Odd girl out : my extraordinary autistic life / Laura James.
- 6 of 9 copies available at NC Cardinal.
1 current hold with 9 total copies.
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|Albert Carlton - Cashiers Community Library||616.85 J (Text)||39493108301831||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Bordeaux Library||616.8588 J (Text)||31781064998519||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Cumberland Headquarters||616.8588 J (Text)||31781064998527||Adult Nonfiction||Checked out||11/30/2019|
|Henderson Main Branch||616.85882 J (Text)||33258008611134||Adult New Nonfiction||In transit||-|
|Hudson (Fontana)||Bio & Memoir JAMES (Text)||39493108531510||Adult New Biography||Available||-|
|Macon County Public Library||616.85 J (Text)||39493108368293||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Oakley/South Asheville Library||616.8588209 JAM (Text)||0020511787937||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Pack Memorial Library||B JAMES (Text)||0020511786004||Adult Biography||Available||-|
|Statesville Main Library||616.85882 JAM (Text)||33114018036046||Adult Nonfiction||In transit||-|
- ISBN: 9781580057806
- ISBN: 1580057802
- Physical Description: 248 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Berkeley, California : Seal Press, 2018.
"From childhood, Laura James knew she was different. She struggled to cope in a world that often made no sense to her, as though her brain had its own operating system. It wasn't until she reached her forties that she found out why: Suddenly and surprisingly, she was diagnosed with autism. With a touching and searing honesty, Laura challenges everything we think we know about what it means to be autistic. Married with four children and a successful journalist, Laura examines the ways in which autism has shaped her career, her approach to motherhood, and her closest relationships. Laura's upbeat, witty writing offers new insight into the day-to-day struggles of living with autism, as her extreme attention to sensory detail--a common aspect of her autism--is fascinating to observe through her eyes. As Laura grapples with defining her own identity, she also looks at the unique benefits neurodiversity can bring. Lyrical and lush, Odd Girl Out shows how being different doesn't mean being less, and proves that it is never too late for any of us to find our rightful place in the world."-- Provided by publisher.
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