How to Do Homework Without Throwing Up
This book breaks through traditional approaches to organizational skills and moves directly to empowering children and adolescents with a new range of study skill. Students will learn how to make homework schedules, how to get help with homework assignments, when to do the hardest homework and how to manage procrastination.
School counsellors report using this book to address study skills using humour, youth-friendly cartoons and an abundance of activities ideal for individuals or group work.
How To Do Homework Without Throwing Up is an excellent companion for the Power Up workshop or the "Power Up" program here at Quirky Kid.
A Terrible Thing Happened
"A Terrible Thing Happened" is for children who have witnessed violence or trauma. Using a cute and gentle story, it illustrates the physiological and emotional symptoms 'Sherman the raccoon' faces...
Asperger's and Girls
Recently added to our recommended book list, "Asperger's and Girls" is an informative and practical title to support parents with female children with Aspergers. This title has won the Book...
Fitting in to school and social life can be the single most challenging task when you have Asperger's syndrome — "Asperger's Rules!" can help. The strategies in this book will...