So often we stereotype autistics as being very limited in their ability to do basic functions of daily life.
I recommend this to Autistic women of all ages, especially if you've just learned that your "weirdness" is really called "autism".
The image as a whole, prose and poetry combined with each individual voice makes for a very unique work of art.
It gave a point of view that properly questions whether things autistic people cannot do are a disability that should earn punishment.Published 2 months ago by Robert B. Vincelette Jr.
I received this book in the mail a could of days ago and the title is perfect. My daughter would often say she felt like she was from another planet. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ariana V
Great product! Arrived quickly and safely packed. Thanks so much!!Published 6 months ago by Kim Hanselman
Subtitled 'Our Lives in the Universe of Autism' this 263 page book is a collection of more than 50 separate experiences from women on the autism spectrum, told in narrative and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Susan Helene Kramer
Wonderful book! I wasn't expecting much considering I had been continuously disappointed with the books regarding autism (particular aspeger's syndrome, my condition). Read morePublished 12 months ago by Adelante Cataforismo
I recommend it to all: men and women in the spectrum, as well as to those who love and wish to understand the Aspie mind.Published 23 months ago by T. Rae
After the spaceship crashed we were all separated. It is wonderful to hear from some of my long lost sisters.Published on April 7, 2013 by Leslie Karen Ephland
The first part of this book was extremely difficult to follow at times, because of the nature of formatting of the discussions. Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by J. Congues
This book is all written by women with Asperger syndrome, divided into sections. If you start it and find the first section of discussion random and therefore not very gripping go... Read morePublished on February 11, 2008 by Beesusie