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 The website Disability in Kidlit is no longer active, but it is still viewable online, and is a veritable treasure trove of excellent information.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. 



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." 


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



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. 



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:


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