Autism Storytime - Children's Books

Sensory Storytime

Here are some children's books to help talk about autism with your child:

We’re Amazing, 1, 2, 3! (Written by Leslie Kimmelman. Illustrated by Marybeth Nelson.)

My Brother Charlie (Written by Holly Robinson Peete and Ryan Elizabeth Peete. Illustrated by Shane W. Evans.)

The Girl Who Thought In Pictures: The Story of Dr. Temple Grandin (Written by Julia Finley Mosca. Illustrated by Daniel Rieley.)

Ethan's Story: My Life With Autism (Written by Ethan Rice. Illustrated by Crystal Smalls Ord.)

Different Like Me: My Book Of Autism Heroes (Written by Jennifer Elder. Illustrated by Marc Thomas and Jennifer Elder.)

Autism Is...? (Written by Ymkje Wideman-van der Laan. Illustrated by Rob Feldman.)

All My Stripes: A Story for Children With Autism (Written by Shaina Rudolph and Danielle Royer. Illustrated by Jennifer Zivoin.)

Tacos Anyone? (Written by Marvie Ellis. Illustrated by Jenny Loehr.)

My Friend With Autism (Written by Beverly Bishop. Illustrated by Craig Bishop.)

Cooper and the Big Apple (Written by Camille Cohn. Illustrated by Riley Cohn.)

Hello, My Name Is Max and I Have Autism: An Insight Into the Autistic Mind (Written and illustrated by Max Miller.)

Slug Days (Written by Sara Leach. Illustrated by Rebecca Bender.)

A Friend Like Simon (Written by Kate Gaynor. Illustrated by Caitriona Sweeney.)

Uniquely Wired (Written by Julia Cook. Illustrated by Anita DuFalla.)

Leah's Voice (Written by Lori Demonia. Illustrated by Monique Turchan.)

I Love Being My Own Autistic Self! (Written by Landon Bryce.)

It's an Autism Thing - I'll help you understand (Written by Emma Dalmayne)

Susie Spins (Written by Emma Dalmayne)

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