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The little snowflake wants to be part of a great big snowman. When he lands on a big stone instead of the ground, he's afraid that no one will see him! ; But then four sweet kids come to his rescue. And the little snowflake learns an important lesson about not giving up.
The Thought That Counts is the personal tale of Jared Kant, who was diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) at the age of 11. Now an adult, Kant candidly describes the inner world of a young person plagued by OCD, lending a distinctly human face to a complex disorder.
A counting book in which one by one the little monkeys jump on the bed only to fall off and bump their heads.
The determined Little Blue Engine is back, bringing inspiring and enlightening words of wisdom to graduates of all ages as they make the transition from one phase of life to the next. I Knew You Could! provides familiar comfort in changing times and serves as a wonderful gift that will be treasured…
Once Upon a Sign is a series of classic children's stories re-created with modern themes and performed entirely in beautiful American Sign Language. Delight the whole family all over again in timeless stories with new twists.
Disc 1: A little princess (Alfonso Cuaron) ; Disc 2: The Secret garden (Anieszka Holland)
Offers assistance and advice for living with and raising teens in a loving and compassionate manner. He describes psychological rules that dictate teenage behavior--best of all, he doesn't overlook the humor in the teenage years. Gives reasonable options for resolving conflict.
Little Man is a documentary film of a micro-preemie who weighs only one pound and faces impossible odds for survival. The family must choose between the destruction of their idyllic family and the life of their infant son. The film is the winner of 12 film festival awards from around the United S…
In this healing story, a little tree loses some of her branches in a storm. She experiences emotions of fear, self-blame, and worry so common to children facing serious medical problems. The little tree in the forest survives the storm and learns that although many branches and leaves were lost, sh…
A picture book in which the Little Mouse will do all he can to save his strawberry from the Big, Hungry Bear, even if it means sharing it with the reader. Contains some braille wording.
This book helps couples in identifying, understanding, and speaking their spouse's primary love language-quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical touch.
This book follows Annie Parker and her cancer journey, loss of family members and being one of the first women in Canada to be tested for the BRCA1 gene mutation, confirming her beliefs that her cancer were hereditary.
This book offers advice and support to identify the often hidden trigger food that can be the cause of health, behavior, and learning challenges in children. Once the trigger food is identified, it leads parents through an organizational approach and offers information on how to implement diet chan…
Each page has a tactile illustration, and is printed in Braille.
Written in both text and braille, this is a story book for visually impaired or blind children.
Written in both text and braille this hardcover book teaches young children how to count backwards from ten.
Written in both text and braille this hardcover book teaches young children how to count backwards from five.
Little Bear Sees is a website designed to be a resource guide for parents of children with Cortical Visual Impairment. Created by the parents and grandmother of a child with CVI, it answers questions and provides basic information about CVI. It gives advice to parents on what toys are most effectiv…
Little Bear has a loose tooth that just won't fall out. Emily, Cat, Duck, and Owl each have a plan to make it fall out. Will Little Bear ever have something for the tooth fairy?
Outlining the findings of Dr. Michael Strober's original research--that there are three distinct stages of eating disorders--this book helps parents detect the severity of a child's weight issues and helps them steer her clear of--or maneuver herself off--a slippery slope that could lead to Anorexi…
This book aims to help parents understand the connection between the addictive qualities of sugar and children's negative behavior. It includes a step-by-step program for healthy eating which includes healthy snacking, regular mealtimes and recipes' suggestions.
The discovery that our thoughts can change the structure and function of our brains - even into old age - is the most important breakthrough in neuroscience in four centuries. In this book, author, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Norman Doidge introduces this new science of neuroplasticity. He outli…
Provides a step by step blueprint for enhancing a child's moral capacity based on the ethical principles of the seven essential virtues: empathy, conscience, self-control, respect, kindness, tolerance, and fairness.
This picture book for children, tells the story Ginger Giraffe and Kerri Kinkajou, who are both preoccupied and distressed about their perceived appearance and body image. Then the two meet wise Dr. Owl and learn they suffer from Body Dysmorphic Disorder. With help from family and therapy with Dr. …
A young seal becomes upset when his uncle touches his body in private places, until he finds the courage to tell Wise Whale. Text includes songs.
Presents a program of occupational therapy intervention technique to develop legible manuscript letter formation. Covers developmental handwriting plan, treatments plans, special problems and suggetions, and references and resources.
A practical book for both parents and teachers that describes effective behavioral teaching methods to improve the symptoms of autism and the emotional struggles that surround it. Includes information on many topics, from the shock of diagnosis to the step-by-step work with verbal communication, so…
This story is about a premature baby named Ayla, told from her perspective and written by her grandfather Doug. It relates to the challenges she had to overcome from being born after a gestation period of 24 weeks at BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver.
In Quiet, Susan Cain argues that we dramatically undervalue introverts and shows how much we lose in doing so. She charts the rise of the Extrovert Ideal throughout the twentieth century and explores how deeply it has come to permeate our culture. She also introduces us to successful introverts?fro…