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New books in our library

We’ve got lots of great new books on a range of topics available to borrow now from our library.

Autism including Asperger Syndrome

AV6731 – Autism and Me (book & dvd)
Rory Hoy

L6732 – A Parents’ ABC of the Autism Spectrum
By Stephen Heydt
2017

L6728 – Toby and Sox: the heartwarming tale of a little boy with autism and a dog in a million
By Vikky Turner
2016

Communication

L6729 – Language for Thinking
By Stephen Parsons
2005

Education Teaching and Learning

L6733 – Provison Mapping and the SEND Code of Practice: making it work in primary secondary and special schools
By Anne Massey
2016

Growing Up

L6734 – When Young People With Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Hit Puberty: a parents’ Q&A guide to health sexuality and relationships
By Freddy Jackson
2016

Law and Rights

L6735 – Special Needs and Legal Entitlement: the essential guide to getting out of the maze
By Melinda Nettleton
2017

Personal Care including Feeding, Diet and Toilet Training

L6736 – What To Do About Smearing: a practical guide for parents and caregivers of people with autism developmental and intellectual disabilities
By Kate E Reynolds
2017

Sleep

L6730 – Sleep? What’s That? The incidence and impact of sleep problems in families of disabled children
By Gillian Cowdell
2007

Special Needs in General

L6737 – Achieving Successful Transitions for Young People with Disabilities: a practical guide
By Jill Hughes
2015

Therapies and Treatments including Medication

L6738 – Music Therapy for Multisensory and Body Awareness in Children and Adults with Severe to Profound Multiple Disabilities
By Roberta S Adler
2017

Children’s Books

Autism and Aspergers

C0273 – Through the Eyes of Me
Non-fiction
Age 5 and under

C0275 – Creating Autism Champions: autism awareness training for Key Stage 1 and 2
Non-fiction
Age 8 – 12

Feelings

C0276 – It’s Raining and I’m Okay: a calming story to help children relax when they go out and about
Fiction
Age 5 and under

If you’d like to borrow any of these books, completely free of charge, contact our librarian on janetp@cerebra.org.uk. To find out more about the library check out our library page.

Top Ten – The most popular children’s books in the library

Top 10 most popular children's books in our library

Find out which are the 10 most popular books for children in our postal lending library.

C0031 & C0092 Hands are not for Hitting by Martine Agassi

A board book suitable for young children

C0077 My Brother is Different by Louise Gorrod

A non-fiction book published by the National Autistic Society featuring illustrated characters, suitable for all age groups

C0093 & C0233 Can I Tell You About Asperger Syndrome? A guide for friends and family by Jude Welton

A non-fiction book featuring a child called Adam. An illustrated book suitable for 7 to 15 year olds

C0075 My Social Stories Book by Carol Gray

A non-fiction book with illustrated characters. Written for young children up to 6

C0149 A Book About What Autism Can Be Like by Sue Adams

A non-fiction book with illustrated characters, aimed at 8 to 12 year olds.

C0176 & C0245 The Red Beast: controlling anger in children with Asperger Syndrome by K I AL-Ghani

An illustrated story book written in conjunction with the National Autistic Society aimed at 7 to 11 year olds

C0065 Different Like Me: my book of autism heroes by Jennifer Elder

A non-fiction illustrated book featuring notable individuals with autism aimed at 8 to 12 year olds

C0253 All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome by Kathy Hoopman

A non-fiction book with photographs and captions aimed at all age groups

C0160 My Brother is Autistic by Jennifer Moore Mallinos

An illustrated story book suitable for small children

C0181 & C0219 What is it Like to be Me? A book about a boy with Asperger’s Syndrome by Alenka Klemenc

A non-fiction book with illustrated characters aimed at small children

You can find a full list of all the children’s books we have in the library on the library page of our website. You can borrow the children’s books on behalf of your child, as with the sensory toys. Sorry, but children can’t be library members themselves.