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Book Review: A Girl Like Tilly: Growing up with Autism by Helen Bates


We now know that Autism expresses differently in boys than in girls and this has busted open wide the focus and attention on this field. I love having this self-affirming book for children of such …

Source: Book Review: A Girl Like Tilly: Growing up with Autism by Helen Bates

Author: Eve Costarelli

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5 thoughts on “Book Review: A Girl Like Tilly: Growing up with Autism by Helen Bates

  1. Hello Eve,

    Thank you so much for taking the time to review our book and for your kind words. We’re so pleased you liked the book and we have great hopes that it will be a useful resource for others and hope that it might be useful to you and your students.

    With warm wishes

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    • Thank you so much for helping to open up the dialogue of autism in girls. When most people think of autism, they think of young boys, but the reach is much greater than that. Together we can make the difference in creating an inclusive world.

      I write reviews for JK publishing. Such a great company!

      Thank you

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