Caillou meets Sophie : a story about autism

by Thompson, Kim, 1964-

Format: Print Book 2019
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
Available (2)
Location Collection Call #
Baldwin Borough Library Picture Book J CAI
Location  Baldwin Borough Library
Collection  Picture Book
Call Number  J CAI
Oakmont Carnegie Library Easy Fiction E CAI
Location  Oakmont Carnegie Library
Collection  Easy Fiction
Call Number  E CAI

Understanding autism

While playing at the park, Caillou meets Sophie, an autistic girl. She doesn'tspeak, doesn't like loud noises, but sees many beautiful things that otherchildren usually don't notice. In her very own way, she communicates withCaillou.

At her side, Caillou learns about the peculiarities of the autistic condition andunderstands that children with autism like to have fun, just like everyone. At theend of the day, Caillou is happy he made a new friend.

Caillou Meets Sophie, A Story About Autism contains a poster that describesthe main characteristics of autism and the attitudes that should be adoptedto facilitate the integration of children with autism into a group.

An informative poster to support interaction with autistic children included; A Spirited friendship is created by two children willing to try; The poster included is approved by Autism Canada.
Additional Information
Subjects Autism -- Juvenile fiction.
Autism -- Fiction.
Publisher Toronto :2019
Contributors Allard, Mario, 1969- illustrator.
Language English
Notes Accompanying material may include 1 folded poster.
Description 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 21 cm
ISBN 9782897185053
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