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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  1. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

    Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

    from Henry Holt and Company

    •  2+

    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.

    • Quality

    • Read-it-Again Score

    • Fun-and-Learning

  2. The Very Hungry Caterpillar String-Alongs
    •  Birth+

    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…

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  3. Point to Happy by Miriam Smith and Afton Fraser

    Point to Happy by Miriam Smith and Afton Fraser

    from Workman Publishing Company, Inc.

    •  19.95
    •  1+

    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.…

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