New Books for Adults in our Library

17 June 2022

Our librarian Jan has put together a list of the new books for adults we have in the library.

New Books for Adults in our Library

17 June 2022

Our librarian Jan has put together a list of the new books for adults we have in the library.

New books for adults

We have a range of new books aimed at adults that you can now borrow from our postal library.

  • L6929 – Understanding ADHD in Girls and Women by Joanne Steer
  • L6930 – ADHD: raising an explosive child by Theresa Miller
  • L6931 & L6932 – Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew by Ellen Notbohm. 2019 Edition
  • L6933 – Inclusive Education for Autistic Children by Rebecca Wood
  • L6934 – Understanding and Managing Autism in Children by Olivia Harris
  • L6935 – Thinking in Pictures by Temple Grandin
  • L6936 – Party Planning for Children and Teens on the Autism Spectrum by Kate E Reynolds
  • L6937 & L6938 – The First Breath: a memoir of motherhood and medicine by Olivia Gordon
  • L6939 – From Hurt to Hope: stories of mental health mental illness and being autistic by Mair Elliott
  • L6940 – I’m Only in it For the Parking: everything I know about life, laughter and disability by Lee Ridley
  • L6941 & L6942 – The Out of Sync Child: recognizing and coping with sensory processing differences by Carol Stock Kranowitz. 2022 Edition
  • L6943 – The Equality Act: an easy guide to disability inclusion in school for educators by Gearldine Hills
  • L6944 – Declarative Language Handbook by Linda K Murphy
  • L6945 – Sensational Kids Sensational Families: hope for sensory processing differences by Rebecca Duvall Scott
  • L6946 – Children with Seizures: a guide for parents teachers and other professionals by Martin L Kutscher
  • L6947 – Parents First: parents and children learning together by Garry Burnett
  • L6948 – Autism Abracadabra: seven magic ingredients to help develop your child’s interactive span by Kate C Wilde
  • L6949 – Championing Your Autistic Teen at Secondary School: getting the best from mainstream settings by Debby Elley

We have a range of sensory toys, books, ebooks and audiobooks available to borrow free of charge from our library. If you’re not already a member, you can join by filling out our online form.

2 thoughts on “New Books for Adults in our Library”

  1. What sensory toys do you have to borrow my son struggles at time to concentrate looking at May be autism or thyroid problem he has behaviour issues hits out kicks rude .Compulsive at times controlling .Has food issues .Going to ring up and apply for dla and pip for my trans daughter which mental health and epilepsy

    1. Hi Rachel thanks for your comment. You can find our list of toys that are available in our library here. If you would like some help on what toys would be best for your needs you can also contact our librarian Jan at [email protected].

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