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  1. Finding a Way Through When Someone Close has Died

    Finding a Way Through When Someone Close has Died

    What it Feels Like and What You Can Do to Help Yourself: A Workbook by Young People for Young People

    Pat Mood and Lesley Whittaker

    This unique workbook is both written and illustrated by children who have experienced the death of someone close to them. They offer advice, based on their own experiences, on how to cope with the upheavals of bereavement. The workbook encourages readers to consider personal coping strategies and examine their relationships with those around them. Learn More
    2001, Paperback / softback, 8.54in x 7.24in / 217mm x 184mm, 80pp, $16.95
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-920-2
    2001, Ebook, PDF, 80pp, $16.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-173-3
  2. Can I tell you about Asperger Syndrome?

    Can I tell you about Asperger Syndrome?

    A guide for friends and family

    Jude Welton, illustrated by Jane Telford

    Meet Adam, a young boy with AS. He helps children understand the difficulties faced by a child with AS, telling them what AS is, how it feels to have AS and how they can help by understanding their differences and appreciating their many talents. This illustrated book is an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions. Learn More
    2003, Paperback / softback, 9.21in x 6.18in / 234mm x 157mm, 48pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-206-9
    2003, Ebook, ePUB, 48pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-422-9
  3. Relative Grief

    Relative Grief

    Parents and children, sisters and brothers, husbands, wives and partners, grandparents and grandchildren talk about their experience of death and grieving

    Clare Jenkins and Judy Merry

    In this collection of accounts, people share their experiences of losing loved ones through death from natural causes, genetic conditions, accident, suicide and murder. Looking at death from different perspectives, it encourages people to understand their own grief and how those around to them might be affected by what can seem a very private loss. Learn More
    2005, Paperback / softback, 9.09in x 6.10in / 231mm x 155mm, 208pp, $24.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-257-1
    2005, Ebook, PDF, 208pp, $24.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-127-3
  4. Can I tell you about Selective Mutism?

    Can I tell you about Selective Mutism?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Maggie Johnson and Alison Wintgens, illustrated by Robyn Gallow

    Hannah invites readers to learn about selective mutism from her perspective, helping them to understand what it is and what it feels like to have SM. This illustrated book is packed with accessible information that will be an ideal introduction for family, friends and teachers, clearly showing them how they can support a child with the condition. Learn More
    2012, Paperback / softback, 8.94in x 6.18in / 227mm x 157mm, 56pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-289-4
    2012, Ebook, ePUB, 56pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-611-0
  5. Can I tell you about Asthma?

    Can I tell you about Asthma?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Lesley Mills, illustrated by Rosy Salaman

    Alfie invites readers to learn about asthma from his perspective and describes what it feels like to have an asthma attack, how to use an inhaler, what the common triggers are and how people around him can help. The appealing illustrations make it an ideal introduction for children and a great resource for parents, friends, teachers and nurses. Learn More
    2012, Paperback / softback, 8.94in x 6.06in / 227mm x 154mm, 56pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-350-1
    2012, Ebook, ePUB, 56pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-744-5
  6. Succeeding as a Student in the STEM Fields with an Invisible Disability

    Succeeding as a Student in the STEM Fields with an Invisible Disability

    A College Handbook for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Students with Autism, ADD, Affective Disorders, or Learning Difficulties and their Families

    Christy Oslund

    The STEM fields attract many students with autism and related disabilities who are highly intelligent, but who, upon entering higher education, may find that they struggle with independent living and a different way of learning. Full of practical advice, this is a useful handbook that students and parents can refer to throughout the college years. Learn More
    2013, Paperback / softback, 8.98in x 5.98in / 228mm x 152mm, 160pp, $24.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-947-3
    2013, Ebook, ePUB, 160pp, $24.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-817-6
  7. Can I tell you about Stammering?

    Can I tell you about Stammering?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Sue Cottrell, illustrated by Sophie Khan

    Harry invites readers to learn about what it is like to stammer from his perspective and how it affects his daily life and makes him feel. He explains techniques he has learnt that can help reduce his stammering and describes how friends, family and those around him can help him feel at ease and reduce his stammer further. Learn More
    2013, Paperback / softback, 8.98in x 5.98in / 228mm x 152mm, 48pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-415-7
  8. Can I tell you about Adoption?

    Can I tell you about Adoption?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Anne Braff Brodzinsky

    Meet Chelsea - a young girl who is adopted. Chelsea invites readers to learn about adoption from her perspective and introduces us to two friends of hers who have been transracially adopted. Chelsea and her friends help children understand what it means to be adopted, the experiences that follow the adoption process, and how they can help. Learn More
    2013, Paperback / softback, 8.90in x 6.38in / 226mm x 162mm, 56pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-942-8
    2013, Ebook, ePUB, 56pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-759-9
  9. Can I tell you about Stuttering?

    Can I tell you about Stuttering?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Sue Cottrell, illustrated by Sophie Khan

    Harry invites readers to learn about what it is like to stutter from his perspective and how it affects his daily life and makes him feel. He explains techniques he has learnt that can help reduce his stuttering and describes how friends, family and those around him can help him feel at ease and reduce his stutter further. Learn More
    2013, Paperback / softback, 8.98in x 5.98in / 228mm x 152mm, 48pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-435-5
    2013, Ebook, ePUB, 48pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-827-5
  10. Can I tell you about Tourette Syndrome?

    Can I tell you about Tourette Syndrome?

    A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Mal Leicester, illustrated by Apsley

    Max invites readers to learn about Tourette's syndrome from his perspective, helping them to understand what tics and triggers are and what it feels like to have TS. He explains how people around him can help him to feel happy and accepted. This illustrated book will be an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions. Learn More
    2013, Paperback / softback, 8.98in x 6.14in / 228mm x 156mm, 56pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-407-2
    2013, Ebook, ePUB, 56pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-806-0

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