Tacos Anyone? / Alguien Quiere Tacos?

Michael is a four year old with Autism. His older brother, Thomas, doesn’t understand why he behaves as he does. The therapist teaches Thomas how to play with Michael, makng sibling time fun again. (English/Spanish) Michael es un niño de cuatro años con autismo. Su hermano mayor, Thomas, no entiende por qué se comporta así.… More Tacos Anyone? / Alguien Quiere Tacos?

Do I Have A Daddy? A Story About A Single Parent Child / Yo Tengo Papa: Un Cuento Sobre Un Nino De Madre Soltera

Book Cover, Do I Have A Daddy? A Story About A Single Parent Child / Yo Tengo Papa: Un Cuento Sobre Un Nino De Madre Soltera

A single mother explains to her son that his daddy left soon after he was born. Includes section with suggestions for answering the question, “Do I have a daddy?” This book is also available in Spanish. Una madre soltera le explica a su hijo que su padre se fue poco después de su nacimiento. Incluye… More Do I Have A Daddy? A Story About A Single Parent Child / Yo Tengo Papa: Un Cuento Sobre Un Nino De Madre Soltera

Featherless / Desplumado

Book Cover, Featherless / Desplumado

At his new school or on the soccer field, all everyone wants to know is why Tomasito is in a wheelchair. His father gives Tomasito a new pet to make him smile, but this bird is a little bit different. Can Tomasito’s featherless friend teach him that there’s more than one way to fly? Will… More Featherless / Desplumado

Intricate Minds: Understanding Classmates With Asperger Syndrome / Mentes intrincadas: cómo comprender a los compañeros de clase con síndrome de Asperger

Teens with Asperger’s syndrome talk about themselves, and their hopes. This is an excellent introduction to Asperger syndrome for middle and high school students, educators and families. Has optional subtitles in English, Japanese and Spanish. Available in DVD format (14 min.) Los adolescentes con síndrome de Asperger hablan de sí mismos y de sus esperanzas.… More Intricate Minds: Understanding Classmates With Asperger Syndrome / Mentes intrincadas: cómo comprender a los compañeros de clase con síndrome de Asperger