THE BOOKS

My Friend Eddie

My Friend Eddie is told from a child’s point of view about his friend with autism. The student explains some of his friend’s characteristics that can accompany autism along with situations that may occur in the school setting. This book also includes strategies that can be used in the school setting.  My Friend Eddie is designed to help teachers explain autism to students in a way that will promote understanding and foster positive peer relationships in their classrooms.

My Friend Taylor

​My Friend Taylor is told from a child’s point of view about her friend with a hearing impairment. The student explains some of her friend’s characteristics that can accompany Hearing impairments along with situations that may occur in the school setting. This book also includes strategies that can be used in the school setting.  My Friend Taylor is designed to help teachers explain hearing impairments to students in a way that will promote understanding and foster positive peer relationships in their classrooms.

My Friend Kevin

My Friend Kevin is told from a child's point of view about their friend with an emotional disability. The student explains some of their friend’s characteristics that can accompany emotional disabilities along with situations that may occur in the school setting. This book also includes strategies that can be used in the school setting.  My Friend Kevin is designed to help teachers explain emotional disabilities to students in a way that will promote understanding and foster positive peer relationships in their classrooms.

My Friend Lucy

My Friend Lucy is told from a classmates point of view about her friend with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.  The student explains some of her friends characteristics that can accompany ADHD along with situations that can occur in the school setting.  This book also includes strategies that can be used in the classroom.  My Friend Lucy is designed to help teachers explain ADHD to students in a way that will promote understanding and foster positive peer relationahips in their classrooms. 

My Friend Jake

 

My Friend Jake is told from a child's point of view about their friend with down syndrome. The student explains some of their friend’s characteristics that can accompany down syndrome along with situations that may occur in the school setting. This book also includes strategies that can be used in the school setting.  My Friend Jake is designed to help teachers explain down syndrome to students in a way that will promote understanding and foster positive peer relationships in their classrooms.