8 Wonderful books for neuro diverse kids on the Kindle

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In a world where we can use more compassion, this heartwarming list of books, available on Kindle, are just what your kids need.

The entire world is neuro diverse. We are all made up of varied ideas and ways of being. Books for neuro diverse kids perform an important function. They enable inclusivity and foster empathy among kids who are neuro typical. These lovely e-books tell the stories of children who are different and have unique ways of claiming their place in the world.

Read on to discover delightful books for neuro diverse kids available in your Kindle library that can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike.


1. My Friend Isabelle

Age group: 4 to 12

Charlie has a best friend called Isabelle. They play, read together, dance and visit the park – always together. Towards the end, we learn from Charlie that Isabelle is rather different, and in a wonderful way. You should read the book with your kids to find out!

Order now for ₹727/-


2. Be a Friend by Salina Yoon

Age group: 4 to 12 years

This lovely book is about a boy, Daniel, who does something extraordinary to express himself – he mimes! He then meets a friend who loves him for his unique abilities. People call it autism, but ‘Be A Friend’ is about a child with many a talent.

Order now for ₹127.30/-


3. Antsy Ansel by Cindy Jenson-Elliott

Age group: 5 – 9 years

This is a picture book about Ansel Adams, the legendary American photographer. Ansel cannot sit still, is always fidgety or jumpy and always runs, jumps and is constantly restless. The book talks about his journey and how he used his need to move to discover the world around him and become the iconic photographer that he became.

Order now for ₹579.20/-


4. Just My Luck by Cammie McGovern

Age group: 8 – 12 years

Another book for RJ Palacio fans, Just My Luck is a book that’s written with refreshing honesty. Benny is in 4th grade and like many kids, goes through many downs – he has to make an extra effort to find friends, his father is an invalid and needs Benny’s help, and so does Benny’s brother. Kids will love this story, as they see themselves in Benny, including the Lego obsession!

Order now for ₹247.40/-


5. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

Age group: 9 years +

Based on Greek mythology, Percy Jackson is a regular kid who has ADHD and dyslexia, until he realizes he is a demigod and that these ‘disabilities’ were actually his secret gifts. We love how this plays out in Rick Riordan’s fun and splendid books for children who feel like outliers but have secret powers.

Order now for ₹180.50


6. Wonder by RJ Palaccio

Age group: 9 years +

One of the most popular books in recent times, Wonder is the story about August Pullman, a ten-year-old with a rare facial deformity called Treacher Collins syndrome. The book is beautifully written, engrossing to read and is filled with humor and a great plot, apart from overlapping narrations. More importantly, Auggie’s own success in finding himself in school and in this world, can be a great inspiration for kids who feel out of place.

Order now for ₹319/-


7. Out of My Mind by Sharon M Draper

Age group: 9 years +

Middle-school genius Melody Brooks writes about her life from her wheelchair – her struggles, her joys and sorrows, and a certain turn in the tide. If you liked Wonder, then you will love this book!

Order now for ₹446.29


8. Fish in a Tree by Linda Mullaly Hunt

Age group: 10 years +

A beautiful book about a child who is a different learner, Ally always struggles in mainstream school set-ups, until she meets a teacher who understands her unique abilities and helps her to nurture her talent. Remember the famous quote by Einstein?, “Everybody is smart in different ways. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its life believing it is stupid.” The title is taken from that famous quotation.

Order now for ₹284.20/-

*Please note. Colored books will not show up on a regular Kindle, unless you have the Kindle Fire. You can use the Kindle app on a tablet or a computer, instead.

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