David's World by Dagmar H. Mueller and Veronica Balhaus
David’s brother doesn’t understand why David eats the same food almost every day and never laughs or cries when happy or sad. A colorful picture book about a boy with autism as his brother tries to connect with him.
A story about a boy named David who has autism, told from the perspective of his brother. David does not laugh when happy, cry when sad, or like it when other people are noisy. He eats the same foods almost every day and seems to speak his own language. However, he is amazing at playing the piano, and seems to have a special connection with the family dog. As his brother continues to interact with David, he begins to understand what David’s world is like. With colorful pictures and moving text, this children’s book is great for young siblings and classmates of people with autism.