About Childhood Epilepsy – Milo’s Day At School by Shawnee Walker

About Childhood Epilepsy – Milo’s Day At School by Shawnee Walker

Congratulations to Shawnee Walker for her informative, heartwarming, children’s book about childhood epilepsy titled Milo’s Day At School . Shawnee Walker’s son was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2014. Ms. Walker has been an advocate for her son and other children with epilepsy ever since. Knowing how confused and afraid the young students in her son’s class were when Kaden had a seizure at school, Shawnee decided to write a children’s book to spread awareness of childhood epilepsy.

Shawnee Walker’s story is written to explain the fears children may have while witnessing a seizure. The readers learn what to do during a seizure by seeing what …

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Don’t Rush Me! For Siblings of Children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) by Chynna Laird

Don’t Rush Me! For Siblings of Children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) by Chynna Laird

Don’t Rush Me! For Siblings of Children With Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) by Chynna Laird is a delightful children’s book. It is written by a mom-author who knows children and about sensory processing disorder (SPD).  The book teaches siblings of children with sensory processing disorder and other special needs that they are an important part of the family and that their contribution to the family is important. The typical child’s feelings cannot be overlooked and they must feel their role is helpful and valued.

Don’t Rush Me!  is for ages 5 – 8 in kindergarten to grade 3. It is in the Growing …

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Kids Learn Life Skills with The Noah and Logan Children’s Book Series by Benjamin K.M. Kellogg

Kids Learn Life Skills with The Noah and Logan Children’s Book Series by Benjamin K.M. Kellogg

The team at Special Needs Book Review congratulates Benjamin K.M. Kellogg for adding two more children’s books to his series. Like with the first three books, kids learn life skills by following Noah and Logan in two new stories.  We have already written about the first ones and have an interesting interview with Benjamin. Find the links to these other posts at the end of this one. The first five books are in e-format.

We are pleased to announce that “The Noah and Logan Children’s Book Series” is now available in PRINTED format in the form of a “Treasury” Book. All five …

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Interview Nicole Bovell, Ed.S., Author and Advocate for the Special Education Community

Nicole Bovell, ED.S. is a longtime advocate of the special education community. She is the author of The Journey of Special Education: Informational Posts to Get You Through,  A Parent’s IEP Guide: Understanding the IEP Process in Simple Terms, and How to Have a Great School Year. These books are informational resources to help special needs parents with the special education process.

In Nicole’s guest post introducing this book, she wrote: “The Journey of Special Education is a book compiled of informational posts that will give parents the confidence to advocate for their child, encourages parents to keep going even when things get too difficult and …

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Interview Samarra St. Hilaire, OTR/L, Author of  Writing in Stages: Getting Back to Basics

At the beginning of her handwriting workbook, titled Writing in Stages: Getting Back to Basics, Samarra St. Hilaire, a Licensed and Registered Occupational Therapist, writes, “Although handwriting appears to be an easy task, it is far from simple. Handwriting requires the use of numerous skills such as visual motor, fine motor, and visual perceptual skills, to name a few. Rushing to handwriting and demanding perfection often results in the development of bad habits, confusion, and lack of confidence.

Having raised three children and been a teacher in French elementary schools for thirty years,  I know the importance of having an easy, child-friendly …

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The Journey of Special Education: Informational Posts to Get You Through by Nicole Bovell, ED.S. 

The Journey of Special Education: Informational Posts to Get You Through by Nicole Bovell, ED.S. 

Are you the parents of a child with special needs? This post introduces you to a wonderful resource to help you navigate your journey to get the best support and services to help your special child. This special needs parenting book is The Journey of Special Education: Informational Posts to Get You Through by Nicole Bovell, ED.S.

The Journey of Special Education by Nicole Bovell is divided in six sections with the following titles:

The World of Advocacy
 Know Your IEPs
Special Needs Children and Behavior
In the Classroom
Planning for Your Child’s Future
Real Life

Readers will also appreciate the APPENDIX titled: DISABILITIES – DEFINITIONS and the long list …

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Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater: A Parent’s Handbook by Nimali Fernando and Melanie Potock

Posted in Educational, Nutrition, Reviews by - Jan 12, 2018
Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater: A Parent’s Handbook by Nimali Fernando and Melanie Potock

Folks at Special Needs Book Review have been following Melanie Potock’s  accomplishments since we reviewed one of her books, Happy Mealtimes with Happy Kids: How to Teach Your Child about the Joy of Food! . We receive her informative newsletters and always learn some parenting tips from her lively videos on her You-Tube Channel. This post introduces our readers to another book, Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater: A Parent’s Handbook: A Stage-by-Stage Guide to Setting Your Child on the Path to Adventurous Eating by Nimali Fernando, MD, MPH, and Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP.

Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater shows the way to lead your baby, toddler, or young …

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