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The Educational Resources Store contains educational books and videos for children, teens, parents and teachers about adolescence and growing up. The books and videos featured on this site cover a wide range of topics. You will find topics ranging from infant education to dealing with teens with different and sometimes difficult situations. The books and DVDs contain information at all levels, including books, DVDs, games and posters geared to the children, teens, parents, and teachers.

Product ID: AUT-002
Price: $7.99 $7.20

The bane of Alison Shandling's existence is Harry Roth.  He's obnoxious and rude, and always taunts her or makes comments about her autistic twin brother.  Alison attempts to ignore him, but since she sees him at school and at synagogue, it's hard to avoid him.  Then, Harry is injured in a diving accident and winds up in a wheelchair.  Now Harry feels what it's like to be vulnerable, and Alison finds herself inexplicably drawn to him.  She's initially cautious, but these unlikely companions begin to understand each other, and their relationship grows first into a friendship and then into something more.

Pages:  208

Product ID: BUL-002
Price:  $20.50

This book is a comical story about an eleven-year old autistic boy, Jack Lack, who struggles to cope with the absurdities of the so-called "normal" life.  From his public school classroom for behavior-disordered kids, to his extended family that's full of sinister cousins and very eccentric adults, Jack get unfairly blamed for everything that goes wrong.  In this novel of self-discovery, he attempts to prove his innocence.  While he collects clues, the idea forms in his mind that these misadventures may be just a bunch of unrelated events, or is someone out to get Jack.

Pages:  207

Product ID: ADHD-020
Price: $14.00 $12.60

This is the exciting, true story of Jason McElwain-also known as "J-Mac", who is the autistic student that made headlines when he scored twenty points, including a school record six three-pointers for his high school basketball team in 2006.  It includes the revealing perspectives of J-Mac's family and coach.  This is McElwain's inspiring account of the challenges of growing up autistic-not just for himself, but for his family.  It's also the tale of his unlikely star turn, and the difference it made in his journey through life with all the heart-breaking and heart-lifting stops along the way

Pages:  256

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