The Perfect Project (SEN Superpowers)

A Book about Autism

Tracy Packiam Alloway, illustrated by Ana Sanfelippo
AUD $16.99

The Perfect Project explores the topic of autism with an empowering story and adorable illustrations.

When Charlie's class have to do a class project on trains, can he use his SEN Superpowers to help his group get the job done? The Perfect Project (SEN Superpowers) explores the topic of autism with an empowering story and adorable illustrations.
The SEN Superpowers series celebrates the positive traits associated with a range of common SEN (Special Education Needs) conditions, boosting the confidence and strength-awareness of children with those conditions, while also allowing for better understanding and positivity among their peers.
Each book includes a page of discussion points about the story, a page of tips for how to boost abilities (inclusive for children with and without special educational needs), and, finally, a further page of notes for parents and teachers. The books feature a dyslexic-friendly font to encourage accessibility and inclusivity for all readers.

Author bio:

Tracy Packiam Alloway, PhD is a Psychology professor and Graduate Program Director at the University of North Florida. She specializes in working memory and its role in learning and the benefits of training working memory. As well as having written several books on the subject, Dr Alloways work has been featured on Good Morning America, the Today Show, The Washington Post and many others. She blogs for Psychology Today and the Huffington Post.
ANA SANFELIPPO studied graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires, specialising in typography. She uses acrylics and inks in her illustrations, and creates artwork for patterns, products, books and magazines. She also lectures at the University of Buenos Aires.

Category: Children’s & educational
ISBN: 9780711243279
Publisher: Quarto UK
Imprint: QED
Series: SEN Superpowers
Pub Date: November 2019
Page Extent: 24
Format: Paperback
Age: 5 - 7
Subject: Personal & social issues: disability & special needs (Children's / Teenage)