Family Is Like A Cake$14.95, Hardback
A family is a lot like a cake. Families come in all shapes and sizes. They are the people who help us feel that we belong.
Fasten Your Seatbelt
An engaging question and answer format addresses the issues and concerns of teens who have a brother or sister with Down syndrome.
I Want to Be The Only Dog!$19.99, Paperback
Teaches children to learn about conflict resolution, empathy, fairness, and problem solving with friends and siblings.
My Brother is Autistic$14.99, Paperback
This sensitively written picture book talks about ways autistic kids can be helped & how they can better relate to family & surroundings.
Playing by the Rules
A funny, realistic story about how siblings of children with autism bridge the gap of understanding between their sibling & other people.
The Sibling Slam Book$29.95, Softcover
Unedited comments by teens who have siblings with special needs giving others like them a shared experience and reassurance.
The Sibling Survival Guide
Gives comfort & support with tips on how to talk to parents about plans for your sibling, and a crash course in medical & legal issues.
Turn sibling rivalry into positive sibling relationships with this fun, humorous guide.
Siblings (revised edition)$27.50, Paperback
The siblings of children with special needs are often the forgotten ones in families struggling to cope with the demands of having a child with a disability or chronic illness.
Views From Our Shoes
Boys and girls whose essays are featured in this collection share their experiences of growing up with a brother or sister with a disability.
We'll Paint the Octopus Red
A beautifully written and illustrated story and a set of commonly asked questions about Down syndrome which will help children undserstand how it might affect their sibling and family.
What's Up With My Family?
Insider information for tweens & teens on family matters, from sibling rivalry to divorce & other difficult transitions.
You Are Special Too$14.99, Paperback
A fun and accessible introduction for the sibling of a child diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome (AS).