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Temple Grandin wrote her first book about autism in 1986. Since then, so much about changed about what we know and think about this condition, and perhaps no one has communicated more effectively about those changes than Temple herself. Both her keen intelligence and identity as a determined autistic activist ring out in this new book about what we now know about the much-discussed "spectrum." Grandin combines current scientific data with information about its implications, including welcome news about recent research on the strengths of autism. A major, wonderfully accessible book on a developing field.