Reason I Jump, The (2020): The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism

Yoshida and Mitchell, who have a child with autism, wrote the introduction to the English-language version.

The majority of the memoir is told through 58 questions Higashida and many other people dealing with autism are commonly asked.
 There are memories that Higashida shares and parabolic stories that relate to the themes discussed.
The collections ends with Higashida’s short story, “I’m Right Here,” which the author prefaces by saying: I wrote this story in the hope that it will help you to understand how painful it is when you can’t express yourself to the people you love. If this story connects with your heart in some way, then I believe you’ll be able to connect back to the hearts of people with autism too.”