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Sm spectrum I ve been mainstreamed meaning never put in special education but instead with a classroom with neurotypical normal kids my entire life And never have I been so happy to have been raised as such I was dubbed highly gifted in fourth grade I did honors and AP classes for everything but math I went to UCSB majored in Japanese went to Japan and lived there while going to ICU in Tokyo and graduated with a decent GPA in 2007In short I am an autism success story and success stories are not often talked about which is incredibly frustrating We are always spoken of in softer terms couched in tough stuff and it s as if we re surrounded by eggshells upon which everyone has to walk onWe re tougher than that And people like Temple Grandin Bill Gates and others only prove thatThat being said I ve found it incredibly hard to find books that deal with autism or people with it that actually take us seriously Much like I have massive problems with Autism Speaks with wanting to shove everyone in Special Ed instead of mainstreaming when it s an option seriously guys it s like trying to shove the GLBT community back in the closet I also have problems with a lot of YAMG books that have tried and failed to tackle the concept and issue of autism while giving respect to the individuals who have itI m happy to announce that this fabulous little book does both tackles the subject gives the subject respect AND is wonderfully easy to understand for the age of any person reading it Sy Montgomery has really done Grandin a solid here and has captured her life very elouently If you re trying to find a book to introduce the issue of autism to any age group but especially the youngest ones I highly recommend this biography that speaks of the blossoming neurodiversity movement through Grandin s experiencesGrandin herself gives us a very simple introduction getting our feet wet as the audience telling us very briefly about her life and how autism affects her as well as the goals of the biography in general This is a very straightforward yet gentle way to ease people into the subject matter to come and it automatically got my attentionAs for Montgomery she has done an absolutely fantastic ob with the whole book From its style of storytelling as if this were fiction and not fact to the tidbits on how to help kids with autism explaining about the condition and an extensive bibliography at the end giving us a lot resources for those who want to read up on Grandin What absolutely chilled me and in a good way was the way she explained how those with autism present company included experience the physical senses and how sometimes those senses are on fire I ve never seen anyone be able to describe how sensory overload so simply and so well before and for that I m profoundly grateful I too have sensory overload problems and I ve tried in the past to explain how it works but failed Now I have a great reference for people who want to know how it worksThis book balances autism education and Grandin s life story very well both in easy to digest forms To be blunt we need "books like this about those with autism both in all genres By the " like this about those with autism both in all genres By the of the book Montgomery builds a steady excitement that will make you want to cheer for Grandin and her accomplishments as well as give those who *Know Those With Autism A *those with autism a way at looking at them and interacting with them The comparison with how animals think and how some of those with autism on the spectrum think was spot on and I think it ll definitely help neurotypical kids understand about aneurotypical kids a bit better It also talks a lot about animal rights how Grandin s work ties into them and how important they are never a bad thing to introduce to a young audience While it does make some sweeping generalizations about Big Agriculture and livestock farming in general that I wasn t really into it s at least something to get the conversation goingBut uite possibly my favorite part Grandin s final tips to kids with autism on how to manage it on their own in order to thrive They re great pointers and it brought a smile on my face because I only got a fraction of that advice after getting diagnosed Now it s there for future generations to enjoy and nothing makes me happier than thatSo if you re looking for a respectful elouent way to introduce autism to anyone of any age pick up Temple Grandin It s made my best of 2012 so far list and its place there is well deserved Temple Grandin is out now from Harcourt so be sure to check it out it s seriously one of the best books on autism and on Grandin that I ve read yetposted to goodreads shelfari librarything and birthofanewwitchwordpresscom. Ple of the uniue contributions that autistic people can make   This compelling biography complete with Temple’s personal photos takes us inside her extraordinary mind and opens the door to a broader understanding of autis. Her childhoodMore than ust a terrific biography though Montgomery has also accomplished the awesome feat of explaining how the autistic brain works what sensory difficulties like Grandin s must feel like and how geniuses and eccentric people may have been undiagnosed autistics She presents the information in an immensely helpful way for normal people to better understand the others we may meet She and Grandin both also offer encouragement and tips for kids with autism so they Can Find Their Place In The World find their place in the world s an encouraging engaging read for kids and interested "adults Enlightening and engaging students and adults alike will find something to love "Enlightening and engaging students and adults alike will find something to love this book While the author writes for a tweenyoung teen audience I m willing to bet the This is a beautiful story of acceptance and inclusion using autism awareness and education as the vehicles to achieve this aim Temple Grandin was different As an infant her parents knew she was a child unlike any other her father believed her to be mentally retarded a term we don t use any Her mother insisted that somewhere under Temple s erratic disturbing and odd behaviors lived a child filled with curiosity talent and the capacity to love Temple did not speak until the age of five but once she did she showed a personality and wit that stood out among the crowd of typical children Still she often found comfort in twirling for hours on end and dribbling sand through her fingers Her senses were extreme as she was sensitive to touch sound and light But Temple s mother believed her daughter s differences could be her assets Temple was eventually diagnosed as autistic and at the time psychiatrists believed this to be a type of schizophrenia Autism caused Temple to struggle through elementary and middle school at times subject to bullying and teasing but as she got older she learned to make her way in the world With her mother s support Temple found that not only did she have amazing talents but she also could do things no one else was capable of She found that at times autism was a gift that allowed her to think in ways others could not Temple thought in pictures instead of words and this allowed her to visualize things in a very special way For instance Temple had the ability to think the way an animal could since she *Was So Attuned To Their *so attuned to their and behavior She especially loved and felt a kinship with cows This ability led to her career in animal husbandry and her deep love of cattle turned into a talent unlike any other Today Temple Grandin is one of the most prominent figures in the meat packing industry where she designs humane treatment systems for all types of livestock At this time in history Temple has done for creating humane conditions for food animals than any other living human being Some of her greatest reforms came through working with McDonald s and other major restaurant chains Through her role as an ambassador for the humane treatment of livestock and her role as an advocate for those with autism Temple provides a voice to those who might not otherwise have one She is also renowned for her ability to explain the differences in her brain from those of most other people as well as how autism feels Her well written biography offers children a very personal account of Temple and her life Pictures drawings pull the reader into Temple s world I like how the book addresses both children with and without autism making it inclusive and educational at the same time While showing the challenges that Temple faced readers can actually see the aspects of autism that can have a negative affect on an individual on the autism spectrum However at the same time the reader is also shown those special abilities that can make an autistic individual exceptional There is a 2010 HBO movie starring Claire Danes as Temple that I hope to view in the near futureThe appendix includes a comprehensive list of resources for further information960LAges 10 and up This book helped me to understand the disorder fully having a nephew who fits into the autism spectrum and diagnosed with lack of social and verbal skills My initial praise was for Temple s Mother for not accepting the conventional advice and setting out to get the help that her daughter needed and showing that all things are possible I also admired the photos illustrating her ourney and her passion and understanding to all animals Temple s brilliance with design helped with a humane treatment of animals and I am grateful for that and her industry awards well deserved Hi my name is Usagi and I m autistic More specifically I have Asperger s Syndrome one of the lighter forms of the disorder on the auti. Oday Dr Temple Grandin is a scientist and professor of animal science at Colorado State University Her world changing career revolutionized the livestock industry As an advocate for autism Temple uses her experience as an exam. ,

People especially children have a very difficult time understanding autism and its Symptoms Like It Is Like it is for Temple Grandin to understand people s body language and their motives it is hard for other people to understand what is going on in Temple s mind Montgomery explains autism in a very fresh and simple way using insightful comparisons that children can grasp Too many books about people who have autism or other disorders ask the reader to feel sympathy for these people Montgomery does better She asks the reader to accept and value Grandin as a whole person Readers will come to admire her for exactly who she is and the many things she has accomplished It may be difficult to read some of the descriptions of the cruel treatment of food animals or their uality of life but it forces the reader to see not only the harsh reality but how brave Grandin is and was to confront this reality While the reader may think this is horrible Temple thought This is horrible I need to change this and I can change this I feel better knowing that a person like Temple Grandin is out there Review Found Here Never in a million years did I expect to be so impacted by this book When I closed its cover I actually spoke Wow aloud Grandin has succeeded because of her autism not in spite of itMontgomery weaves a good explanation of what autism is and how it can affect people through her account of Grandin s youth and college years Grandin s approach to life is different than many not only did it work for her it brought her to a successful and meaningful career Her ability to recognize pain and fear in animals as a teen has led to her working for humane treatment of animals her entire adult life Her fixation coupled with a common sense approach allowed her to face sexism disrespect denial and sabotage in the workplace Grandin s advice for kids on the spectrum offers concrete tips for those living with autism and for those whose lives are touched by *Them Backmatter Includes Books *Backmatter includes books and websites some of which are appropriate for young people Lots of possibilities for booktalking gross factor biography assignments career studies bullying discussions and Good biography and story about Temple Grandin s interests and how she made these interests into a successful career However I think the author got a little strident about the animal welfare issues near the end of the book We were reading it for the autism I ended up skipping extensive descriptions of animal slaughter Andy would say again when I started another paragraph about the horrors of factory farming I ve already read several books by Grandin she s my hero But I m excited to read this anyway Not Liar just because the mind of an autistic person is fascinating notust because Grandin s mind is fascinating not Noir just because I am so very grateful to Grandin for her work with and on behalf of animals especially her efforts to treat cattle humanely but also because everything I ve read by Montgomery so far has been engaging enlightening and enchanting Done My expectations were exceeded This is wonderful Inspiring to anyone on the spectrum orust uirky or neuro typical Enlightening and enjoyable for ages 8 to 88 Whether you read for a biography report for school because you re interested in autism or because you re interested in animal welfare or in inventions you ll find stories and pictures here to satisfy If you actually are autistic you might love the blueprints of her cattle handling chutes or benefit from her advice in the appendixOf note a key factor in her success is her wisdom to know how to get help to get things done Even in school she didn t scorn well meaning teachers the way so many characters in YA novels do but rather took advantage of their offers For example it was her science teacher Mr Carlock who helped her develop the sueeze machine Be like Temple a real person not like those angsty imaginary teens in the melodramatic novels From book acket and endpapers to interviews and author notes This Is A Beautifully And is a beautifully and crafted book Opening with a prologue from Temple Grandin herself it is obvious that Sy Montgomery has a great respect for her subject and took care to tell about Grandin s life in a well rounded way not smoothing over bumps in her personality or the difficulties that autism present and also not putting Grandin on a pedestal in spite of her many talents and accomplishments The friendly and detailed telling is immediately accessible to children and makes the reader want to know about the subject Also fascinating are copies of Grandin s blueprints for humane animal facilities and the photographs of her many inventions from. When Temple Grandin was born her parents knew that she was different Years later she was diagnosed with autism   While Temple’s doctor recommended a hospital her mother believed in her Temple went to school instead   T. ,

Temple Grandin