New books in the library

17 June 2019

Check out the new books we have in our library.

If you are not already a member you can borrow books from us to help you support your child. It is all free of charge. To join, fill in the application form on the library page.

Autism

Why Does Chris Do That? By Tony Attwood 2003 edition (L6768)

Cover of ten things every child with Autism wishes you knew

 

Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew 2012 edition (L6813)

 

Aspergers’

Cover of the girl with the curly hair puberty

 

The Girl with the Curly Hair Asperger’s Syndrome and Puberty by Alis Rowe (L6791)

Cover of the girl with curly hair siblings

The Girl with the Curly Hair Asperger’s Syndrome: Helping Siblings by Alis Rowe (L6792)

Communication

Cover of eye can write

Eye Can Write: a memoir of a child’s silent soul emerging by Jonathan Bryan (L6772)

Cover of integrated intensive interaction

Integrating Intensive Interaction: developing communication practice in services for children and adults with severe learning difficulties, PMLD and autism by Amandine Mouriere (L6794)

Education for Special Needs

Cover of very special maths

Very Special Maths: developing thinking and maths skills for pupils with severe or complex learning difficulties by Les Stoves (L6795)

Cover of Dont send him in tomorrow

Don’t Send Him in Tomorrow: shining a light on the marginalised disenfranchised and forgotten children of today’s schools by Jarlath O’Brien (L6800)

Mental Health

Cover of CBT Toolbox

CBT Toolbox for Children & Adolescents by Lisa Weed Phifer (L6802)

Cover of Child and Adolescent MH for Frontline profs

Child and Adolescent Mental Health for Front-line Professionals by Nisha Dogra 2018 edition (6801)

Children’s Books

Cover of Dude Im an Aspie

Dude, I’m an Aspie Kid’s Edition by Matt Friedman – the kids edition explaining Aspergers in cartoons from the blogger Matt Friedman

Cover of Siblings AS through our eyes

Siblings: the autism spectrum through our eyes by Jane Johnson – children and adults talk about what its like to grow up with a brother or sister with autism

Songames sensory processing

Songames for Sensory Processing by Aubrey Lande – games to play along with music, CDs included

For a full list of our library books please take a look at our library catalogues.

Jan Pugh
Librarian
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