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Two Hands to Hold
by Anita Castro illustrated by Dean Wroth
This book is a must for every school library and every public library.
When a child is diagnosed with a serious illness, how do we discuss it with that child, their siblings and school friends? This sensitively written book for young children will open the way for that discussion.
The author has served many years as a medical interpreter working with various children’s hospitals and home/hospice/palliative care programs. Anita has spent considerable time with families as they go through these very painful situations.
Addie is a little girl facing serious medical issues. With the loving support of her family, teachers and friends, she faces the future with love and a positive attitude. Go along with her family and friends as they share fun together at home and at the zoo. What may seem a situation without happiness becomes an upbeat, hopeful story with positive action possibilities for family and friends to enjoy together.
Perfect paper binding List price $10.49 /
Our price $9.44
Library edition List price $16.95 / Our price $15.26
A new book for young readers who have autism.
by Jennifer Feuerbach
illustrated by Dean Wroth
Six year old Philip wants to be a chef… and why not? Philip knows that good food makes people smile. Although his autism presents some challenges for Philip and the family along the way, he learns to make lemonade and to bake a cake like a professional which makes his family smile. This is a fun story that may inspire a few young chefs among the readers. This 32 page book has exciting illustrations on every page.
Perfect bound edition is $10.49 ISBN 13 978-0944727-61-4
Hardbound edition is $16.95 ISBN 13 978-0944727-62-1