1: “Being Me” by Wendy Moss, Publish by Magination published by Pr; 1 edition, Copyright: November 15 2010.
This book gives kids the tools they need to explore their strengths, feel successful, and be confident in school, with friends, and importantly, with themselves.
2:”What I Like About Me” by Alia Zobel Nolan, published by, Reader's Digest; Brdbk edition, copyright: December 29,2009. This fun-loving book proves to kids that, in a world where fitting in is the norm, being different is what makes us special.
3: “Two Homes” by Clair Masurel, published by Candlewick, copyright: July 13,2003. The gently reassuring text focuses on what is gained rather than what is lost when parents divorce.
4: “Standing on My Own Two Feet” by Tamara Schmitz, published by Price Stern Sloan, copyright: June 12,2008. Great book on A Child's Affirmation of Love in the Midst of Divorce.
5: “I Have a New Family Now” by Robin Prince Monroe, published by Concordia Publishing House, copyright: January 1998. By using this book, parents can help children understand why they need not fear changes in their family, and how they're always in God's family.
6: The Autism Acceptance Book: Being a Friend to Someone With Autism. By Ellen Sabin, published by Watering Can Press; 1 edition, copyright: January 30,2006. The Autism Acceptance Book is an interactive, educational, and character-building book that introduces children to the challenges faced by people with autism while also supporting their personal journey toward appreciating and respecting people's differences.
7: What It Is to Be Me!: An Asperger Kid Book.
By Angela Wine, published by Fairdale Publishing, copyright November 1, 2005. What It Is To Be Me! is an excellent snapshot into what Asperger's Syndrome is all about.…