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"Little Rainman" - autism through the eyes of a child / by Karen L. Simmons ; [illustrated by Rob Woodbury, Mitzi Briehn, Susan Simmons]. -- Arlington, Texas : Future Horizons, [1996].

by Simmons, Karen L.

In her preface the author states: "The reason I am doing this is to help autistic children along with their parents, teachers, and siblings understand as early as possible the real 'world of autism'."

"Why doesn't anybody like me? " - a guide to raising socially confident kids / Hara Estroff Marano. -- New York : William Morrow, c1998.

by Marano, Hara Estroff

Hara Estroff Marano is editor-at-large of Psychology Today. Offers parents down-to-earth advice on everything from helping their children make new friends to managing schoolyard bullies.

101 ways to dance / by Kathy Stinson. Toronto, Second Story Press, 2006.

by Stinson, Kathy.

Presents fourteen short stories about high school students and their sexuality, from teenage boys who hitch a ride for a "good time" to a girl who wants to turn a friendship into something more.

1-2-3 magic - effective discipline for children 2-12. Thomas W. Phelan. -- 2nd ed. -- Glen Ellyn, Ill., Child Management, Inc., c1995.

by Phelan, Thomas W., 1943-

Addressing the task of disciplining children ages 2 through 12 without arguing, yelling, or spanking, this program offers easy-to-follow steps to immediately manage troublesome behavior with reason, patience, and compassion. Parents and teachers learn how to encourage and respect childrens growing independence with 10 strategies for building self-esteem. Also discussed are the three most important…

A 5 is against the law! - social boundaries - straight up! / Kari Dunn Buron. -- Shawnee Mission, Kan. : Autism Asperger Pub. Co., 2007

by Buron, Kari Dunn.

A guide to social interaction for autistic young people provides a five-point scale to help in determining what behavior is acceptable and gives examples of different behaviors and how they appear to others.

A Boy and a bear - the children's relaxation book / Lori Lite ; illustrated by M. Hartigan. -- Plantation, Florida : Specialty Press, Inc., c1996.

by Lite, Lori, 1961-

Summary : "A boy and and a polar bear who share a friendship learn to relax together."

A Difficult day / Eugenie Fernandes. -- Toronto : Kids Can Press, c1987.

by Fernandes, Eugenie, 1943-

Melinda has a bad day, but she learns that her Mother loves her more than anything, even when she has a bad day!

A family's guide to Tourette syndrome / John T Walkup; Jonathan W Mink; Kevin St P McNaught. -- Bloomington, IN : iUniverse, 2012.

by John T. Walkup, Jonathan W. Mink, Kevin St. P. McNaught

Medical and scientific information about Tourette syndrome for patients, families, care providers, academic institutions, and medical centers.

A guide to consent and capacity law in Ontario 2009 Edition / D'Arcy Hiltz, Anita Szigeti. Markham, Ont. LexisNexis Butterworths, 2009

A guide to consent and capacity law in Ontario 2009 Edition / D'Arcy Hiltz, Anita Szigeti. Markham, Ont. LexisNexis Butterworths, 2009

by D'Arcy Hiltz, Anita Szigeti

Ontario's Consent and Capacity Board adjudicates exclusively under the Mental Health Act, the Health Care Consent Act, 1996, the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992, and the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004.

A life in pieces - A piece-by-piece guide to realizing harmony in families, schools, and communities. Lana Buoy. -- : Pittsburg ; Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. , 2007.

by Buoy, Lana

Lana Buoy takes an in-depth look at why there is an increasing amount of aggression and violence surrounding the lives of children and youth everywhere. She offers clear solutions to this problem by presenting a unique method that will bring peace to fami

A map of the mind fields [DVD]  managing adolescent psychosis / produced by the Knowledge Network ; director, Nijole Kuzmickas ; producers, Sharon Bartlett and Maria LeRose. [Montreal]  National Film Board of Canada, c2004.

A map of the mind fields [DVD] managing adolescent psychosis / produced by the Knowledge Network ; director, Nijole Kuzmickas ; producers, Sharon Bartlett and Maria LeRose. [Montreal] National Film Board of Canada, c2004.

by Kuzmickas, Nijole.

Until recently a diagnosis of psychosis was seen as the end to normal life. With onset occurring most often in youth from 13 to 25, this serious mental health disorder often has tragic consequences when undiagnosed or improperly dealt with. Three peopl

A Safe place to live - a story for children who have experienced domestic violence / by Michelle A. Harrison ; illustrated by Luanne Marten. -- Indianapolis, IN : KIDSRIGHTS ; a division of JISt Publishing, c2002.

by Harrison, Michelle A.

A book for adults and children to use together. The book includes simple activities that help children express their feelings about what happened and open-ended questions for professionals to use to encourage children to talk about their fears and begin the healing process.

A Slant of sun - one child's courage / Beth Kephart. -- New York : Morrow, c1998, 1999.

by Kephart, Beth

"A Slant of sun" offers a moving examination of what it means to be a parent and a thought-provoking way of looking at children and their differences.

A Tale worth telling / by Linda Sky Grossman ; illustrated by Petra Bockus. -- Toronto : Second Story Press, c2002.

by Grossman, Linda Sky

After his soccer coach verbally abuses him and roughly grabs his arm, David has trouble finding an adult to talk to about the incident.

A Terrible thing happened / written by Margaret M. Holmes ; illustrated by Cary Pillo ; afterword by Sasha J. Mudlaff. -- Washington, DC : Magination Press, c2000.

by Holmes, Margaret M., 1944-

Summary: After Sherman sees something terrible happen, he becomes anxious and then angry, but when a caring adult helps him talk about these emotions he feels better.

A Very special critter / by Gina and Mercer Mayer. -- Racine, Wis. : Golden Books Pub., c1992.

by Mayer, Gina

The children discovered that Alex, the "very special critter", who used a wheelchair, was also just a regular guy!

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