What Does Happy Look Like? by Joseph Karim, Silvana Karim


What Does Happy Look Like? by Joseph Karim, Silvana Karim

Emotions are difficult for most children to understand, but they pose a particular challenge for children with autism spectrum disorders due to their literal and concrete way of thinking and learning. Help for young children now comes in the form of this charming picture book, which presents examples of the basic emotions, happy, sad, mad, etc., in environments and situations that are familiar to children and, therefore, are easier to understand. Fun activities at the back of the book make this a truly interactive instructional experience.

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47 pages


Joseph Karim, Silvana Karim
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Publication date

15th December 2009



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