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Uncle Mike and I play hide and seek. And when its time for him to leave, he says "I'll see you soon, my Pumpkin. Well play some more next week." Uncle Mike didn't come back the next week and I didn't understand why. So Daddy picked me up, kissed my cheek and said, "There's something I want to show you, up in the sky."
The Brightest Star In The Sky is beautifully told, and helps children deal with the loss of a loved one.
Nino is a little dinosaur. He likes going to school, and he especially likes break time when he can play football with his friends. This little dinosaur doesn’t really like staying seated in class and looking at a blackboard, except during mathematics classes.
One day Nino’s mother comes to pick him up after school, she looks sad: “Nino, my darling, come into my arms, I have terrible news. Your sister has died” Mum cries a little. She hugs Nino tightly in her arms.
Dive into Nino’s world, with its great sorrow, gentleness and its little and simple sensations that bring flavour back in life…
We see how thanks to discussions with his family and activities they play together, they are able to overcome their great sorrow.
Nino's Mourning Story will help families with children from 4 to 12 overcome the loss of a loved one while reinforcing family cohesion.
AspergerísóIf You Only Knew is an uplifting and enlightening glimpse into the lives of a mother and son who have both learned to cope and thrive with Aspergerís Syndrome (AS), arguably one of the most fascinating conditions in the history of mental health.
As a child, Sophia Summers always knew she was different and misunderstood. Hers was a lonely life of obsession and passion, fraught with anxieties, vulnerabilities, confusion, and heartbreak. It wasnít until her son Josh was diagnosed with Aspergerís Syndrome (AS) that Sophia sought her own eventual diagnosis with the sameóand began her mission to fully research and understand AS and to discover and embrace the special way the brains of those with Aspergerís are wired.
In Sophiaís remarkably candid and deeply personal memoir, she offers firsthand insight into the unique challenges and experiences of both living with Aspergerís Syndrome and raising a child with AS. With the kind of clarity that only comes from true acceptance, Sophia shares the many practical and emotional coping skills she and her son have developed over the years for people in the spectrum of autism and their families, mental health professionals, and teachers.
AspergerísóIf You Only Knew is a triumphant true tale about coming to terms with oneís essential self, trusting in others, welcoming laughter, and realizing oneís true potential. It serves as an invaluable source of comfort, hope, and guidance to anyone touched by AS.
Children with hearing or speech difficulties can experience great frustration and a sense of being "left out". This book shows how the problems of deafness can be overcome through alternative forms of communication such as lip reading, sign language and pictures on boards.;The text describes children whose speech has been affected by aphasia, dysphasia or cerebral palsy, emphasizing that they want to communicate, but may take longer to express themselves. The work of a speech therapist is explained, and the sign language alphabet is featured at the end.
Explains that many things can be frightening and provides examples of what one can do to feel less afraid, such as asking for help from a person one trusts. Includes information and extension activities for parents or teachers.
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