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  1. What's Happening to Tom?

    What's Happening to Tom?

    A book about puberty for boys and young men with autism and related conditions

    Kate E. Reynolds, illustrated by Jonathon Powell

    This simple picture book follows Tom as he begins puberty. Designed to be read with boys with autism or other special needs, it provides the perfect starting point for parents and carers to discuss changes including new hair growth, deepening voice and wet dreams. Learn More
    2014, Hardback, 7.44in x 6.73in / 189mm x 171mm, 36pp, AU$19.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-523-9
    2014, Ebook, PDF, 36pp, AU$19.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-934-0
  2. Tom Needs to Go

    Tom Needs to Go

    A book about how to use public toilets safely for boys and young men with autism and related conditions

    Kate E. Reynolds, illustrated by Jonathon Powell

    In this picture book, we join Tom as he is out and about and needs to use a public toilet. It provides parents and carers with the opportunity to teach boys and young men with autism and other special needs how to use urinals and cubicles safely and to understand the social etiquette. Learn More
    2014, Hardback, 7.32in x 6.46in / 186mm x 164mm, 36pp, AU$18.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-521-5
    2014, Ebook, PDF, 36pp, AU$18.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-935-7
  3. Things Tom Likes

    Things Tom Likes

    A book about sexuality and masturbation for boys and young men with autism and related conditions

    Kate E. Reynolds, illustrated by Jonathon Powell

    A simple picture book to teach boys and young men with autism or other special needs about masturbation and when and where it is appropriate. It also helps to introduce the concepts of public and private and to establish ground rules. Learn More
    2014, Hardback, 7.32in x 6.54in / 186mm x 166mm, 36pp, AU$19.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-522-2
    2014, Ebook, PDF, 36pp, AU$19.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-933-3
  4. The Green Zone Conversation Book

    The Green Zone Conversation Book

    Finding Common Ground in Conversation for Children on the Autism Spectrum

    Joel Shaul

    Using bright colours and fun illustrations, this book will show children with Autism Spectrum Disorder aged 7 and above how to identify common interests in conversation, and how to go on to talk about them successfully. The photocopiable worksheets and activities encourage children to engage with this visual model and reinforce the method. Learn More
    2014, Hardback, 11.30in x 8.58in / 287mm x 218mm, 104pp, AU$31.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-759-2
    2014, Ebook, PDF, 96pp, AU$31.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-946-3
  5. What's Happening to Ellie?

    What's Happening to Ellie?

    A book about puberty for girls and young women with autism and related conditions

    Kate E. Reynolds, illustrated by Jonathon Powell

    This simple picture book follows Ellie as she begins puberty. Designed to be read with girls with autism or other special needs, it provides the perfect starting point for parents and carers to discuss changes including new hair growth and menstruation. Learn More
    2015, Hardback, 7.36in x 6.50in / 187mm x 165mm, 36pp, AU$19.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-526-0
    2015, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, AU$19.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-937-1
  6. Things Ellie Likes

    Things Ellie Likes

    A book about sexuality and masturbation for girls and young women with autism and related conditions

    Kate E. Reynolds, illustrated by Jonathon Powell

    A simple picture book to teach girls and young women with autism or other special needs about masturbation and when and where it is appropriate. It also helps to introduce the concepts of public and private and to establish ground rules. Learn More
    2015, Hardback, 7.36in x 6.93in / 187mm x 176mm, 36pp, AU$19.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-525-3
    2015, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, AU$19.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-936-4
  7. Ellie Needs to Go

    Ellie Needs to Go

    A book about how to use public toilets safely for girls and young women with autism and related conditions

    Kate E. Reynolds, illustrated by Jonathon Powell

    In this picture book, we join Ellie as she is out and about and needs to use a public toilet. It provides parents and carers with the opportunity to teach girls and young women with autism and other special needs how to use public toilets safely and to understand the social etiquette. Learn More
    2015, Hardback, 7.32in x 6.42in / 186mm x 163mm, 36pp, AU$18.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-524-6
    2015, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, AU$18.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-938-8
  8. Tomas Loves...

    Tomas Loves...

    A rhyming book about fun, friendship - and autism

    Jude Welton, illustrated by Jane Telford

    This charmingly illustrated, rhyming book is a perfect introduction to autism for young readers aged 2 and over including siblings, friends and children on the autism spectrum themselves. It captures the world of Tomas – a little boy who loves trains, rhyming words and his dog Flynn and hates sudden noise and surprises. Learn More
    2015, Hardback, 11.30in x 8.54in / 287mm x 217mm, 32pp, AU$24.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-544-4
    2015, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, AU$24.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-969-2
  9. Alex and the Scary Things

    Alex and the Scary Things

    A Story to Help Children Who Have Experienced Something Scary

    Melissa Moses, illustrated by Alison MacEachern

    This is the story of Alex who has experienced 'scary things', and the different things he does to cope with all the ways these scary things make him feel. This gentle storybook will help children who have experienced trauma deal with their emotions and learn coping strategies. Learn More
    2015, Hardback, 8.78in x 8.50in / 223mm x 216mm, 40pp, AU$23.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-793-6
    2015, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, AU$23.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-066-5
  10. Pretend Friends

    Pretend Friends

    A story about schizophrenia and other illnesses that can cause hallucinations

    Alice Hoyle, illustrated by Lauren Reis

    Schizophrenia is explained to children (4+) through a simple story comparing a child's fun imaginary friends to the voices that can be brought on by schizophrenia or psychosis. Little Bea talks about all the fun things she does with her pretend friend and Big Jay explains how his friends are very different and what people can do to support him. Learn More
    2015, Hardback, 8.54in x 8.46in / 217mm x 215mm, 36pp, AU$21.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-624-3
    2015, Ebook, PDF, AU$21.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-113-6

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