A boy describes the many feelings he has towards his brother, who is autistic
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A way for little ones to explore their moods, reactions, and responses to life's moments, both predictable and surprising. Inclusion of child in a wheelchair.
Simple tools and encouragement to keep moving, cope with the changing scenes, and be super helpers in the car, at the store or library, and on the road. See also Calm Down Time, Listening Time, and other books in the “Toddler Tools” series by Elizabeth Verdick.
A bully learns a lesson after making fun of a boy in a wheelchair when he experiences a similar perspective.
Little brother exclaims his love and acceptance of how is sister is different and puts a positive spin on it.
A humorous story showing the creativity behind Attention Deficit Disorder.
A sister takes a walk with her brother and describes his five senses on the walk through his eyes.
Regina must find a solution when she learns her best friend has a peanut allergy and cannot eat Regina’s fabulous planned birthday cake. Includes note from a pediatric allergist.
A boy learns that with practice he can make his wheelchair work with almost any activity he desires.