A child with sensory integration dysfunction would rather not go to his friend's large, noisy birthday party.A child with sensory integration dysfunction would rather not go to his friend's large, noisy birthday party.Read Less
NEW. A wonderful new children's book about birthdays! Have you ever wondered how many children are bothered by the loud "Pop! " of a balloon? Read this book to understand (and help other children understand) why some children don't like parties. Learn to understand what a child's actions are really saying and learn about sensory processing disorder through the eyes of a child. Written by a mother for her young son, Laurie Renke presents her son's feelings about everything from singing "Happy Birthday" to eating cake and playing games. Children will understand themselves or their siblings better, and parents may recognize their chidren in these situations. You'll enjoy reading this full-color book with the special children in your life! Laurie is the founder of SPD Parent Connections Started in her hometown of Londonderry, New Hampshire; SPD Parent Connections is currently in more than 25 communities in the U.S. (and two in foreign countries). Laurie's message of hope for families with children with sensory processing disorders is sure to be heard around the world. This book was initially written for Laurie's son Jake, when he was just four years old. Automatic UPGRADE to Expedited shipping in the U.S. when you purchase two or more items from Special Needs Project. Thank you for shopping with SNP!
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