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Rules —Lord, Cynthia.

Frustrated at life with an autistic brother, twelve-year-old Catherine longs for a normal existence but her world is further complicated by a friendship with a young paraplegic.

Slug days —Leach, Sara, 1971- author.

Seeing the world very differently because of her Asperger syndrome, young Lauren struggles to navigate the challenges of school life and masters tricks to stay calm, understand others' feelings, and let her personality s...

Can you see me? —Scott, Libby, author.

Eleven-year-old Tally is starting sixth grade at Kingswood Academy and she really wants to fit in, which means somehow hiding her autism, hypersensitivity to touch, and true self, and trying to act "normal" like her form...

Bad best friend —Vail, Rachel, author.

Eighth-grader Niki's best friend, Ava, dumps her just as life at home is becoming more complicated by her brother Danny's behavior and her mother's refusal to admit Danny is on the autism spectrum.

Do you know me? —Scott, Libby, author.

Tally Olivia Adams is a twelve-year-old (just) autistic girl faced with the prospect of a week-long end-of-the-year class trip, which worries her, because there will be "teams" and "activities" and "competition" all of w...

The two trees —Meadows, Sally, author.

Jaxon's older brother Syd is smart, really smart. But all Jaxon wants is someone to play with. When Jaxon sees Syd having trouble interacting with other kids, he is torn between loyalty to his brother and the frustatio...

Juan has the jitters —Cruz, Aneta, author.

Juan is an autistic boy about to start school, and the thought is giving him the jitters; he copes by concentrating on routine things and clapping, but he is worried about being laughed at in school--but his teacher has ...

A friend for Henry —Bailey, Jenn, 1965- author.

Henry would like to find a friend at school, but for a boy on the autism spectrum, making friends can be difficult, as his efforts are sometimes misinterpreted, or things just go wrong--but Henry keeps trying, and in the...

Bat and the waiting game —Arnold, Elana K., author.

When Bat's older sister Janie gets a part in the school play, and can't watch him after school, it means some pretty big changes. For one, someone else will have to take care of the skunk kit in the afternoons.

A boy called Bat —Arnold, Elana K., author.

When his veterinarian mom brings home a stray baby skunk that needs rehabilitation before it can be placed in a wild animal shelter, Bat, who has austim, resolves to prove that he is up to the challenge of caring for the...

Planet Earth is blue —Panteleakos, Nicole, author.

Autistic and nearly nonverbal, twelve-year-old Nova is happy in her new foster home and school, but eagerly anticipates the 1986 Challenger launch, for which her sister, Bridget, promised to return.

My rainbow —Neal, DeShanna, author.

"A dedicated mom puts love into action as she creates the perfect rainbow-colored wig for her transgender daughter, based on the real-life experience of mother-daughter advocate duo Trinity and DeShanna Neal"-- Provided ...

Anything but typical —Baskin, Nora Raleigh.

Jason, a twelve-year-old autistic boy who wants to become a writer, relates what his life is like as he tries to make sense of his world.

Al Capone does my shirts —Choldenko, Gennifer, 1957-

A twelve-year-old boy named Moose moves to Alcatraz Island in 1935 when guards' families were housed there, and has to contend with his extraordinary new environment in addition to life with his autistic sister.

My brother Charlie —Peete, Holly Robinson, 1964-

A girl tells what it is like living with her twin brother who has autism and sometimes finds it hard to communicate with words, but who, in most ways, is just like any other boy. Includes authors' note about autism.

All sorts —Goodhart, Pippa, author.

When Frankie begins sorting out her toy box, she decides not to stop there. She organises her bedroom, her classroom . . . even the garden! "Perhaps people can be organised too?" she wonders. But how? Frankie quickly rea...

Bat and the waiting game —Arnold, Elana K., author.

"For Bixby Alexander Tam (nicknamed Bat), life is pretty great. He's the caretaker of the best baby skunk in the world--even Janie, his older sister, is warming up to Thor. When Janie gets a part in the school play and c...

Al Capone shines my shoes —Choldenko, Gennifer, 1957-

Moose Flanagan, who lives on Alcatraz along with his family and the families of the other prison guards, is frightened when he discovers that noted gangster Al Capone, a prisoner there, wants a favor in return for the he...

Forever Neverland —Adrian, Susan, author.

Told in two voices, Clover, twelve, and her autistic brother Fergus, eleven, discover they are descended from Wendy Darling and set off with Peter Pan for adventures in Neverland.

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