Harris (applied and professional psychology, Rutgers U.) and Glasberg (applied psychology, Rider U.) provide a guide for parents to the experience of growing up as the brother or sister of a child with an autism spectrum disorder, ways to support children in understanding the disorder, and tools they can use to form a meaningful relationship with their sibling. They summarize the research on these relationships, then discuss how a child's understanding of ASD changes at different ages.
Autism Through A sister's Eyes: GREAT SIBLING SUPPORT! My son is 15 with Aspergers and my daugher is 11. I got her this book about a year ago and it really helped her to learn someone else had similar feelings to her own (good and negative) regarding their older siblings autism.
A great book for parents and siblings of special needs children. Candid stories of the ups, down, guilt and happiness that goes along with raising a child or being a sibling to a child with special needs.