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The Autistic Brain, Thinking Across the Spectrum - City Lights Books

—Recommended by Anah, City Lights Books

A cutting-edge account of the latest science of autism, from the best-selling author and advocate

When Temple Grandin was born in 1947, autism had only just been named. Today it is more prevalent than ever, with one in 88 children diagnosed on the spectrum. And our thinking about it has undergone a transformation in...

LightWedge Reading Lights - Book lights, Clip-On

http://www.lightwedge.com/Shop/Reading-Lights Learn about the lighting products available from LightWedge and find the right reading lights for your needs.

Catherine Sansom Catherine Sansom says:
Light hearted fantasy books?
I'm looking for epic fantasy sort of books, preferably not too complex or serious, maybe similar to The Hobbit. Any ideas?
Clarkie says:
I just finished an awesome book called Hawksong, by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Here's a description: DANICA SHARDAE IS an avian shapeshifter, and the golden hawk’s form in which she takes to the sky is...

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