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Author: Blythe Grossberg, PsyDPublishing Info: Paperback 128 pages / 2012Tags: making friends, recess, social rules, social skills at school.
A large part of school isn’t just taking tests, reading, and writing — it’s knowing the rules for behavior in the classroom and learning how to communicate with teachers and classmates. This book makes school easier for kids with Asperger’s by explaining the confusing — and often unwritten — rules of the classroom.$13.95 Product Details »
Friendly Facts: A Fun, Interactive Resource to Help Children Explore the Complexities of Friends and FriendshipAuthor: Dr. Margaret-Anne Carter and Josie SantomauroPublishing Info: Paperback / February 2010Tags: autism and friendship, friendship skills, making friends, social interactions.
Recognizing the importance of friendships to young children, internationally published authors Josie Santomauro and Dr. Margaret-Anne Carter have released an engaging, must-have guide for anyone who works with kids ages 7-11.$33.95 Product Details »
Author: Julia CookPublishing Info: Paperback 31 pages / June 2020Tags: friendship skills, keeping friends, making friends, relationship skills.
This second edition of Making Friends Is an Art! is an inspirational friendship tale that follows a colored pencil named Brown. Multi-talented Brown is the luckiest pencil in the box! In this story, Brown learns that in order to make and keep friends, he needs to know how to be a good friend.$15.95 Product Details »
Author: James F. CristPublishing Info: Paperback 128 pages / 2014Tags: friendship, making friends, Social Skills.
Whether kids find socializing as natural as smiling or as hard as learning a foreign language, this book can help them improve their social skills so they can better enjoy the benefits of friendship.$20.95 Product Details »