adults, in helping children to cope in these situations.

Why Is My Brother Autistic

Author : Alexandra Amoroso
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1 in 88 children are diagnosed with autism. Why are these kids autistic? What is autism? My younger brother was diagnosed with autism at age 2, he learns slower than other children and needs more one on one help. For me as a child, I learned a lot as well and the main thing I learned was to be respectful of other people despite their disabilities. I decided to write a book for children who have siblings with autism or want to learn what it is like to grow up having an autistic sibling. Siblings are out best friends and it is important to be there for your sibling. When they need support or someone there, the first person they will look for is you because other than your parents, you know your sibling and know what's best for them.

Sometimes My Brother

Author : Angie Healy
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Three-year old Foster explains his perspective of his older brother, Gavin, who has autism. Shows the challenges the boys face and the obstacles they overturn. Demonstrates what autism is all about, and lets other siblings of children with autism know tha

My Brother Is Autistic

Author : S. E. N. Source
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A social story to explain a little about autism to a child who has a sibling with ASD

What about Me

Author : Brennan Farmer
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"Having a sibling on the spectrum brings great joy. It also brings a flurry of emotions, challenges and questions. Written by a seven-year-old boy, "What About Me?" works through the day-to-day struggles and joys of being an autism sibling."--Back cover.

Growing Up with an Autistic Brother

Author : Alexandra Amoroso
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I had a childhood unlike most children. I grew up with a brother who was diagnosed with low functioning autism. My childhood and teenage years were very challenging and I often wondered if I would be my brothers next care taker, if I would be able to go to college, and how my future and his future would be. We were told that my brother was qualified for help and services and my parents fought for that help. It was beyond difficult and something no family with a special needs child should have to do. There is help out there for every autistic child but they prevent you from getting it. My mom made a risky and hard decision to get my brother the care he needs that my parents can no longer give him. It was getting to be to much for my parents and myself. No family should have to fight to get their child the services and care they need. I hope this book helps siblings, parents, grandparents, cousins, or anyone who knows someone with autism. I want to share my own story of what my life was like growing up with a brother with autism. It was a life much different from most children but it was truly a blessing and I wouldn't change it for the world.

My Brother is Different

Author : Louise Gorrod
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A booklet to help young siblings of autistic children understand what autism is.

Everybody is Different

Author : Fiona Bleach
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A book specifically designed to answer various questions that brothers and sisters of young people with autism may have, including "What is autism?", "Is there a cure?," and "Why does my brother or sister not look at me?"

My Brother with Autism A Story Book to Celebrate Differences

Author : S. Nadia
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Dave notices that Noah behaves differently from him. He asks his Mother if there is something wrong with his brother. His Mother gently explains that his bother is autistic and when she is done, this leads Dave to have a better understanding and appreciation for his brother. My Brother with Autism gently introduces Autism to children. The story book encourages kids to be loving and mindful of the differences that exists between them and autistic kids.

Bluegrass Unlimited

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South African Outlook

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An independent journal dealing with ecumenical and racial affairs.

Autism Through a Sister s Eyes

Author : Eve B. Band
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Subtitle on cover: A young girl's view of her brother's autism.

Tilt

Author : Elizabeth Burns
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Bridget Fox's perfect life with a loving husband and two beautiful daughters is turned upside down when it is discovered that her elder daughter, Maeve, is not developing that way she is supposed to be, a situation that is further complicated by a diagnosis of autism. A first novel. Reprint.

Kliatt Young Adult Paperback Book Guide

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SPAFA Journal

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Guideposts for the Spirit

Author : Julie Hogan
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Collected here are stories of hope and comfort written by those who have experienced difficulties, challenges and sorrows. The authors of these uplifting accounts have often been surprised by the hope that can spring, sometimes unexpectedly, from even the darkest of situations. The book will encourage and inspire with its accounts of the journey from grief, sorrow, and fear to peace, hope and faith.

Redbook

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The Young H lderlin

Author : Roy C. Shelton
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Without exaggeration one might say that Shelton paints a whole, new picture of Hölderlin in his monograph. He is the first writer to present the young Hölderlin, not of the viewpoint of his later works, but objectively and unprejudiced. He makes use of the sources to reveal the young man, the student he was in this period of his life. The result is the first Hölderlin biography that is free of grafted-on concepts and hindsight in interpretation, of falsifications that arise from seeing Hölderlin from a certain angle and interpreting his works according to preconceived notions.

Harvard Magazine

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