Squirmy Wormy: How I Learned to Help Myself

Squirmy Wormy: How I Learned to Help Myself

by Lynda Farrington Wilson

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Overview

Many kids have some form of SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder), but who can help them overcome their daily struggles? Wait . . . they can help themselves!

Lynda Farrington Wilson, along with Tyler and some delightful illustrations, help kids help themselves through daily life like no one has before with some great everyday tips and techniques.

Squirmy Wormy is a wonderful little children's book about a boy named Tyler, who has autism and SPD. Together with Tyler, the reader learns about SPD and what easy therapies he can do by himself to feel better. For instance: "I feel like running really fast, run run run! Maybe I just need a s-q-u-e-e-z-e between the couch cushions like a hot dog. Whew! I feel better."

Endorsed by Dr. Temple Grandin, this book is sure to help many children (who perhaps previously did not even know they had SPD) lead calmer, richer lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935567189
Publisher: Sensory Focus
Publication date: 12/01/2009
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 873,269
Product dimensions: 7.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 6 - 9 Years

About the Author

Right brain, left brain. Creative, strategic. Yin, yang.

Lynda Farrington Wilson has 25 years of experience that spans copywriting and design for advertising, promotional media and publicity, and creative account management for national and international clientele, a tenured Marketing Vice President.

Steadfast in a new direction, she is relishing in a career as a writer, children’s book author, illustrator and potter… accepting projects that challenge and inspire.  She is certified in the Affect-Based Language Curriculum, and has created ArtFriends, a unique social skills class model providing sensory and social experiences through the arts.  

Lynda and her husband have three sons, the youngest a funny, brilliant, sensory-seeker with high functioning autism.  He along with his equally brilliant older brothers has provided the impetus to write and illustrate her new book, Squirmy-Wormy, and given her the inspiration and joy to advocate on behalf of autism awareness including its challenges, and its blessings.

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