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    How Can I Talk If My Lips Don't Move?
    Inside My Autistic Mind
    Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay
    (Arcade Publishing)
    An astounding new work by the author of The Mind Tree that offers a rare insight into the autistic mind and how it thinks, sees, and reacts to the world. When he was three years old, Tito was diagnosed as severely autistic, but his remarkable mother, Soma, determined that he would overcome the “problem”... [READ MORE]
    Love Is Not Enough
    A Mother's Memoir of Autism, Madness, and Hope
    Jenny Lexhed, Jennifer Hawkins
    (Arcade Publishing)
    When Jenny Lexhed and her husband have their first child, Lucas, they are living the dream. They’re happily married, they’ve just bought a house, the company they built together from the ground up is starting to blossom. But with the arrival of their son, a feeling of anxiety slips into their life. What... [READ MORE]
    Bad Animals
    A Father's Accidental Education in Autism
    Joel Yanofsky
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Joel Yanofsky tried for years to start this memoir. “It’s not just going to be about autism,” he told his wife, Cynthia. “It’s going to be about parenthood and marriage, about hope and despair, and storytelling, too.” “Marriage?” Cynthia said. “What about marriage?” A veteran book reviewer, Yanofsky... [READ MORE]
    The Mind Tree
    A Miraculous Child Breaks the Silence of Autism
    Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Well-received on initial publication, The Mind Tree is truly an enthralling read. Although he is severely autistic and nearly nonverbal, Tito’s ability to communicate through his extraordinary writing is astonishing. At the age of three, Tito was diagnosed with severe autism. But his mother, with boundless... [READ MORE]
    The Gold of the Sunbeams
    And Other Stories
    Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Diagnosed as severely autistic at the age of three, Tito, nearly nonverbal, was brought up by his loving moth-er Soma, who taught him to read English and challenged him to write his own stories. The initial result was The Mind Tree, published in 2003, which Tito wrote between the ages of eight and eleven.... [READ MORE]
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