It can be pretty expensive to buy some of these books. I've listed here some of the better known suppliers so that you can compare. Don't forget to include postage costs. I've added a link to Ebay as well in case you can find what you want there cheaper.
If you have any more suggestions, they're always welcome.
Amazon: You can find anything through Amazon and very cheaply but sometimes the postage can be more than the cost of the books
The Book Depository: They have free worldwide shipping
Borders: They have quite a good range and the few samples I've checked they seem well priced.http://www.borders.com.au
Book In Hand: Australian dedicated ASD bookstore. A bit pricier from experience but worth looking at for their great range. They will also send books on consignment so you can decide whether you like it before you pay. See site for their conditions.
FishPond: An Australian company, more expensive than Amazon but less for postage
Footprint Books: A Sydney company, seem well priced.http://www.footprint.com.au%20/Footprint Books: A Sydney company, seem well priced http://www.footprint.com.au/
Silvereye: An Aus company.
Glebe books: Local independent book store n Glebe NSW
Online books for children
Thanks to other parents out there, I am constantly made aware of new things that can be helpful to us all. Here are a couple of sites that fit that bill.
Is anyone else using storyline online (www.storylineonline.net)? some beautiful books, beautifully read.
Something for everyone. Both my girls love it. Definitely worth a look ! and the other is story bird... (www.storybird.com) a place where creative kids can create their own stories. Regards Karen
Jane from Canterbury has recommended this site which provides books on helping children with autism learn to play better
Autism & Attention Deficit Disorder.
Steve Drakoulis, Elizabeth M from Menai
Gut and Psychology Syndrome.by dr. Natasha Campbell- Mcbride – recommended by Kylie C from Frenchs Forest
The kid friendly ADHD & Autism cookbook. Pamela Compart and Dana Laake – recommended by Kimberley C from Warriewood
For gluten free cooking:
Orgran cookbooks available from their website www.orgran.com – recommended by Kimberley C from Warriewood
Just take a bite (for eating issues)
Author: Lori Ernsperger – recommended by Kimberley C from Warriewood
More books about siblings...
Siblings - Kate Strohm
Sibling Stories - Lynne Stern Feiges
Ami Has Aspergers - Jane Jolly
All About My Brother - Sarah Peralta
Looking After Louis - Lesley Ely & Polly Dunbar
This is Aspergers Syndrome - Elisa Gagnon
Freaks Geeks and Aspergers Syndrome - Luke Jackson
What About Me? - Athanasia Koutsis
A Is For Autism F is for Friend - Joanna L. Keating-Velasco
Siblings of Children with Autism - A Guide for Families - Sandra L. Harris
Cool Comics Series - Dr Margaret Carter
The Sibling Slam Book - Don Meyer
You Are Special Too - Josie Santomauro