involves parents and teachers providing children on the Autism spectrum and with language delays with added opportunities for language development, joint attention and social interaction. To start, take extra care to choose a book with a topic the child is emotionally interested in, perhaps something from the child’s “like list”. For example, if the child likes planes, trains, cooking, or a particular animal, pick a book on this topic. This will help you to enter the child’s interest spotlight. Choose books with pictures, very few words and sensory activities, if possible, with flaps and hidden objects that allow the child to open and close flaps, to touch different textures and provide different smells.