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  1. My New School
    My New School
    was $19.95 Special Price $17.96

    An interactive book that makes the move to a new school smoother!

    Independent Publisher Book Award Winner!

    For many students with autism spectrum disorder, even relatively minor changes to daily routines and schedules are overwhelming; imagine how traumatic moving to a new school would be! This interactive book is addressed directly to the student and takes a practical approach to this anxiety-provoking subject by acknowledging the difficulties transferring to a new school can bring and engaging the students in a series of proactive activities designed to lessen fears by resulting in tangible steps to take, to-do lists, checklists, etc. This book is sure to make the transition smoother. Foreword by Brenda Smith Myles, PhD.

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  2. When My Worries Get Too Big
    When My Worries Get Too Big
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    was $17.95 Special Price $16.16

    Need a simple strategy to help children who are overburdened with worry and anxiety?

    Mom's Choice Award Winner!

    Anxiety is one of the most frequent challenges experienced by children. Stress can lead to a loss of control, resulting in meltdowns. Prolonged anxiety can also seriously impact academic achievement and cause children to avoid social and extracurricular activities. Now with a special section on evidence-based teaching activities for parents and teachers, this best-selling children's classic just became even better and more relevant. Engaging and easy-to-read, this illustrated book is filled with opportunities for children who experience anxiety to participate in developing their own self-calming strategies. Children who use the simple strategies in this charming book, illustrated by the author, will find themselves relaxed and ready to focus on work or play. Foreword by Brenda Smith Myles, PhD.

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