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Book Review - And Don't Bring Jeremy
A perfect book for families that have a child labeled as different to understand the challenges faced at school among peers. Prepare for school by reading books now.
Book Review - Andy and his Yellow Frisbee
A quick introduction showing how an older sibling looks out for her autistic brother while they are at school.
Book Review - How to get your kid to eatů but not too much
A good refresher for anyone in the middle of a power struggle with a child over food.
Book Review - Ian's Walk
The sibling viewpoint as narrated by a sister explaining a walk in the park with her autistic brother .
Book Review - Judge Judy Sheindlin's Win or Lose by How You Choose!
Encourages parents and children to talk through the presented situations while exploring choices and examining the resulting consequences. Summer break is the perfect time to peruse together.
Book Review - Laughing and Loving with Autism
A compilation of real life warm and humorous stories
Book Review - PECS Manual
The training manual to implement the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) in the home, school and other settings.
Book Review - Thinking in Pictures/Temple Grandin
Temple Grandin - A Visual Thinker - The perspective on being autistic with scientific data from a Ph.D.
Book Review - Views from our Shoes
Youngsters from age four to eighteen share personal tales on having a sibling with special needs.
Book Review on puberty and hygiene for young people with autism
A must read for those who love and guide children with autism and other disabilities as they grow into adulthood.
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