by Valerie Hardin. Dreaming of things that might be is
a favorite occupation for many. Take a walk with a child who has
ADD. Things are not always as simple as they seem.
I Was Not Me,
by David Grass. Picture book and 2 story poems for
young readers. Positive, self-affirming messages and humor.
Colorfully illustrated. Children can practice reading while also
gaining basic computer skills.
Lonely Snowman, by Dicksie Dudeney. Nicole has
always wanted a baby brother or sister. When the snowman she and
grandma build is lonely, she knows just what to do. A story of a
little girl's understanding of loneliness. Includes coloring
book. Ages 4 and up.
Divorce Activity Book for Children, by Karon Goodman.
Sam's parents are
getting a D-I-V-O-R-C-E. This unique activity book, full of
puzzles, crosswords and games, will help a confused Sam to
understand what is going on.
Amazing Stink and Starbabies: The Story of Adoption (set),
by Valerie Hardin. In the first book, Betty comes up
with a stinky plan to learn why Elaine is so sad and won't sit
with the other skunks at lunch time, and why none of the skunks
play with her. The second book is not just for adopted
children, but for all children. For self readers ages 7 to 9;
for please read with me ages 3 and up.
Am Gifted Too,
by Valerie Hardin (illustrated by Mary Lacro-Mauritz). Kara
the bunny rabbit hates school. It is not because she doesn't
have friends, but rather that her "learning
disability" makes her feel stupid. Her special teacher
tells her she is gifted too, but she doesn't believe him. How
could a dyslexic rabbit ever be worth anything? One special
friend will show Kara that despite her dyslexia, she has gifts
that make her just as special as everyone else.
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