Rondalyn Varney Whitney
BrIdGInG THE GAP
raising a Child with
nonverbal Learning disorder
Whitney—a pediatric occupational therapist
and the parent of a child with NLD—offers
practical advice that will help parents put their
child on the path to a happy, fulfilling life.
Perigee 304 pp. 978-0-399-52755-5 $15.95
f THE mInd TrEE
At the age of three the author was diagnosed
with severe autism, but his mother read to him
and taught him to write in English. She also
challenged him to write his own stories. His
beautifully crafted language reveals how it
feels to be locked inside an autistic body and
mind. “Tito is a window into autism such as
the world has never seen.”—Portia Iversen,
cofounder of Cure Autism Now.
Riverhead 224 pp. 978-1-59448-135-2 $14.00
f HOTHOUSE KIdS
The dilemma of the Gifted Child
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f AdOLESCEn TS On THE
A Parent’s Guide to the Cognitive, Social,
Physical, and Transition needs of Teenagers
with Autism Spectrum disorders
Foreword by Temple Grandin
“Provide[s] invaluable help and guidance to
both parents and professionals. It is highly recommended.”—Bernard Rimland, Ph.D.,
Director of the Autism Research Institute,
founder of the Autism Society of America, and
editor of Autism Research Review International.
Perigee 288 pp. 978-0-399-53236-8 $14.95
Wickins shares the story of her son Jonathan
and helps to answer the question asked by
many parents of children with disabilities—
’Can I love this child?’ The thread that runs
through the story is an affirmation of the value
of children like Jonathan and their place in
Penguin South Africa
233 pp. 978-0-14-302423-1 $15.00
Judith L. Rapoport, M.D.
THE BOY WHO COULdn’T STOP
The Experience and Treatment
of Obsessive-Compulsive disorder
Appendix, References, Index.
Plume 260 pp. 978-0-452-26365-9 $15.00
Signet 260 pp. 978-0-451-17202-0 $7.99
AUTISm SPECTrUm dISOrdErS
Foreword by Temple Grandin, Ph.D.
Based upon the author’s personal and professional experiences, this book covers all aspects
of autism, including Asperger’s Syndrome and
Pervasive Developmental Disorder.
Perigee 304 pp. 978-0-399-53047-0 $15.95
named Outstanding Literary Work of the Year by
the Autism Society of America
f WE ArE ALL THE SAmE
A Story of a Boy’s Courage and a mother’s Love
“A brilliant, stunning, beautifully written piece
of reporting. It brings to life death of innocents
in a way that saddens and angers, haunts and
moves. No one who reads this book will ever
forget it.”—Jim Lehrer. “Brings the tragedy of
AIDS to unforgettable life through the story of
this remarkable and loving circle of caregivers.”—Benjamin Bradlee.
Penguin 256 pp. 978-0-14-303599-2 $13.00
Jhoanna Robledo and Dawn Ham-Kucharski
f THE AUTISm BOOK
Answers to Your most Pressing Questions
Foreword by Richard Solomon, M.D.
Offers comprehensive information on diagnoses,
causes, manifestations, treatment options, managing emotions, family relationships, parenting
and lifestyle issues, education, and common
worries. “A valuable resource to parents and
practitioners.”—Leslie Sinclair, M.A., Program
Director, Cleveland Clinic Center for Autism.
Avery 208 pp. 978-1-58333-224-5 $14.95
Laura J. Stevens and William G. Crook
TWELVE EFFECTIVE WAYS
TO HELP YOUr Add/AdHd CHILd
for Attention deficit disorders
Helping a child with ADD/ADHD can be a
frustrating process that requires an understanding of the various biochemical and
nutritional factors involved. This comprehensive guide offers the information parents need
to recognize these factors.
Avery 288 pp. 978-1-58333-039-5 $14.95
Alan Sohn, Ed.D. and Cathy Grayson, M.A.
PArEn TInG YOUr ASPErGEr CHILd
Individualized Solutions for
Teaching Your Child Practical Skills
Addresses such topics as: the six characteristics
of Aperger’s Syndrome; how to identify a
child’s type of Asperger’s—and the best
approach for dealing with it; understanding
how an Asperger’s child sees and interprets the
world; replacing inappropriate coping techniques with productive skills; how to survive
and learn from a crisis; how school programs
can aid in teaching Asperger children.
Perigee 288 pp. 978-0-399-53070-8 $14.95
Debby Waldman and Jackson Roush, Ph.D.
f YOUr CHILd’S HEArInG LOSS
What Parents need to Know
Provides parents with easy–to–understand
information on how to determine whether or
not their child has a hearing impairment—and
teaches how to take a day–by–day approach to
Perigee 240 pp. 978-0-399-53077-7 $15.95
Lenard Adler, M.D. with Mari Florence
Hope and Help for Adults with
Attention deficit Hyperactivity disorder
Foreword by Edward Hallowell, M.D.
Dr. Adler presents the latest proven information on this widely misunderstood condition.
“Balanced and highly informative.”—Russell
A. Barkley, Ph.D., Research Professor of
Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate Medical University.
Perigee 208 pp. 978-0-399-53340-2 $14.95
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Ryan White and Ann Marie Cunningham
r YAn WHITE
my Own Story
A touching tale of a courageous young man,
his battle against fear and hatred, and his fight
to educate the public about AIDS. “A story of
tragedy and courage that should be read by
all.”—Dallas Morning News. Photographs.
Signet 352 pp. 978-0-451-17322-5 $7.99
Daniel G. Amen, M.D.
HEALInG AnXIETY And dEPrESSIOn
This book reveals the major anxiety and
depression centers of the brain, provides tools
to determine the type of anxiety/depression,
and offers a program for treating each type.
Berkley 352 pp. 978-0-425-19844-5 $14.95
Developmental Psychology / Clinical Psychology