I wouldn’t have believed that Ellen Notbohm could improve on her original classic, the excellent Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew, but she has done just that. Speaking as a parent, as one who works with autistic people, and as an avid reader on the subject, I’m telling you: you must have this book on your shelf. If you know anyone on the spectrum, this book will help you understand them better. Parents who made it through your child’s early years with hope and optimism intact because you had the original Ten Things, you need this update. Notbohm will take you from the preschool years through middle school, high school, and beyond, continuing to inform and inspire parents as they prepare their children for adulthood. The questions for discussion and reflection are perfect for parent support groups, teacher trainings, or book clubs. Optimism abounds.

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