Matthew has a problem. His mouth has a mind of its own. His brain thinks one thing, but his mouth says another. He can't participate in class discussions. He can't ask the other kids to play with him at recess. He can't even say his own name! Luckily, he is referred to the school speech therapist, who helps him tame his wild mouth.
This story was written by Patricia L. Mervine, M.A., CCC, a speech/language pathologist who works with students like Matthew every day.
Reviews for "The Mouth With a Mind of Its Own:"
"With a perfect blend of humor, fact, and whimsy, Pat Mervine has fashioned a story that needed to be told.This entertaining, educational book will delight and inform not only the children, but their parents and teachers, as well." -- Linda Eve Seth, SLP, M.Ed.Author & Presenter
"Cute, informative, and fun to read! A terrific and realistic story to educate, motivate, and inspire your speech kids, as well as parents." -- Char Boshart, M.A., CCC-SLP, Speech Dynamics, Inc., Author & Presenter
|Publisher:||Speaking of Speech.com., Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.08(d)|
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