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Adopting a Child Living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Liz Lawryk, $26.50

This book shines light on one of the most misunderstood forms of brain dysfunction, offering perspective and clarity on a confusing topic. With this information, prospective parents can discover if they are the right family for a child or teen living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.


The Adventures of Stretch More: Pick-Your-Path Stories for Solving Problems Together. Trina Epstein & Ross Greene, $26.50

Meet Stretch More, a rubber-band character who loves video games and skateboarding, but also has behavior issues that frequently get him in trouble. Stretch is very inflexible!

If you know a child like Stretch — one who has difficulty adapting to changes, handling frustrations, and problem solving — then The Adventures of Stretch More can help! The book includes three pick-your-path stories and at key points in each story, you get to pick what happens next, as Stretch learns to solve problems together with his parents and teacher.

This is the first children's book to demonstrate Collaborative & Proactive Solutions, a therapy method that presumes kids act poorly because they lack the skills to deal with challenging situations. Together, parents and children learn how to defuse the tension and build a more supportive approach to improving behavior. A perfect book for kids ages 8-13 who have ADHD, Tourette's, OCD, or Asperger's that also includes an information section for parents.


The Autistic Childís Guide: Presenting SPARK* (Self-Regulation Program of Awareness and Resilience in Kids). Heather MacKenzie, $49.95

THE AUTISTIC CHILDíS GUIDE is an innovative, evidence-based program that teaches children how to manage and regulate their behavior, thinking, and emotions more effectively. SPARK* is appropriate for any child ages two to 12, where self-regulation is a concern, such as autism spectrum disorders, fetal alcohol disorders, Fragile X, and attention deficits. This book contains step-by-step lessons that can be implemented by teachers, therapists, assistants, and parents. The SPARK* program is a comprehensive, systematic, and practical way to help children learn self-calming, resilience, and self-advocacy strategies that will last them a lifetime.

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The Best I Can Be: Living with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome or Effects. Liz Kulp & Jodee Kulp, $15.95

Liz Kulp is a teenager with FAE, Jodee Kulp is her adoptive mother. Together they have written a story that needed to be told, about the personal struggles of living with this entirely preventable disorder.


Braided Cord: Tough Times In and Out. Liz Kulp, $3595

Liz was diagnosed with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders as a young teen. Knowing her challenges and understanding her strengths helped her graduate from high school and strive to move on to independent adult life. But Liz was unprepared for life outside the safety of her family home.

Braided Cord takes readers inside the hidden world of adult transition for youth with FASD.


Calm, Alert, and Learning: Classroom Strategies for Self-Regulation. Stuart Shanker, $63.95 

Recent research tells us that one of the keys to student success is self-regulation ó the ability to monitor and modify emotions, to focus or shift attention, to control impulses, to tolerate frustration or delay gratification. But can a childís ability to self-regulate be improved?

Canadaís leading expert on self-regulation, Dr. Stuart Shanker, knows it can and that, as educators, we have an important role to play in helping studentsí develop this crucial ability. Distinguished Research Professor at York University and Past President of the Council for Early Child Development, Dr. Shanker leads us through an exploration of the five major domains ó what they are, how they work, what they look like in the classroom, and what we can do to help students strengthen in that domain.

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The Defiant Child: a Parent’s Guide to Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Douglas Riley, $18.95

The Defiant Child guides readers through the difficulties of raising a child or teenager who is attempting to ignore or defeat them at every turn. While it explains how defiant children and teens think, delving deeply into the mistaken ideas that lead them to believe that it is safe to ignore parents and challenge their authority, its chief purpose is to provide parents with a step-by-step plan to regain peace and harmony in the family.


Disorganized Children: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Edited by Samuel Stein & Uttom Chowdhury, $35.95

Disorganized children may display a range of behaviours symptomatic of ADHD, autism and/or conduct disorders, but they often fail to meet all the criteria for a clear diagnosis.

In this book, psychiatrists, speech, family and occupational therapists and neurodevelopment specialists present a range of behavioural and psychological strategies to help disorganized children improve concentration and performance in the classroom and deal with a variety of behaviour and social interaction difficulties. The authors provide an insight into the mind of disorganized children and practical guidance on how parents and professionals can best to help them achieve their full potential.


Educating Children and Young People with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Constructing Personalised Pathways to Learning. Carolyn Blackburn, Barry Carpenter & Jo Egerton, $38.50

The range of learning difficulties associated with children and young people who have Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) has been highlighted as an emerging but little understood area of special educational needs. This engaging, timely and highly practical book provides a range of specialist, tried-and-tested practical teaching and learning strategies from which teachers and support staff may construct personalised learning plans for students with FASD, and will help improve outcomes for all their children.

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Essentials of Executive Functions Assessment. George McCloskey & Lisa Perkins, $55.00

Quickly acquire the knowledge, skills and tools you need to understand and assess children and adolescents struggling with executive functions deficits.


The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with Executive Functioning Disorder. Rebecca Branstetter, $26.50

Strategies to help your child achieve the time-management skills, focus, and organization to succeed in school and life.


Executive Functioning Workbook for Teens: Help for Unprepared, Late, & Scattered Teens. Sharon Hansen, $22.95

Are you disorganized, chronically late, forgetful, or impulsive? Do you struggle to get your homework done, but never manage to turn it in on time? It may not be your fault. You might have executive functioning disorder (EFD), an attention disorder marked by an inability to stay on task that is common in people with learning disabilities. If you have tried to better manage your time and meet deadlines with little success, you may feel like giving up. THE EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING WORKBOOK FOR TEENS is an easy-to-use, practical workbook written by a licensed school counselor, and it will provide you with the skills needed to get organized, retain information, communicate effectively, and perform well in school and everyday life. Based in proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), the book offers activities that will help you better understand your disorder and cope with it effectively.

With one chapter for each of the ten main areas of EFD, the book also includes tips for initiating positive action and change, improving flexibility in thinking, sustaining attention, organizing, planning, enhancing memory, managing emotions, and building self-awareness. Written in a fun, engaging format, this book is designed to motivate and inspire you to carry out and complete tasks with ease. From handling frustration to taking notes in class, this book will help you hone the skills you need to succeed.

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Fantastic Antone Grows Up: Adolescents and Adults with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.Edited by Judith Kleinfeld, with Barbara Morse & Siobhan Wescott, $28.95

In this sequel to Fantastic Antone Succeeds, young people with FAS/E and their caregivers report on their experiences coping with the problems of adolescence and young adulthood." As in their first book, the authors and editors detail the hands-on, experiential teaching methods, concrete communication, and visual-cuing strategies which work so well for individuals with these challenges. 


Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in Adults: Ethical and Legal Perspectives. Monty Nelson & Marguerite Trussler, $179.50

Historically, the primary focus on FASD has been on children. However, this is a lifelong disorder and the implications become even more prominent and complex in adulthood. People with this condition can struggle with impulsiveness, and a host of cognitive difficulties. These cognitive difficulties result in challenges for legal systems around the world to understand their issues, and to design appropriate remedial strategies, recommendations for treatments and supports, and even for understanding the failure of many of these individuals to be able to change their behaviours effectively. Various legal and ethical dilemmas are discussed in detail in this volume by 28 authors from Europe, New Zealand and North America. These include discussions regarding the rights of the unborn child, the alcohol industry's duty to warn, whether small amounts of alcohol during pregnancy can be condoned, and even the current use of involuntary hospitalization for addicted mothers.

Other chapters discuss the need for training on FASD for front line officers, use of lies during interrogation of those with FASD, medical and legal interventions for offenders with FASD, access to diagnostic services and follow-up supports, and whether FASD can be considered a mitigating factor for sentencing. Furthermore, caregivers also provide their stories regarding the daily dilemmas that are faced in raising those with FASD.


Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Berry Carpenter, Carolyn Blackburn & Jo Egerton, $93.95

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) have emerged as a major phenomenon within the education, health, criminal justice and social care systems of many countries, with current prevalence figures suggesting that one in a hundred children and young people have FASDs. In this publication, academics, professionals and families from around the world have shared expertise and insights on FASDs. Their combined interdisciplinary perspective makes an invaluable contribution to how we understand and address the complex social, educational and health needs associated with this growing group of children and young people.

Articulating fundamental knowledge, cutting edge initiatives and emerging trends in FASDs, this book provides an evidence base that will enable services to identify and respond to the need for action on FASDs. It recognizes that families — natural, foster or adoptive — are at the heart of this process, and that their rich knowledge base, grounded in their lived experience, is crucial. Any education, social care, criminal justice or health professional working with children and young people with FASDs and their families will find this book a seminal and authoritative resource.

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Focusing and Calming Games for Children: Mindfulness Strategies and Activities to Help Children to Relax, Concentrate and Take Control. Deborah Plummer, Illustrated by Jane Serrurier, $28.95

Having the ability to focus, relax and concentrate is key to enabling children and young people to achieve emotional well-being, and is also important for a child's development of skills and abilities.

This book uses a model of 'mindfulness play' to help children to achieve well-being, which encourages children to build awareness of their inner and outer worlds. Part One covers the theoretical and practical background, setting out how to facilitate play using the mindfulness play model, including consideration of the emotional environment. Part Two includes a wealth of games and activities, from 'Body focus' and 'Fidget flop' to 'Musical drawings' and 'Pass a smile'. The activities are suitable for use with groups and individual children aged 5–12, and can be adapted for children with specific attention and concentration difficulties, such as ADHD, and for older children.

This is an ideal resource for teachers, counsellors, social workers, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, youth workers, parents, and carers.


Helping Teens Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities & Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making & Self-Control. Brad Chapin, $57.95 (includes a CD-ROM of reproducible material) Grades 7-12

Self-regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success, emotional control, and healthy social interaction. With these resources you will be able to address anger problems, academic performance challenges, anxieties, school safety issues, self-esteem, social skills, and much more. The books provide a solid yet flexible foundation for intervention. The individual strategies are presented in a simple step-by-step process using lessons activities and reproducible worksheets. These strategies can be used individually for a quick intervention, or they can be used to create dozens of unique curricula — tailor made to target specific problem areas for small groups or classrooms.

The authors have split the self-regulation training process into three functional areas: physical, emotional, and cognitive. Using strategies based soundly upon the evidence base of cognitive-behavioral psychology this resource will help you move children and teens progressively through skill areas in each of these three domains. The strategies are creative, fresh, and engaging in order to effect change quickly and increase the long-term impact.


Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities & Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making & Self-Control. Brad Chapin & Matthew Penner, $57.95 (includes a CD-ROM of reproducible material) Grades K-8

Self-regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success emotional control and healthy social interaction. With this single resource you will be able to address children's anger problems, academic performance challenges, anxieties, school safety issues, self-esteem, social skills, and much more. This resource provides a solid yet flexible foundation for intervention. The individual strategies are presented in a simple step-by-step process using lessons activities and reproducible worksheets. These strategies can be used individually for a quick intervention with children, or they can be used to create dozens of unique curricula — tailor made to target specific problem areas for small groups or classrooms.

The authors have split the self-regulation training process into three functional areas: physical, emotional, and cognitive. Using strategies based soundly upon the evidence base of cognitive-behavioral psychology this resource will help you move children progressively through skill areas in each of these three domains. The strategies are creative, fresh, and engaging in order to effect change quickly and increase the long-term impact on children.

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Home Visitor’s Guidebook: Promoting Optimal Parent & Child Development, 3rd Edition. Carol Klass, $49.50

The ultimate professional development resource for early interventionists, social workers, therapists, and other home visitors, this research-based guidebook is enhanced throughout with up-to-date references and new material on today's hot topics.


The Impulsive, Disorganized Child: Solutions for Parenting Kids with Executive Functioning Difficulties. James Forgan & Mary Anne Richey, $24.95

Impulsive, scattered, lost, unfocused, unprepared, disorganized: These are just a few of the words used to describe kids with executive functioning deficits, which commonly affect many children already diagnosed with ADHD, learning disabilities, and autism. The Impulsive, Disorganized Child: Solutions for Parenting Kids With Executive Functioning Difficulties helps parents pinpoint weak executive functions in their children, then learn how to help their kids overcome these deficits with practical, easy solutions.

Children who can't select, plan, initiate, or sustain action toward their goals are children who simply struggle to succeed in school and other aspects of life. Parents need the helpful, proven advice and interactive surveys and action plans in this book to empower them to take positive action to teach their disorganized, impulsive child to achieve independence, success, and a level of self-support.


The Kids' Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control: Simple Stuff to Help Children Regulate their Emotions and Senses. Lauren Brukner, Illustrated by Apsley, $25.95

Packed with simple ideas to regulate the emotions and senses, this book will help children tackle difficult feelings head-on and feel awesome and in control! From breathing exercises, pressure holds and finger pulls, to fidgets, noise-reducing headphones and gum, the book is brimming with fun stuff to help kids feel cool, calm and collected. They will learn how to label difficult feelings, choose the perfect strategies and tools to tackle them, and use these correctly whether at home or at school. The strategies and tools are accompanied by cartoon-style illustrations, and the author includes useful tips for parents and teachers as well as handy visual charts and checklists to track learning and progress.

Armed with this book, kids will be well on their way to managing difficult emotions and feeling just right in whatever situation life throws at them! Suitable for children with emotional and sensory processing difficulties aged approximately 7 to 14 years.

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Message in a Bottle: the Making of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Janet Golden, $24.50

A generation has passed since a physician first noticed that women who drank heavily while pregnant gave birth to underweight infants with disturbing tell-tale characteristics. Women whose own mothers enjoyed martinis while pregnant now lost sleep over a bowl of rum raisin ice cream. In Message in a Bottle, Janet Golden charts the course of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) through the courts, media, medical establishment, and public imagination Ö Golden argues that the reaction to FAS was shaped by the struggle over women's relatively new abortion rights and the escalating media frenzy over "crack" babies. It was increasingly used as evidence of the moral decay found within marginalized communities - from inner-city neighborhoods to Indian reservations. With each reframing, FAS became a currency traded by politicians and political commentators, lawyers, public health professionals, and advocates for underrepresented minorities, each pursuing separate aims.


Not Exactly as Planned: a Memoir of Adoption, Secrets, and Abiding Love. Linda Rosenbaum, $19.95

Not Exactly As Planned is a captivating, deeply moving account of adoption and the unexpected challenges of raising a child with fetal alcohol syndrome. Linda Rosenbaumís life takes a major turn when her son, adopted at birth, is diagnosed with irreversible brain damage. With love, hope and all the medical knowledge she can accumulate, she sets out to change his prognosis and live with as much joy as she can while struggling to accept her new reality. Not Exactly As Planned is more than a story of motherlove. Itís about birdwatching, bar mitzvahs, the collision of í60ís ideals with the real world, family secrets and woodcarving.


Nuzzle. Donnie Kanter Winokur, $16.95 CD Audio book, 30 minutes

This is the story of the loving relationship between a boy with FASD and his service dog.

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Our FAScinating Journey: Keys to Brain Potential Along the Path of Prenatal Brain Injury, 3rd Edition. Jodee Kulp, $31.95

With her workshops, books and educational materials, Jodee Kulp has tirelessly advocated for children born with FASD and the families who care for them. This new collection of intervention strategies, personal accounts and practical support is a valuable resource for parents, educators and clinicians.


Pathways to Competence for Young Children: a Parenting Program (Book and CD-ROM). Sarah Landy & Elizabeth Thompson, $79.95

With Pathways to Competence for Young Children: a Parenting Program, professionals can help parents understand and manage their child’s behavior and take an active role in guiding social-emotional development. Developed from Sarah Landy’s highly regarded child development book, Pathways to Competence, this manual-and-CD set shows how to set up, lead, and evaluate a parenting program for parents of children from birth to age 7. This one-of-a-kind program is:

  • Proven effective. Field tested for 10 years with hundreds of parents, this program has proved highly successful in improving child behavior and enhancing parenting skills.
  • Hands-on and practical. Professionals will learn how to lead group discussions, activities and exercises, and role-plays on key parenting challenges.
  • Versatile. Materials can be used for a 10-, 15-, or 20-week parenting group, and professionals can tailor the program to suit their needs. The program is appropriate for a wide range of audiences, including parents with depression, teen mothers, and parents of children with behavior problems.

Everything professionals need to conduct a Pathways to Competence Parenting Group is included: more than 140 parent handouts (easy to print from the CD-ROM inside this book), instructions on structuring and leading sessions, problem-solving tips, and evaluation guidelines. With this engaging and effective program, parents will discover how to strengthen their relationships with their children and foster the healthy social-emotional development children need to manage life’s challenges.

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Restorative Practice and Special Needs: a Practical Guide to Working Restoratively with Young People. Nick Burnett & Margaret Thorsborne, $41.95

Restorative Practice (RP) is an effective approach to discipline that has the potential to transform behaviour by focusing on building and restoring relationships. This practical guide explains how to implement restorative approaches with young people with special needs in educational or residential settings. The book explores how RP is being used in general terms and through a number of case studies looks at how RP needs to be adapted for those with additional needs including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability and communication difficulties. It includes guidance on particular issues such as staff facing crises, the issue of physical restraint and additional support parents require.


The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids. Karen Dalgliesh, $18.99

Sensory Kids — like those with sensory processing disorder, anxiety disorder, AD/HD, autism, bipolar disorder, and OCD — often feel frustrated and overwhelmed, creating stress in everyday life for the whole family. Now, with THE SENSORY CHILD GETS ORGANIZED, there’s help and hope.

As a professional organizer and parent of a sensory child, Carolyn Dalgliesh knows firsthand the struggles parents face in trying to bring out the best in their rigid, anxious, or distracted children. She provides simple, effective solutions that help these kids thrive at home and in their day-to-day activities, and in this book you’ll learn how to:

  • Understand what makes your sensory child tick
  • Create harmonious spaces through sensory organizing
  • Use structure and routines to connect with your child
  • Prepare your child for social and school experiences
  • Make travel a successful and fun-filled journey

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Substance Abuse During Pregnancy. Hilary Smith Connery & William Rayburn, Editors, $113.00

This issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America focuses on various issues related directly to pregnancies complicated by substance use. Topics of interest include epidemiology and screening for hazardous and harmful substance use, teratogenic risks, psychiatric co-morbidities, comprehensive treatment approaches before and after delivery, fetal surveillance, and team-based perinatal management. Particularly new information relates to prescribing buprenorphine, neonatal abstinence syndrome, and adolescent substance use.

Our intent is to activate attention to issues about substance use disorders for all providers caring for pregnant women and women of child-bearing age who may be at increased risk for unintended pregnancy due to substance use patterns. Practical information provided herein will hopefully offer strategies to optimize team-based care for this vulnerable population and their unborn infants. We are grateful to our friends and colleagues, who contributed their time and expertise to this edition. Their commitment to quality care and advancement of patient safety are exemplary.


Train Your Brain for Success: a Teenager's Guide to Executive Functions. Randy Kulman, $19.95

TRAIN YOUR BRAIN FOR SUCCESS provides adolescents with practical, user-friendly strategies to improve their organizational, planning, memory, and time-management skills. This easy-to-read guide should help teenagers and their parents to work on skills that are critical for success in school and life in general.


Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: a Guide for Parents, Carers, and Professionals. Maria Catterick & Liam Curran, $24.95

This is the essential guide to FASD — the most common non-genetic learning disability, which is caused by alcohol consumption during pregnancy. It explains how FASD affects individuals at different stages of their lives, how you can identify it, and gives advice on how to support children, young people and adults with FASD.

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Complete Booklist

Adopting a Child Living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Liz Lawryk, $26.50

The Best I Can Be: Living with FAS for Kids and Teens. Liz Kulp, $15.95

Braided Cord: Tough Times In and Out. Liz Kulp, $35.95

The Broken Cord. Michael Dorris, $18.50

The Challenge of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Overcoming Secondary Disabilities. Ann Streissguth & J. Kanter, $24.00

Conceiving Risk: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome & the Diagnosis of Moral Disorder. Elizabeth Armstrong, $28.95

Damaged Angels: a Mother Discovers the Terrible Cost of Alcohol in Pregnancy. Bonnie Buxton, $24.95

Educating Children and Young People with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Constructing Personalised Pathways to Learning. Carolyn Blackburn, Barry Carpenter & Jo Egerton, $38.50

Fantastic Antone Grows Up: Adolescents and Adults with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. J. Kleinfeld, et al (eds), $28.95

Fantastic Antone Succeeds! Experiences in Educating Children with FAE-FAS. Judith Kleinfield, $24.50

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in Adults: Ethical and Legal Perspectives. Monty Nelson & Marguerite Trussler, $179.50

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Berry Carpenter, Carolyn Blackburn & Jo Egerton, $93.95

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: a Guide for Families and Communities. Ann Streissguth, $44.50

Forfeiting All Sanity: a Motherís Story of Raising a Child with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Jennfer Poss Taylor, $12.50

Message in a Bottle: the Making of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Janet Golden, $24.50

Not Exactly as Planned: a Memoir of Adoption, Secrets, and Abiding Love. Linda Rosenbaum, $19.95

Nuzzle. Donnie Kanter Winokur, $16.95 CD Audio book, 30 minutes (school age)

Our FAScinating Journey: Keys to Brain Potential Along the Path of Prenatal Brain Injury, 3rd Edition. Jodee Kulp, $31.95

Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: a Guide for Parents, Carers, and Professionals. Maria Catterick & Liam Curran, $24.95

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Related Resources                             

The Adventures of Stretch More: Pick-Your-Path Stories for Solving Problems Together. Trina Epstein & Ross Greene, $26.50

Affect Regulation and the Development of Psychopathology. Susan Bradley, $30.95

The Autistic Childís Guide: Presenting SPARK* (Self-Regulation Program of Awareness and Resilience in Kids). Heather MacKenzie, $49.95

Becoming Attached: Unfolding the Mystery of the Infant-Mother Bond and Its Impact on Later Life. Robert Karen, $29.50

Calm, Alert, and Learning: Classroom Strategies for Self-Regulation. Stuart Shanker, $63.95

Child Development for Child Care and Protection Workers. Brigid Daniel et al, $34.95

The Defiant Child: a Parentís Guide to Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Douglas Riley, $18.95

Disorganized Children: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Edited by Samuel Stein & Uttom Chowdhury, $35.95

Early Intervention with Multi-Risk Families: An Integrative Approach. Sarah Landy & Roseanne Menna, $66.95

Essentials of Executive Functions Assessment. George McCloskey & Lisa Perkins, $55.00

The Explosive Child: a New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children. Ross Greene, $19.99

The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with Executive Functioning Disorder. Rebecca Branstetter, $26.50

Executive Functioning Workbook for Teens: Help for Unprepared, Late, & Scattered Teens. Sharon Hansen, $22.95

Focusing and Calming Games for Children: Mindfulness Strategies and Activities to Help Children to Relax, Concentrate and Take Control. Deborah Plummer, Illustrated by Jane Serrurier, $28.95

Helping Teens Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities & Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of † Responsible Decision-Making & Self-Control. Brad Chapin, $57.95 Grades 7-12

Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation: Lessons, Activities & Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making & Self-Control. Brad Chapin & Matthew Penner, $57.95 Grades K-8

Home Visitorís Guidebook: Promoting Optimal Parent & Child Development, 3rd Edition. Carol Klass, $73.95

The Impulsive, Disorganized Child: Solutions for Parenting Kids with Executive Functioning Difficulties. James Forgan & Mary Anne Richey, $24.95

The Kids' Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control: Simple Stuff to Help Children Regulate Their Emotions and Senses. Lauren Brukner, Illustrated by Apsley, $25.95

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The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Integration Dysfunction. Carol Kranowitz, $17.50

The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids with Sensory Integration Dysfunction. Carol Kranowitz, $17.50

Pathways to Competence: Encouraging Healthy Social and Emotional Development in Young Children, 2nd Edition. Sarah Landy, $65.95

Pathways to Competence for Young Children: a Parenting Program (Book and CD-ROM). Sarah Landy & Elizabeth Thompson, $79.95

Pediatric Disorders of Regulation in Affect and Behavior. Georgia DeGangi, $68.95

Raising Children Who Refuse to Be Raised: Parenting Skills and Therapy Interventions for the Most Difficult Children. Dave Ziegler, $33.50

Restorative Practice and Special Needs: a Practical Guide to Working Restoratively with Young People. Nick Burnett & Margaret Thorsborne, $41.95

The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids. Karen Dalgliesh, $18.99

Sensory Integration and Self-Regulation in Infants and Toddlers: Helping Very Young Children Interact with Their Environment. G. Gordon Williamson & Marie Anzalone, $24.95

Substance Abuse During Pregnancy. Hilary Smith Connery & William Rayburn, Editors, $113.00

The Survival Guide for Kids with Behavior Challenges: How to Make Good Choices and Stay Out of Trouble. Tom McIntyre, $21.99 (ages 9-14)

Teaching the Tiger: a Handbook for Individuals Involved in the Education of Students with Attention Deficit Disorders, Tourette Syndrome or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Marilyn Dornbush & Sheryl Pruitt, $49.95

Train Your Brain for Success: a Teenager's Guide to Executive Functions. Randy Kulman, $19.95

Transforming the Difficult Child: the Nurtured Heart Approach. Howard Glasser and Jennifer Easley, $27.95

Treating Explosive Kids: the Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach. Ross Greene & J. Stuart Ablon, $58.50

You Make the Difference in Helping Your Child Learn. Ayala Manolson et al, $24.95 (also available in French, Spanish, Chinese, Dutch, and an Aboriginal edition at the same price

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