Tag: book

Review: What Else Am I Feeling? By Katie Flanagan

For those who’ve been reading The SEN Resources Blog for a while now, you’ll probably remember me raving about a fantastic book for kids by Katie Flanagan called ‘What am I Feeling?‘(have a look at our review here). This book is a brilliant resource for helping children to […]

Review: My Awesome Autism by Nikki Saunders

This week we’ve had the pleasure of reading a brilliant children’s book called My Awesome Autism by Nikki Saunders. Initially written to help her own child understand his autism diagnosis, Nikki Saunders has created a wonderful resource to help all children learn about autism. My Awesome Autism features a […]

Review: A Vision of Empathy by Dunkle Deed

We’ve been reading a wonderful Children’s book this week called A Vision of Empathy by Dunkle Deed. A clever and heartwarming book that not only teaches children about autism but also shows them what empathy is and why it is so important. A Vision of Empathy is about […]

Review: Fish in a Tree

This weekend I’ve been reading a brilliant chapter book for children called Fish in a Tree. A wonderful book to help children in particular with dyslexia and/ other Special Educational Needs feel empowered. Fish in a Tree is about a girl who has moved schools many times and […]

Review: BSL Baby Sign Link Book

A few months ago, you may remember, I wrote about how you can support children learning British Sign Language (BSL). Have a read of the blog post here. As part of this article I featured some fantastic BSL resources by Deaf Books. I’m excited to share with you […]

Review Squishy Squashy Books

We’ve been trying out Imagine That Publisher’s brand new Squishy Squashy Books this week The Squishy Squashy Books with their fun short story, bright illustrations, cute characters and squishy ‘toy like’ animal are ideal for young children. In my opinion, they are also great for some older children […]