My surprise and pleasure in searching for books to review was looking at one book but finding four in a series. Cass Kim has a series of over-the-top storybooks that will surely help speech students, speech/language pathologists, and parents. Repetition,
My pillow knows The pain of losing a grandmother The pain of losing a mother. My pillow knows The pain of moving to a new home In search of a loving family. My pillow knows The demons running through your
We are excited to announce our new book – well, not totally new. We have now published our award-winning EEK! I Hear a Squeak (and the Scurrying of Little Feet) as a coloring book. It has the actual story just
Speech/language pathologists have the ability to empathize and help those with differences such as mutism. After reading Karla M. Jay’s new book, It Happened in Silence, it brought home the fact that this author can also write to move the readers
WOW! I just received a copy of one of the best books to read to your speech therapy children, Pre-K through early elementary. There are several reasons it meets the criteria for therapy storybook. A therapy storybook needs to have bright
Dog Gone – Where Has My Dog Gone We know that storybooks are full of activities for reaching speech and teaching goals. The best books are those with materials for interactive learning. Download the storybook/workbook/coloring book (part of your subscription), Dog
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Yes, you can “travel by book” with your children and grandchildren. “Marvin K. Mooney, just go,” says Dr. Seuss. No, it does not matter how you go – “by broomstick, by Camel in a Bureau Drawer, Bumble-Boat, by Ga-Zoom”. What is