My Brother is Autistic

My Brother is Autistic Author Jennifer Moore-Mallinos
ISBN-10 1908973242
Release 2013
Pages 31
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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.



Sometimes My Brother

Sometimes My Brother Author Angie Healy
ISBN-10 9781932565317
Release 2005
Pages 52
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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 Kevin Has Autism

My Brother Kevin Has Autism Author Richard Carlson
ISBN-10 9780595222063
Release 2002-03-01
Pages 118
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Wonder what life would be like with an autistic savant in your family?



Poems and Short Stories About My Brother Kevin Who Has Autism

Poems and Short Stories About My Brother Kevin Who Has Autism Author Richard W. Carlson
ISBN-10 9780595228454
Release 2002-05-01
Pages 128
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Life can be interesting with an autistic brother!



My Brother s Keeper

My Brother s Keeper Author Donna R. Richards
ISBN-10 0976716208
Release 2005
Pages 18
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A kindergartner explains what it is like to have a young brother with Autism.



My Brother is Different

My Brother is Different Author Louise Gorrod
ISBN-10 1899280502
Release 1997
Pages 20
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A booklet to help young siblings of autistic children understand what autism is.



My Sister Is Different

My Sister Is Different Author Barbara J. Morvay
ISBN-10 0970958226
Release 2011-07
Pages 88
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This book is two-sided : Part I is for parents dealing with the realities of life with an autistic child, explaining the book's purpose and use. Part II, the first story, should be read to the "normal" child. It tells of parents dealing with an autistic child and the effect it has on their other child, providing straight talk about a difficult subject. Part III is written addressing the other child about what autism is and how it impacts the autistic child and the other members of his family, shared using the perspective of the child's parents from the story in Part II addressing the "normal" child, concluding with a series of positive statements intended to be repeated aloud by the child affirming both himself and his autistic brother and an upbeat ending to the story in Part II.



Everybody is Different

Everybody is Different Author Fiona Bleach
ISBN-10 1899280332
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 79
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This book is different A delightfully illustrated book for school friends or brothers and sisters aged 8-13 of children with autism, it explains the characteristics of autism, explores what it feels like to be a brother or sister of someone with an autistic spectrum disorder, and suggests some approaches to making life more comfortable. This book is different A new, delightfully illustrated book for school friends or brothers and sisters aged 8-13 of children with autism by Fiona Bleach, an accomplished artist and art therapist who has worked in a National Autistic Society school. It explains the characteristics of autism, investigates what it feels like to be a brother or sister of someone with an autistic spectrum disorder, and suggests some approaches to making life more comfortable for everyone. Written with insight and charm, this book offers real and accessible support.



I Love My Brother

I Love My Brother Author Connor Sullivan
ISBN-10 0970658117
Release 2001-06-01
Pages 28
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A four-year-old boy describes life with his two-year-old brother, Sean, who is autistic and likes some foods but dislikes others, hates loud noices, only wants to be hugged sometimes, and works with therapists to learn to play with others.



My Brother Charlie

My Brother Charlie Author Holly Robinson Peete
ISBN-10 0545382173
Release 2010
Pages 37
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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.



David s World

David s World Author Dagmar H. Mueller
ISBN-10 9781620874905
Release 2013-11-20
Pages 28
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“Sometimes I do not like David. He is so different. He speaks a different language. . . . David is my brother.” Thus begins a moving story about David, who has autism, and his older brother, who is trying to understand the world David inhabits. David does not like when people are noisy; he does not like being hugged—not even by his own brother. David does not laugh when happy or cry when sad. He speaks his own language, which is difficult to understand at times. And he eats the same foods almost every day. However, David is a brilliant pianist and seems to have an amazing ability to communicate with the family dog. And even though he is not like most children, through the eyes of his brother we are able to see how he makes progress toward understanding his world. Dagmar H. Mueller’s moving text paired with Verena Ballhaus’s expressive art help bring to light the notion that there is a lot to learn about spending time with a child with autism. The book’s striking narration—told from the point of view of David’s brother—will help siblings and friends of autistic children better relate to them. This is a must for any home with children with autism and for classrooms that include mainstreamed special-needs kids.



My Brother Sammy Is Special

My Brother Sammy Is Special Author Becky Edwards
ISBN-10 9781616084806
Release 2012-01
Pages 32
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A boy describes some of the many feelings he has about his brother Sammy, who is autistic.



With the Light Vol 6

With the Light    Vol  6 Author Keiko Tobe
ISBN-10 9780316471114
Release 2017-02-21
Pages 528
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For Sachiko and Masato, it seems like only yesterday that their children, Hikaru and Kanon, were little. But these days, Kanon is about to start elementary school, while Hikaru is getting out into society and going to junior high by bus. Time may fly, but in the outside world, some of Hikaru's actions that were acceptable at home or in his elementary school Special Ed classes just aren't anymore. When one of these habits creates chaos during the morning commute, Sachiko has to find a way to clear up a serious misunderstanding with Hikaru's fellow commuters and take steps to curb any behavior that might stand in the way of Hikaru living in the world as "a cheerful, working adult." Furthermore, dealing with the negative attitudes that others - including her mother-in-law - have about Hikaru begins to take its toll on Sachiko, especially with Masato occupied at work. Will the stress of facing new challenges presented by Hikaru's autism drive a rift between the two?



Autism the Invisible Cord

Autism  the Invisible Cord Author Barbara S. Cain
ISBN-10 143381191X
Release 2013
Pages 112
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Using the form of a fourteen-year-old girl's diary in which she discusses life with a younger brother who has autism, explains what autism is, how autistic people behave, and what it is like to have someone with the condition in the family.



My Brother Is Different

My Brother Is Different Author Barbara J. Morvay
ISBN-10 0970958218
Release 2010
Pages 83
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A resource for parents of autistic children offers advice on supporting the emotional needs of a normal sibling and a picture book to be read to the sibling which describes some of the unusual situations in the sibling's life caused by an autistic brother.



Siblings

Siblings Author Jane Botsford Johnson
ISBN-10 0857002813
Release 2010-05-15
Pages 96
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Growing up with a sibling on the autistic spectrum can be difficult, and the needs of a child with autism often overwhelm a family, leaving neurotypical children feeling overshadowed. For the first time, the 'neurotypical' siblings get to have their say. They recount the good, the bad, and the downright annoying in a way that all young people in a similar situation will immediately recognise. Young siblings of all ages candidly recount how being 'the neurotypical one' can be tiring, frustrating, and lonely, but equally rewarding, and every story is injected with wisdom gained by young people who often have to grow up a lot more quickly than their peers. This book is essential reading for children and teenagers with a sibling on the autistic spectrum, and for parents wishing to understand how autism in the family will affect their neurotypical child.



My Brother Sammy

My Brother Sammy Author Becky Edwards
ISBN-10 0747546541
Release 2000
Pages 32
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Sammy does not go to school with his older brother. Sammy has to go to school on a special bus. They cannot play in the park together. Sammy lies under the tree and watches the leaves. They are constantly at cross purposes because Sammy is autistic and does not know how to be a 'normal brother.' Then one day the older brother realises that he should not demand everything on his own terms and that Sammy's way of doing things may not be so bad. This moving book realistically portrays life with an autistic child in the family. It does not promise any simple solution but reminds us all that understanding and compromise are vital ingredients in a good relationship.