Tony Attwood’s “The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome” is more like a textbook, than a guide, beautifully written and easy to understand. I cannot recommend this book more highly, especially for children, adolescents, and adults diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, parents, relatives or friends who suspect someone close to them as possibly having Asperger’s syndrome, teachers, educators, medical and psychological professionals, criminal justice and law enforcement personnel, and people simply interested in this fascinating syndrome that has produced so many engineers, mathematicians, geniuses (Albert Einstein exhibited symptoms of Aspergers) musicians, artists, and tech innovators.

I read this book from cover to cover, but it is written in such a way that one could easily jump from chapter to chapter depending on your interest in the syndrome. Each chapter is dedicated to a specific subject related to Asperger’s Syndrome, from the diagnosis, to interpersonal relationships, to bullying, and to fields that individuals with the syndrome most likely excel, and how to improve social and family relationships. I loved this book. 41sr-ptftol._ac_us218_

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