Monday, March 22, 2010

41 Things to Know About Autism by Chantal Sicile-Kira -- Book Review

Has your child recently been diagnosed with autism? Are you the grandparent of a child who has autism? Are you a friend who wants to know how to help someone whose child has autism?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you should consider purchasing 41 Things to Know about Autism (Good Things to Know) by Chantal Sicile-Kira.

In this informative and helpful book from the Good Things to Know line from Turner Publishing, readers will learn what autism is, what does and doesn’t cause autism, what to do after your child is diagnosed with autism, and so much more.

Autism advocate and award-winning author Chantal Sicile-Kira, uses her over 20 years of experience as the parent of an autisic child and a professional in the field, to create a book that will help you, your loved ones, and your friends learn more about autism and how to create a better environment for your child.

The book discusses how to determine your child’s educational needs; how to gain a better picture of your child; emotional and financial effects of autism on the family; why holidays are difficult for families with autism, and many other topics that will be invaluable to families with members who have been diagnosed.

The author’s passion for this subject is obvious from the beginning. She truly wants people to understand what autism is and what it isn’t. With this one tiny book, Sicile-Kira has provided parents with the basic tools they will need before and after the diagnosis.

To learn more about this book and its author, please visit the author’s website. This book will be released on March 25th.

Title: 41 Things to Know About Autism
Author: Chantal Sicile-Kira
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
ISBN-10: 1596525835
ISBN-13: 978-1596525832
SRP: $9.99

1 comment:

Tribute Books said...

If you're looking for a companion book for a sibling of an autistic child - I highly recommend "Second Chance: How Adoption Saved a Boy with Autism & His Shelter Dog" by Sandra Gerencher.