Autism Books: Children's - 2001

Eve B. Band, Sue Lynn Cotton, illustrator & Emily Hecht.
Autism through a Sister's Eyes: A young girl's view of her brother's Autism (Future Horizons, 2001). Forward by Gary B. Mesibov. ISBN: 1885477716 (paperback, 67 pages). [autism,children,family]
Michele Engel Edwards.
Autism (Lucent Books, 2001). Part of the series Diseases and Disorders Series. ISBN: 1560068299 (hardcover, 112 pages). [autism,children]
Kathy Hoopmann.
Blue Bottle Mystery: An Asperger Adventure (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001). For ages 9-12. Fantasy story about a boy with Asperger Syndrome. ISBN: 1853029785 (paperback, 96 pages). [autism,aspergers,fiction,children]
Elaine Landau.
Autism (Franklin Watts, 2001). The author has written a number of non-fiction books including books explaining illnesses, aimed at children, ages 9-12. ISBN: 0531117804 (hardcover, 128 pages). [autism,children]
Joan Matthews & James Williams.
Ich bin besonders! (2001). James Williams is the autistic son of Joan Matthews. ISBN: 3893736689 (304 pages). [autism,german,children]
Diane Murrell.
Tobin Learns to Make Friends (Future Horizons, 2001). A teaching tool for teaching social skills to children with autism and Asperger's Syndrome. ISBN: 1885477791 (hardcover, 36 pages). [autism,aspergers,children,social]
Colby F. Rodowsky.
Clay (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2001). ISBN: 0374313385 (hardcover, 176 pages); ISBN: 0060006188 (paperback, 160 pages, HarperTrophy, 2004). [autism,fiction,children]
Louise Spilsbury.
What does it mean to have autism? (Heinemann, 2001). ISBN: 0431139326 (paperback, 32 pages). [autism,children]
Connor Sullivan.
I Love My Brother: A Preschooler's View of Living With a Brother Who Has Autism (Phat Art 4 Publishing, 2001). Aimed at preschoolers. ISBN: 0970658117 (hardcover, 24 pages). [autism,aspergers,children,account]