Explores important issues in a clear and matter-of-fact way to appeal to young children.
A beautifully illustrated picture book that helps children to understand autism.
This reassuring picture book explains what autism is in simple terms, helping children with siblings or classmates with autism understand what everyday life feels like from a child with autism's perspective
The book is written largely from the child's perspective. It is meant to be read with your child, or a group of children. in a way that allows the child to open up about what he or she thinks and feels.
Questions in 'What about you?' sections provide useful prompts for discussion.
Other books in this series by Pat Thomas:
*A Children’s Guide to Parkinson’s disease* Sometimes Parkinson’s disease is difficult for adults to deal with, so you can imagine how much more perplexing it must be for children. In this beautiful book, adults will have an opportunity to read and discuss with children the most common symptoms of Parkinson’s in a safe and creative environment that utilizes words, illustrations and medical facts about the disease. *Author Bio:* *Rasheda Ali,* is an actress, author, mother of two boys, an advocate for sufferers of Parkinson's Disease and the daughter of Belinda Boyd... More info
When this gingerbread man was baked, someone forgot to put in the ginger. He’s made of eggs and cinnamon and flour and butter and sugar, but he’s missing a key ingredient! Without ginger, the gingerbread man feels like he’s not really a gingerbread man at all! He can’t be sold in the bakery, so he lives at the back of the store. And there he causes all kinds of trouble. This gingerbread man eats the baker’s decorating candy. He throws sprinkles across the counter and squirts frosting on... More info
A picture story book especially for children who have bad dreams or nightmares. It both entertains and gives children the tools they need to understand their dreams and the feelings that cause them. It also provides parents with loving and effective strategies for responding to children who wake them in the night with bad dreams. The essence of the story is a progression in which Joey, an adorable kangaroo, goes from believing in and being tormented by his bad dreams to understanding that he is their author. By... More info