Ben's Flying Flowers follows Emily as she tries to overcome her grief following her brother's death. As time passes, Emily finds a way to remember her brother and grows to understand that although Ben has died, her happy memories of him can continue to live on.
The Angry Ant is a personal development book for kids wrapped in a 'Once Upon a Time' story. It's a book with important messages, concepts and conversation-starters, with the core themes being tolerance, communication, awareness, perspective, choices, kindness, happiness, anger, acceptance and friendship. While it's most suitable for kids in the four to eight (year) range, the messages are relevant for all of us. *From the back cover *“Sometimes kids are the best teachers, sometimes they are smart beyond their years and sometimes gown-ups need to talk less and listen... More info
A groundbreaking picture book which explains Asperger's Syndrome in a simple, gentle and positive way to very young children. Meet Isaac. He's a superhero! He might look like everyone else, but he has a kind of autism called Asperger's. Inside this book he'll tell you all about what it's like to have his Asperger superpowers. A groundbreaking picture book which presents Asperger's Syndrome sensitively, positively and in an accessible way to very young children. An essential resource for families, relatives and schools wishing to understand more about Asperger's Syndrome and ASD. *Review:* "This... More info
The Panicosaurus is a delightful book which cleverly explains to children how the brain works to produce anxiety and ways they can manage and take control of their own level of anxiety. The illustrations are great and the storyline and simple analogies used to explain the parts of the brain vying for control of the body are wonderfully suited to the level of young children with Asperger's syndrome. *Author Bio:* *K. I. Al-Ghani *is a specialist Advisory teacher. Inclusion Consultant and Autism Trainer, with over 35 years’ experience in education.... More info