Autism: Essential Guide To Finally Understanding Autism [NOOK Book]

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Chapter 1 - What Is Autism.
Chapter 2 - ...
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Autism: Essential Guide To Finally Understanding Autism

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Overview

Table Of Contents:

Chapter 1 - What Is Autism.
Chapter 2 - What Are the Factors that Contribute to Autism.
Chapter 3 - Autism and Genetics
Chapter 4 - What Are the Symptoms of Autism.
Chapter 5 - What Are the Speech and Communication Problems of Autism
Chapter 6 - Autism and Body Language
Chapter 7 - Autism, Toxic Metals, and Vaccines
Chapter 8 - The Cause of Autism Might Be Found in Autistic Mice
Chapter 11 - How Is Autism Diagnosed
Chapter 12 - Myths about Autism.
Chapter 13 - How to Look for Autism Signs in Infants
Chapter 14 - How Can Families Cope With an Autistic Child and the Financial Burden
Chapter 15 - The Difference Between Asperger's Syndrome and Autism
Chapter 16 - Autism Assistance Dogs
Chapter 17 - Teaching Autistic Children
Chapter 18 - The Fixation Behavior of an Autistic Child
Chapter 19 - The Autism Society of America
Chapter 20 - Childproofing Your Home for Your Autistic Child
Chapter 21 - Autism and Nutritional Supplements
Chapter 23- Toilet Training the Autistic Child
Chapter 23- Difficulties of an Autistic Adult
Chapter 22 - Alternative Treatments for Autism.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012407429
  • Publisher: qasim idrees
  • Publication date: 5/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,311,906
  • File size: 180 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2012

    Poorly edited

    Never have I seen a book so full of good information but so poorly proofread. Grammatical and spelling errors all over. Shame!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2013

    Em

    Loved it!<br><br><br><br><br>And cool teqnique,Blood!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2013

    Jaysoar, author of Jaysoar's story and Hawkpool and the disaster

    Wow, you have excellent writing skills!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2013

    The Final Stand chapter one

    Moonlight shown through the small hole above Icewing. She suddenly jumped up excidedly this would be her first time above ground as a warrior. She crept past the dozeing cats Ivytail gave a curt nod as she passed. Soon Icewing was out of the warriors den she padded on soon to reach the main underground cave. Rosepelt and Hawkfoot where already waiting with Rosepelts apprentice Moonpaw. Icewing padded over to join them. Hawkfoot swept his gaze over the cats. " everyone ready? Lets go" they followed a curvy tunnel that soon started to go uphill. The tunnel got smaller no bigger then a rabbit hole. Icewing could see light up ahead so she knew they were close to the entrance. As they squeezed out of the rabbit hole Icewing blinked a few times to get used to the light of the moon. The underground cave and tunnels they lived in where almost pitch black and the were used to useing they're sense of hearing and smell instead of sight. Rosepelt sniffed the air and whispered " all clear. Which way should we go?" Icewing looked around. "How about that way?" She said. " ok" Hawkfoot whispered before stalking off in the direction she had pointed. They hadnt gotten far before Moonpaw had spotted a mouse. She caught it quickly before moveing on with the rest of the patrol. By the time the were on they're way back Rosepelt had caught two mice, Hawkfoot had caught a shrew and Icewing had caught a vole. They were close to the stream where the entrance of the main cave was. They stopped to wash off the mud they used to disguise their scentt before heading back down the tunnel. Icewing deposited her catch on the freshkill pile before padding off back to the warriors den to get more sleep. ( hope you like it:)

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