The Autism Book Review and Giveaway CLOSED

 

April is Autism awareness month! With that being said I have a wonderful giveaway today! Three of my lucky winners with each get The Autism Book by Robert W. Sears, MD, FAAP

My Thoughts

Before I read this book I did not know very much about Autism. I only know two children with Autism and both of them I don’t know very well. I have always had a kind of fascination with Autism. I went to school for Medical Coding and learned a little while I was there but always wanted to know more. I was very happy to get the opportunity to review a copy of The Autism Book. It opened my eyes and helped me better understand Autism and some of the things parents can do about it. I also learned things that will help my daughter with some of the stuff we are going through with her. At this time we have had her on a gluten free diet because she seems to have an intolerance to gluten. This book helped me to know some of the questions I can ask the doctor and it helped me better understand the tests they can do to know if this is what is causing her mood changes. This book is packed full of facts and will help you better understand how to diagnose your child if you think they might have Autism. It also will help you to see that there are some options out there that do not involve a prescription drugs. Robert helps you to find the right diet for your child. There are sections of the book such as Allergies, Seizures, Low Muscle tone, Failure to Thrive, Sleep problems, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease, etc…. Robert will tell you a plan to help your child through each problem. I found this book to be very useful whether your child has Autism or not. I would recommend this book to anyone that has any questions or concerns about Autism or anyone who would just like to know more about it!

Buy It!

 

You can go to HERE to purchase this wonderful book.

 

Win It!

 

THREE of my lucky readers will have a chance to win “The Autism Book” By Robert W. Sears, MD, FAAP




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Contest will close on Wednesday April 21st at 11:59 p.m. MST and the winner will be chosen via Random.org and notified via e-mail on Thursday April 22nd. Giveaway is open to US and Canada, No P.O. Boxes please!


Winner will have 48 hours to reply to my e-mail. If I do not hear back from the winner in 48 hours I will pick another winner!

**This was not a paid post and my honest opinion was used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others. Thank you to TPRP for leading me to this book.


**I do not handle the mailing out of giveaway items and I am not responsible for any mishaps that might happen to such items.

Comments

  1. Rachel C says:

    I learned that this book has 5 star reviews on Amazon – I always read reviews before I buy.
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  3. Michelle B says:

    I have learned that the book covers many topics on autism
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  4. Michelle B says:

    I would like this book as i have a son who has autism and i think that this book would been quite useful in my sons recovery from autism
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  8. Anonymous says:

    I learned he helps guide parents through the testing. I do hope, though that he doesn't say there is a link between autism and vaccines. Because there is none that has been proven. I would like to read the book, because I have a son on the autism spectrim.
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  10. Dilem*mama says:

    I woudl like this because I know a family that could use some support for a recently diagnosed child.
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  14. i teach children with autism. this would be a wonderful resource for us and parents!
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  15. kinneyland says:

    I like that it makes learning about autism so accessible.It would be a helpful thing to pass around, even if you don't directly know anyone with autism.

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  16. kinneyland says:

    I would like this book as I have worked with several adults with autism, but never seen a book that lays out the information in a usable way.

    celiakinney@gmail.com

  17. janetfaye says:

    It lays out a plan fordevelopmental, behavioral, and learning therapies.

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  18. janetfaye says:

    I would like this book to give to a friend.

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  22. daunfamily says:

    I learned that there are many factors to consider when dealing with autism.
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  23. I like that the book talks about early detection. My son was just set up for an eval for possible Autism. He's only 18 mos old and I've already heard people say he's "too young" to detect. This book looks like a good one to read, so I can see what they say.

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  24. I would like this book just to have the knowledge on what to look for now as my triplets develope. Especially with one of my sons having some signs of possible Autism.

    jamiedelight at gmail.com

  25. MommyToTwoBoys says:

    What I learned: I didn't realize that Dr. Sears was associated with biomed interventions. Our son, who has Autism, has been having some severe behavior lately and we are finally deciding to go to a DAN doctor and look into some biomed treatments.

  26. MommyToTwoBoys says:

    What I learned basically answered why I want this book. Oops! We are looking into biomed interventions.

  27. MommyToTwoBoys says:

    I am a google follower, even though for some reason my picture and profile stuff isn't pulling up right! Ugghh, Google!

  28. Kimberly says:

    I like that one reviewer felt that the book offered "a clear, concise plan for the treatment of autism"

  29. Kimberly says:

    I would love to win because my son was diagnosed with Aspergers with is a higher functioning form of Autism and perhaps I can learn more from the book about the condition.

  30. Carolsue says:

    The book helps parentws learn how to detect autism at the earliest possible age
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  31. Carolsue says:

    I would like to win this because my daughter was diagnosed with mild autism/aspergers/SPD. She's doing well, but I still have a lot of questions
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  33. One of the only books I've looked at on Amazon with all 5 starts in the reviews! that's amazing and obvious this book covers a wide range of issues relating to autism.

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  34. My son is 2 and has been mentioned that he could be showing a couple signs of autism. I need all the researching tools I can get my hands on to make sure I do what's best for him. this book even covers diagnosing signs — I'm anxious to read it

    nikklaven at gmail dot com

  35. cristiniscouponcrazy says:

    i learned that this book has great reviews on amazon which makes me want to read it more
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  36. cristiniscouponcrazy says:

    i would like this book because i am very interested in learning more about autism because i know some children with it
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  40. kristine says:

    I like the Dr Sears approach to all of thei rbooks. They are very gentle and comforting to a family..

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  41. Carolsue says:

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  42. I'd love to be your winner with special reasons. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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