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Teacher Resources: Health and Disease: Child Rearing
Incredible edible gluten-free food for kids : 150 family-tested recipes Sanderson, Sheri L
 
Autism 24/7: A Family Guide to Learning at Home and in the Community Bondy, Andy
The autism sourcebook : everything you need to know about diagnosis, treatment, coping, and healing Exkorn, Karen Siff
First Start Program : handbook for the care of infants, toddlers, and young children with disabilities and chronic conditions 
Do-It-Yourself Early Learning: Easy and Fun Activities and Toys From Everyday Home Center Materials  Johnson, Jeff A
SOS Help for Prents: A Practical Guide for Handling Common Everday Behavior Problems Clark, Lynn
Usborne how your body works Hindley, Judy
Everybody has a body : science from head to toe : activities for teachers of children ages 3-6  Robert E Rockwell
Kids with celiac disease : a family guide to raising happy, healthy, gluten-free children  Korn, Danna
Special diets for special kids, two : more great-tasting recipes and tips for implementing special diets to aid in the treatment of autism and related developmental disorders  Lisa S Lewis
Through the glass wall : a therapist's lifelong journey to reach the children of autism  Howard Buten
OUT OF SILENCE A JOURNEY INTO LANGUAGE Martin, Russell
Speech and language disorders  Gilda Berger
Everyday heaven : journeys beyond the stereotypes of autism  Donna Williams
ADHD : a complete and authoritative guide  Michael I Reiff
The ADHD-autism connection : a step toward more accurate diagnosis and effective treatment  Diane Kennedy
Does AIDS hurt? : educating young children about AIDS  Marcia Quackenbush
TEACHING CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME ABOUT THEIR BODIES BO Couwenhoven, Terri
Facing autism : giving parents reasons for hope and guidance for help  Lynn M Hamilton
adeau, Kathleen G. Learning to slow down and pay attention : a book for kids about ADHD
Unraveling the mystery of autism and pervasive developmental disorder : a mother's story of research and recovery  Karyn Seroussi
The ASQ user's guide  Jane Squires
Kranowitz, Carol Stock The out-of-sync child : recognizing and coping with sensory integration dysfunction
Gluten-free quick & easy Carol Fenster, Ph.D.
Gluten-free, sugar-free cooking Susan O'Brien
Wheat-free, gluten free cookbook for kids and busy adults Connie Sarros
Parenting works! : parents' handbook Patricia Libby
Being with babies : understanding and responding to the infants in your care  Beverly Kovach
Raising Black children : questions and answers for parents and teachers James P. Comer
Building structures with young children  Ingrid Chalufour
THE BLOCK BOOK 
Challenging behavior in young children : understanding, preventing, and responding effectively Barbara Kaiser
1-2-3 magic  Thomas W Phelan
Too loud, too bright, too fast, too tight : what to do if you are sensory defensive in an overstimulating world Heller, Sharon.
The complete guide to Asperger's syndrome  Attwood, Tony.

Last Updated: Tuesday, Dec 28, 2010
Early Childhood Resource Center

materials, services, and programs are available to teachers, administrators, students, child care providers, parents, and anyone who works with young children.

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