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Look at Me Look at Me: An Eye Contact Game for You and Me

Gallagher, Sophia

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ISBN 10: 0996794905 / ISBN 13: 9780996794909
Editorial: Thunder Child Productions, LLC DBA Puppyducks
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Título: Look at Me Look at Me: An Eye Contact Game ...

Editorial: Thunder Child Productions, LLC DBA Puppyducks

Encuadernación: PAPERBACK

Condición del libro:New

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"Three cheers for David Cruz! His engaging art style makes this book a must-read for all children." Jennifer L. Holm, New York Times-bestselling author of The Fourteenth Goldfish and co-creator of the Babymouse series. "The publication of your book is a testament to your hard work and will now help other children enhance their communications skills." NJ Governor Chris Christie "This beautifully illustrated children's book is not only for mentally challenged youngsters but also for all young people. It points out that we all short face the person to whom we are speaking and make eye contact. Adults also can benefit from the message." - Connie McNamara, retired English teacher "Look At Me Look At Me is a wonderful book that teaches the importance of acknowledgement when interacting in social situations. This is something many take for granted and few actually remember to do. This is a creative practical way to teach young students the importance of social skills that may or may not be addressed at home. What I found appealing, about this book as well, is that it was illustrated by a young man with autism. This would be an excellent read aloud for younger students not only for the social skills impact but to open discussions about how wonderfully each of us is made and how differences can also be strengths. I would like to see these books in print and used in the classrooms. It would be a great addition to social studies lessons as well." - Becky Villareal, Elementary School Teacher "The simple, rhyming text and colorful illustrations help teach children an important social skill. Children will enjoy reading along with the rhyming words as the characters demonstrate how to make and maintain eye contact when engaging in conversation. David's illustrations are sure to entertain children and adults. Congratulations to everyone involved in creating this book." - Michele Eastman, author of Legend of the Dust Bunnies

"Three cheers for David Cruz! His engaging art style makes this book a must-read for all children." Jennifer L. Holm, New York Times-bestselling author of The Fourteenth Goldfish and co-creator of the Babymouse series.

"The publication of your book is a testament to your hard work and will now help other children enhance their communications skills.

" NJ Governor Chris Christie "This beautifully illustrated children's book is not only for mentally challenged youngsters but also for all young people. It points out that we all short face the person to whom we are speaking and make eye contact. Adults also can benefit from the message." - Connie McNamara, retired English teacher

"The simple, rhyming text and colorful illustrations help teach children an important social skill. Children will enjoy reading along with the rhyming words as the characters demonstrate how to make and maintain eye contact when engaging in conversation. David's illustrations are sure to entertain children and adults. Congratulations to everyone involved in creating this book. " - Michele Eastman, author of Legend of the Dust Bunnies

"Look At Me Look At Me is a wonderful book that teaches the importance of acknowledgement when interacting in social situations. This is something many take for granted and few actually remember to do. This is a creative practical way to teach young students the importance of social skills that may or may not be addressed at home. What I found appealing, about this book as well, is that it was illustrated by a young man with autism.
This would be an excellent read aloud for younger students not only for the social skills impact but to open discussions about how wonderfully each of us is made and how differences can also be strengths. I would like to see these books in print and used in the classrooms. It would be a great addition to social studies lessons as well." - Becky Villareal, Elementary School Teacher

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