Same But Different is a semi-autobiographical book about twins Callie and Charlie. They have the same ups and downs as most teenagers, but the fact that Charlie has autism leads to some different struggles and victories.
Worm loves Worm, and they decide to get married. Each of their friends has an opinion on the way they should do it, based on how it’s always been done. But when the old ways don’t fit, Worm and Worm create new ways to celebrate their love …
A classic book, The Tenth Good Thing About Barney is the story of how a little boy feels and what he does when his cat dies. It’s a helpful book to open a conversation with young children about death and what happens after death.
Press Here is a great example of the power of keeping things simple. It asks readers to “press here” to make one painted yellow dot magically turn into two, or change to red, or move on the page. It’s a book full of surprises and fun!
What To Do When You Worry Too Much, A Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Anxiety is a workbook for children who are dealing with anxiety.