«This book will not give you a step-by-step of how-to-raise-your-child. It’s not a memoir, and it won’t tell you how to cure or prevent autism. What it will do is offer the unique perspective of one autistic young woman. It will bring you into her life, her mind, her world. It will explain how she thinks and what she believes, and it will give you her ideas about how to help your child with autism be as content as he can be while still remaining autistic.» Enter into the world of one autistic young woman as she offers parents insight into how she thinks, feels, and acts. Organized by topic, Living in Technicolor contains poetry, blog posts, and question-and-answer sections to give you the inside view on life with autism.