Books for Children
Fiona learns to embrace what makes her unique and different.
Little Bear needs Mama Bear’s help to make his big worries feel smaller.
Sherman sees something bad happen, and a counselor helps him feel better after.
Zane the zebra learns about his stripes and how each one, including his “autism stripe,” makes him who he is.
Sophie gets angry, and the book shows what helps her to calm down.
Zak has autism. He describes his love of watches and how he feels his senses a little different than other kids. This is a good book for children with autism to share with friends, siblings or teachers.
Davey is blind, so no one in his class thinks he will be good at kickball. He shows them that he can do it with their help.
Adoption and Foster Care Books
Books for Children ages 1-8
Joey learns independence from Mama so that he can try new things.
Riley tries to conquer his fears and overcome feelings of shame, fear and sadness.
This book teaches that the bond between children and parents can support children experiencing separation anxiety or grief.
A little squirrel tells his friends about being scared and learns they’ve been scared before, too. They all talk about what helps make them feel calm and safe.
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