I was given a cute book, "All Cats Have Aspergers Syndrome" and its by Kathy Hoopman. It has really cute photos of cats, and I think would be an awesome way to explain to a child what Aspergers is. It offers kind of a simplified, not too in depth explanation and has really good cat photos to illustrate each statement, such as "an asperger child looks at the world in his won unique way" and a picture of a kitten on his back looking through his paws. Anyway, thought I'd tell you about it.
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