It's Not Easy Being a Superhero: Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder
Unlike most superheroes, Clark's superpowers aren't a secret. And instead of just one, Clark has five superpowers he must learn to control: super hearing, super sight, super smell, super taste, and super feeling. He uses his five superpowers to defeat sensory triggers, and his arch nemesis Igor Ance. This beautifully illustrated picture book helps parents, teachers, students, and friends understand what it's like for these superheroes who have sensory processing disorder and the tricks they learn to control their powers.
An Uncommon Blue: 5th Anniversary Edition (Colorblind Book 1)
In Télesphore, the glowing color of a person’s palm determines their place in society, and shaking hands with another mixes the colors permanently. When sixteen-year-old Bruno accidentally kills a royal soldier, he goes from favored to fugitive. Now Bruno's only chance at survival is to become someone else. That means a haircut, a change of wardrobe, and most important, getting rid of his once cherished Blue.
Five years ago, An Uncommon Blue hit the shelves and immediately became a Costco Best-Seller. This updated and extended anniversary edition contains new scenes, new characters, and many other changes that are sure to surprise fans and delight new readers.
The White Serpent
Something hides in the mines.
When Véronique gets sent to mine tin, Bruno is determined to rescue her. But what he finds underground will scare the crepes out of him.
More people than ever are looking to Bruno to shake things up and champion equality. But in order to gain the people's confidence, Gaspard says he's gotta read a thousand-year old book the size of Baptiste, and learn how to do magic tricks with... a walking stick?
But not everyone wants Bruno to succeed. And when things go winterdark, he'll have to rely on his ingenuity to outsmart the Dominateur and lead the people in revolution.
What's more, his subterranean secret weapon will be something no one saw coming.