"Hello, My Name is Max and I Have Autism" is a book written by Max Miller himself. It discusses his diagnosis, difficulties in life, and the perseverance of his parents. He was nonverbal until the age of 6, and could not read or write until the age of 10. He was discriminated against and denied access to many different aspects of life.
Since Max had difficulty communicating, he found a strategy in using art, which has now been displayed at the Denver Art Museum.
You can purchase the Ebook on Google Play.
You can view an article about his artwork here: http://www.westword.com/arts/max-miller-creates-art-a-book-and-an-exhibit-for-autism-awareness-month-6654821