Just a few helpful links... 

1. The website Disability in Kidlit is no longer active, but it is still viewable online, and is a veritable treasure trove of excellent information. Most of the book reviews on the site are written by #ownvoices reviewers; reading them can provide important insights. While they are no longer posting regular content, they have an "honor roll" of vetted books, and just so much amazing information. 

 

http://disabilityinkidlit.com

2. For further information about autism in general from an organization that honors autistic voices, we suggest the Autism Self-Advocacy Network, whose slogan is "Nothing About Us Without Us." 

http://autisticadvocacy.org

3. Geek Club Books and its companion, ZOOM Autism Magazine, are helpful sources of autism spectrum-related content, book reviews, and interviews with authors.

https://geekclubbooks.com/

 

4. The IRIS Center at Vanderbilt U. is "a national center dedicated to improving education outcomes for all children, especially those with disabilities birth through 21." They have a quite comprehensive list of children's books on their site, organized by disability portrayal. 

 

https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/resources/books/

5. The Child Mind Institute is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders.  Their website contains a wealth of wonderful information for parents, educators and families. 

https://childmind.org . 

Find their booklists here:

 https://childmind.org/search/?fwp_term=books

Stay tuned...   More "Resources" Content is coming.