Author Archives: Janet Pugh

New sensory toy tubs in our free lending library

The Sensory Sensitive Kit

The Sensory Sensitive Kit

We have made some changes to the sensory tubs that are available from our free lending library.

Up until now we have offered 8 different type of tubs – each with a collection of toys. We have decided to change the choice of tubs we offer to allow us to offer more of each type of tub and allow us to replace old and tired parts from the existing tubs.

The tubs that are being replaced are the Original Sensory Tubs; the Tactile Kit; the Sounds Kit; the Music in Box; the Visual Sensory Tub and the Mirror Diffraction Tubs.  If you were on the waiting list for any of these, you should already have been contacted to see what you would like instead.

The ‘Relaxation Sensory Tubs’ and the ‘Fidget Kits’ and ‘UV Fun Tubs’ will remain but there will now be 3 of each available for loan.

The new tubs we are offering are:

  • 3 x ‘Sensory Seeking Kits’ – items in these kits are brightly coloured, include hard textures, encourage activity and include percussion instruments and vibrating items
  • 3 x ‘Sensory Sensitive Kits’ – items in these kits are soft textured, include quiet sounds and low lighting and include items with slow moving oils, gels and glitter inside
  • There will also be one “Lucky Dip” Sensory Bag, which will contain a variety of sensory items but the contents will vary depending on what is available, these are likely to be percussion, visual and tactile items.

We hope you will like our new choice of toys, and that the waiting times will be reduced for you.

You can see the full range of items available to borrow here.

Jan, The Librarian

Borrow books on Special Educational Needs from our library

Borrow books on Special Educational Needs from our postal lending libraryWe have lots of books on Special Educational Needs available to borrow for free from our postal lending library.

The new EHC plans and SEND Code of Practice

  • L6652 The SENCO Handbook: leading and managing a whole school approach by Elizabeth Cowne
  • L6633 Special Needs and Legal Entitlement: the essential guide to getting out of the maze by Melinda Nettleton
  • L6656 The SEND Code of Practice 0 – 25 Years: policy provision and practice by Rona Tutt
  • L6655 Acheiving Successful Transitions for Young People with Disabilities: a practical guide by Jill Hughes

Special Educational Statementing (where it is still applicable)

  • L6341 and L6569 Surving the Special Educational Needs System: how to be a velvet bulldozer by Sandy Row
  • L6322 Guerilla Mum: surviving the special needs education jungle by Ellen Power

Inclusion

  • L6327 and L6383 Choosing a School for a Child with Special Needs by Ruth Birnbaum
  • L6167 and L6535 Special Educational Needs a Parents’ Guide by Antonia Chitty
  • L6585 Including Children with Cerebral Palsy in the Foundation Stage by Lindsay Barnes
  • L6592 Including Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders in the Foundation Stage by Clare Beswick
  • L6551 and L6597 Including Children with Attention and Behaviour Difficulties in the Foundation Stage by Maureen Garner
  • L6370 Key Issues in Special Educational Needs and Inclusion by Alan Hodkinson
  • L6342 How To Reach and Teach All Students in the Inclusive Classroom by Sandra Rief
  • L6455 Including Me: managing complex health needs in schools and early years settings by Jeanne Carlin
  • L6513 How To Make School Make Sense: a parents’ guide to helping the child with Asperger Syndrome by Clare Lawrence

Reseach

  • L6213 Special Educational Needs Inclusion and Diversity by Norah Frederickson

Special provision

  • Schools for Special Needs Gabbitas Education 18th Edition 2013: the complete guide to special needs education in the United Kingdom
  • L6501 Personalised Learning for Young People with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties by Andrew Colley

Particularly for teachers / SENCOs

  • L6427 A Practical Guide for Teachers of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Secondary School Education by Debra Costley
  • L6412 Transforming the Role of the SENCO: achieving the national award for sen co-ordination by Fiona Hallett

Home schooling

  • L6143 Teaching at Home: a new approach to tutoring children with autism and Asperger Syndrome by Olga Holland
  • L6430 Autism and Flexischooling: a shared classroom and home schooling approach by Clare Lawrence

If you would like to borrow any of these books please contact our librarian on janetp@cerebra.org.uk or 01267 244203. To download a full list of all of our books visit our library pages.

Borrow books on Sensory Processing Disorder from our library

A list of books on sensory processing disorder to borrow for free from Cerebra's postal lending libraryThe library has more requests for books on sensory processing disorder than any other subject and the book ‘The Out of Sync Child’ by has been borrowed by more people than any other title.  We have lots of different books covering different aspects of sensory processing disorder.  If you would like to borrow any of them, please email janetp@cerebra.org.uk

Explaining sensory processing disorder

  • ‘The Out of Sync Child: recognising and coping with sensory processing disorder by Carol Stock Kranowitz – L6326; L6447; L6448 & L6613
  • ‘The Sensory Processing Answerbook: practical answers to the top 250 questions parents ask by Tara Delaney – L6465 & L6604

Practical advice and sensory integration

  • ‘Too Loud Too Bright Too Fast Too Tight: what to do if you are sensory defensive in an over-stimulating world’ by Sharon Heller – L6441
  • ‘Building Bridges Through Sensory Integration’ by Ellen Yack – L6235 & L6603
  • ‘Raising a Sensory Smart Child: a definitive handbook for helping your child with sensory processing disorder issues’ by Lindsey Biel
  • ‘Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder’ by Christopher Auer – L6355
  • ‘The Out of Synd Child Had Fun: activities for kids with sensory processing disorder’ by Carol Stock Kranowitz – L6384
  • ‘Early Intervention Games: fun joyful ways to develop social and motor skills in children with ASD or sensory processing disorder’ by Barbara Sher – L6558
  • Sensory Stories for Children and Teens with Special Educational Needs: a practical guide by Joanne Grace – L6600 & L6632
  • ‘Gardening for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Special Needs: engaging with nature to combat anxiety promote sensory integration and building social skills’ by Natasha Etherington – L6581
  • ‘Helping Hyperactive Kids – A Sensory Integration Approach: techniques and tips for parents and professionals’ by Lynn Horowitz – L6508

Especially for schools

  • ‘Practical Sensory Programmes for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Special Needs’ by Sue Larkey – L6474

Autobiography

  • ‘Coming Through the Fog: a mother shares her journey of her daughter’s recovery from autism and sensory processing disorder to functioning recovery and independent living while providing helpful tips for other parents’ by Tami Goldstein

For kids

  • ‘Sensory Smarts: a book for kids with ADHD or ASD struggling with sensory integration problems’ by Kathleen Chara – C0191
  • ‘Ellie Bean the Drama Queen’ by Jennie Harding – C0184
  • ‘This is Gabriel: making sense of school a book about sensory processing disorder’ by Hartley Steiner – C0241

Clinical theory

  • Sensory Integration Theory and Practice 2nd Edition by Anita Bundy – L6463
  • ‘Sensory Processing Challenges: effective clinical work with kids and teens’ by Lindsey Biel – L6534

To find out more about our library visit our library pages or take a look at the rest of our monthly booklists.

Books on Asperger Syndrome in our Library

mum and daughter readingWe have many books in the library covering the autism spectrum, below are the most popular books on Asperger Syndrome.  If you would like to join the library, you can fill in the form on our library page.

Books for parents

  • L6593 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Hekp Young People with Aspergers by Tony Attwood
  • L6541 Hitchhiking Through Aspergers Syndrome by Lise Pyles
  • L6548 Multicoloured Mayhem: parenting the many shades of adolescents and children with Asperger Syndrome by Jacqui Jackson
  • L6634 The Complete Guide to Asperger Syndrome by Tony Attwood
  • L6524 Asperger Syndrome: a guide for parents and professionals by Tony Attwood
  • L6279 Parenting a Child with Asperger Syndrome: 200 tips and strategies by Brenda Boyd
  • L6309 Eating an Artichoke: a mother’s perspective on Asperger Syndrome by Echo Fling
  • L6426 Asperkids: an insider’s guide to loving understanding and teaching children with Asperger Syndrome by Jennifer Cook O’Toole
  • L6525 Raising Martians From Crash Landing to Leaving Home: how to help a child with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism by Joshua Muggleton
  • L6512 and L6528 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with autism or Aspergers by Ellen Notbohm
  • L6224 Create a Reward Plan for Your Child with Asperger Syndrome by John Smith
  • L6403 The Asperger Children’s Toolkit by Francis Musgrave
  • C0147 All Cats Have Aspergers by Kathy Hoopman
  • C0178 Inside Aspergers Looking Out by Kathy Hoopman

Books for schooling

  • L1677 Home Schooling the Child With Asperger Syndrome: real help for parents anywhere on any budget by Lise Pyles
  • L6144 Asperger Syndrome: what teachers need to know by Matt Winter
  • L6480 Spark: a mother’s story of nurturing genius by Kristine Barnett
  • L6462 Asperger Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom: advice and strategies for teachers by Stacey Betts
  • L6513 How to Make School Make Sense: a parents’ guide to helping the child with Asperger Syndrome by Clare Lawrence
  • L6430 Autism and Flexischooling: a shared classroom and homeschooling approach by Clare Lawrence

DVDs

  • AV6310 Asperger Syndrome: a different mind by Simon Baron-Cohen
  • AV6398 An Animated Introduction to Asperger Syndrome by Biomation
  • AV6397 Living Along the Autism Spectrum

Books for kids

  • C0168 Kevin Thinks About Outer Space Confusing Expressions and the Perfectly Logical World of Asperger Syndrome by Gail Watts
  • C0176 & C0245 The Red Beast: controlling anger in children with Asperger Syndrome by K I Al-Ghani
  • C0219 What Is It Like to be Me? A book about a boy with Asperger Syndrome by Alenka Klemenc
  • C0211 The Disappointment Dragon: learning to cope with disappointment by K I Al-Ghani
  • C0212 The Panicosaurus: anxiety in children including those with Asperger Syndrome by K I Al-Ghani

Books for teens

  • C0084 and C0148 How to be Yourself in a World That’s Different: an Asperger Syndrome study guide for adolescents by Yuko Yoshia
  • C0093 and C0283 Can I Tell You About Asperger Syndrome by Jude Welton
  • C0206 and C0232 The Asperkids Secret Book of Social Rules: the handbook of not so obvious social guidelines for tweens and teens with Asperger Syndrome by Jennifer Cook O’Toole
  • L1614 Asperger Syndrome, Adolescent and Identity: looking beyond the label by Harvey Molloy
  • L1675 What Did You Say? What Did You Mean? An illustrated guide to understanding metaphors by Jude Welton
  • L6006 Living Your Best Life With Asperger Syndrome by Karra Barber
  • L6291 Freaks Geeks and Asperger Syndrome: a user guide to adolescence by Luke Jackson
  • L6349 Acting Antics: a theatrical approach to teaching social understanding to kids and teens with Asperger Syndrome by Cindy Schneider

Just girls

  • L6275 Aspergirls: empowering females with Asperger Syndrome by Rudy Simone
  • L6638 Aspergers and Girls by Tony Attwood

Books for brothers and sisters

  • C0179 My Family is Different: a workbook for children with a brother or sister who has autism or Asperger Syndrome by Carolyn Brock
  • C0217 Everybody is Different: a book for people who have a brother or sister with autism by Fiona Bleach
  • C0160 My Brother Has Autism by Jennifer Moore Mallinos
  • C0077 My Brother is Different by Louise Gorrod

Into adulthood

  • L6623 Natural Genius: the gifts of Asperger Syndrome by Susan Rubinyi
  • L6258 Developing Talents: careers for individuals with Asperger Syndrome and high-functioning autism by Temple Grandin
  • L6550 Aspergers Syndrome and Sexuality: from adolescence to adulthood by Isabelle Henault
  • L6380 Autism All-Stars: how we use our Autism or Asperger traits to shine in life by Josie Santomauro
  • L6547 Autism and Aspergers Syndrome: preparing for adulthood by Patricia Howlin

Autism Awareness Bestsellers in our Library

autism booksWe thought you would like to know that Jessica Kingsley’s (Publishers) ‘Autism Awareness Bestsellers’ are all available in the Cerebra Library:

The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome by Tony Attwood
2008 ISBN 9781843106692

This is the definitive handbook for anyone affected by Asperger’s syndrome. It brings together information on all aspects of the syndrome for children through to adults. Drawing on case studies from Attwood’s extensive clinical experience, and from his correspondence with individuals with AS, this book is authoritative and extremely accessible.
L6311 in Cerebra Library

LEGO-Based Therapy: how to build social competence through LEGO-Based Clubs for children with autism and related conditions
2014 ISBN 9781849055376

A comprehensive guide to setting up LEGO Therapy groups to promote social skills in children with autism spectrum disorders and related conditions through group LEGO building. It fully explains the approach and gives advice on strategies for successfully seeing children through from ‘LEGO Helper’ to ‘LEGO Genius’.
L6621 in Cerebra Library

Aspergirls: empowering females with Asperger Syndrome by Rudy Simone
2010 ISBN 9781849058261

Rudy Simone guides you through every aspect of both personal and professional life, from early recollections of blame, guilt, and savant skills, to friendships, romance and marriage. Employment, career, rituals and routines are also covered. Simone rejects negative views of Aspergirls and empowering them to lead happy and fulfilled lives.
L6275 in Cerebra Library 

The Red Beast: controlling anger in children with Asperger’s Syndrome by Haitham Al-Ghani
2008 ISBN 97818343109433

This vibrant fully illustrated children’s storybook is written for children aged 5+, and is an accessible, fun way to talk about anger, with useful tips about how to ‘tame the red beast’ and guidance for parents on how anger affects children with Asperger’s Syndrome.
C0176 in Cerebra Library 

All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome by Kathy Hoopman
2006 ISBN 9781843104810

This book takes a playful look at Asperger Syndrome, drawing inspiration from the feline world. Touching, humorous and insightful, this book evokes the difficulties and joys of raising a child who is different and leaves the reader with a sense of the dignity, individuality, and potential of people with AS.
C0147 in Cerebra Library 

Can I Tell You About Asperger Syndrome? a guide for friends and family by Jude Welton
2003 ISBN: 9781843102069

Meet Adam, a young boy with AS. He helps children understand the difficulties faced by a child with AS, telling them what AS is, how it feels to have AS and how they can help by understanding their differences and appreciating their many talents. This illustrated book is an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions.
C0093 & C0233 in Cerebra Library

Parenting a Child with Asperger Syndrome: 200 tips and strategies by Brenda Boyd
2003 ISBN 9781843101376

Brenda is mother to thirteen-year-old Kenneth, author of Asperger Syndrome, the Universe and Everything. Brenda discusses parents’ reaction to their child’s AS and gives advice on how better to understand ‘Planet Asperger’. This book helps parents to respond positively to the challenge of AS and find the ‘treasure’ in their child’s way of being.
L6279 in Cerebra Library 

Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome: a user guide to adolescence by Luke Jackson
2002 ISBN 9781843100980

Drawing from his own experiences and gaining information from his teenage brother and sisters, Luke Jackson wrote this enlightening, honest and witty book in an attempt to address difficult topics such as bullying, friendships, when and how to tell others about AS, school problems, dating and relationships, and morality.
L6291 in Cerebra Library

Borrowing something from the library is free, please email janetp@cerebra.org.uk to request a book or for more information about the library service.

Books in the Library for Older Kids

Library booksCerebra has a large selection of books in our postal lending library for children and their siblings to read to help them understand their disability. We list some of the more popular books.

Last month we are featuring books for younger children and this month we are featuring books for older children.

You can borrow the children’s books on behalf of your child, as with the sensory toys. Sorry, but children can’t be library members themselves.

The full list of children’s books in our library can be found on our library pages.

Disability info for older children:

C0091  Ten Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew
C0149  A Book About What Autism Can Be Like
C0141  Do You Understand Me? My life my thoughts my autism spectrum disorder
C0193  Explaining Autism
C0093  Can I Tell You About Asperger Syndrome
C0178  Inside Aspergers Looking Out
C0147  All Cats Have Aspergers
C0181  What is it Like to Be Me? A book about a boy with Aspergers
C0206  The Asperkids Secret Book of Social Rules
C0084  How to be Yourself in a World That’s Different: an Aspergers study guide to adolescence
L6291  Freaks Geeks and Asperger Syndrome
C0191  Sensory Smarts (sensory processing disorder)
L6050  Touch and Go Joe: an adolescent’s experience of OCD
C0061  Jumping Johnny Get Back to Work (ADHD)
C0117  The Girls Guide to ADHD
C0216  Can I Tell You About ADHD
C0137  All About Brain Tumours
C0174  Can I Tell You About Epilepsy
C0194  Explaining Epilepsy
C0190  Tic Talk (tourettes)
C0214  Can I Tell You About Tourette Syndrome
C0195  Explaining Down Syndrome
C0196  Explaining Cerebral Palsy
C0215  Can I Tell You About Dyspraxia
C0180  Living With Disability (all aspects of life with a disability)
Growing up:

C0153  Personal Hygiene: what’s that got to do with me? (boys and girls)
L6323  Taking Care of Myself: a hygiene and puberty personal curriculum for young people with autism (boys and girls)
L6483  The Boys Guide to Growing Up: choices and changes during puberty
C0218  Girl Talk: a survival guide to growing up
Fiction for older kids:

C0158  Trueman Bradley Aspie Detective
C0182  The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime
C0082  Blue Bottle Mystery (an aspie novel)
C0085  Of Mice and Aliens (an aspie novel)
C0192  Rules (having a brother with autism)
Books for siblings:

C0068  Being the Other One
C0107  The Sibling Slam Book
C0135  I’m a Teenager Get me Out of Here
C0217  Everybody is Different: a book for young people who have brothers or sisters with autism
C0179  My Family is Different: a workbook for children with a brother or sister who has autism or Asperger Syndrome

Books in the library especially for kids

kids-booksCerebra has a large selection of books in our postal lending library for children and their siblings to read to help them understand their disability.

Listed below are of some of the more popular books. This month we are featuring books for younger children and next month we will be featuring books for older children.

You can borrow the children’s books on behalf of your child, as with the sensory toys. Sorry, but children can’t be library members themselves.

The full list of children’s books in our library can be found at on our library pages.

Disability info for younger children:

C0111 – Looking After Louis (autism)
C0129 – Don’t Call Me Special (special needs)
C0134 – Do I Have to go to Hospital
C0136 – Victoria’s Day (Down Syndrome)
C0144 – My Friend Has Down Syndrome
C0161 – The Brave Soul’s Club (dealing with serious illness)
C0168 – Kevin Thinks (Aspergers)
C0210 – My Autism Book
Fiction for younger kids:

C0098 – Susan Laughs (being in a wheelchair)
C0040 – Andy and His Yellow Frisbee (autism)
C0058 – Spark’s Excellent Misadventures (adhd)
C0128 – Just Because (siblings)
C0150 – Ian’s Walk (autism)
C0156 – Sometimes (staying in hospital)
Signing, Makaton & PECS:

C0023 – Sign & Singalong Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
C0024 – Sign & Singalong Baa Baa Black Sheep
L6161 – Learn to Sign with Olli (BSL)
C0162 – My First Makaton Book of Colours
C0163 – My First Makaton Symbols and Signs – book 1
C0164 – My First Makaton Symbols and Signs – book 2
C0165 – My First Makaton Symbols and Signs – book 3
C0177 – My Makaton Book of Nursery Rhymes
AV6392 – Makaton Nursery Rhymes (dvd)
C0208 – PECS Cards Keyrings – Feelings and Emotions and Instructions and Behaviour
Activity books and CDs:

C0108 – The Animal Boogie (book and CD)
AV6520 – Motor Skill Activity Fun (CD)
AV6521 – Tuned in to Learning for Students with Multiple Disability (CD)
Sound books:

C0187 – What’s That Noise Spot
C0188 – Room on the Broom
Touchy Feely books:

C0185 – That’s Not My Mermaid
C0186 – That’s Not My Dragon
Behaviour:

C0157 – A Volcano in my Tummy (anger)
C0176 – The Red Beast (anger and Aspergers)
C0184 – Ellie Bean Drama Queen (sensory processing disorder)
C0151 – Don’t Behave Like You Live in a Cave
C0166 – What to do When you Dread your Bed (sleep)
C0211 – The Disappointment Dragon (Aspergers)
C0212 – The Panicosaurus (Aspergers)
Bereavement:

C0118 – The Lonely Tree
Books for siblings:

C0039 – My Brother Matthew (disability)
C0077 – My Brother is Different (autism)
C0160 – My Brother s Autistic
C0183 – Our Brother Has Down Syndrome
C0206 – Babies are Noisy (autism)
Next month… look out for our list of books for older children!

Books on Asperger syndrome

Library booksWe have a wealth of books and resources available in our free lending library on Asperger syndrome.

Books for parents

L6311 – The Complete Guide to Asperger Syndrome by Tony Attwood
L1350 and L6524 – Asperger Syndrome: a guide for parents and professionals by Tony Attwood
L6279 – Parenting a Child with Asperger Syndrome: 200 tips and strategies by Brenda Boyd
L6309 – Eating an Artichoke: a mother’s perspective on Asperger Syndrome by Echo Fling
L6426 – Asperkids: an insider’s guide to loving understanding and teaching children with Asperger Syndrome by Jennifer Cook O’Toole
L6511 and L6525 – Raising Martians From Crash Landing to Leaving Home: how to help a child with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism by Joshua Muggleton
L6512 and L6528 – 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with autism or Aspergers by Ellen Notbohm
L6224 – Create a Reward Plan for Your Child with Asperger Syndrome by John Smith
L6403 – The Asperger Children’s Toolkit by Francis Musgrave

DVDs:

AV6310 – Asperger Syndrome: a different mind by Simon Baron-Cohen
AV6398 – An Animated Introduction to Asperger Syndrome by Biomation

Picture books:

C0147  All Cats Have Aspergers by Kathy Hoopman
C0178  Inside Aspergers Looking Out by Kathy Hoopman

Books for schooling

L1677 – Home Schooling the Child With Asperger Syndrome: real help for parents anywhere on any budget by Lise Pyles
L6144 – Asperger Syndrome: what teachers need to know by Matt Winter
L6480 – Spark: a mother’s story of nurturing genius by Kristine Barnett
L6462 – Asperger Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom: advice and strategies for teachers by Stacey Betts
L6513 – How to Make School Make Sense: a parents’ guide to helping the child with Asperger Syndrome by Clare Lawrence

Books for kids:

C0168 – Kevin Thinks About Outer Space Confusing Expressions and the Perfectly Logical World of Asperger Syndrome by Gail Watts
C0176 – The Red Beast: controlling anger in children with Asperger Syndrome by K I Al-Ghani
C0181 – What Is It Like to be Me? A book about a boy with Asperger Syndrome by Alenka Klemenc
C0211 – The Disappointment Dragon: learning to cope with disappointment by K I Al-Ghani
C0212 – The Panicosaurus: anxiety in children including those with Asperger Syndrome by K I Al-Ghani

Books for teens:

C0084 and C0148 – How to be Yourself in a World That’s Different: an Asperger Syndrome study guide for adolescents by Yuko Yoshia
C0093 – Can I Tell You About Asperger Syndrome by Jude Welton
C0206 – The Asperkids Secret Book of Social Rules: the handbook of not so obvious social guidelines for tweens and teens with Asperger Syndrome by Jennifer Cook O’Toole
L1614 – Asperger Syndrome, Adolescent and Identity: looking beyond the label by Harvey Molloy
L1675 – What Did You Say? What Did You Mean? An illustrated guide to understanding metaphors by Jude Welton
L6006 – Living Your Best Life With Asperger Syndrome by Karra Barber
L6291 – Freaks Geeks and Asperger Syndrome: a user guide to adolescence by Luke Jackson
L6349 – Acting Antics: a theatrical approach to teaching social understanding to kids and teens with Asperger Syndrome by Cindy Schneider

Just girls:

L6275 – Aspergirls: empowering females with Asperger Syndrome by Rudy Simone

Into adulthood

L6086 – Natural Genius: the gifts of Asperger Syndrome by Susan Rubinyi
L6258 – Developing Talents: careers for individuals with Asperger Syndrome and high-functioning autism by Temple Grandin
L6348 – Aspergers Syndrome and Sexuality: from adolescence to adulthood by Isabelle Henault
L6380 – Autism All-Stars: how we use our Autism or Asperger traits to shine in life by Josie Santomauro

Books for brothers and sisters:

C0179 – My Family is Different: a workbook for children with a brother or sister who has autism or Asperger Syndrome by Carolyn Brock

Kids Aspie novels:

C0082 – Blue Bottle Mystery by Kathy Hoopman
C0085 – Of Mice and Aliens by Kathy Hoopman
C0089 – Probably Still Nick Swansen by Virginia Euwer Wolff
C0132 – Haze by Kathy Hoopman
C0158 – Trueman Bradley Aspie Detective by Alexsi Maxim Russell
To borrow any of these items free of charge just email our librarian at JanetP@cerebra.org.uk or call 0800 328 1159.