New Books in our Library for Children

17 June 2022

Our librarian Jan has put together a list of the newest children’s books to come to our library.

New Books in our Library for Children

17 June 2022

Our librarian Jan has put together a list of the newest children’s books to come to our library.

New kids books in the library

We have some new children’s books available for you to borrow from our library:

  • C0396 – Thriving with ADHD: workbook for kids by Kelli Miller
  • C0397 – The Survival Guide for Kids with ADHD by John F Taylor
  • C0398 – Avery by Marta Altes
  • C0399 – My Brother is Different by Louise Gorrod
  • C0400 – My Friend with Autism by Beverly Bishop
  • C0401 – Liam Says Hi:  Learning to greet a friend by Jane Whelen Banks
  • C0402 – Superhero Brain: explaining autism to kids by Christel Land
  • C0403 – Ian’s Walk a story about autism by Laurie Lears
  • C0404 – I’m not Upside Down, I’m Downside Up by Harry Thompson
  • C0405 – Cerebral Palsy Gal:  a kids book by Amanda Forry-Fino
  • C0406 – My Child has Cerebral Palsy by Alex Winstanley
  • C0407 – My Friend Josh has Dyspraxia by Christine Draper
  • C0408 -Did You Know That I have Epilepsy? by Stacey Crouch
  • C0409 – What’s Happening to Ellie? A book about puberty for girls and young women with autism and related conditions by Kate E Reynolds
  • C0410 – Hydrocephalus: what I wish I’d know by Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust
  • C0411 -Feeding Tube Safety for kids by Charles N Montgomery
  • C0412 -Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
  • C0413 -Dr Seuss’s Sleep Book by Dr Seuss
  • C0414 -I Can’t Make it Stop:  my diary on living with Tourette Syndrome by Lucy Marie Phillips
  • C0415 – Ten Other Things About Me:  a book featuring Daelin and his wheelchair by Anne Ricard Merritt
  • C0416 -Sleep in Your Big Kid Bed by Amanda Hembrow
  • C0417 – Wired Differently 30 Neurodivergent people you should know by Joe Wells
  • C0418 – My Communication Cards for Special Ed Speech Delay or Non Verbal Children: 27 flashcards for use as visual aid or cue cards

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.

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