The Guide to Dating for Teenagers with Asperger Syndrome

Jeannie Uhlenkamp

Everything you have always been hoping for in a dating guide for teenagers on the autism spectrum and much more.

This book will serve as a valuable resource for teens with ASD, as well as their parents and teachers.  Clinicians will also be thrilled to discover this user-friendly resource.

The Guide to Dating for Teenagers with Asperger Syndrome

The guide to good mental health on the Autism Spectrum

Jeanette Purkis, Dr Emma Goodall and Dr Jane Nugent

This informative book looks at common mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety, as well as strategies for self-help.

The guide to good mental health on the Autism Spectrum

The Kid’s Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control

Lauren Brukner. Illustrated by Apsley

Packed with simple ideas to regulate the emotions and senses, this book will help children tackle difficult feelings head-on and feel awesome and in control.

From breathing exercises, pressure holds and finger pulls , to fidgets and noise-reducing headphones, this book is brimming with fun stuff to help kids with emotional and sensory regulation difficulties feel cool, calm and collected. Kids will learn how to label difficult feelings, choose the perfect strategies and tools to tackle them, and use these correctly whether at home or at school. There are also useful tips for parents and teachers, as well as handy charts and checklists to track progress. Armed with this book, kids will be well on their way to managing difficult emotions and feeling “just right” in whatever situation life throws at them.

The Kid’s Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control

The Land On The Other Side Of The Rainbow

Steve Heron

A story about death, sadness, grief and hope. Whenever Melissa saw a rainbow, it would bring a smile to her face as she...

remembered her Grandma and the pelican who showed her the rainbow on a sad morning.

The Land On The Other Side Of The Rainbow

The Magic School Bus – Blows It’s Top

Scholastic

A book about volcanoes.

Ms Frizzle’s class is having a hard time putting together a giant globe of the world.

A piece is missing…an island so new it hasn’t been discovered yet!

And the Friz knows where to find it.

Before they know it, the kids are beneath the ocean’s surface, exploring an underwater volcano.

Join the class as they learn about volcanoes.

It’s an explosive field trip you won’t want to miss!

The Magic School Bus – Blows It’s Top

The Magic School Bus – Dinosaurs & Reptiles

Scholastic

Based on The Magic School Bus books by Joanna Cole.

The class discovers that Liz is missing, gone off to a mysterious place called “Herp Haven”.  Why has she left them?  Thinking she’s in trouble, they rush to Herp Haven, where they are transformed into reptiles in order to get past Mr Herpst, the proprietor.  Now reptilian, the class finds out what it means to be “cold-blooded”.

The Magic School Bus – Dinosaurs & Reptiles

The Magic School Bus – Gets Cold Feet

Joanna Cole

A book about warm and cold blooded animals

Liz, the class lizard, is missing!
Even her habitat is gone!
Where did she go? Is she in some sort of trouble?
The class forms a rescue party.
But to find Liz, they need to learn what it is like to be a reptile.
Join the Magic School Bus gang on this cool field trip,
and find out what it really means to be cold-blooded

The Magic School Bus – Gets Cold Feet

The Magic School Bus – Gets Eaten

Scholastic

Based on The Magic School Bus books by Joanna Cole.

It’s beach day, and the whole class is excited.  Everyone except Arnold and Keesha, that is.  They forgot their report on two beach things that go together.  All Arnold and Keesha have is a tunafish sandwich and some smelly green pond scum.  What could those two things possibly have in common?  “The best way to learn about something is to jump right in,” Ms Frizzle announces.  a second later the magic School Bus dives right into the ocean!

The Magic School Bus – Gets Eaten

The Magic School Bus – Going Batty

Scholastic

Based on The Magic School Bus books written by Joanna Cole.

The class is learning about nocturnal animals – creatures of the night.  But Ralphie decides Ms Frizzle is a vampire, and he’s driving the rest of the class batty.  That’s when the Magic School Bus grows wings and flies into an old castle full of bats. If they hang around for a while, will the kids find out the truth about Ms Frizzle?

The Magic School Bus – Going Batty

The Magic School Bus – Hops Home

Scholastic

Based on The Magic School Bus books by Joanna Cole.

Oh no!  Wanda’s best friend, Bella the bullfrog, is missing.  The class wants to help look for her.  Ms Frizzle says “The best way to find a frog is to be a frog!”.  So, the kids take a ride on the Magic School Bus.  Join them as they shrink to frog size and learn all about animal habitats!

The Magic School Bus – Hops Home

The Magic School Bus – Inside Ralphie

Scholastic

Based on The Magic School Bus books written by Joanna Cole.

It’s Broadcast Day in Ms Frizzle’s class.  It was Ralphie’s job to find an exciting story that the class could cover for the news.  But Ralphie is at home sick.  That won’t stop Ms Frizzle.  She thinks Ralphie’s cold is the perfect topic for the class’s news program.

The Magic School Bus – Inside Ralphie

The Magic School Bus – Out Of This World

Scholastic

Based on The Magic School Bus books by Joanna Cole.

A  huge space rock is heading toward Walker Elementary.  There’s only one way Ms Frizzle and the gang can stop it, and that’s with a field trip – to outer space!  Hop on the Magic Space Bus and learn all about asteroids, comets, and other space rocks.  It’s a class trip that’s out of this world!

 

The Magic School Bus – Out Of This World