I would try the local library rather than buying the books, then if there is something you feel you wish to have then buy. Our library will order in any book they don't have, I often google for suggestions
Also I would take a look at the national autistic society website, they have quite a lot of information on there
Hi, my daughter was diagnosed Jan 2011 with asd and she is now 6. She has just started asking what is autism and a book the i found on amazon has been really useful to us (she reads better than most 9 year olds) it is called 'I have autism.... what's that?' which is very easy to read and cost about £6.
you are welcome to message me at any time if you have any questions, i know what you're going through x
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