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  1.  Know Your Spectrum!

    Know Your Spectrum!

    An Autism Creative Writing Workbook for Teens

    Finn Monahan

    This workbook uses creative writing activities and examples to help teenagers with autism find a healthy way to express their emotions. Encouraging them to draw their own personal conclusions about what autism means for them, it looks at the range of difficulties and strengths they have as an individual. Learn More
    Jan 2019, Paperback / softback, 9.69in x 6.81in / 246mm x 173mm, 224pp, $18.95
    ISBN: 9781785924354
  2. Neon the Ninja Activity Book for Children Who Struggle With Sleep and Nightmares

    Neon the Ninja Activity Book for Children Who Struggle With Sleep and Nightmares

    A Therapeutic Story With Creative Activities for Children Aged 5-10

    Dr. Karen Treisman

    Introducing Neon Ninja, this workbook gives children the tools they need to tackle their sleeping difficulties. With a fun story showing what Neon Ninja can do, loads of activities to help soothe a child's worries, and advice for parents or professional, this workbook will help a child to outthink and outfight their nightmares. Learn More
    Dec 2018, Paperback / softback, 11.69in x 8.27in / 297mm x 210mm, 144pp, $19.95
    ISBN: 9781785925504
  3. Emily Is Being Bullied, What Can She Do?

    Emily Is Being Bullied, What Can She Do?

    A Story and Anti-Bullying Guide for Children and Adults to Read Together

    Helen Cowie, Harriet Tenenbaum and Ffion Jones, illustrated by Ffion Jones

    This guide for children ages 7-11 helps children, parents, teachers and other professionals discuss bullying together. It is based on the latest research and practice in anti-bullying interventions and portrays different perspectives - the child being bullied, the child doing the bullying and the bystanders. Learn More
    Nov 2018, 64pp
  4. Me and My PDA

    Me and My PDA

    A Guide to Pathological Demand Avoidance for Young People

    Glòria Durà-Vilà and Tamar Levi

    A PDA diagnosis can be confusing for parents and children alike. This beautiful picture book helps children understand their diagnosis, develop self-awareness and implement personalised problem-solving strategies. A clear and gentle guide to complicated issues, complete with interactive exercises and engaging full-colour illustrations. Learn More
    Nov 2018, 144pp
  5. An Introduction to Autism for Adoptive and Foster Families

    An Introduction to Autism for Adoptive and Foster Families

    How to Understand and Help Your Child

    Katie Hunt and Helen Rodwell

    Practical advice and recommendations on how to parent a child with autism for adoptive parents and foster carers. This book is split into two sections - the first details what autism is, and the second looks at the particular issues it can cause for an adopted or fostered child. The perfect introductory guide for busy parents and carers. Learn More
    Oct 2018, 248pp
  6. The Simple Guide to Understanding Shame in Children

    The Simple Guide to Understanding Shame in Children

    What it Is, What Helps and How to Prevent Further Stress or Trauma

    Betsy de Thierry, illustrated by Emma Reeves

    Full of helpful information and advice, this is the perfect introduction for any adult caring for or working with a child who has experienced shame. It explains what shame is, how it affects children and what adults can do to help them overcome it. Learn More
    Oct 2018, 128pp
  7. Maths Learning Difficulties, Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

    Maths Learning Difficulties, Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

    Second Edition

    Steve Chinn

    A guide for teachers and parents helping children with maths difficulties. It provides tried and tested visual strategies and tailored techniques that draw on the latest research and the author's years of experience teaching children with maths learning difficulties. Covers early number experience, times tables, measurements, percentages and more. Learn More
    Oct 2018, 136pp
  8. Safety and Consent for Kids and Teens with Autism or Special Needs

    Safety and Consent for Kids and Teens with Autism or Special Needs

    A Parents' Guide

    Debra S. Jacobs

    This book provides invaluable information for adults who provide care for children with special needs. The book includes teaching interventions to help children to have an increased sense of self-esteem and the skills to protect themselves. Tools are also provided to empower parents to protect their children and ensure a safe learning environment. Learn More
    Oct 2018, 208pp
  9. What is Terrorism?

    What is Terrorism?

    A Book to Help Parents, Teachers and other Grown-ups Talk with Kids about Terror

    Atle Dyregrov, Magne Raundalen and William Yule

    An accessible and straightforward book explaining terrorism to children age 7+. Designed to be read by an adult to a child, it reassures and alleviates worries children might have after media exposure on this topic. Written by internationally renowned child psychologists, it also includes advice for adults to provide open, honest guidance. Learn More
    Sep 2018, 64pp
  10. Dyslexia Next Steps for Teens

    Dyslexia Next Steps for Teens

    Everything You Need to Know about College, University and the Workplace

    Ann-Marie McNicholas. Foreword by Dr Amelia Roberts, illustrated by Tracey Swift

    For young people aged 14+ with dyslexia, this book answers common questions and concerns about moving from school to college, university or the workplace. This accessible guide gives an overview of the various types of support available, eases anxiety over the transition, and empowers young people to make informed decisions about their next step. Learn More
    Sep 2018, 88pp

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