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Our November editor's picks will help you find the perfect book in no time at all, with no fuss. We know how difficult it can be when you don't know where to start looking for a good read, so these seven books will give you a headstart!
This book offers practical and thought-provoking plans for rebuilding social connections, returning to school, handling stress, and navigating a post-COVID world.
Do you need practical tips for applying for jobs and attending interviews?
Are you moving from home for the first time? What do you need to know to best equip yourself?
With an authentic and conversational tone, It Takes A Village is an inspiring book that seeks to provide practical strategies and advice for the challenges that parents with ADHD or autism face.
Have you ever felt like the odds were stacked against you just because of your disability?
Expect A Miracle is brimming with important life lessons and tips. It will open your eyes to the different challenges people on the autism spectrum often experience and how they overcome these challenges in their own unique ways. Share this story with your friends, colleagues, and anyone who has ever felt alone and misunderstood.
NAPPA Award Winner!
Mom's Choice Award Winner!
Many parents are not sure of what to say and do to help their children improve their social interactions. This book helps open the door of communication between parent and child by addressing 100 social rules for home, school, and the community.
Teacher's Choice Award Winner!
Moonbeam Children's Book Award Winner!
Learn social skills while solving social mysteries!
Detective agencies come in many shapes and forms, but never before has there been a one-man social detective agency! Johnny Multony, transformed from not fitting to a socially savvy kid, starts the first-ever social detective agency. He is then hired by other students in his school for help with common interpersonal dilemmas, such as cliques, dealing with disappointments, bullying, personal space, friends, body language, and much more.
Out of the myriad of resources in the status quo for families facing a confirmation of an autism diagnosis, relatively few exist aimed at autistic children themselves.
Fortunately, Living Outside the Box is one notable exception.