A Kids Book About Autism



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For Ages 5+

Kickstart your journey to better understanding autism and those who live with it.

Autism Spectrum Disorder is something that affects so many kids and families all over the world. This book can kickstart the journey to better understanding autism and those who live with it. It dives into the struggles and what it’s like to live with autism while reminding us that at the core, we’re not that different from each other after all.

Justin and his dad, David, live in Northport, NY where David has dedicated his career to traveling the country as a youth speaker. With Justin’s help, he talks to students about dignity and respect. Their stories have received over 100 million views on social media and continue to impact lives across the country.

Interested in bringing David Flood to your school or event? Visit topyouthspeakers.com

Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
ISBN: 978-1-951253-63-9
Printed in the USA

eBook Format: EPUB
eBook ISBN: 978-1-951253-64-6
eBook Compatibility: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices

72 pages

Copyright 2020
Designed in Portland, Oregon

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Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Jessica S.
Needs updating

I think this book is a great example of *one* child with autism. I do not like the use of disabled language as it is considered damaging to the autistic community and I listen to them. Not neurotypical parents of autistic children.

Jennifer D.
Ableist Language - Invalidating Autistic Voices

I enjoyed that the son and father teamed up but it seemed that the voice was mostly the father’s. It was not autistic people that decided Person First Language (person with Autism) was best, it was caregivers that can’t speak from the Autistic point of view. While it’s true some prefer PFL, most prefer Identify First Language (Autistic Person). This books uses PFL and I will not continue to read it my child. She should learn to refer to Autistic people as they want to be referred to.

Monica F.

A Kids Book About Autism

Heidi O.
a kids book about autism

Great format for sharing information

Brittany S.
Ok introduction to ASD

I wasn’t a fan of the consistent use of person first identity labels (has autism rather than is autistic). And also it felt deficit based, until the autistic person was useful to the neurotypical person. We are autistic and we didn’t see ourselves in the book as much as we wanted, but I’m glad we got it. Representation for autistics is usually just boys, so I was hoping for something different.