The Sensory Team Handbook
A hands-on tool to help young people make sense of their senses and take charge of their sensory processing
The Sensory Team Handbook is the first book on sensory processing written for pre-teens and young teens. upbeat, humorous, and hands-on, each chapter is stuffed with comics, cartoons, diagrams, quizzes, trivia, and question-answer sections. The Handbook compares the senses to a sports team in need of a coach and then shows the reader how to become that coach. This unique sensory team approach turns therapy into something kids can do by and for themselves. Entirely jargon-free, and written in simple, everyday language, The Sensory Team Handbook will inspire kids and teens to take charge of their own sensory issues.
A comic book on common sense and social skills for young people with Asperger’s and ADHD
If common sense is so common, then why don’t I have it? Come explore the invisible world of common sense and its often hilarious connection to real life! Comic Sense shows what’s common–and what’s comic–about sense. It uses comics to reveal the hidden patterns behind social reasoning. Instead of listing rules and blunders, it takes you behind the scenes to discover what everyone else seems to know. The result is a new way of looking at the social world. With over 300 illustrations, Comic Sense is a unique and engaging book–an essential social skills tool for anyone who thinks in pictures.
More Comic Sense
More comics and cartoons on common sense and social skills for young people
If common sense is so sensible, then why doesn’t it make sense to me? Welcome to the sometimes non-sensible but always entertaining world of common sense. More Comic Sense starts where Comic Sense left off–exploring more of the unwritten rules, invisible patterns, and quiet logic of our social world. Fully illustrated with comics, cartoons, and diagrams, More Comic Sense brings common sense within the grasp of visual thinkers.
About the Author
Nancy Mucklow is a writer, editor, teacher, and parent who brings her practical real-world experience with sensory issues to a pre-teen and teen audience. She is editorial director of Michael Grass House and writes the Michael Grass House blog.