Pete Wharmby is an ex-English teacher who has immersed himself in the world of autism advocacy since his diagnosis in 2017. He has a highly engaged Twitter following, a YouTube channel and a blog, and dedicates his efforts to improving the general public's understanding of autism.
'A wonderful, compassionate, important book, exploring the many faces of neurodivergence, and offering ways for everyone to make life kinder for those who are wired differently.' - Joanne Harris
'Pete eloquently and passionately explains the the challenges of having to navigate our round-hole world as square peg and therefore is a comforting and validating read for anyone who is Untypical. Rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, whichever neuro-shape you are, this book can help us all to create a more inclusive society.' - Dr Meg Arroll
'A wonderful book about achieving better awareness and a more inclusive society for people on the autism spectrum.' - Roger Clark
'This brilliant, funny, important book shows how we can all make the world a bit better for everyone but especially our neurodiverse friends, loved ones and possibly ourselves.' Sarah Hart