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  • Leroy Learns About the Big P – A Story About Private and Personal

    Leroy Learns About the Big P – A Story About Private and Personal

    by John Hibbs

    This unique book has been recently developed by a very experienced NZ counsellor who needed resources to help explain the concepts of personal and private to young clients with a developmental disability, who otherwise struggle to understand them. John Hibbs has worked extensively with disabled young people to assist them to understand their sexuality and appropriate behaviour. This illustrated, colourful book, with its easy to read sentences and explanations, helps young readers learn about personal and private boundaries and how to respect them. A valuable new tool for counsellors, psychologists, therapists...

  • Let’s Talk About It! - My Friend Has Down Syndrome

    Let’s Talk About It! - My Friend Has Down Syndrome

    by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos

    The sensitively written Let’s Talk About It! Books encourage preschool-age and early-grades children to explore their feelings, deal with problems that trouble them, and understand others who have problems of their own. Each title speaks to a particular concern that children might encounter in the course of growing up. All books in this series have appealing colour illustrations on every page, and are available in both English and Spanish language editions. A short section at the back of each book offers related advice to parents. My Friend Has Down Syndrome...

  • More Secret Girls' Business

    More Secret Girls' Business

    by Rose Stewart, Heather Anderson

    It is a companion volume to Secret Girls’ Business. In addition to information about periods, this puberty resource includes details about physical and emotional changes. It will give girls greater understanding and deeper knowledge about puberty and sexuality. Information is presented in a sensitive but open manner. It has simple language and fun illustrations which girls will enjoy. This puberty education book aims to: Provide girls with a full understanding of the physical and emotional changes experienced at puberty. Provide practical advice for managing periods, including the use...

  • Puberty and Special Girls

    Puberty and Special Girls

    by Rose Stewart, Heather Anderson

    Puberty and Special Girls is a puberty resource written for girls with special needs, including: Intellectual disability Physical disability Communication disorder Autism Puberty and Special Girls provides practical information about growing up and will help girls understand the changes experienced at puberty. It has simple text and colourful, fun illustrations. Age- appropriate information is presented in a friendly, inclusive manner which is ideal for girls with special needs. This is our second puberty book for girls with special needs. It includes a more comprehensive guide to puberty than Special Girls’...

  • Reena's Rainbow

    Reena's Rainbow

    by Dee White

    Reena may be deaf and Dog homeless, but that doesn't define who they are. A touching story of friendship and acceptance. Reena is deaf and Dog is homeless, but they are also so much more than that. At first Reena and Dog feel like they don't belong, but when they form a unique bond with each other, and become friends with the hearing children in the park, they discover that everyone is different and special in their own way. Reena's Rainbow is about friendship, diversity and acceptance. It...

  • Tad and the Pad: Why Being Brave is So Important

    Tad and the Pad: Why Being Brave is So Important

    by Steven Tincher

    *No refund on this item - Was $18.95* *Reduced by 15% - Now $16.10*  How do you react when you can’t be the same as others? Do you hang your head and hide, or do you put your chin up and try? Meet Tad. He’s a bullfrog with a weak leg that makes it hard for him to jump high. Tad is teased a lot. Will the words of the other bullfrogs help or hurt Tad?  

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