How to Find a Four-Leaf Clover: What Autism Can Teach Us About Difference, Connection and Belonging

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'We could all use a Jodi in our lives' The New York Times

'This book will provide greater acceptance and understanding' Temple Grandin, New York Times bestselling author of Visual Thinking

Jodi Rodgers, on-screen autism specialist from Netflix's Love On the Spectrum, draws on three decades of experience as a teacher and counsellor to help neurodivergent and neurotypical people find ways to communicate, connect, and thrive.

Blending the latest research on the neurology of the autistic brain with intimate, heart-warming stories about the incredible humans Jodi has worked with during her career, How to Find A Four-Leaf Clover helps us use this knowledge to better understand not only the behaviour of autistic people, but our own. Highlighting how we are more similar than we are different, and that everyone is deserving of love and connection, this inspiring book will help us become more empathetic and curious about all the relationships in our lives.

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