Best Down Syndrome Books
Here you will get Best Down Syndrome Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. Kindness Makes Me Stronger: Children’s Book about Magic of Kindness, Empathy and Respect (World of Kids Emotions)
Author: by Elizabeth Cole
If you want to teach your children the magic of Kindness, this cute picture book is the right choice for you. It will clearly show your little ones how easy and joyful it is to be kind. Spending a time on grandparents’ farm little Nick meets new friends funny animals that don’t behave nicely.
Having faced a great challenge our little hero manages to teach his new friends the power of kindness, caring and compassion. This kids book about kindness is filled with colorful illustrations and charming rhymes. Guiding through an exciting story and dialogues with animal characters this story will help your little ones in many ways:to express their empathy, compassion, and gratitudeto respect both elders and younger ones, together with their peersto help those in need and to appreciate true friendshipto acquire nice mannersto accept diversity and the importance of inclusionto love nature and take care of the environmentto practice sharing and generosity as great human virtuesAdditionally, you will find an inspiring kindness-related game for kids as a bonus.
2. Life Skills Workbook for Children with Autism and Special Needs: Activities to help increase independence at home, school and community
Author: by Susan Jules
This book is a resource for parents to help and guide their Special Needs Child to develop essential skills to increase independence at home, at school, and in the community. By introducing these skills early and building block by block, these children will gain the tools that will help them to be successful.
Of course, each child with Special Needs has a different measure of success. For some, putting on clothing, remembering to eat, or simply being able to navigate daily tasks will be the goal. For others, it will be remembering to get to class, or performing simple tasks at home or school.
But what makes a huge difference is when these skills begin at home at a very young age and then it is learned over time and developed further throughout adolescence and adulthood. Life skills are daily living skills that include self-care activities, health, safety, advocacy, social relationships, and empowering habits.
Learning these wide ranges of life skills is critical. But then every person with autism is different, so the pace that they are taught will vary from person to person. But teaching these life skills to the best of a child’s ability at a young age will make a difference as they get older.
3. Train Your Dragon To Be Kind: A Dragon Book To Teach Children About Kindness. A Cute Children Story To Teach Kids To Be Kind, Caring, Giving And Thoughtful. (My Dragon Books) (Volume 9)
Author: by Steve Herman
Teach your children the importance of Kindness. Your children will immediately understand how it is like to be kind, thoughtful, caring and giving. Join the journey of Drew and his dragon, Diggory Doo. Learn how Drew teaches his dragon to be Kind.
A must have book for children and parents to teach kids about Kindness. Fun, cute and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this playful book will teach kids early important lessons about kindness. Get this book now and enjoy!
4. This Is Me! I am who I'm meant to be!: Autism book for children, kids, boys, girls, toddlers, parents, teachers and caregivers
Author: by Amy Pflueger
Have you wondered what the world is like through the eyes of someone with Autism? Able is a boy who has autism, inviting you to visit his unique world. This book explains autism in a special way, to help people understand more about autism, to embrace differences and to raise acceptance.
This story is to empower kids with autism to believe in themselves and reach their full potential no matter what challenges they have; encouraging them to be confident in being who they are- because they are who they’re meant to be!”This is me!
I am who I’m meant to be!” will show you the uniqueness and power of autism, while taking you on a journey of self-acceptanceThis autism children’s book is a great tool. Parents face challenges raising children with autism, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, also challenges in raising an exceptional child.
A family guide to helping the special needs, encouraging kids in being who you are, discover your child’s abilities, build confidence for kids, embracing our difference and dealing with anxiety and depression. A great autistic book for kids!
5. Kind Ninja: A Children’s Book About Kindness (Ninja Life Hacks)
Author: by Mary Nhin
Do you want to raise a kind child? Share how the Power of Kindness can transform you and others. In this Ninja Life Hacks story by Mary Nhin, our superhero Kind Ninja will learn what kindness means and understand what it is like to be caring, empathetic, and caring.
Kind Ninja learns how to value compassion and kindness. Find out what happens in this comedic book about kindness.Life is hard! And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out. The new children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills.
Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults. The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11. Perfect for boys, girls, young readers, primary school students, and toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike.
Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks books and box sets, and visit the author’s profile for the Kind Ninja Lesson Plan!
6. Hannah's Down Syndrome Superpowers (One Three Nine Inspired)
Author: by Lori Leigh Yarborough
Hannah, superhero princess, explains her Down Syndrome Superpowers, how they affect her, and how she’s more like other kids than different. This book is a TOOL written by a mom/pediatric physical therapist to help kids, family, friends and caregivers understand Down Syndrome.
7. Eli, Included
Author: by Michelle Sullivan
ELI, INCLUDED is a children’s picture book about a boy named Eli who has Down syndrome. This book is perfect for any classroom, whether there is a child with Down syndrome in the class or not. This book is to help the next generation see that everyone has value and something to offer.
8. I'm the Potty Master! (Easy Potty Training for Toddlers) (Louie's Little Lessons)
Author: by Liz Fletcher
Time to potty train?Great!Let’s do this! I’m the Potty Master has helped kiddos all over the globe flush with confidence. Through fun, imagination, and adventure, your child will be inspired to ditch their diapers and become the Potty Master in just a matter of days.You’ve got this!
In the third book of its series, Louie is a super elephant who is always ready for adventure, but he’s tired of his diaper weighing him down. Louie decides that maybe it’s time to become the ‘Potty Master’ and get rid of diapers for good, then comes the biggest surprise of all…
With sweet rhymes and beautiful illustrations, this potty training book inspires bravery and greatness. This potty training book is perfect for:Potty training girlsPotty training boysPotty training for busy parentsMotivating your toddler to want toilet trainEncouraging imagination, courage and braveryOvercoming toddler milestones and transitionsPromoting toddler imagination and playEncouring your child to try new things!
9. Taking Down Syndrome to School (Special Kids in School)
Author: by Jenna Glatzer
These beautifully illustrated and fun-to-read storybooks simplify and normalize complicated childhood conditions, like down syndrome. When read aloud, other children can identify why a peer may be treated differently and begin to empathize with them. In addition, children whose conditions set them apart as being different begin to feel accepted and safe.
Each book includes a Kids’ Quiz to reinforce new information and Ten Tips for Teachers to provide additional facts and ideas for teacher use. In Taking Down Syndrome to School, Nick’s story explains what Down Syndrome is and how it affects children born with it.
10. Becoming a Seriously Happy Special Needs Mom: 21 Steps to Finding Your Happy Place (Volume 1)
Author: by Linda James Bennett
Where Does the Special Needs Mom Go For Support? As a special needs mom we forget to take care of ourselves, because we are so busy taking care of everyone and everything. We are running like hamsters on a wheel, trying to find our way through this new world we live in.
This level of busy is exhausting. When a friend asks you how are you doing, how do you respond? Do you tell them you’re tired, frustrated, angry, or burnt out? Or, do you tell them about your child’s latest challenge that’s got you up against the wall?
Have you forgotten to check in with yourself? To stop and take a break or catch your breath? You may be so exhausted you can’t figure out how to take a break, you think you are out of options. The truth is you do have options.
You have many options, all within the Becoming A Seriously Happy Special Needs Mom. The guide to finding your happy place that you won’t find anywhere else. Practical tips, life lessons, and strategies to open your mind to new ways of thinking.
11. Harry's First Martial Arts Lesson: A Children's Book on Self-Discipline, Respect, Concentration/Focus and Setting Goals. (Adventures of Harry and Friends) (The Adventures of Harry and Friends)
Author: by Sarah Beliza Tucker
Are you tired of not being able to control your anger? Do you face a hard time when it comes to managing your anger? Are you tired of blowing up at people? We all are familiar with anger. It’s one of our reactions to situations.
Everyone gets angry, and it’s just like every other emotion in our body. Just as we feel happy, sad, anxious, emotional, joyful, fearful, disgusted, we can also feel angry. Learning to control your anger is critical to your physical, mental and emotional health as well.
Many of the anger management books that I’ve come across don’t address the problem at the core. They instead attempt to address the symptoms. This book will give you a fresh perspective on what anger is, where it comes from, and provide powerful, practical methods that will show you how to control anger – the right way!
The tools you will learn in this book can help no matter what your situation is. Who this book is for:Anyone who wants to remove self-damaging thinking to feel great and achieve more. Anyone who wants to stop feeling out of controlAnyone who wants to enjoy better relationships with friends and partnersAnyone who wants to know how to control anger outburstsAnyone who wants to know the best ways to deal with angerAnyone who does not understand why they are so angryAnyone who wants more empathy and skills to work with angry family, colleagues, or friends.
13. Keto Air Fryer Cookbook: 600 Low Carb Recipes To Burn Fat, Lose Weight, And Look Great Without Sacrificing The Taste!
Author: by Wendy Anderson
Get in shape by eating the best food of your life! The Ketogenic diet dishes are certainly delicious, but after a while, they can be REPETITIVE… And eating repetitively becomes BORING in the long runAnd eating boringly leads us to CRAVE for something else, something mouthwateringIn 99% of cases, these mouthwatering things (junk food) make us go overboard and undo all the results obtained up to that moment.
This is because, from a temporary mistake, breaking the diet tends to become a habit. But the good news is… You’ve just bumped up into the 600 Keto recipes for your Air Fryer specifically born to spice up your diet (and drastically lower the odds of overstretching it!.Why 600?
Well, because the more the better. Because if you always eat the same thing (even if it’s veeery good), that too tends to get boring and, ultimately, leads you to overshoot your diet. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll find in this cookbook: 600 EPIC, low-carb Keto recipes for your Air Fryer The TOP 10 Air Fryer tips (game-changing) The TOP 10 Keto diet tips (you won’t find them anywhere else) What to eat and what to avoid on the Keto diet (this is where many fall…And YOU?And so much more…
Theology and Down Syndrome: Reimagining Disability in Late Modernity (Studies in Religion, Theology, and Disability)
Author: by Amos Yong
While the struggle for disability rights has transformed secular ethics and public policy, traditional Christian teaching has been slow to account for disability in its theological imagination. Amos Yong crafts both a theology of disability and a theology informed by disability.
The result is a Christian theology that not only connects with our present social, medical, and scientific understanding of disability but also one that empowers a set of best practices appropriate to our late modern context.
15. Asperger Syndrome in Adolescence: Living with the Ups, the Downs and Things in Between
Author: by Ed. Willey, Liane Holliday
Childhood and adult experiences of individuals with Asperger Syndrome (AS) are becoming increasingly well documented, yet the crucial formative teenage years have, so far, been neglected. Adolescence is a difficult time for any teenager, but when you have Asperger Syndrome this already emotionally complex time of life becomes all the more challenging.
Reflecting the views of parents, professionals and those with AS themselves, this book tackles issues that are pertinent to all teenagers, such as sexuality, depression and friendship, as well as discussing topics like disclosure and therapeutic alternatives that are more specific to those with AS.
This book aims to make the transition from child to adult as smooth as possible, and is an essential survival guide to adolescence.