Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World by Sy Montgomery, (Foreword by) Temple Grandin -- 148 pages
Temple Grandin relates to animals a lot. They can't talk. For a long time, she couldn't either, so she couldn't express herself or tell people what she wanted. Animals pay attention to details that most people don't even notice, and so does Temple. Because she relates to animals so well, she knows exactly what might be frightening or hurting them. Temple has used her autism as a strength and as a tool, and she became perhaps the most single influential person in the livestock industry. This is a short biography on her life, and I enjoyed it very much.