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Three Children’s Books for National Autism Awareness Month

April is National Autism Awareness Month, meant to celebrate and draw attention to autism acceptance and awareness. These three books are written from the point of view of characters with autism, and highlight the challenges and successes of life on the autism spectrum.

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WEST MEADOWS DETECTIVES: THE CASE OF THE SNACK SNATCHER
By Liam O’Donnell; Illustrated by AurĂ©lie Grand; 9781771470698; Owlkids Books; Trade Cloth; $15.95

“With a cast that’s both ethnically and developmentally diverse, this school-day caper should entertain a broad range of readers, while also opening eyes to the perspectives of those not like themselves.” — Publishers Weekly

 

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SPAGHETTI IS NOT A FINGER FOOD (AND OTHER LIFE LESSONS)
By Jodi Carmichael; Illustrated by Sarah Ackerley; 9781939775030; Little Pickle Press; Trade Paper; $6.95

The Moonbeam Best First Book Award
The IBPA Benjamin Franklin Silver Digital Award

 

 

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HOW TO BE HUMAN: DIARY OF AN AUTISTIC GIRL

By Florida Frenz; 9781939547019; Creston Books; Trade Cloth; $12.99

“A distinctive addition to the chorus of writers who are proving that ‘spectrum disorders’ do not equal ‘silence.'”
Kirkus Reviews

 

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