Celebrate SLP authors. We believe SLPs are skilled in writing due to their training and background. We are listing at no charge many genres of books by Speech/Language Pathologists. They can be for speech and language therapy or they can be novels and/or books of poetry. If you have a book you would like to have listed, please follow this link to submit your book

Farting Four-Toed Troll

By Lavelle Carlson

Poop! Fart! These are the words that can be so embarrassing for parents and grandparents. And, it is certainly a headache for preschooler and early elementary teachers to try to instill the inappropriateness in their young students. Well, Farting Four-Toed Troll gives a great opportunity for parents and teachers to talk about these words in a way that is more appropriate. Introduce the book title and say, “Hmmm, should we say Farting Four-Toed Troll or Christmas Troll? I wonder how the Norwegian or Swedish troll would feel if we called him a farting troll”. You can also introduce manners during the reading of the book as the troll says, “Excuse me” after he lets off gas. Was there a mother troll who thanked him for using his manners? Always talk about kindness to children and different words that are “kind” words that make people feel good. 

EEK! I Hear a Squeak

EEK! I Hear a Squeak is a delightfully humorous book that is an excellent read to children as you try to get them to settle down for bed. It is a great book for teaching early literacy because it contains many of the components recommended by early literacy specialists; i.e. dialogue set in bubbles for print awareness, rhyming, colorful pictures, repetition and predictability, counting, and interactive dialogue for language development. It is a good book for introducing all the fairy tales with the count of three. The book has included black/white images for children to color – can be copied with permission of author. EEK! I Hear a Squeak was 2008 Award Recepient, Children’s Picture Book, Humor. NEW! FREE 37 page workbook with additional coloring pages, EEK! I Hear a Squeak Activity book.

Other Books by Lavelle Carlson

I Am Not Sleeping (English and Spanish)

Galapagos Rules! Postcards from Poppies

Farting Four-Toed Troll

The Book of IF for Children

Read-the-Picture Stories for Articulation

Read-the-Picture Stories, by Jenny Loehr, is the Third Edition of a popular and staple training book with stories used by speech/language pathologists, reading teachers, paraprofessionals, classroom teachers and home-school parents. The 78 stories cover many early sounds that are addressed in articulation in the elementary and junior high schools. Included are the sounds and blends of /s/, /r/, /l/, /sh/, /th/, /ch/, /j/, /k/, /g/, and /f/. The stories are a great tie-in to literacy, language and reading goals. The stories were written and/or revised by Jenny Loehr. She is also the illustrator. The publisher is making available audio eBooks on this site to correspond to the stories in Read-the-Picture Stories. They and flashcards for each story are free. The site will continue to add stories and activities.

Books by Rebecca Eisenberg

  1. The Monkey Balloon
  2. My Second Year of Kindergarten
  3. A Tale of The Monkey Balloon

Books by Kimberly Scanlon

  1. My Toddlers’ First Words
  2. My Toddler Talks
  3. Learning to Read is a Ball
  4. Gratitude Journal for Kids

Book by Ronda Wojcicki – Speech Class Rules

  1. Speech Class Rules

Books by Davene Fahy

1. The Boy Who Thought He Was a Plane

2. Charlie Who Couldn’t Say His Name
3. Anthony Best
4. Colors of Maine

Books by Karla M. Jay

Speak of the Devil

Speaking in Tungs

When We Were Brave

Books by Elizabeth Sauter and Kristen Wilson

Book by Julie Stellman

Kindness MATTERS!

Books by Dianne Lazer – The Green Monster Books

The Green Monster Books

Book by Marissa Siegel – Sammy Goes to Speech

Sammy Goes to Speech

Books by Eden Molineux

Something to Say

Books by Deidra Darst

“Buy” One Then Get One “Free”

Artie is Awesome

Book by Kimberly Merino

Sloths Are Slow

Book by Brian Hurley

Stories of A Speech Pathologist

Book by Stephanie Westendorf

Ricky Really Can’t Draw

Book by Elizabeth Sautter

Make Social Learning Stick!

Elizabeth Sautter and Kristin Wilson

1. Whole Body Listening Larry at School!
2.Whole Body Listening Larry at Home!

Book by Leah Kuypers, Terri Rossman, Elizabeth Sautter

Navigating The Zones (game based on The Zones of Regulation curriculum)

Book by Sarah Johnston

A Walk in the Woods

Book by Aaron McGinley

Aiden McGee Gets a Case of the Actuallys

Books by Ellen-Marie Silverman

Artic Skits by Kathryn Ross and Kimberly Pruitt

Artic Skits, written by a speech-language pathologist, Kathryn Ross, and Kimberly Pruitt is a fun, efficient, and interactive approach to working on articulation at the conversational level, as well as reading, language, and grammar. Artic Skits are designed to motivate reluctant speech students and readers by using interactive drama. This book encompasses a wide range of techniques that can be adapted for use with a variety of speech and language-impaired children. Drama and cartoons are both effective motivators for reluctant readers. These fun and engaging scripts will facilitate conversation with the overall aim of enabling and encouraging the development of speech, language, and communication skills in each individual student.