Top Special Needs - Books
Books are a great way to interact with your child. By sitting together and reading, you are instilling in them; they can be fun and also a great way to be able to spend time together. There are many books that can be helpful to kids with disabilities. I recently found Point to Happy, which is the first book specifically designed for kids on the autism spectrum.
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from Henry Holt and Company
Kids 2–5 can discover all the colorful animals that Brown Bear sees in this children's book classic by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle.
from Chronicle Books
Based on classic wooden stringing beads, the 10 little books on The Very Hungry Caterpillar String-Alongs introduce toddlers to shapes, colors, and numbers found in the classic children's book The…
from Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
While parts of this book may have you scratching your head, showing things like milk and pizza when most autistic kids are gluten/dairy free, this book is a great tool for therapy and home alike.…