Subject Index ADD & ADHD | p. 9, 12 Adolescent & Adult Issues | p. 1-3, 5, 8, 9 Autism | p. 3-5, 12 Books with CD-ROM | p. 1, 7, 8, 9 Cerebral Palsy | p. 10 Childhood Apraxia of Speech | p. 10 Children’s Books | p. 10-12 Communication | p. 4, 7, 10 Down Syndrome | p. 1-3, 5-8, 11 DVDs | p. 7 Executive Functioning | p. 9, 12 Feeding | p. 3
Health | p. 3, 5, 8, 10 Intellectual Disability | p. 1-3 Math Skills | p. 8 Mitochondrial Disease | p. 10 Motor Skills | p. 7, 10 Neurological Disorders | p. 9-10 Parents’ Point-of-View | p. 5, 6 Puberty & Sexuality | p. 3, 8 Reading & Literacy | p. 2, 8 Siblings | p. 9-10, 11, 12 Teacher Resources & Special Education | p. 1, 2, 4, 8-12
More Online at www.woodbinehouse.com! Our catalog features just a portion of our collection. Visit our website where you’ll find over 90 titles with complete details—expanded descriptions, excerpts/clips, reviews! Here’s a sampling:
Front Cover Art: Majestic Sunset by Tina Condic Back Cover Art: Party Taxi by Emily Dodson
A Room of Golden Shells:
Body Talk: Teaching Students with
Compiled by Woodbine House
Children and teens with autism and other developmental disabilities can be taught the language of nonverbal communication with the practical strategies developed by 978-1-60613-175-6 veteran special $29.95 education teacher Pat Crissey. More than 100 activities break down elements of body language into teachable components. Through role playing, games, art activities, watching video clips, and using worksheets, quizzes, and charts, she shows busy educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents how to teach body language:
100 Works by Artists and Writers with Down Syndrome
Disabilities about Body Language Pat Crissey
Cover Art: Study of Vincent van Gogh “View of Auvers”, 1980 by Christina Remson
978-1-60613-170-1 $29.95 On entering a room of golden shells, you might first notice how alike the shells are— their sameness of color, for instance—but soon you see the myriad variations in shape, texture, and size. Similarly, the artists represented in this volume share a common attribute—Down syndrome—yet their works of visual art and creative writing are as distinct as the individuals who made them.
Facial expressions Posture n Body orientation n Eye gaze n Personal space n Touching n Gestures n n
Created by artists ages 14 to early 50s from the United States and Canada, the 100 works were solicited via a contest and judged by Woodbine House staff. This dynamic collection of painting, ceramics, poetry, and prose marks one of the rare occasions that the creative talents of teenagers and adults with Down syndrome have been showcased outside their own community. Inspired by nature, popular culture, travel, master artists, faith, and dreams, these pieces dazzle us with mastery of craft, captivate us with a novel metaphor (such as the “golden shells” in 14-year-old Fiona Morris’s poem), and tell us how it feels to live with a disability.
Choose from a range of scenarios to demonstrate to students such subtleties as knowing when a conversation is ending, what excitement looks like, or how to acknowledge someone with raised eyebrows. About the Author: Pat Crissey has more than 20 years experience as a special education teacher and autism consultant. The author of numerous teaching materials and curricula for children with special needs, she lives in McMinnville, Oregon. Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 300 pages / CD-ROM / Nonverbal Communication / Autism
Paperback / 10" x 8" / 184 pages / Down Syndrome-Art 1
Moving Out: A Family Guide to
Residential Planning for Adults with Disabilities Barbara D. Jackins & Dafna Krouk-Gordon Finding the right residential situation for an adult child with an intellectual disability doesn’t have to be overwhelming. The authors share decades of experience counseling families 978-1-60613-021-6 on housing $24.95 options to help parents prepare themselves and their children for a new living arrangement. Discover the universal considerations most families should face before putting plans in place:
Try Reading Again: How to Motivate
and Teach Older Beginners, Age 10 and Up DeAnna Horstmeier, Ph.D. Motivate older students (age 10 and up) who struggle to read using the author's proven method. A combination of language experience stories, phonics, and age-appropriate structured stories leads to success! A useful guide for middle and high school teachers, as well as parents and reading tutors. See page 8 for math book by same author.
Planning early Residential models n DIY or hire an agency? n Costs & funding n Hiring staff n Group living n Legal ownership n
The practicality of [the author’s] teaching approach, her hands-on instruction, and her expert advice are refreshing and appealing.
2012 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 300 pages / CD-ROM included
Lucky Dogs, Lost Hats, and Dating Don’ts: Hi-Lo Stories about Real Life
Use this authoritative guide (full of checklists and forms) to make educated decisions and secure the housing that’s best for your child and family.
Thomas Fish, Ph.D. & Jillian Ober, M.A., CRC
Fourteen photo-illustrated hi-lo (high interestlow reading level) short stories written at a second or third grade reading level for people with developmental disabilities. Whether in middle school or out of school, readers can identify with these true-to-life stories about everything from roommate troubles to wanting a pet, from getting a girlfriend to going camping with friends.
About the Authors: Barbara D. Jackins is a lawyer in Framingham, Massachusetts, concentrating on special needs planning, public benefits, guardianship, and trust administration. Dafna Krouk-Gordon is the founder and President of Toward Independent Living and Learning (TILL), a not-for-profit human service agency based in Dedham, Massachusetts.
“A wonderful tool for teaching and promoting independence.”
Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 225 pages / Special NeedsResidential Planning
—Dana L. Halle, Executive Director, Down Syndrome Foundation of Orange County, California
2012 / Paperback/ 6" x 9"/ 200 pages / Photos 2
The Girls’ Guide to Growing Up:
Choices & Changes in the Tween Years Terri Couwenhoven, M.S.
Written by a sex educator for girls aged 8-14 with intellectual disabilities, this easy-to-follow guide answers their questions about puberty. A blend of realistic graphics & photos, a FAQ, quizzes, and succinct text show tweens and young teens how to be hygenic, healthy, and safe. “Finally! An engaging book for OUR girls that explains puberty, periods, and crushes.” —Amy Baskin, Today’s Parent, Special-Needs Parenting Blog 2011 / Paperback / 6" x 9" / 62 pages / B&W illustrations / Ages 8-14
The Boys’ Guide to Growing Up: Choices & Changes during Puberty Terri Couwenhoven, M.S
The author of The Girls’ Guide to Growing Up provides boys ages 9 to 16 with their own guide. It includes the same key components: easyto-understand facts about puberty, realistic illustrations, and a straight forward tone. Boys with intellectual disabilities can read this for themselves to know how to manage everything from sexual feelings and the visible body changes of adolescence, to wet dreams and flirting. “My only complaint is that it wasn’t available sooner!” -—Dennis McGuire, Ph.D., Director of Psychosocial Services for the Adult Down Syndrome Center, Park Ridge, IL
2012 / Paperback / 6" x 9" / 64 pages / B&W illustrations / Ages 9-16
Forthcoming MAY 2013 (Reannounced)
Feeding Your Child with Autism: A Family-Centered Guide to Meeting the Challenges Mark J. Palmieri, Psy.D., BCBA-D & Kristen M. Powers, M.S., OTR/L
This accessible book covers feeding disorders and the evidence-based assessment and treatment approach that gets results. Learn how professionals work with families to analyze the root cause of problem behaviors and explore step-by-step interventions that expand tolerance of feeding situations and sensations. Full of insightful case studies and proven problem-solving strategies to help make mealtimes more enjoyable for everyone! 2013 / Paperback / 5½" x 8½" / 150 pages Second Edition
Activity Schedules for Children with Autism: Teaching Independent Behavior Lynn E. McClannahan, Ph.D. & Patricia J. Krantz, Ph.D.
The second edition of this popular guide to increasing independence presents activity schedules—a set of sequenced pictures—to help children and adults be more purposeful and self-directed in their daily lives. Covers use of iPads and smartphones. 978-1-60613-003-2 $19.95
“*Essential for any family with an autistic child.” —Library Journal (*starred review)
2010 / Paperback / 5½" x 8½" / 148 pages 3
Visual Supports for People with Autism: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Marlene J. Cohen, Ed.D., BCBA & Donna L. Sloan, M.A., BCBA
This excellent book provides guidance and examples for making and using visual supports—any pictorial, graphic, or scheduling aid—to teach academic, daily living, and self-help skills to children and adults with autism.
“[T]he visual supports noted in the book are low-tech and most can be made with materials found in the home or classroom. Clear, concise writing and abundant illustrations….” —ADVANCE for Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists
2007 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 184 pages / Color Photo Insert / 140 photos & graphics
Managing Anxiety in People with Autism: A Treatment Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Mental Health Professionals Anne M. Chalfant, Psy.D.
The author provides understandable explanations of the different types of anxiety, how they affect people across the autism spectrum, and what interventions can help. Psychotherapy, medication, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) are also discussed. 978-1-60613-004-9 $19.95
“A must-have for parents, teachers, and clinicians dealing with autistic children struggling with anxiety.” —Library Journal 2011 / Paperback / 5½" x 8½" / 284 pages
Functional Behavior Assessment for People with Autism: Making Sense of Seemingly Senseless Behavior Beth A. Glasberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Follow step-by-step instructions for conducting a functional behavior assessment to determine the factors contributing to problem behaviors—noncompliance, aggression, and repetitive actions—that challenge people with autism spectrum disorders and those who care for them. Companion book available online: Stop That Seemingly Senseless Behavior! 978-1-890627-58-4 $19.95
“Not only can teachers benefit from reading this book, parents, group home staff, students, and professionals who do not have training in FBA would find it a useful resource.” —PsycCRITIQUES 2006 / Paperback / 5½" x 8½" / 176 pages / Appendices Second Edition
A Picture’s Worth: PECS and Other Visual Communication Strategies in Autism Andy Bondy, Ph.D. & Lori Frost, M.S., CCC-SLP Help children and adults with delayed or no speech express their needs. Provides an overview of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and other augmentative and alternative communication strategies, and includes a complete set of introductory PECS lessons. 978-1-60613-015-5 $19.95
“The writing is clear and concise and even humorous and touching at times. Highly recommended….” —Library Journal Xpress Reviews 2011 / Paperback / 5½" x 8½" / 146 pages 4
When Down Syndrome and Autism Intersect:
A Guide to DS-ASD for Parents and Professionals Margaret Froehlke, R.N. & Robin Sattel Zaborek
A one-stop resource on Down Syndrome-Autism Spectrum Disorder (DS-ASD). Covers diagnosis, emotional adjustment & support, genetics, medical concerns & doctor/dentist visits, daily life, education, life planning, and more. Useful to families whose child is already diagnosed, as well as those who may only suspect DS-ASD.
“Offer[s] readers essential information and practical guidance along with thoughtful advice.” —George T. Capone, M.D., Director, Down Syndrome Clinic & Research Center, Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
2013 / Paperback / 7" x 10" / 256 pages / Down Syndrome-ASD
Down Syndrome Parenting 101: Must-Have Advice for Making Your Life Easier Natalie Hale / Foreword by Martha Beck
An inspiring book for anyone who shares life with a person with Down syndrome! The author, an experienced parent and educator, helps parents make smart, considered life decisions about education, behavior, acceptance, and more, on their journey with their child with Down syndrome. “*An essential book with indispensable advice…. Highly recommended.” 978-1-60613-020-9 $19.95
2011 / Paperback / 6" x 9" / 242 pages
—Library Journal Xpress Reviews (*starred review)
The Guide to Good Health for Teens & Adults with Down Syndrome Brian Chicoine, M.D. & Dennis McGuire, Ph.D.
This comprehensive resource, written by leading medical experts in Down syndrome care, covers specific medical conditions and their treatments, the connection between physical and mental health, health promotion throughout the lifespan, and advance directives and end of life issues.
“*An extremely informational volume that should have a place in all consumer health libraries.” —Library Journal (*starred review) 2010 / Paperback / 7" x 10" / 392 pages
Mental Wellness in Adults with Down Syndrome:
A Guide to Emotional and Behavioral Strengths and Challenges Dennis McGuire, Ph.D. & Brian Chicoine, M.D. An upbeat, thoroughly readable guide to understanding how to promote mental wellness and resolve psychosocial problems in teens and adults. Experts present common behavioral characteristics of Down syndrome (e.g., self-talk, desire for routines, communication problems) and distinguish them from mental health problems (e.g., depression, anxiety, OCD). 978-1-890627-65-2 $24.95
“[T]his easy-to-read and well organized book provides wonderful insight.” —Federation for Children with Special Needs’ Newsline
2006 / Paperback / 7" x 10" / 432 pages 5
Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents’ Guide Edited by Susan J. Skallerup / Foreword by Mitchell Levitz This invaluable blend of practical and supportive advice from professionals and veteran parents will help new parents secure a bright and healthy future for their child. It covers daily care, emotional adjustment, medical concerns & treatments, development & learning, legal rights, and financial issues. “*Highly recommended….” —Library Journal (*starred review)
2008 / Paperback / 5½" x 8½" / 358 pages Tercera edición
Bebés con síndrome de Down: Nueva guía para padres Compilado por Susan J. Skallerup / Foreword by Mitchell Levitz The third edition of Babies with Down Syndrome in Spanish. “[A]n extremely useful resource that parents will want to keep on hand at home. Libraries serving Spanish speakers will want copies in both English and Spanish for staff and patrons.” —CAPHIS Consumer Connections
2009 / Paperback / 5½" x 8½" / 366 pages 978-1-890627-99-7 $21.95
Gifts: Mothers Reflect on How Children with Down Syndrome Enrich Their Lives Edited by Kathryn Lynard Soper / Foreword by Martha Sears, R.N. This poignant collection of personal stories by 63 mothers who describe the gifts of Down syndrome delivers a common message…that a life with Down syndrome is one worth living. “[A] chorus of mothers proclaiming what every obstetrician and gynecologist should know—that life is a gift and an extra chromosome is not the end of the world.” —Beverly Beckham, columnist, The Boston Globe
2007 / Paperback / 6" x 9" / 278 pages / 63 photos 978-1-890627-85-0 $18.95
Gifts 2: How People with Down Syndrome Enrich the World Edited by Kathryn Lynard Soper / Foreword by Madeleine Will The follow-up to the bestselling Gifts presents a broader perspective on Down syndrome and life by including passionate stories by siblings, grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles, as well as mothers of older children. Friends, teachers, medical professionals, and coaches also share the joys of knowing and caring for someone with Down syndrome.
“A refreshing look at the real and ordinary lives of individuals with Trisomy 21 of all ages; both as touching and as enlightening as the earlier book.” —Pamela Wilson, Special Needs Children Editor, BellaOnline, The Voice of Women
2009 / Paperback / 6" x 9" / 338 pages / photos 6
Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Libby Kumin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Learn how to support and encourage speech and language development in children from birth to age 6. Addresses problem areas and treatments, dual diagnosis, technology & AAC, and includes a CDROM of forms for assessment, treatment, and tracking progress. Companion book available online: Helping Children with Down Syndrome Communicate Better: Speech and Language Skills for Ages 6-14. “Parents of babies and young children, you are lucky to have this resource!” —Sue Joe, Affiliate Relations Director, National Down Syndrome Congress
2012 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 392 pages / CD-ROM included
Gross Motor Skills in Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Patricia C. Winders, P.T.
Essential information about gross motor development, including the impact of temperament and physical and medical conditions associated with Down syndrome. More than 100 easy-to-follow activities with photos make it easy to practice motor skills—rolling over, sitting up, running—with infants and children through age 6. “The single most important and user-friendly resource on gross motor skills in children.” —George T. Capone, M.D., Director, Down Syndrome Clinic, Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
1997 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 236 pages / Appendix Second Edition
Fine Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Maryanne Bruni, BScOT(Reg)
Having Down syndrome can affect all aspects of a child’s fine motor development. This comprehensive guide includes dozens of activities to build skills for home or school: eating, dressing, grooming, cutting with scissors, grasping a pencil, and printing. “[T]he ultimate fine-motor sourcebook for parents, caregivers, and therapists.” —National Down Syndrome Society’s Update 2006 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 236 pages / 225 photos
Down Syndrome DVD: The First 18 Months Produced by Will Schermerhorn / Blueberry Shoes Productions Medical and developmental experts, experienced parents, and infants and toddlers with Down syndrome are featured in this heartwarming DVD that will inform, support, and inspire new parents. Soundtracks in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Arabic! 978-0-9748071-0-2 $39.95
“Highly recommended.” —Video Librarian UPC 881149000010 / 2004 / DVD / 108 minutes / Public Performance Rights Included 7
Teaching Reading to Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Teachers Patricia Logan Oelwein
Teach your child with Down syndrome to read using the author's nationally recognized, proven sight-word method. It introduces the alphabet and covers writing and spelling, and provides many activities and games for practice and learning skills. “The perfect method to keep the attention of all learners. Not only fun, but motivating and rewarding.” 978-0-933149-55-7 $24.95
—Mary Jane Garcia, National Down Syndrome Congress
1995 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 372 pages / Appendices / CD-ROM included
Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners Book 1: Basic Survival Skills DeAnna Horstmeier, Ph.D.
Teach learners with Down syndrome and other special needs the math skills that will lead to independent living. This effective, hands-on program helps all ages master basic skills such as calculator use, measurements, time, counting, addition & subtraction, and more. Companion book available online: Teaching Math: Book 2, Advanced Survival Skills. 978-1-890627-42-3 $24.95
“[A] wonderful resource…to take children forward on the math curriculum…full of creative, new approaches.” —Professor Sue Buckley, The Down Syndrome Educational Trust
2004 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 400 pages / Worksheets & Activities
The Down Syndrome Transition Handbook: Charting Your Child’s Course to Adulthood Jo Ann Simons, M.S.W.
Practical, step-by-step instructions to help families prepare their child for an independent future. Covers finding meaningful activities after high school (work, volunteering, hobbies, training & education, exercise), transportation, eligibility for benefits, post secondary school and residential options, legal and financial issues. “One of the best books of its kind.” 2010/ Paperback/ 8½" x 11"/ 292 pages/ Photos
—Disability Resources Online
Teaching Children with Down Syndrome about Their Bodies, Boundaries, and Sexuality: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Terri Couwenhoven, M.S.
A sex educator who’s also a parent blends factual information and practical ideas for teaching children and teens with Down syndrome about their bodies, puberty, and sexuality.
“[A] wonderful resource for parents … who wish to explore such issues as abuse prevention, understanding privacy norms, showing appropriate affection, and explaining sexual relationships.” —Exceptional Family 2007 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 332 pages / Photos & Illustrations 8
Late, Lost, and Unprepared: A Parents’ Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning Joyce Cooper-Kahn, Ph.D. & Laurie Dietzel, Ph.D.
Executive functions help us plan and organize, self-monitor, control impulses, use our working memory, and initiate tasks. This parentfriendly guide offers practical solutions to help toddlers through teens who struggle with executive function weaknesses manage daily demands and build independent skills for the long-term.
“A well-organized, well-written book that’s sure to become a well-used addition to your home or professional library.” —Autism Asperger’s Digest 2008 / Paperback / 5½" x 8½" / 220 pages
Challenging Kids, Challenged Teachers: Teaching Students with Tourette’s, Bipolar Disorder, Executive Dysfunction, OCD, ADHD, and More Leslie E. Packer, Ph.D. & Sheryl K. Pruitt, M.Ed., ET/P Teachers' one-stop resource for successfully educating K-12 students with neurological conditions. Offers dozens of proven, practical teaching strategies that can improve academics, social skills, and emotional stability. “[A]n amazing book that every teacher, principal, school nurse, and counselor should own.” —John Piacentini, Ph.D., Director, UCLA Child, OCD, Anxiety and
Tic Disorders Program, UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
2010 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 330 pages / CD-ROM included Second Edition
Teaching Teens with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits: A Quick Reference Guide for Teachers and Parents Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, M.S.
This is the updated edition of the classic guide to educating teens with ADD & ADHD. It includes 80+ summaries on research, teaching strategies, education law, executive functioning, social skills, and meds for time-crunched teachers. 978-1-60613-016-2 $24.95
“This book should be in the backpack of every parent and teacher who is involved with children, teens, or young adults with ADHD.” —ADDitude Magazine
2011 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 378 pages Second Edition
Teenagers with ADD and ADHD: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, M.S.
This bestselling guide looks at key issues and concerns for teens and their families, such as school & academics, treatments, coexisting conditions, executive functioning, behavior problems, medicines, legal rights, and how to involve teenagers in their own treatment plans. 978-1-890627-31-7 $24.95
“[A] valuable resource to which parents will refer even as their teens enter adulthood; highly recommended….” —Library Journal 2006 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 418 pages / Photos 9
Speaking of Apraxia: A Parents’ Guide to Childhood Apraxia of Speech Leslie A. Lindsay, R.N., B.S.N. Hope and practical advice for children with this neurologically-based motor speech disorder that can occur on its own or in conjunction with developmental disabilities such as autism or Down syndrome. Covers diagnosis, treatment, school, family life, insurance, and more. “[A]n excellent resource for parents, educators, and speech-language pathologists. It belongs on every therapy agency’s lending book shelf.” 978-1-60613-061-2 $24.95
—Judy Michels Jelm, M.S., CCC-SLP, Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association, Instructor Emeritus
2012 / Paperback / 7" x 10" / 450 pages
Living Well with Mitochondrial Disease: A Handbook
for Patients, Parents, and Families Cristy Balcells, R.N., M.S.N.
The first book to explain “Mito” to patients and their families in understandable terms. Mito is a metabolic disorder associated with autism, muscle weakness, and unexplained illnesses in children and adults. Balcells, a nurse and parent, offers practical advice on diagnosis, managing daily symptoms, and finding support. 978-1-60613-014-8 $24.95
“This is a long overdue body of work that needs to become a living document to guide care, and serve as a benchmark for best practices.” —Guy Miller, M.D., CEO & Founder of Edison Pharma
2012 / Paperback / 7" x 10" / 300 pages
Teaching Motor Skills to Children with Cerebral Palsy and Similar Movement Disorders: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Sieglinde Martin, M.S., P.T.
An encouraging and thorough guide for improving motor development. Dozens of illustrated exercises provide opportunities to practice motor skills outside physical therapy sessions and address difficulties with muscle tone, flexibility, reflexes, and sensory perception. 978-1-890627-72-0 $19.95
“I highly recommend this book for any new parent of a child with developmental disabilities.” —Physical Therapy
2006 / Paperback / 8½" x 11" / 238 pages / 250 photos
I Can, Can You?
Written and Photographed by Marjorie W. Pitzer, M.Ed.
A fun and popular board book featuring adorable babies and toddlers with Down syndrome discovering their world and reaching early childhood milestones: playing with blocks, eating by themselves, swimming, drawing, and more! “For new parents, this book is truly inspirational.” —National Down Syndrome Society’s Update
2004 / Board Book / 7" x 5" / 16 pages / Ages 0-4 10
My Friend Isabelle
Written by Eliza Woloson / Illustrated by Bryan Gough A charming story about what makes a friendship, featuring two friends—Charlie, a typically developing child, and Isabelle, a child with Down syndrome. 978-1-890627-50-8 $14.95
“A magical book that presents acceptance and inclusion of people with disabilities with beautiful simplicity.” —Elizabeth Goodwin, Chair and Co-Founder, National Down Syndrome Society
“We can all learn from this endearing tale of friendship.” —Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Founder, Special Olympics
2003 / Hardcover / 8½" x 5½" / 28 pages / Ages 2-6
We’ll Paint the Octopus Red
Written by Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen / Illustrated by Pam DeVito
Six-year-old Emma has big dreams for her baby brother. But when she learns that he has Down syndrome, she worries that he won’t be able to do many of the fun things she’s imagined. This is a reassuring story for young children, as well as parents, adjusting to Down syndrome. Companion book available online: The Best Worst Brother. “[A] thoughtful, focused book that will be of enormous help to families….” —ALA Booklist
1998 / Hardcover / 11" x 8½" / 28 pages / Ages 3-7
Kids Like Me…Learn ABCs
Written by Laura Ronay / Photographs by Jon Wayne Kishimoto
Twenty-six bright, color-coordinated pages showcase children with Down syndrome and an object that begins with a letter of the alphabet. Each letter appears in upper and lower case and in sign language! “A nice book for any home or classroom interested in illustrating and promoting diversity.” —ForeWord Magazine
2009 / Board Book / 6" x 6" / 28 pages / Ages 0-6
Kids Like Me…Learn Colors
Written by Laura Ronay / Photographs by Jon Wayne Kishimoto Learn 14 different colors in English and Spanish—Pink/Rosa, Yellow/Amarillo! Dressed in their featured color, diverse children with Down syndrome play with an object or toy of the same color and have fun. 978-1-60613-001-8 $11.95
“[A] fun, colorful way for any child, including a child with a developmental disability, to learn colors….” —Federation for Children with Special Needs’ Newsline
2009 / Board Book / 6" x 6" / 16 pages / Ages 0-6 11
Pay Attention, Emily Brown!
Written by Linda Burton / Illustrated by Carl Burton This amusing picture book features an imaginative yet distractible little girl and her mother, who desperately tries to get her daughter’s attention!
“[I]llustrations are expressive, humorously depicting Emily’s active imagination and Mom’s frustrations. [T]his book will resonate most with parents of children who have difficulty focusing and those who have been diagnosed with an attention deficit.” —School Library Journal
2011 / Hardcover / 11" x 8½" / 32 pages / Ages 4-8
Views from Our Shoes: Growing Up with a Brother or Sister with Special Needs Edited by Donald J. Meyer Boys and girls ages 4 to 18 share their experiences of growing up with a brother or sister with a disability. These personal tales introduce siblings to others like themselves, allowing them to compare experiences, perhaps for the first time. 978-0-933149-98-4 $15.95
“The good stuff, the not-so-good stuff, and everything in between are here. This book would make a very nice gift.” —NADS News (National Association for Down Syndrome)
1997 / Paperback / 7" x 10 "/ 106 pages / 30 line illustrations / Grades 3-7
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Quantity * Price Forthcoming (may be backordered) ___ Body Talk / $29.95 ____ Reannounced ___ Feeding Your Child with Autism / $21.95 ____ ___ Moving Out / $24.95 ____ ___ A Room of Golden Shells / $29.95 ____ Backlist ___ Activity Schedules for CWA, 2nd ed. / $19.95 ____ ___ Babies with Down Syndrome, 3rd ed. / $18.95 ____ ___ Bebés con síndrome de Down, 3rd ed. / $21.95 ____ ___ The Boys’ Guide to Growing Up / $16.95 ____ ___ Challenging Kids, Challenged Teachers / $ 29.95 ____ ___ Down Syndrome: First 18 Months /DVD/ $39.95 ____ ___ Down Syndrome Parenting 101 / $19.95 ____ ___ The Down Syndrome Transition Handbook / $24.95 ____ ___ Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome, 3rd ed. / $26.95 ____ ___ Fine Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome, 2nd ed. / $19.95 ____ ___ Functional Behavior Assessment / $19.95 ____ ___ Gifts / $18.95 ____ ___ Gifts 2 / $19.95 ____ ___ The Girls’ Guide to Growing Up / $16.95 ____ ___ Gross Motor Skills in Children with Down Syndrome / $18.95 ____ ___ The Guide to Good Health / $ 29.95 ____ ___ I Can, Can You? / $10.95 ____ ___ Kids Like Me...Learn ABCs / $12.95 ____ ___ Kids Like Me...Learn Colors / $11.95 ____ ___ Late, Lost, and Unprepared / $19.95 ____
___ Living Well with Mitochondrial Disease / $24.95 ____ ___ Lucky Dogs, Lost Hats, and Dating Don’ts / $21.95 ____ ___ Managing Anxiety in People with Autism / $19.95 ____ ___ Mental Wellness in Adults with DS / $24.95 ____ ___ My Friend Isabelle / $14.95 ____ ___ Pay Attention, Emily Brown! / $16.95 ____ ___ A Picture’s Worth, 2nd ed. / $19.95 ____ ___ Speaking of Apraxia / $24.95 ____ ___ Teaching Children with Down Syndrome about Their Bodies, Boundaries, and Sexuality / $24.95 ____ ___ Teaching Math to People with DS, Book 1 / $24.95 ____ ___ Teaching Motor Skills to Children with Cerebral Palsy and Similar Movement Disorders / $19.95 ____ ___ Teaching Reading to Children with Down Syndrome / $24.95 ____ ___ Teaching Teens with ADD, ADHD... , 2nd ed. / $24.95 ____ ___ Teenagers with ADD and ADHD, 2nd ed. / $24.95 ____ ___ Try Reading Again / $24.95 ____ ___ Views from Our Shoes / $15.95 ____ ___ Visual Supports for People with Autism / $21.95 ____ ___ We’ll Paint the Octopus Red / $15.95 ____ ___ When Down Syndrome and Autism Intersect / $29.95 ____ Subtotal ________
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