Review: Anne Zierty and Sleeping

As a tutor for children with Special Educational Needs (www.cheshiresentutor.com) and a mum of two, I was excited when I came across a new series of children’s books that aim to support children with Autism (www.orticals.com). 

The books feature  ‘magical little creatures’ called Orticals who’s role is to help children with their worries and problems.

 We read  ‘Anne Zierty and Sleeping‘,  a book about forgeting your worries and falling asleep easily at bedtime . 

What did I like about it? 

  • It’s unique- From the unusual looking faces of the Orticals to the real bird’s feather that’s included with the story- this book really is quite unique. 

  • It’s aim– I love that this book (and series of books) aims to help children with Autism. 
  • Calming– the book is written in rhyme with detailed descriptions and illustrations helping children to relax. 

  • Pocket size- it is a brilliant size, perfect to fit in your bag- so can be taken easily on trips away and holidays. 

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