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United in Autism: Finding Strength Inside the Spectrum by Julie Hornok speaks about autism and the challenges of raising children with autism. Every story in the book throws light on families living in different parts of the world and their struggle when it comes to dealing with a member in the family who has autism. The thirty stories in the book are encouraging and will give hope to all parents who are dealing with an autistic child. It is a good book to read because it can help change the perception of parents when it comes to handling and understanding autism and their child. Autism is a lonely journey and these extraordinary stories connect readers with parents who have been able to rise above their tough circumstances and help others.
United in Autism will give peace, hope, encouragement, and courage to all the parents who are dealing with autistic kids. The stories give them a peek into the lives of thirty moms and dads around the world who are facing the same issues. The stories are short, honest and comforting, and they will help parents who have autistic children feel less isolated. The stories are heartwarming and will change the lives of many readers, giving them strength to tackle autism with a positive mindset. The author shares her personal story and experience too, and her motivating words will definitely help many parents to find strength inside the spectrum.