Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Sensitive Sam by Marla Roth-Fisch
I found this book the other day in the Children's Department of our local library. I was so excited to find out that a book all about sensory processing disorder had made it to a small town library and was simple enough for even a child to read.
Sensitive Sam is a story about a young boy dealing with the sensory challenges of everyday life. It was the winner of Creative Child Magazine's Book of the year in 2009, and does a nice job simply explaining a variety of sensory challenges and providing a brief look into strategies such as a sensory diet and occupational therapy.