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A is for "All Aboard!"


A is for "All Aboard!"

Authors: Paula Kluth Ph.D., Victoria Kluth   Illustrator: Brad Littlejohn

ISBN: 978-1-59857-071-7
Pages: 32
Copyright: 2009
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Size:  11.0 x 8.5
Stock Number:  70717
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The first alphabet book created with children with autism in mind, A Is for "All Aboard!" is the perfect way to foster literacy using children's fascinations. An ideal complement to Kluth & Chandler-Olcott's "A Land We Can Share": Teaching Literacy to Students with Autism, this one-of-a-kind book is

  • All about trains—one of the most popular interests of children with autism
  • Filled with vibrant, engaging, and uncluttered art
  • Written for children of all reading levels, with vocabulary ranging from basic concepts (bridge) to special train jargon (idler car, monorail)
  • Shaped by feedback from children with autism
  • Complete with helpful teaching tips for educators and parents

Sure to captivate children with autism—and any young train enthusiast—this book will help kids of all ages improve their literacy skills as they learn the ABCs of one of their favorite topics.

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Review: survivingateacherssalary.blogspot.com
"A wonderful children's book...Consider this for a birthday gift, a "just because" gift, or a teacher gift for the classroom!"
Review: disaboom.com
"Looking for an autism picture book that will captivate your child with an autism spectrum disorder? Search no further."
Review: parenthood.com
http://shop.parenthood.com/blog/goodreadds/2010/05/08/get-on-board-with-a-good-book-on-national-train-day-may-8th/
Review: disabilityresources.org
http://www.disabilityresources.org/rev510.htm
Review: On Wisconsin newsletter
http://onwisconsin.uwalumni.com/departments/bookshelf-spring-2010/
Review: iidcautismresources.blogspot.com/
http://iidcautismresources.blogspot.com/2010/01/is-for-all-aboard.html
Review: OnWisconsin Magazine
http://onwisconsin.uwalumni.com/departments/bookshelf-spring-2010/
Review by: Carlyn Beccia, author, Who Put the B in the Ballyhoo?; aunt of a boy with autism
"Packed with fascinating facts, the bright, bold art and clear explanations will transport train lovers of all ages on a captivating ride through locomotive lingo. All aboard!"
Review by: Lynn Kern Koegel, University of California, Santa Barbara; author, Overcoming Autism, Growing up on the Spectrum, and Pivotal Response Treatments for Autism
"Children who love trains will jump for joy when they see this book! The Kluths' book is a fabulous resource for working on letters, vocabulary, colors, and myriad other activities. The pictures are amazing and colorful, and each page provides dozens of learning opportunities."
Read Paula's Top 10 Tips for Teachers
Supporting students with autism in the inclusive classroom

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