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Michael Scott Monje Jr.

Defiant by Michael Scott Monje Jr.Clay Dillon is neuroqueer, and he needs to make peace with it. After thirty years, he finally knows the truth: that he is and always has been autistic, and that most of his problems getting along came from a lack of awareness of himself a lack that came not from being autistic, but from having no knowledge of the gap between what he knew of his own needs and what others expected them to be. This is changing, though, and the change brings a freedom that is at once great and terrible. It grants him answers, but it also alters his ways of perceiving himself. Feelings that were dismissed at puberty...
2015 / 4 / 4

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Typed Words, Loud Voices

Amy Sequenzia

Typed Words, Loud Voices by Amy Sequenzia"I'd like coffee, please." "No. I don't believe you. How do I know it is really you who wants coffee and not your friend there subliminally transmitting that to you by touching your shoulder?" Imagine a world where you had to prove you knew your own mind even to get a cup of coffee, where it was generally assumed that you could have no thoughts of your own, so if you did express your thoughts, it must be some trick. What would you do? Would you give up, or demand to be heard? Sadly, this world is not imaginary for many of the writers in this book, who have chosen the path of demanding to be...
2015 / 4 / 4

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The Real Experts: Readings for Parents of Autistic Children

Michelle Sutton

The Real Experts: Readings for Parents of Autistic Children by Michelle Sutton

"Full of practical advice and transcendent 'Aha!' moments, The Real Experts offers young autistic people and their families the kind of wise mentorship from tribal elders that was unavailable in previous generations. It's a landmark book." – Steve Silberman, NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity

How do I help my child to thrive? To be healthy and happy, to fulfill his or her positive potentials, and to grow up to lead a good life? Every parent of an autistic child struggles daily with this question. Just trying to understand an autistic child's actions, feelings,...

2015 / 11 / 14

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Imaginary Friends

Michael Scott Monje Jr.

Imaginary Friends by Michael Scott Monje Jr.

“The strange and terrible saga of Clay Dillon begins with the books Nothing Is Right and Imaginary Friends, and also includes Defiant (which takes place when Clay is 30 years old). The whole saga should be required reading for anyone who works in any capacity with the sort of young people who are often described as gifted, disturbed, troubled, oppositional, defiant, or exceptional…

In a way, Clay himself is an “imaginary friend” to the adults in his life, insofar as when they look at him they don??t see him but instead see an imaginary child, a product of their own misconceptions and...

2016 / 2 / 14

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The US Book: Teaching Languagings | to: Nonverbal Thinkers

Michael S. Monje

The US Book: Teaching Languagings | to: Nonverbal Thinkers by Michael S. Monje

“The revolution need not be televised because it is here, in Michael Scott Monje, Jr.

2016 / 9 / 3

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The ABCs of Autism Acceptance

Sparrow R. Jones

The ABCs of Autism Acceptance by Sparrow R. Jones

Sparrow Rose Jones is probably best known for their blog, Unstrange
Mind: Remapping My World, and their previous book, No You Don

2016 / 9 / 4

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Barking Sycamores 6

N. I. Nicholson

Barking Sycamores 6 by N. I. Nicholson

Popular culture is an inescapable component of our daily lives. Turn on a television, read a publication, surf on your smartphone

2017 / 4 / 2

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