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1001-Tips-for-the-Parents-of-Autistic-Boys1 It pays to have friends in high places! Tony Lyons, Publisher at Skyhorse is also the father of a daughter with autism and an author. His colleague Ken Siri has a boy with autism. They teamed up to parents around the country for PRACTICAL tips for raising our kids including puberty and young adult issues. The result? Two great books that should be on the coffee table of every parent, teacher, caregiver, friend and family member of a person with autism.

We have SEVERAL copies of each book to give away!  Thank you to Tony for his generous donation to help parents.  Leave a comment to enter and tell us whether you want the girl or the boy version of the book, OK?  Good luck! KIM

1,001 Tips for the Parents of Autistic Boys
by Ken Siri & 1001 Tips for the Parents of Autistic Girls by Tony Lyons provide today’s Moms and Dads with all the information they need to raise happy, healthy kids with autism.  Ken Siri and Tony Lyons, co-authors of Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism, are fathers who have years of firsthand experience with the autism spectrum and fill the books’ pages with everything parents need to know about dianosis, doctors, schools taxes, vacation, babysitters, treatment, food, and more!  For more information, check out the links for parents.  You can buy 1,001 Tips for the Parents of Autistic Boys & 1,001 Tips for the Parents of Autistic Girls on

1001 tips autistic girls


lyn d johnson

would love the little boy version of this book


I help maintain a lending library for a local support group. Either the boy or girl book would be a great addition for many, many local families.

Diane Cervi

Wow! I can always use helpful tips. I have a five year old daughter with ASD, and this book sounds very helpful. Please enter me to win the girls version. Thank You!

Summer McFarland

QUOTE OF YEAR!! Both mom and dad will learn [about] menstrual pads. Hallelujah!! Watch out, beloved, there's proof that it isn't just "my area" anymore!

At first, I was thinking to myself, oh great, another book that will make me cry, make me angry, not apply to my kid or just rehash what I already know. And then I read the Amazon description... (and was excited to see Kim's book under "Frequently Bought Together"). I want a girl's copy!

Gina C


Cheryl Connelly

I have an almost 7 year old son with autism. He's non-verbal and I can use ANY tips! Thanks!

Nicole Wallace

I love Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism 2010-2011. In fact, I loved it so much I carried around with me all over town, to my son's therapy and appts. Sometimes I'd read it outloud to other autism parents while waiting for our kids. I have misplaced it now and only hope that whoever has it is using the great info in it. I have to assume the new books will be just as good.

isabel pedroza

i will love to win this book.It will give alot of ideas with my 3 yr. old boy.

Linda Wynne

4 boys in this house- 2 with autism, so we could really use the boy version

Cassandra Sines

Would love a copy of the boy version.

Stephanie Weiss

Sweet idea for a book, would love to win one

Tracy Blaney

Could really use a copy of the boy version Please!!!!

Tanya Pacheco

Wow! Is there a boy copy left?? Please, please, please!!!! We are wandering the adolescent wilderness, mama needs some manna from heaven.


Boy, please!


boy oh boy


I am so late posting but if there is a boy copy left that would be great. you can never have enough information.


My 12 year old son has autism... I could use all the tips I can get. ;)


Now venturing into the scary boy hormone area - and not ashamed to say I'm a little freaked out! Would love a copy - thank you for your generosity Mr. Lyons!

Jill Fenech

My 17 year old daughter is finally coming to grips with the fact that she has "autism." I have tried to explain to her that autism is a part of her, but not all of her. We drew a circle and broke it into pieces to show her how much of her life is NOT autism and that the more she heals, the smaller the "autism" piece of the pie gets. This has been a very long journey and it ain't over yet. With her growing and greater awareness, sometimes this is harder than when she was small and lived in her own invisible box. Any help would be greatly appreciated - Girl version preferred. Any advice beyond the book would be cheerfully received!


I would love to have a copy for boys. I'm a mother of a autistic boy of 5. We live in the Netherlands. It would be great to see of there are different views at the other site of the world.


Always looking for new ideas and ways to help.....please enter me for the boys' tips. Thanks!




I have a boy with ASD so would prefer that one but would take the girl one too as I would share it with our library.

Lisa Brooks

Boy oh Boy! would love one.


The Boys version would be much appreciated and passed along!

Christine Roshaven

Hi, my boy is more severe than my daughter, so as always conflicting with my heart, I ask for the boy's verssion if I am able to win!!Thank you so much for the generous hearts!!

Crystal Kelly

I am raising my 15 year old alone. This book would be so helpful. May I have the "boy" version, please?

Jen G

Girl :)

emotional rollercoaster

As my 11 year old son has been in the chemical explosion of puberty mood swings and all. And we recently had to move. This book just might save our sanity. Hope we win!


I'd love the boys. As a parent of two boys are book ends, all tips would be helpful


Boy version please. Thank you very much.


Boy please! :)


I'd love a copy of the boys version!

Julie Leonardo

I have a girl with autism and would love, love, love to have a copy of the "girls" book:)


Girl Baby!! Thanks :)


I have a young boy and need all the help I can get on his tempermental rollercoaster!!!!!!! Please and thanks!!!!!


I am anxious to read both books!


Thank you! I would like to enter for the boy version.


Girl :)

Alex von Dallwitz

This sounds like a fantastic book to have, what a great idea! Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy. BOY!

Tonya Frye

I'd love either!!!! I have a son with autism and work with two other boys and one girl with autism!


I would also love to win a copy of the boy's book. Thanks!

Alan Stokes

I have a boy with autism and would love to win the book.


I'd love to have a boys copy!

Goodnight Moon Yoga

I would LOVE LOVE LOVE the boys version of this book. We would be so greatful.


I have a son with Autism and would LOVE to win the boy version of the book. Thanks so much!:)

Kim Davis

I would love a copy of the boy's version

Jacqueline Gauthier

opps! just recounted them up - I guess they do *blush*

Jacqueline Gauthier

Girl or Looks like the girl requests here don't add up to the typical skew in boys:girls with autism. Any books left?


I would like to win a copy of the boy publication for a Christmas present for my brother and his family.


The boys version would be great!




Hook me up with a boys version please!


Would love a copy, the extended family could definately use the hints...for a boy.


I'd really like a copy of the boy book! Thanks!




Can I have a boys version? Thanks.


I have a son with autism and would LOVE a copy of the boy book! Thanks!


I'd like the boys!!
(I'm 21 weeks pregnant with a girl, but seeing as how I've had no vaccines, don't plan on it for her, I am eating GFCFSF, taking my supplements, and have gone totally green in our house- I'll bet the farm I won't need it for my girl!- we'll see!)

Maurine Meleck

I would love the male version here. Thanks, maurine

Maurine Meleck

Would love the male version here. thanks. Maurine


Go girls! Sign me up.

Steph M

Count me in with the boy group...thank you.


Girl, girl, girl, girl, girl. Thanks.

Sonja Lopez

Count me in with the girl group - thank you.

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