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Readers and listeners who have delighted in Diane Murrell's earlier picture book, Tobin Learns to Make Friends, will welcome her latest book written for and addressing some of the major issues faced by all children, but particularly so by those with autism spectrum disorders. Oliver the Onion doesn't like himself. But when he decides to try on the "look" of a tempting-looking orange, he soon realizes that he cannot run away from who he is but should instead celebrate his uniqueness. Oliver Onion is written for 4- to 10-year-olds but the colorful illustrations and heartfelt message will appeal to children and adults alike. A discussion guide helps teachers and others engage children in thoughtful exploration of the book.
his sensitive and heart-warming story emphasizes the importance of a strong sense of self and self-acceptance the very foundation upon which our children must develop. A great story to prepare our children for the challenges in today's diverse society.
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Diane Murrel lives a wildly scattered life in Houston, Texas, with a happy beagle and four indomitable boys, who attend four different schools. She leads clay therapy workshops for children, writes and illustrates, is pursing research and also finishing a graduate degree in social work at the Univeristy of Houston. She has no time to cook but does dance! Diane is also the author of the Tobian series of books on making friends.Review:
Children will quickly understand Oliver’s message in words and pictures that our differences make us unique -- Peter V. Nguyen, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
This beautifully illustrated book initiates discussion with children about self-acceptance, judging oneself and others, and bullying. -- Catherine Faherty, TEACCH Psychoeducational Specialist, Teacher, and
This book presents a wide array of opportunities for sharing feelings and thoughts centering on understanding and self-acceptance. --Monit Cheung, Professor of Social Work, Chair, Univeristy of Houston
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Book Description Autism Asperger Publishing Com, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1931282641
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Book Description Autism Asperger Publishing Company. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1931282641 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0817361