Albert Goes to School : Helping Teachers and Children Understand Autism
Albert Goes to School: Helping Teachers and Children Understand Autism describes the challenges that Albert faces at school, as a child with autism. As the readers follow Albert through his school day, they gain insight into his behaviors. This read-aloud book is colorfully designed to hold the attention of both children and adults. This book gives the reader a glimpse into Albert's world. Albert Goes to School presents a positive attitude and is a must-read for children, family members, teachers and community members.
- Paperback | 32 pages
- 203.2 x 254 x 2.03mm | 122.47g
- 11 Feb 2015
- United States
- Large type / large print
- Large Print
- colour illustrations
About Dr Linda Barboa
Dr. Linda Barboa holds degrees in speech pathology and audiology, psychology, and early childhood education. She is an experienced Speech-Language Pathologist, with a background as a Special Education Director, Director of a Center for Autism, and University Professor. She has worked as an educator in the United States and Europe and has presented numerous programs to professionals across the country. Dr. Barboa is the author of several books about autism, including Stars in Her Eyes: Navigating the Maze of Childhood Autism, Steps: Forming a Disability Ministry, and Tic Toc Autism Clock: A Guide to Your 24/7 Parent Plan. Along with Jan Luck, she also authored the book Albert is My Friend, which has been translated into several languages. Dr. Barboa currently resides in Battlefield, Missouri with her husband, Mike.