Books Books Books

This has been a big year for new authors and favorites of the autism community. This year I've read Animal Factory by David Kirby, Callous Disregard by Dr. Andrew Wakefield and Not My Boy! by Rodney Pete. I also read a book by Andrew Zimmerman (he's 14!) titled What Is My Mother Doing To Me?: A Teenager's Journey To Recovered Health Through Biomedical Interventions.
I'm looking forward to reading The Age of Autism by Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill - I was hoping to borrow it from a friend, but all my friends' friends want to read the book too, so I just ordered it.
Also in November Kim Stagliano's book All I Can Handle I'm no Mother Theresa is coming out. I plan on reading it on my vacation, Kim tells me it's very upbeat and funny and won't make me want to jump overboard.
What are your favorite autism book? What do you go back and read again?