The Superhero Brain

This story speaks to children who have autism, and explains to them what it means in a way that leaves them feeling empowered and able to make their dreams come true.

The Superhero Brain

This story speaks to children who have autism, and explains to them what it means in a way that leaves them feeling empowered and able to make their dreams come true. The story refers to sensory issues as "special powers" and explains how living with autism can be awesome and at the same time also feel tricky sometimes. The Superhero Brain is written by a mother to her autistic son. The story was initially only intended to be for her son, to help him better understand himself, but has since turned in to a book available for everyone to share with their children. To help your child relate to the message in this story, the book is available with a number of different characters. The book is part of a series, and if your family is living with autism, you may also want to take a look at Christel Land's other title "The Superhero Heart", which explains living with autism to brothers and sisters in the same empowering, magical way.

The Superhero Brain

This story speaks to children who have autism, and explains to them what it means in a way that leaves them feeling empowered and able to make their dreams come true.

The Superhero Brain

This story speaks to children who have autism, and explains to them what it means in a way that leaves them feeling empowered and able to make their dreams come true. The story refers to sensory issues as "special powers" and explains how living with autism can be awesome and at the same time also feel tricky sometimes. The Superhero Brain is written by a mother to her autistic son. The story was initially only intended to be for her son, to help him better understand himself, but has since turned in to a book available for everyone to share with their children. To help your child relate to the message in this story, the book is available with a number of different characters. The book is part of a series, and if your family is living with autism, you may also want to take a look at Christel Land's other title "The Superhero Heart", which explains living with autism to brothers and sisters in the same empowering, magical way.

The Superhero Heart

This story speaks to children who are close to a child with autism; a brother, sister, cousin, friend or classmate.

The Superhero Heart

This story speaks to children who are close to a child with autism; a brother, sister, cousin, friend or classmate. It explains how we are all different to each other, and how the sibling has special powers, which help them in the trickier moments where the child might feel rejection or find it hard to deal with a meltdown. With an air of magic running through the story, it is positive and empowering and encourages the child to use their special powers to make their dreams come true. The Superhero Heart is written by a mother with first hand experience of what it takes to raise two very different children in a family with autism. The story was initially only intended to be for her son, to help him understand his brother better, but has since turned in to a book available for everyone to share with their children. To help your child relate to the message in this story, the book is available with a number of different characters. The book is part of a series, and if your family is living with autism, you may also want to take a look at Christel Land's other title "The Superhero Brain", which explains autism to the autistic child in the same empowering, magical way.

The Superhero Brain

This story speaks to children who have autism, and explains to them what it means in a way that leaves them feeling empowered and able to make their dreams come true.

The Superhero Brain

This story speaks to children who have autism, and explains to them what it means in a way that leaves them feeling empowered and able to make their dreams come true. The story refers to sensory issues as "special powers" and explains how living with autism can be awesome and at the same time also feel tricky sometimes. The Superhero Brain is written by a mother to her autistic son. The story was initially only intended to be for her son, to help him better understand himself, but has since turned in to a book available for everyone to share with their children. To help your child relate to the message in this story, the book is available with a number of different characters. The book is part of a series, and if your family is living with autism, you may also want to take a look at Christel Land's other title "The Superhero Heart", which explains living with autism to brothers and sisters in the same empowering, magical way.

Mazes for the Superhero Brain

Simply buy this game book once in either ibook or amazon kindle form and receive all the updates and new mazes once they are finished. Be the first to weave through to the finish line.

Mazes for the Superhero Brain

Try 50 All New Mazes for the Superhero Brain to improve all types of thinking, coordination and concentration. These mazes will help you improve both your left and right brain thought processing, sharpen your mind, and will improve eye coordination. 50 All New Superhero Mazes will continuously update with all new mazes throughout each month. Simply buy this game book once in either ibook or amazon kindle form and receive all the updates and new mazes once they are finished. Be the first to weave through to the finish line. This ibook is in an ongoing series, it will begin with just 50 absolutely fun brain sharpening mazes and will eventually grow to have 300-500 mazes per book. Who doesn't love mazes? Who doesn't love Superheroes? Grab a pen or use your finger or just your eyes for advance levels and you will begin to see improvement in your thinking, eye coordination, left brain and right brain processing, and concentration. Just have a moment during lunch time at work or school? What better way to get that extra brain boost when you need it the most than to do a quick brain sharpening maze.

The Superhero Heart

This story speaks to children who are close to a child with autism; a brother, sister, cousin, friend or classmate.

The Superhero Heart

This story speaks to children who are close to a child with autism; a brother, sister, cousin, friend or classmate. It explains how we are all different to each other, and how the sibling has special powers, which help them in the trickier moments where the child might feel rejection or find it hard to deal with a meltdown. With an air of magic running through the story, it is positive and empowering and encourages the child to use their special powers to make their dreams come true. The Superhero Heart is written by a mother with first hand experience of what it takes to raise two very different children in a family with autism. The story was initially only intended to be for her son, to help him understand his brother better, but has since turned in to a book available for everyone to share with their children. To help your child relate to the message in this story, the book is available with a number of different characters. The book is part of a series, and if your family is living with autism, you may also want to take a look at Christel Land's other title "The Superhero Brain", which explains autism to the autistic child in the same empowering, magical way.

The Superhero Heart

This story speaks to children who are close to a child with autism; a brother, sister, cousin, friend or classmate.

The Superhero Heart

This story speaks to children who are close to a child with autism; a brother, sister, cousin, friend or classmate. It explains how we are all different to each other, and how the sibling has special powers, which help them in the trickier moments where the child might feel rejection or find it hard to deal with a meltdown. With an air of magic running through the story, it is positive and empowering and encourages the child to use their special powers to make their dreams come true. The Superhero Heart is written by a mother with first hand experience of what it takes to raise two very different children in a family with autism. The story was initially only intended to be for her son, to help him understand his brother better, but has since turned in to a book available for everyone to share with their children. To help your child relate to the message in this story, the book is available with a number of different characters. The book is part of a series, and if your family is living with autism, you may also want to take a look at Christel Land's other title "The Superhero Brain", which explains autism to the autistic child in the same empowering, magical way.

Autism Coloring Book

Not only that, but this motivating coloring book is filled with inspirational quotes and cute animal illustrations to help spread good vibes and encourage creativity.

Autism Coloring Book

ON SALE FOR A LIMITED TIME! ORIGINALLY $12.95 JUST $8.94! An Empowering Coloring Book for Autistic Kids & Their Families This beautiful Autism Coloring Book is the perfect way to light it up blue and empower autistic children. Not only that, but this motivating coloring book is filled with inspirational quotes and cute animal illustrations to help spread good vibes and encourage creativity. Choose Any of Your Favorite Coloring Tools Including colored pencils, gels pens, markers, crayons and fine-tipped markers. Single Sided Pages Each original illustration is printed on single sided pages to prevent bleed-through. Even better, remove your artwork and frame it without worrying what's on the back! Large Sized Pages Each page is printed on large 8.5" x 11" pages. Makes the Perfect Gift Surprise your loved ones and help them smile! Buy two copies and enjoy coloring together. Buy now! Relax, giggle, smile and unwind... Scroll to the top of the page and click the buy button. TAGS: autism awareness ribbon,autistic toys for boys and girls,activities for autistic adults,activities for autistic children,activities for autistic kids,autistic flash cards,autism books for kids

Flexi Bility

The aim of Flexi.Bility: A Superhero in My Brain is tocreate a child-friendly book which utilizes a superhero tohighlight the powers within our own brains, to introducemore creative options in approach for children whoface all degrees of ...

Flexi Bility


Brain O Man

Said the superhero with a snarl. 'I don't want to see no more gadgets. ... The weapons preacher realized that it was futile to try to hoodwink the superhero. ... no longer a superhero.' Brain'O Man looked at him long and hard then said.

Brain O Man


Dyslexia Is the Code Word for Superhero Brain

Explore the beauty of understanding learning differences with Mitchell and his mother as they begin to explore the power of a dyslexic brain.

Dyslexia Is the Code Word for Superhero Brain

Explore the beauty of understanding learning differences with Mitchell and his mother as they begin to explore the power of a dyslexic brain. Mitchell and his mother experience frustration when he is taught with traditional teaching methods that don't match his style of processing and understanding. However, once they discover that Mitchell has Dyslexia, they understand that his brain can see and understand the world in ways that are creative, challenging and mulitimensial. Dyslexia becomes their codeword for superhero brain and unleashes a new world of possibility and connectedness.

The Superhero s Test free superheroes

“When you wear it, it will 'sync' with your brainwaves and feed the information it receives into my computer, which will then match up your brain waves with the brain waves of known superheroes and tell you your powers based on that.

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Seventeen-year-old Kevin Jason starts his first day at his new school by unintentionally punching the local bully through the cafeteria wall. When Kevin's father, a legendary superhero, learns of this, he insists on training Kevin to master his new powers, though Kevin finds his father's training methods a lot less exciting than he thought they were going to be. But Kevin's training takes on new urgency when the local bully's father—Master Chaos, one of the world's most dangerous supervillains—breaks out of prison and declares Kevin his new archenemy for harming his son. Now Kevin must complete his training as a superhero before Master Chaos arrives. If Kevin doesn't complete his training in time, then all of the power in the world won't be able to keep him and his family safe from the madman who wants him dead. KEYWORDS: superhero action fiction, superhero fantasy, superhero fiction novel, superhero science fiction, superhero scifi, superhero young adult, superhero city, superhero books, superhero action, superhero books for kids, superheroes, cool superheroes, action adventure books, superhero action adventure books, action adventure fiction, superhero action adventure fiction, young adult action adventure, action adventure young adult, free superhero books, free superhero fiction, free action adventure books, free young adult books, free young adult, free action adventure, free superheroes

The Superhero s Son Omnibus action adventure young adult superheroes

I think that it is more likely that Robert puts some kind of disease into your brain that shuts off your powers. I've seen it in a few cases over the years, times when certain superhumans have lost their powers, only for it to turn out ...

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Percy Jackson meets the Marvel Cinematic Universe in this action-adventure superhero series! Kevin Jason thinks he's just a normal teenager until he accidentally punches the school bully through the cafeteria wall. Kevin soon discovers that he is the son of a famous superhero and decides to become the superhero Bolt. As Bolt, Kevin fights supervillains, criminals, corrupt politicians, aliens, and more in this complete, epic nine-book superhero series! Contains the following books: The Superhero's Test The Superhero's Team The Superhero's Summit The Superhero's Powers The Superhero's Origin The Superhero's World The Superhero's Vision The Superhero's Prison The Superhero's End Plus bonus short story: Don't Fear the Reaper KEYWORDS: superhero action fiction, superhero fantasy, superhero fiction novel, superhero science fiction, superhero scifi, superhero young adult, superhero city, superhero books, superhero action, superhero books for kids, superheroes, cool superheroes, action adventure books, superhero action adventure books, action adventure fiction, superhero action adventure fiction, young adult action adventure, action adventure young adult, coming of age books

The Superhero s Vision action adventure young adult superheroes

“They've done surgery on his head and brain and are keeping his body alive with some life support machines, but they're studying his brain.” “Why?” I said. “What are they looking for?” “I am unsure,” said Thaumaturge.

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As a proud member of the group known as Vision, Kevin Jason (Bolt) seeks to build a world of equality and justice for all. To do that, he and his fellow Visionists must rescue their captured leader from the government, who hold him captive in a secret facility. But doubt plagues Kevin, not helped by his amnesia, which makes it difficult for him to remember anything that happened in the past. And when Kevin starts to question his memories, he finds himself embarking on a journey that will take him in a direction that will change his life forever. Some people in Vision, however, don't want him knowing the truth. Now Kevin must find out the truth about Vision and his memory before it is too late. KEYWORDS: superhero action fiction, superhero fantasy, superhero fiction novel, superhero science fiction, superhero scifi, superhero young adult, superhero city, superhero books, superhero action, superhero books for kids, superheroes, cool superheroes, action adventure books, superhero action adventure books, action adventure fiction, superhero action adventure fiction, young adult action adventure, action adventure young adult

The Superhero s Son Omnibus Volume 3 action adventure young adult superheroes

“They've done surgery on his head and brain and are keeping his body alive with some life support machines, but they're studying his brain.” “Why?” I said. “What are they looking for?” “I am unsure,” said Thaumaturge.

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In the third and final volume of The Superhero's Son Omnibus series, get the last three books in the series in one convenient discounted ebook box set! In "The Superhero's Vision," Bolt must fight against the brainwashing that his enemies have put him under to uncover the truth before it is too late; in "The Superhero's Prison," Bolt must break out of the country's best prison for supervillains in order to clear his name and defeat his evil doppelganger; and in "The Superhero's End," Bolt must make his way back to his universe to stop the plans of his most dangerous foe yet, plans that, if unopposed, will spell the end for every superhuman on Earth. Also contains the bonus short story "Don't Fear the Reaper." KEYWORDS: superhero action fiction, superhero fantasy, superhero fiction novel, superhero science fiction, superhero scifi, superhero young adult, superhero city, superhero books, superhero action, superhero books for kids, superheroes, cool superheroes, action adventure books, superhero action adventure books, action adventure fiction, superhero action adventure fiction, young adult action adventure, action adventure young adult

The Superhero s Return free superheroes

s soon as Phobia left the room, Brains turned toward me and said, “Where were you this morning? ... said Brains. “When I went to your room to get you when Phobia showed up, your bed was empty and no one could find you in the Braindome.

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The Superhero's Son returns in a brand new adventure! Eighteen-year-old Kevin Jason (Bolt) wants respect. Despite saving the world more times then he can count, older superheroes still treat him like a kid. Not helping matters is his own impulsive nature, which gets him into trouble as often as it helps him save lives. Respect from his fellow superheroes becomes the last thing on his mind, however, when an infamous serial killer makes him his next target. This serial killer specializes in killing superhumans and he won't give up until Bolt is dead. Now Bolt must find and stop this serial killer before he strikes again, a seemingly impossible task when Bolt doesn't even know who he is. But if Bolt can't stop the serial killer, being treated like a kid by his fellow superheroes will be the least of his problems. KEYWORDS: superhero action fiction, superhero fantasy, superhero fiction novel, superhero science fiction, superhero scifi, superhero young adult, superhero city, superhero books, superhero action, superhero books for kids, superheroes, cool superheroes, action adventure books, superhero action adventure books, action adventure fiction, superhero action adventure fiction, young adult action adventure, action adventure young adult, free superhero books, free action adventure books, free young adult books, free coming of age books, free young adult thrillers

My Arch Enemy Is a Brain in a Jar

From the author of My Brother Is a Superhero, winner of the Waterstones Children's Book Prize and the British Book Industry Awards Children's Book of the Year, and My Gym Teacher Is an Alien Overlord, winner of a Lollies Laugh Out Loud 2017 ...

My Arch Enemy Is a Brain in a Jar

Luke and his brother have swapped bodies by accident. Zack's got Luke's weird feet while Luke has Zack's SUPERPOWERS! Now he needs another world-threatening adventure to try them out. Could a family mini-break at Great Minds Leisure Park be his chance? Probably, because that's where his super-clever arch-enemy lurks, fermenting dastardly plans and bubbling gently... 'My Arch-Enemy Is a Brain In a Jar' is the fourth instalment of Luke's laugh-out-loud adventures. From the author of 'My Brother Is a Superhero', winner of the Waterstones Children's Book Prize and the British Book Industry Awards Children's Book of the Year, and 'My Gym Teacher Is an Alien Overlord', winner of a Lollies Laugh Out Loud 2017 Book Award.

Using Superheroes in Counseling and Play Therapy

These parents become better equipped to understand the relationship between trauma, the brain, and behavior, the result of which is deeper empathy and capacity to nurture these most challenging children. Superheroes and Neuroscience For ...

Using Superheroes in Counseling and Play Therapy

Harness the Therapeutic Power of the Superhero! Application of the Star Wars Adoption Narrative Emotional Literacy and the Incredible Hulk Batman and Trauma What Would Superman Do--An Adlerian Approach? With an incisive historical foreword by John Shelton Lawrence and insight from contributors such as Michael Brody, Patty Scanlon, and Roger Kaufman, Lawrence Rubin takes us on a dynamic tour of the benefits of using these icons of popular culture and fantasy in counseling and play therapy. Not only can superheroes assist in clinical work with children, but Rubin demonstrates how they can facilitate growth and change with teen and adults. Early childhood memories of how we felt pretending to have the power to save the world or our families in the face of impending danger still resonate in our adult lives, making the use of superheroes attractive as well, to the creative counselor. In presenting case studies and wisdom gleaned from practicing therapists' experience, Lawrence Rubin shows how it is possible to uncover children's secret identities, assist treatment of adolescents with sexual behavior problems, and inspire the journey of individuation for gay and lesbian clients, all by paying attention to our intrinsic social need for superhero fantasy and play.

The Superhero s Son Omnibus Volume 2 action adventure young adult superheroes

“Through a way I don't understand completely just yet, I believe that Robert is capable of altering your brain structure to that of a normal human, which essentially puts your superpowers into hibernation. At the same time, ...

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In the second volume of The Superhero's Son Omnibus series, get the next three books in the series in one convenient discounted ebook box set! In "The Superhero's Powers," Bolt finds himself stripped of his powers and on the run from his most dangerous enemy yet and must figure out how to regain his powers in time to save himself and his family; in "The Superhero's Origin," Bolt must stop his grandfather's secret agenda that could ruin his life forever; and in "The Superhero's World," Bolt and his friends must defend Earth from the invasion of an alien race that seeks nothing less than the total destruction of the planet. KEYWORDS: superhero action fiction, superhero fantasy, superhero fiction novel, superhero science fiction, superhero scifi, superhero young adult, superhero city, superhero books, superhero action, superhero books for kids, superheroes, cool superheroes, action adventure books, superhero action adventure books, action adventure fiction, superhero action adventure fiction, young adult action adventure, action adventure young adult

The Cleverness of boys

His levels of testosterone are high, and stress chemicals including cortisol in his body and brain top up the fuel for action and movement. He reacts to stressful events by becoming a superhero, or withdrawing into himself, ...

The Cleverness of boys

The differences between boys and girls, in development and attitude to learning are well documented, and a formalised early curriculum emphasises these differences. The abilities of most girls to meet goals for learning at an earlier age may result in a tendency to focus on trying to teach boys to learn like girls, instead of recognising their unique gifts and abilities. If we are to help boys to become strong, competent learners from an early age, we must resist the temptation to feel sorry for them. We must dispel the myths about 'under-achievement', challenge stereotypical views of gender, and recognise the unique strengths and abilities of young boys.