Books For Moms of Special Needs Kids

My Top Ten Tuesday Collection

I have written about a variety of topics, for Top Ten Tuesday, over the course of this year and I thought it would be fun to revisit them.

  1. 10 Things We Love About Our New Kitty – A fun post about our new kitty with some adorable pictures.
  2. Top Ten Christmas Decorations From My Childhood – This post was a nostalgic walk down memory lane for me.
  3. Top Ten Things I Say To My Kids Everyday – I read the list again and it still holds true, although there are a few more that I could add now.
  4. Top Ten Building Adventures – Fun pictures of the kids building with a variety of different building toys.
  5. Top Ten Ways To Make Pizza That Isn’t Pizza – This was a fun post to research. I am looking forward to revisiting all these ideas after Christmas.
  6. 10 Ideas For Stretching Your Large Family Food Dollars – These ideas might come in handy as you start the new year and recover from any Christmas over spending (you didn’t do that, right?).
  7. Top Ten Ways The iPad Has Changed Our Homeschooling – The uses for the iPad in a homeschool setting are limited only by your imagination and creativity.
  8. Top 10 Books For Parents Of Boys (and the next 40) – Are you the parent one or more boys? Are you looking for some good books to read? Check out this list.
  9. Ten Special Needs Books That I Have Read – These books were all very useful to us in our journey with a child with autism.
  10. Ten Special Needs Books That I Want To Read – Why is it that I never have enough time to catch up on my reading? (Okay, don’t answer that please.)

Which post was your favorite?

Do you have any Top Ten posts on your blog? I would love to read them. Leave me a note in the comments and I will come and find you. 

I am linking up with Top Ten Tuesday.

Top Ten Tuesday

Ten Special Needs Books That I Want To Read

Last week, I wrote a list of Special Needs Books that I have read. This is my list of books that I want to read.

  1. Playing, Laughing and Learning with Children on the Autism Spectrum: A Practical Resource of Play Ideas for Parents and Carers by Julia Moor. You can read more about the author.
  2. Louder Than Words: A Mother’s Journey in Healing Autism by Jenny McCarthy. You can read more about the author.
  3. Born On A Blue Day: Inside the Extraordinary Mind of an Autistic Savant by Daniel Tammet. You can read more about the author.
  4. The Autism Cookbook: 101 Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Recipes by Susan K. Delaine and Peter J. Bauth. You can visit The Autism Cookbook on Facebook.
  5. Neurodiversity: Discovering the Extraordinary Gifts of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Other Brain Differences by Thomas Armstrong You can visit the author’s website.
  6. Special-Needs Kids Eat Right: Strategies to Help Kids on the Autism Spectrum Focus, Learn, and Thrive by Judy Converse. You can read more about the book and the author.
  7. Autism’s Hidden Blessings: Discovering God’s Promises for Autistic Children & Their Families by Kelly Langston. You can visit the book’s website or the facebook page.
  8. Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s by John Elder Robison. Visit the author’s website.
  9. Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues Lindsey Biel (Author), Nancy Peske (Author). You can read more about this book here.
  10. Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to Do If You Are Sensory Defensive in an Overstimulating World by Sharon Heller (Author). You can read more about the author and the book.

I know it was supposed to be a list of ten, so just consider these bonus reads and don’t tell anyone, okay (thanks).

  1. Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder: A Family Guide to Understanding & Supporting Your Sensory-Sensitive Child Christopher R. Auer (Author), Susan L. Blumberg (Author). Visit the website to read more about the book.
  2. Tools for Parents A Handbook to Bring Sensory Integration into the Home developed by Diana A. Henry, M.S., OTR/L, and Tammy Wheeler, M.S., OTR/L. Read more about the book.

I am linking this post up with Top Ten Tuesdays and Hip Homeschool Hop.

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