This colorfully illustrated storybook, based on the idea created by Susanne Poulette Truesdale (1990), provides fun ways to teach children an abstract but essential idea - that their eyes, hands, brains - their whole bodies! - communicate and affect the people around them. Parents, teachers and therapists use this book to teach this challenging concept through illustrated scenarios at home, in the car, with friends, with grandparents - and a number of other very recognizable situations. A book for all younger kids, it can be read with the child and the child can then read the book on his or her own, with siblings, friends, grandparents - it's sure to spark some great discussions! Developed from years of using Whole Body Listening Larry to teach children in their practice, speech language pathologists Kristen Wilson and Elizabeth Sautter have honed the lessons to what really works - and illustrator Eric Hutchison uses his experience in the entertainment industry to make the lessons jump off the page. Includes handout at end of book for copying and ideas and images to use to reinforce lessons.
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