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Dasha’s Journal: A cat reflects on Life, Catness and Autism is a great read for anyone interested in autism or animals!
Date of Review: 
Dec.09.2009
Reviewer: 
Heather Sedlock, Special Needs Kids Examiner
Source: 
Examiner.com

It’s 170 plus pages long, encompassing 10 chapters, glossary and bibliography. Dasha, the family’s cat, took it upon herself to do some research about autism using her humans as guinea pigs. It was a delight to read even the scientific parts.

This book is a funny, brilliant, and heartwarming memoir of sorts. It does a lot of explaining about the different types of behavior that Alex (the individual with autism in this family) displays and what other individuals with autism display and their possible triggers. Anyone who has autism or cares for someone with autism will end up with neck soreness from nodding his or her head all the way through this book!