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Monday, October 05, 2009

Woodbine House

Woodbine House is a great resource for books on disabilities (they also have DVDs and CDs). They have books geared towards parents, teachers, children, and professionals.

The Special Needs products covers a wide range of topics such as Celiac Disease, Inclusion, Medical Issues, Post Secondary Options, Sensory Processing, Autism, and of course Down Syndrome (among many others).

A follow-up to the successful Gifts book is Gifts 2: How People With Down Syndrome Enrich The World.

If you're a new, or expecting, parent of a baby with Down syndrome you might be interested in the free download of the booklet What Parents Wish They'd Known: Reflections on Parenting a Child With Down Syndrome.

Since Oct is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month all Down syndrome-related topics are 20% off.

On my wish list:
- Helping Children with Down Syndrome Communicate Better
- Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and other Hands-On Learners
- We'll Paint the Octopus Red

Get It Down; 31 for 21

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Karly said...

Michelle, I accidentally purchased two copies of the "Teaching Math..." book. I got it a million years ago when I thought I needed to read everything RIGHT NOW! Haha, how silly.

Anyway, if you email me your address, I would be thrilled to send you my extra copy. Then you can let me know if there are good tips in there for when I need them down the road.


The Girls' Mommy said...

We love Woodbine books. Love. (Abbie is in the new Gifts!)

Kim said...

That is good to know. Thanks for sharing!

Mary said...

OOOOOH, 20% off! Woo-hoo! Thanks for the tip!

Calico Sky said...

Thanks for these links, I know a few people who would really benefit from them!