|# of Units:||16 CDs|
|Length:||16 hours, 39 minutes|
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This book is excellent. And the narrator was, too.
As a parent of a child with ASD, I appreciated the fresh perspective on autism and what my daughter has to offer the world. The concept of neurodiversity was new to me, but offers some compelling hope for the future for families and those who have been diagnosed as "on the spectrum." The book was a little longish on historical details, but a definite must-read for anyone seeking to learn more about the truths, half-truths and outright fiction surrounding autism. Thank you to Steve for sharing his unique perspective.
Steve Silberman has covered science and cultural affairs for "Wired"and other national magazines for more than twenty years. His writing has appeared in the" New Yorker", "Time", "Nature", and "Salon". He lives in San Francisco.