Lending Library

Autism Tennessee has the largest autism specific lending library in the state.  Check out the books and DVDs we have available for you to borrow, including recordings of many of our educational Workshops!  To see if an item you would like to borrow is available, call our Parent Representatives at (615) 385-2077, ext. 1.

We are always happy to accept library donations!  If you have an item that you are done using and would like to make it available to others in the community, just drop it by our office!

I Wish I Was a Mallard But God Made Me a Pekin Instead – Duck Ponder Series

"I wish I was a Mallard, but God made me a Pekin instead" is the second book in the Duck Ponder Series. Duck Ponder is a series of books that uses the radiant photography of water fowl to illustrate God's word with a simplistic and heartwarming approach. The words within…
Categories: , , , . Format: . Published in July 10, 2013.Authored by Patty Keith.

Will You Be My Friend? Even If I Am Different from You – Duck Ponder Series

Will You be My Friend even IF I am different from you?" is the first book in the Duck Ponder Series.  This book was originally written as a reference/photograph book for the author's granddaughters but quickly metamorphosed into a message of respecting the differences in others. Based on the second…
Categories: , , , , . Format: . Published in April 10, 2013.Authored by Patty Keith.

Your Adolescent: Emotional, Behavioral, and Cognitive Development from Early Adolescence Through the Teen Years

This guide is designed to help parents of adolescents understand and cope with some of childhood's most challenging years. Includes sections on sex, drugs, alcohol, self-esteem, divorce, school, and other issues facing young teens.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 1999.Authored by David Pruitt.

Your Baby and Child from Birth to Age Five

This newest edition of Penelope Leach
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Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind

The No Child Left Behind Act is confusing to parents, educators, administrators, advocates, and most attorneys. Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind provides a clear roadmap to the law.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2004.Authored by Paul E. Peterson and Martin R. West.

World of the Autistic Child: Understanding and Treating Autistic Spectrum Disorders

This book is about understanding the diagnosis of autism, the available treatments, and how to decide what is best for a particular child with autism or PDD. Straightforward and sympathetic, Dr. Siegel guides readers through the thicket of symptoms and labels, explaining the crucial importance of intensive early education and…
Categories: . Format: . Published in 1996.Authored by Bryna Siegel.

Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy – The Special Education Survival Guide

In Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, Pete and Pam Wright teach you how to plan, prepare, organize -- and get quality special education services.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2002.Authored by Pam Wright and Pete Wright.

You Will Dream New Dreams: Inspiring Personal Stories by Parents of Children with Disabilities

Each year, 40,000 babies with disabilities are born, and another 80,000 children will develop a major developmental disability by the age of 10. You Will Dream New Dreams: Inspiring Personal Stories by Parents of Children with Disabilities includes pieces like "Hard Choices," on the painful decision to place a brain-damaged…
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2001.Authored by Stanley D. Klein, Ph.D. and Kim Schive.

Wrightslaw: Special Education Law

Special education law is more than a legal specialty niche. Special education laws govern eligibility, IEPs, evaluations, placement, educational progress, transition plans, discipline, and educational records - and are vitally important to parents of disabled children, educators, child advocates, school psychologists, health care providers, and school administrators.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 1999.Authored by Peter W.D. Wright and Pamela Dan Wright.

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(Open Late Tuesday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Additional hours available by appointment.

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