How to Talk to an Autistic Kid

How to Talk to an Autistic Kid by Daniel Stafanski (an autistic kid)

I have an uncorrected galley copy which is essentially a paper back copy. The published edition is hardcover and available April 2011. I think this would be a great addition to a classroom, particularly the fact that it’s a galley copy. It might make the kids feel special that they are reading this book before anyone else! My review for the book is here. [easy reader level book, ages 6-10]

Teen Cyberbulling Investigated: Where Do Your Rights End and Consequences Begin? by Judge Tom Jacobs

I have a paperback copy from Free Spirit Publishing. I think this would make a great addition to the library of school adminstrators, PTO/PTA board members, parents of teens who have been cyberbullied or accused of cyberbullying, and particularly anyone who is charged with creating guidelines or workshops on cyberbullying. My review of the book is here. [handbook geared for adults]

As for my second hand saturday, please leave a comment to win. I will email the winners to get their mailing addresses. I will chose the winner based on your comment of WHY YOU WANT and NEED THE BOOK. I just want to get the book into the right hands!

If you want to examine either book more closely at Amazon, please click on image of book.

Congrats to Joy for winning How to Talk to an Autistic Kid.

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom


  1. Joy

    This looks like a terrific book! I’ll have to add it to my reading list. (One very important person in my life is “on the spectrum.”

    Thanks for recommending the book!

  2. Thank you for mentioning “Teen Cyberbullying Investigated.” Together, I believe we can fight all forms of bullying.

    All the best, Tom.
    a free, interactive website for & about teens and the laws that affect them).

  3. Joy

    Thank you so much! “How to Talk to an Autistic Kid” looks like a fabulous book!

  4. Okay…I may not be an Austen addict, YET…but, that’s only because I’ve yet to take my first bit. But, I’m definitely Austen curious and fully expect to turn my curiosity into a habit and a habit into an obsession and an obsession into an addiction. Can’t wait.

  5. Ooops….I flipped back to wrong page (if you’re wondering why most recent comment isn’t at all relevant!).

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