The Spectrum of Greatness: An Inspirational Youth Football Fiction Book about Overcoming Adversity and Excelling with High-Functioning Autism

The Spectrum of Greatness: An Inspirational Youth Football Fiction Book about Overcoming Adversity and Excelling with High-Functioning Autism
Drawing on author Jared Alexander’s own triumphs over high-functioning Autism, Spectrum of Greatness is an empowering Teen, Pre-Teen, and Children’s fiction novel that teaches kids the values of teamwork, friendship, diversity, and inclusivity. This book is for readers of all ages.

12-year-old running back David Washington loves football and plays for the South Side Bandits. The Bandits are one of the worst youth football teams in Chicago. He also struggles with High-Functioning Autism and communicating with teammates. But David’s Autism is not the reason the Bandits have struggled in the past. In fact, David is just the football player to turn his team around.

Follow David and the team as they transform from losers to confident players under the new coaching leadership of former women’s professional quarterback turned social worker Allison Ward and retired NFL kicker John Preston. Can David overcome his struggles with Autism and lead his team into the championship game?

Readers will become the biggest fans of David and the South Side Bandits, as these ultimate underdogs prove that with enough hard work and a lot of heart, anyone can turn their luck around. Above all, The Spectrum of Greatness shows that individuals on the Autism spectrum can overcome struggles with High-Functioning Autism and become leaders in whatever role they find themselves in!

Even reluctant readers will love to cheer on David and the Bandits, as they find their groove and realize their true potential and become local football heroes. $1.99 on Kindle.

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Moving Forward: Reflections on Autism, Neurodiversity, Brain Surgery and Faith

Moving Forward: Reflections on Autism, Neurodiversity, Brain Surgery and FaithMoving Forward is a journey between the worlds of autism, neurodiversity, brain surgery recovery, and faith. It provides a rare glimpse into how sensory and neurological processing affect functioning and thought, through the eyes of a professional, parent, and woman who has experienced them firsthand.

Moving Forward enables you to step into the shoes of someone who has endured the types of sensory irregularities common in people with neurodiversity ? including autism, ADHD, dyslexia, Irlen Syndrome, Auditory Processing Disorder, and more, and to gain understanding as to how to cope with these challenges and to compensate for them. It will enlighten parents, professionals, and family members to better understand and assist the neurodiverse people whom they work with and love. $9.99 on Kindle

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The Shyness Guide

The Shyness Guide
The Shyness Guide is not just a different view of shyness, introversion, autism, sensitivity and social anxiety. It is a different way of seeing the world. It offers to help you function in that world while remaining your own true self.
$1.99 on Kindle.

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Why Does Daddy Always Look So Sad

Why Does Daddy Always Look So Sad
The Amazon Best seller and #1 on Amazon Hot New Releases Chart for Children’s Autism Category. This Five Star book was written by the hand of someone who has Autism. $1.24 on Kindle.

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Free: Autism – A Practical Guide for Parents


An accessible and practical guide to autism – full of tips, ideas and strategies you can use right away to help your child. This book is written for parents, but the easy to read style also makes it useful for anyone who wants more understanding about autism. Free on Kindle.
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