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Adrian and Super-A: Bake and Like Differently- Life Skills for Kids with Autism and ADHD, Book 1

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ISBN: 9789198152210
Publisher: Be My Rails Publishing
Publication Date: 2014-02-14
Number of pages: 48
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Interactive Book for Children with Autism or ADHD.

"The whole concept of educating autistic and ADHD children has been handled in a unique way. The strategies shown are simple and very easy to comprehend. It is a fun book that deals with ordinary, day to day things in a playful way." - "Readers' Favorite" Five Star Picture Book

Jessica Jensen turns a simple Sunday of baking and washing hands into adorable life lessons with a superhero that every child can identify with. The Adrian and Super-A book series has been tailored for the child with autism (ASD) or ADHD. Adjust the stories to your child's age and abilities, and these life skills learning books will ensure an engaging read for any wanna-know-why boy or girl. Page by page, your child will soon create order out of the everyday world.

A fun book about ordinary days ... about how we can feel differently about the same thing ... about asking for permission ... and about waiting. Join the interactive story and Thummie the Thumb's verses: If it's right ... give a thumbs up!

What the kids are saying:

    "I am Super-A too." "This book is SUPER-Great!" "Ten thumbs up!"

The Social Stories & Life Lessons in this Adrian and Super-A Book

The social stories are brought to life throughout this life skills learning book by two psychologically creative characters - the impulsive Little Miss Trigger and the clever Thummie the Thumb. Help your autistic child or ADHD kid (or any wanna-know-why boy our girl) through some adorable lessons of life:
What is it like to wait for someone else (sibling's perspective)?Who says we need to ask for Mom's permission?Why not start up two things at once?Why use soap ... and how much?Can we really feel differently about the same thing? How do we work together, wash hands, bake? And when do we sit still ...?

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