Ten Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew, updated and expanded edition

by Ellen Notbohm

  • ForeWord Book of the Year Bronze medal winner
  • Mom’s Choice Gold Award
  • iParenting Media Award
  • Healing magazine High Five
  • About.com Reader’s Choice finalist

 

Read Chapter Eight: Help Me with Social Interactions

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book_1001_read1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism or Asperger’s, 2nd edition

by Ellen Notbohm and Veronica Zysk

Silver Award, Independent Publishers Book Awards
Mom’s Choice Gold Award
Learning‘s Teacher’s Choice Award

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Ten Things Your Student With Autism Wishes You Knew

by Ellen Notbohm

  • ForeWord Book of the Year finalist
  • iParenting Media Award
  • Healing magazine High Five
  • onlinecolleges.net, “The 20 Essential Books about Special Education”

Read Chapter Three: I Think Differently

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New e-book edition!

The Autism Trail Guide –
Postcards from the Road Less Traveled

by Ellen Notbohm

    • ForeWord Book of the Year finalist
    • Eric Hoffer Book Award finalist
    • Healing magazine High Five

“When my grandson was diagnosed with autism, I devoured dozens of books and hundreds of articles. Just when I was sure I couldn’t read anything new, I picked up The Autism Trail Guide. It’s helped me more than any book I’ve read. Ellen Notbohm’s writing is inspiring, and she gives me strength and hope every day to help Jake.”
~Jennifer Hutchinson, author of Unlocking Jake

The Autism Trail Guide is GREAT! I suggest this book to any parent with a child on the spectrum, and to any teacher of that child.  Thank you to the author, for opening my eyes even wider on what I can do as a parent as well as help my child’s educators and specialists better understand him.”
~Michelle F. Buff, Founder, Appetite Solutions

“I’m renaming The Autism Trail Guide ‘The Support Group Guide.’  The essays flow so seamlessly that we use two for each meeting, concentrating on one for as long as it takes, then touching on the other for the next meeting. We pick up the new topic, and refer to the prior one when necessary. If the author had this in mind when she compiled the book, she’s a genius!”
~Linda Hamati, autism parent support group leader

Read Healing magazine’s High Five review: “Another hit by the indomitable Ellen Notbohm”

Read an excerpt: A Thing Worth Having