Give the Gift of Understanding – BUNDLE (2 for $40)

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BEAUTIFUL PICTURE BOOKS: EDUCATE THE WHOLE FAMILY THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE THE GIFT OF UNDERSTANDING

There are wonderful picture books to explain ASD, ADHD, etc to children. PLEASE consider giving a

Picture Book to Cousins, Neighbours, Family or Friends to help people understand ASD.

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All Dogs Have ADHD

| by Kathy Hoopmann | All Dogs Have ADHD takes an inspiring and affectionate look at Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), using images and ideas from the canine world to explore a variety of traits that will be instantly recognisable to those who are familiar with ADHD.

All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome

| by Kathy Hoopmann | This book takes a playful look at Asperger Syndrome (AS), drawing inspiration from the feline world in a way that will strike a chord with all those who are familiar with AS. This engaging book is an ideal, gentle introduction to the world of Asperger Syndrome.

Inside Asperger's Looking Out

by Kathy Hoopmann | Through engaging text and full-colour photographs, this book shows neurotypicals how Aspies see and experience the world. Each page brings to light traits that many Aspies have in common, from sensitive hearing and an aversion to bright lights and strong smells, to literal thinking and difficulty understanding social rules and reading body language and facial expressions. At the same time, the book highlights and celebrates the unique characteristics that make those with AspergerÕs Syndrome special.

Gus the Asparagus

|  by Kaylene Hobson and Ann-Marie Finn - Meet Gus! Gus might be the only asparagus in his family, but he is happy. However, when he goes to school he starts to realise that he doesn’t always ‘fit in’. Gus is here to help kids understand that it’s okay to be different. He will soon become a favourite with anyone who has ever felt a little bit out of place, kids and adults alike.

My Friend with Autism

| by Beverly Bishop | With vivid illustrations and a charming storyline this book will foster tolerance and understanding among peers. A peer narrator explains that his friend with autism is good at some things and not so good at others Ð just like everyone else. In an informative, positive tone, he addresses issues such as sensory sensitivity, communication differences, unique ways of playing and insistence on routine.

All Birds have Anxiety

Following the style of the bestselling All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome and All Dogs Have ADHD, wonderful colour photographs express the complex and difficult ideas related to anxiety disorder in an easy-to-understand way. This simple yet profound book validates the deeper everyday experiences of anxiety, provides an empathic understanding of the many symptoms associated with anxiety, and offers compassionate suggestions for change.

The combination of understanding and gentle humour make this the ideal introduction to anxiety disorder for those diagnosed with this condition, their family and friends and those generally interested in understanding anxiety.

I am an Aspie Girl

A book for young girls with autism spectrum conditions

Lizzie is an Aspie Girl - she has Asperger's Syndrome, which means that her brain works differently to her friends, and even to boys with Asperger Syndrome. In this book, Lizzie explains what it's like to be an Aspie Girl, including how she has a special talent for blending in with her friends, how she gets really tired after being at school all day, how she worries about making mistakes, and how she finds it hard to understand how she is feeling.

It's Raining Cats and Dogs

| by Michael Barton | An autism spectrum guide to the confusing world of idioms, metaphors and everyday expressions. This book illustrates why people on the autism spectrum have difficulty making sense of common phrases and idioms that others accept unquestioningly as part of everyday language. The quirky drawings will entertain and inspire those on the spectrum, providing memorable reference points for figures of speech, and will help their friends, families, teachers and colleagues to better understand the ASD way of thinking.

Kevin Thinks

| by Gail Watts | Kevin Thinks is the story of a boy with Aspergers Syndrome who sees the world a littleÉ differently! His quirky observations will strike a chord with all those who are familiar with AS, from his special interest in outer space and his aversion to itchy clothes, to his (mis) understanding of non-literal expressions and his tendency to say exactly what he thinks, regardless of the consequences, whilst the accompanying illustrations reveal what is really happening from a neurotypical point of view, to often hilarious effect.

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BEAUTIFUL PICTURE BOOKS: EDUCATE THE WHOLE FAMILY THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE THE GIFT OF UNDERSTANDING

There are wonderful picture books to explain ASD, ADHD, etc to children. PLEASE consider giving a

Picture Book to Cousins, Neighbours, Family or Friends to help people understand ASD. Here are 2 of

my favourites but more on website.

SPECIAL: 2 for $40 or $25.95 each Plus P & H