You can purchase this book HERE.
The author is a neurodiverse person with neurodiverse children, and her perspective is inclusive and wise. She's also written a memoir, which I've just begun to read and am enjoying immensely; I am especially relating to what it feels like to grow up "different" and raise kids who are "different," too. As she notes, so much work on autism comes from allistic people, and there's much to be said for work on neurodiversity from neurodiverse perspectives!
Full Spectrum Mama