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Down Syndrome: What You CAN Do By Qadoshyah Fish
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Down Syndrome: What You CAN Do is designed to give parents, friends, families, and professionals accurate and up-to-date information about Down syndrome. Information in the book is written by... More > doctors, parents, professionals & individuals with Down syndrome. This book is written with the idea that many families would have benefited from a book like this when their child was diagnosed with Down syndrome. NOTE: THIS BOOK IS FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS, AS THE SHIPPING IS CHEAPER FOR THEM.< Less
Guia del Curriculo Preescolar By Susan Boswell
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A Spanish curriculum planning and monitoring guide for young children with Autism and related communication disorders.
Mommy Confidential: Adventures from the Wonderbelly of Motherhood By Melinda Roberts
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Take a woman fresh out of college, plop her down in Silicon Valley, saddle her with a mortgage, let her ride the tech boom, give her three babies in four years, slap her with the tech bust, watch... More > vicariously as her marriage disintegrates, end her career, and hand her a computer. What do you get? A memoir in real time adapted from the wildly popular weblog, The Mommy Blog.Mommy Confidential is a naked, brutally funny, endearingly honest chronicle of family life beset by disaster on many fronts. Mindy keeps her family together through catastrophic illness, four bouts of postpartum depression, financial peril, relationship Chernobyl, familial Waterloo, and job instability. All through it her sense of humor and her sharp, edgy, witty writing keep her together and upright.< Less
Brave Will By Matt Hladun
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On September 12, 2008, Will Hladun was admitted to the hospital. Six days later he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and given a slim chance of survival. He was two-months old at the... More > time. For nearly every day during his five month battle with cancer, Will's father wrote letters to him in hopes that some day Will would have a better understanding of what happened to him when he was a baby. The letters shared the fears, the triumphs, the sadness, and the courage of a little baby boy that became known across the country and world as Brave Will. The letters gave everyone who followed a glimpse into the struggles of a family trying to cope with the unthinkable. However, in the midst of tragedy, a little baby, who couldn't speak a word, managed to teach lessons about life, hope, courage, devotion, and love. And for that, we are forever grateful to have been part of the life of Brave Will.< Less