Autistic Children’s Book – Remarkable Remy

Remarkable Remy Autistic Children's Book

We believe that knowledge is power, and we want to see a world where Autistic children grow up learning that their brains are awesomely different.

We want Autistic children to learn how wonderfully strong they are, how beautifully unique, and how completely whole they are. That’s why Dr Melanie Heyworth, Reframing Autism’s Founder and Co-CEO, wrote Remarkable Remy!

Remarkable Remy is a warm and optimistic story that introduces an Autistic character to a young audience.

The story helps explain the Autistic brain – how it works a little differently and how unique it is – and how our neurodivergent friends make the world remarkable!

My best friend’s name is Remy. I think Remy is remarkable.
Remy is Autistic. That means Remy’s brain works differently to my brain.

I love that Remy is different to me, because Remy can teach me new ways to experience the world.

A picture book for both Autistic and non-Autistic readers aged 3 and up, Remarkable Remy illuminates the experiences and strengths of Autistic people, and the joys of having Autistic friends.

Written by Dr Melanie Heyworth (Co-CEO & Founder of Reframing Autism) and illustrated by Nathaniel Eckworth.

Available on and at all your favourite book stores!

Amazing book Highly recommend. Inclusive and sensitive language. I would recommend for ages 5-10
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Beautiful book. Beautiful book. Made me happy cry. Can’t wait to read this to my little girl.
Beautiful message This was the first book I read to my child to help them understand autism. It has a beautiful and affirming message.
I wish this was around when I was young. As an Autistic mom of an Autistic daughter, I’ve dreaded the day that she comes home from school asking why she’s different from others in her class. This is a beautiful and poignant answer to that question that I’m glad I found in advance. I just wish it was around when I was growing up!
Great for a kid with autism I have returned a lot of books for kids about autism as they didn’t send a message I wanted to read to my son. This book talks about traits that autistic kids may, or may not, have. It talks about how not every autistic person has the same traits or how certain sensitivities can affect even autistic people differently from each other. It was kind and didn’t make their differences sound like a burden under the surface. This this one is a keeper
Lovely book for younger children to know their perfect. Bought for a newly diagnosed 5 year old autistic child. Really lovely pictures and was of explaining autism


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The Reframing Autism team would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we have the privilege to learn, work, and grow. Whilst we gather on many different parts of this Country, the RA team walk on the land of the Birpai, Awabakal, Wattamattagal, Whadjak, Amangu, Bunurong and Kaurna Yarta peoples.

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