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I Can, Can You?

by Marjorie W. Pitzer

A wonderful board book featuring adorable babies and toddlers with Down syndrome eating spaghetti, sharing, playing ball & more!


GROW: I Am a Survivor: A Child's Workbook About Surviving Disasters

by Wendy Deaton

I Am a Survivor is a creative, child-friendly program designed for use with elementary school children, filled with illustrations and original exercises to foster healing, self-understanding, and optimal growth....


A Magic Ride in Foozbah-Land

by Jean Betschart-Roemer

Join two curious children and their diabetes educator on a colorful and amazing journey through the human body-learning first-hand what causes diabetes and how to manage it. With brilliant four-color illustrations...


The Boy's Guide to Growing Up: Choices & Changes during Puberty

by Terri Couwenhoven

Don't miss this guide on puberty, specifically designed for boys with intellectual disabilities! It's written by a sexuality educator with expertise in the developmental disabilities field.


The Girls' Guide to Growing Up: Choices & Changes in the Tween Years

by Terri Couwenhoven

Written for girls ages 8-14 with intellectual disabilities, this easy-to-follow guide covers what they need to know about puberty to be hygenic, healthy, and safe.


Asking About Sex & Growing Up

by Joanna Cole & Bill Thomas

What do you want to know about sex?

Information about sex is everywhere. But what you learn from TV, movies, the internet, and friends is not always a healthy or accurate view of sexuality.

Now revised and updated...


Physical Disabilities: The Ultimate Teen Guide

by Denise Thornton

The issues rising from family, school, and relationships are the same for most teens, but teens who have visual, hearing, or physical impairments have additional obstacles to cope with and overcome as they enter...


How Loud Can You Burp?

by Glenn Murphy

How loud can your average middle-grader burp? Parents, librarians, and innocent bystanders are about to find out. This follow-up to the equally alluring WHY IS SNOT GREEN? tackles more of life's burning questions,...


7 Questions: Explaining Coronavirus to Children

by Yannick Tanguy

Welcome to this new issue of the "Family Corner" which aims to explain, in a simple way, the Coronavirus to children. This disease, which arrived recently in France, now requires the closure of schools, high...


The Mind Cure

by Christian D. Larson

If our mind works soundly, we are in good shape. However, working soundly does not refer to a physical think. It refers to our thoughts, our attitudes, and the kind of things we feed our mind.

In "The Mind Cure",...


Tuesday Me Arropa (Tuesday Tucks Me In)

by Luis Carlos Montalvan, Bret Witter & Dan Dion

Del autor de su libro de memorias, Hasta Martes. Un guerrero herido y el Golden Retriever que lo salvó, nos llega una historia de amor eterno entre un soldado veterano de guerra y su inseparable amigo, Tuesday...


Florence Nightingale

by Demi

Florence Nightingale revolutionized the world of medicine and nursing by emphasizing cleanliness, food that was hot and nutritious, and organization in hospitals. What began as an attempt to make army hospitals...


Science Comics: Plagues

by Falynn Koch

"This useful introduction to the topic of disease and immunity is recommended for graphic novel enthusiasts or as a companion text in science classes."--School Library Journal

Writer/illustrator Falynn Koch's...


How to Pee: Potty Training for Boys

by Dr. Todd Spector & Arree Chung

Out with the old and in with the new! Family physician Dr. Todd Spector presents a fresh and outrageously fun way to encourage little boys to give up their diapers. They can try it freestyle (in the backyard!),...


Not So Different

by Shane Burcaw & Matt Carr

Not So Different offers a humorous, relatable, and refreshingly honest glimpse into Shane Burcaw's life. Shane tackles many of the mundane and quirky questions that he's often asked about living with a disability,...


Do Not Lick This Book

by Idan Ben-Barak & Julian Frost

In this interactive children's picture book, microbiologist Idan Ben-Barak and award-winning illustrator Julian Frost zoom in on the microscopic world found on everyday objects--and in our bodies--warning readers...


Peep and Egg: I'm Not Using the Potty

by Laura Gehl & Joyce Wan

Peep says it's time for Egg to start using the potty. But Egg does not want to use the potty--and no amount of lemonade-drinking, running water, or toilet-paper tutus can change that! When things start to get...


How to Pee: Potty Training for Girls

by Dr. Todd Spector & Arree Chung

Out with the old and in with the new! Family physician Dr. Todd Spector presents a fresh and outrageously fun way to encourage little girls to give up their diapers. They can try it fresh-air style (in the backyard!),...


Germs

by Lesa Cline-Ransome & James Ransome

Come meet the good, the bad, and the ugly--yes, germs!

There's so much to discover about germs. Did you know that germs make your stomach growl as they break down your food? Or that they can travel the world...


The Food Parade

by Elicia Castaldi

It's time to celebrate with the five basic food groups. The mayor of Food Town introduces each food group as they march in the town parade, from the vegetables, fruits, and legumes, to the grains and fats. Kids...