This is a brief post to note a collection of short reviews about non-fiction books about autism, relevant mostly to adolescents or adults who have a diagnosis. They include autobiography from Luke Jackson, Temple Grandin and Liane Holliday Willey; historical work from Uta Frith, Adam Feinstein and Steve Silberman; and practical intervention texts from Tony Attwood, Mohammed Ghaziuddin and Florica Stone.
These books represent many of the titles that I personally have found helpful and practical. Most of the books that I refer to in lectures are included, with their libary shelfmark if they are stocked within the Boole Library or the Brookfield Campus Library.
I intend to update the collection and to write a longer post about non-fiction books in the future.