Dr. Linda Barboa’s Books

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Losing a Loved One, Finding Yourself: Voices of Hope
by Dr. Linda Barboa (Author), Kristina Pfenning (Author), Jan Luck (Author)

Losing a Loved One, Finding Yourself: Voices of Hope is a stirring anthology of love, loss, grief, recovery, and hope written by the people who experienced the loss themselves.

Each story describes the tragedy suffered by the individuals and their families, how they grieved, and how they survived. Every author offers a unique perspective on loss, grief, mourning and recovery.

Together they generously offer the reader insights on how they moved forward with hope for tomorrow. Edited by Dr. Linda Barboa, Kristina Pfenning, and Jan Luck.

Book Royalties Are Donated To ‘So That All May Play-The Matt Ross Fund’.

Genre: Self-Help (Emotional), Death and Grief, Love and Loss

About The Writing Team

Author Dr. Linda Barboa holds degrees in speech pathology and audiology, psychology, and early childhood education. She is an experienced speech-language pathologist, with a background as a special education director, director of a center for autism, and university professor. She has worked as an educator in the United States and Europe and has presented numerous programs to professionals across the country. Dr. Barboa is the author of several books about autism, including Stars in Her Eyes: Navigating the Maze of Childhood Autism, Steps: Forming a Disability Ministry, and Tic Toc Autism Clock: A Guide to Your 24/7 Parent Plan, It’s No Biggie: Autism in the Early Childhood Classroom, and Oodles and Skoodles of Friends. Along with Jan Luck, she is the co-author of the Albert series of books to help children understand autism.

Dr. Barboa, is the recipient of the prestigious JEFFERSON AWARD FOR PUBLIC SERVICE. She is the founder of an award-winning program to create autism friendly cities. Jan Luck holds a degree in speech pathology and audiology. She began her career working for the State of Arkansas serving clients of all ages with special needs. She dedicated her career to working as a Speech Therapist for the Mountain Home, Arkansas Public Schools, where she worked with children on the autism spectrum.

Author Kristina (Heth) Pfennig is a Speech Pathologist, coloring book author, creator of digital therapy materials, graphic designer, master gardener, and rescuer of stray critters. She is also a board member of STARS for Autism (www.STARS4Autism.org), a non-profit organization dedicated to advocacy and education.

Author Jan Luck holds a degree in speech pathology and audiology. She began her career working for the State of Arkansas serving client of all ages with special needs. She was employed by the Mountain Home Arkansas School District as a speech therapist for 27 years. Mrs. Luck is on the board of directors for Stars for Autism a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness and acceptance of individuals on the autism spectrum. She is the co-author of the “Albert” books, a series of children’s books helping children understand autism. She currently resides in Nixa, Missouri.

Illustrator Louis Bremer has a vivid imagination, a steady hand, and thrives on creating her artistic visions in a variety of ways; drawing, painting, costuming, and illustration. She attended the University of Missouri and Spokane Falls Community College. She lives near Branson, Missouri with her husband Don, grandson Will, small white dog Hairy, and large orange cat Blossom.

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Losing-Loved-One-Finding-Yourself/dp/B084DGPWFN/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=losing+a+loved+one%2C+finding+yourself&qid=1581254766&s=books&sr=1-2

Kindle:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084LM1444

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The Raspberry Noodles Kid’s Adventures

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Learning Manners With The Raspberry Noodles Kids
(The Raspberry Noodles Kid’s Adventures)

by Dr. Linda Barboa and Jan Luck

Learning Manners is a must have book for children, preschool to 2nd grade.

The fourth book in the Raspberry Noodles Kids series continues the tradition of imaginative rhyme, alliteration and illustrations to reinforce manners in a positive fun way. 

Children will learn the appropriate times to say “please” and “thank you”, turn taking, swallowing food before you talk, and many more important skills from their Raspberry Noodles friends.

Product Details:
Series: The Raspberry Noodles Kid’s Adventures (Book 3)
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC: (February 5, 2019)
Genre: Children’s Activity Books, Children’s Friendship Books

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Learning-Manners-Raspberry-Noodles-Adventures/dp/1949609790/ref=sr_1_4?qid=1563658086&refinements=p_27%3AJan+Luck&s=books&sr=1-4&text=Jan+Luck

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Lost Dog Doodles: A Raspberry Noodles Kid’s Adventure
by Dr. Linda Barboa and Jan Luck

Sophie Sigour’s dog, Doodles, has disappeared.

She calls on her friends in the Raspberry Noodles Gang to help.

Can they find her beloved Doodles and bring him back home to her?

They have a plan…. they can…they can.

Product Details:
Series: The Raspberry Noodles Kid’s Adventures (Book 4)
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC: First edition (October 20, 2018)
Genre: Children’s Activity Books, Children’s Friendship Books

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Lost-Dog-Doodles-Raspberry-Adventure/dp/1949609243/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Lost+Dog+Doodle&qid=1563629973&s=books&sr=1-1

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5 Star Review: Oodles and Skoodles of Friends is an impressive book of rhymes designed to delight any child.

Colorful, beautiful illustrations by Louise Bremer will capture your child or grand-child’s imagination as you read (or they read) the short, playful rhymes that describe what is going on in each illustration, while teaching your child to count.

The theme is friendship among ten friends referred to as the Raspberry Noodles. Each colorful drawing shows an activity like painting a mural of dragons on the wall, tigers at the Tarrytown Zoo, tea party among friends, eagles in flight, counting dairy cows in the pasture, magic trick, playing hopscotch, kittens galore, growing pumpkins, and playing baseball.

Every young child from preschool to second grade will enjoy hearing and reading this book. This book will make a great gift for all boys and girls. Please purchase many of these books and donate to your local children’s library, church library, daycare library, grade school library, homeless shelter and the many non-profits who provide for families after a natural disaster around the world.

Author Linda Barboa teams up with Author Jan Luck to give children the Raspberry Noodles Kid’s Adventure Series. Children will enjoy all these titles,’ Oodles and Skoodles’, ‘Learning Manners With The Raspberry Noodles Kids’, ‘Lost Dog Doodles’, ‘Scared Of Santa’, and an extra books titled ‘Service Dog Dingo’.

Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network)

Product Details:
Series: The Raspberry Noodles Kid’s Adventures (Book 1)
Age Range: 2 – 7 Years
Genre: Children’s Activity Books), Children’s Friendship Books

Amazon Paperback:
https://www.amazon.com/Oodles-Skoodles-Friends-Jan-Luck/dp/1942905912/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1563656174&sr=1-14

Amazon Hardcover:
https://www.amazon.com/Oodles-Skoodles-Friends-Jan-Luck/dp/194650419X/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1563656174&sr=1-14

Amazon Audio Book:
https://www.amazon.com/Oodles-and-Skoodles-of-Friends/dp/B071HTGVJS/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1563656174&sr=1-14

Kindle:
https://www.amazon.com/Oodles-Skoodles-Friends-Jan-Luck-ebook/dp/B075PGQ2ZQ/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1563656174&sr=1-14

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Scared Of Santa: A Raspberry Noodles Adventure
by Dr. Linda Barboa and Jan Luck

Scared of Santa is the second book in the Raspberry Noodles Kids series.

It continues the tradition of energetic alliteration and rhyme with delightful illustrations.

Friendship and acceptance are demonstrated as Tanicus True’s friends find ways to help him visit Santa.

Children of all ages will enjoy this story of true Christmas joy.

Product Details:
Series: The Raspberry Noodles Kid’s Adventures (Book 2)
Age Range: 3 – 8 Years
Genre: Children’s Activity Books, Children’s Friendship Books

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Scared-Santa-Raspberry-Noodles-Adventure/dp/1946504289/ref=sr_1_3?qid=1563657796&refinements=p_27%3AJan+Luck&s=books&sr=1-3&text=Jan+Luck

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Service Dog Dingo by Dr. Linda Barboa and Jan Luck
The Service Dog Book Royalties Are Donated To ‘Dog’s Nation’.

Dingo was a lonely little dog on the streets until trainer Shawn took him in and trained him to be a Service Dog.

Now Dingo is happy to be of service to his owner, Tilly.

Product Details:
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (April 28, 2019)
Genre: Children’s Activity Books, Children’s Friendship Books

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Service-Dog-Dingo-Linda-Barboa/dp/1950454584/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1563657258&refinements=p_27%3AJan+Luck&s=books&sr=1-1&text=Jan+Luck

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Albert Adventure Series

Albert Builds A Friend Ship: Helping Children Understand Autism
by Dr. Linda Barboa and Jan Luck

Albert is listening carefully as his teacher, Miss Dixie, talks about friendship. Albert knows he has friends, but he does not have a ship!

The beautiful illustrations help children understand about friendship and, like Albert, realize that they each have a “Friend Ship” in their heart.

Review: “Children long for friends and acceptance. Albert helps children learn about friends and friendship. I recommend this book for all children.” – Actor and Autism Advocate, Muse Watson

Product Details:
Series: Helping Children Understand Autism (Book 3)
Age Range: 4 – 7 Years
Grade Level: Kindergarten – 7
Genre: Children’s Special Needs Books, Children’s Emotions Books

Amazon Soft Cover:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1942905661/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i14

Amazon Hardcover:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-Builds-Friend-Ship-Understand/dp/1946504165/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Kindle:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-Builds-Friend-Ship-Understand-ebook/dp/B01DVAJSGC/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Audio Book:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-Builds-Friend-Ship-Understand/dp/B01EM2SLG6/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

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Albert Is My Friend (Helping Children Learn Book 1)
by Dr. Linda Barboa and Jan Luck

Meet Albert. He doesn’t say much, but has a lot of great ideas. Mary Louise likes Albert even though he is different from her other friends.

Albert and Mary Louise want everyone to know that being different is okay. “Albert is My Friend: Helping Children to Understand Autism” is about the friendship between a young boy, Albert, who is on the autism spectrum and his friend, Mary Louise.

Together they describe and explain some common autism behaviors at a child’s level of understanding. This read-aloud book has engaging color pictures that will hold the attention of children and adults.

This book presents a positive attitude and is a must read for family members, teachers, and community members.

Editorial Reviews: “Children with autism long for friends just like everyone else. They have difficulty making and keeping friends, and need others to understand why they behave the way they do and how to be a supportive friend. Mary Louise is a role model for kindness to others who are different like Albert. I highly recommend this book for anyone working with young children to help them begin to understand autism and others with differences.” Muse Watson, Actor and Honorary Chairman of STARS4Autism

Product Details:
Series: Helping Children Understand Autism (Book 1)
Age Range: 4 – 7 years
Grade Level: Kindergarten – 7
Genre: Children’s Self-Esteem Books, Children’s Friendship Books, Children’s Special Needs Books

Amazon Soft Cover Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-My-Friend-Children-Understand/dp/1942905491/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Amazon Hard Cover Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-My-Friend-Children-Understand/dp/1946504084/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/Albert-Friend-Helping-Children-Learn-ebook/dp/B00SRD1PEC/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Audio Book:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-My-Friend-Helping-Children/dp/B018WKET7E/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

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Albert Thinks About His Future by Dr. Linda Barboa and Jan Luck

Albert Thinks About His Future is the engaging story of Albert, a young pre-verbal boy on the autism spectrum, as he thinks about the many possibilities he has for his future.

His family and friends encourage him to think about his strengths and interests as he considers his potential occupations.

Product Details:
Series: Helping Children Understand Autism (Book 2)
Age Range: 4 – 7 Years
Grade Level: Kindergarten – 7
Genre: Children’s Friendship Books, Children’s Special Needs Books

Amazon Hard Cover Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-Thinks-About-His-Future/dp/1946504149/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Kindle:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-Thinks-About-His-Future-ebook/dp/B01EGUC002/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Audio Book:
https://www.amazon.com/Albert-Thinks-About-His-Future/dp/B01A96DEQQ/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

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The Autism Books Proceeds Are Donated To ‘STARS for AUTISM’.

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5 Star Review: If you care about the education of our children (all children), this book should be your next read.

This book is not just for an educator, a parent, grandparent, or legislator; it is for any thoughtful person that interacts with children in their home, daycare, libraries, churches, playgrounds, bus (transportation) a school setting (grade school environment, middle school environment, high school environment, community college or high education environment). Whether you are a parent, grand-parent, teacher, preacher, Bishop, Sunday school teacher, janitor, nurse, class room assistant, office personnel, security officer, lunchroom professional (any interaction with children, on any level needs to read this book. ‘Autism-What Schools Are Missing’ should be mandatory reading for those students in our colleges being trained to educate (or care for) our children.

This book is not only a reference book, but a well thought out roadmap that will help you understand what defines Autism and how our school system is performing (living up to the challenge or NOT) with educating all our students including those that fall within the large spectrum of Autism.

After reading this book, I came way with a sense of URGENCY. Our children are our most precious gifts and our future generations. We will be judged by how well we educate and inspire each child to reach their full potential, not matter their handicap.

The many doctors, authors and contributors of this book come from many walks in life and the education, experience, and the knowledge they bring to this book, makes ‘Autism-What Schools are Missing’ a must read. I am encouraged to learn about the non-profit ‘Stars for Autism’ (organization based in the Springfield, Missouri area dedicated to increasing awareness and acceptance of individuals on the autism spectrum through community education). I am equally disturbed that in a country of such wealth, the funds needed to properly educate our teachers and staff, and the ability to acquire the best technical (computers and software) and other forms of learning aids to engage all our students with the best of the best, is either not provided for each student in every classroom or non-existent.

Even with laws in place to protect those with disabilities (Disabilities Act: IDEA) State and Federal Funding is woefully inadequate. When will our children and our educators become our top priory?

The information in this book is more than you can fully digest in one reading, but I challenge you to begin.

I would like to quote from ‘Autism and Intelligence’ by contributor Remrov Casey Vormer. “Autism is a huge spectrum and no autistic person is the same. Autism also comes with a huge variety of degrees in intelligence. There are many autistic people with a low or a normal intelligence level, but there are also those who have an above average IQ. But unfortunately, this is often not recognized. Like many other autistic people, I had many issues with communicating and language when I was younger. I had a lot of thoughts, but my thoughts were in images rather than words, and it was very difficult for me to translate those thoughts into words and express them in the language others could understand. So, I often stayed quiet, and when I did speak it was only small and short sentences, or the words I heard other people speak. My lack of speech and my incorrect usage of words often made people think that I was unintelligent, and that I had an IQ very much below average. Much later in life it turned out that I actually had a very high IQ.”

Every child deserves our respect and more than sincere effort, our complete success in giving him or her the best in life, education, health and all the tools to help them not only reach for the stars, but obtain personal greatness.

Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Genre: Disability Parenting, Educational Psychology (Autism)

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Autism-What-Schools-Missing-Voices/dp/1946504440/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1563655799&refinements=p_27%3ALinda+Barboa&s=books&sr=1-1&text=Linda+Barboa#customerReviews

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Stars In Her Eyes: Navigating The Maze Of Childhood
Autism by Dr. Linda Barboa

“You have a healthy baby boy!” The words ring like church bells in the ears of new parents. But a child’s life does not always follow the road map created in the parents’ hearts. Small nagging signs give way to larger, scarier symptoms. Then the dreaded words: “Your child has autism.”

These words echo in their heads like a freight train blasting through their hopes and dreams. This is a moment that forever defines their family life. Despite the rapidly surging rate of autism, they feel alone. Questions flood their minds. They face an overwhelming search for educational, medical, and social information.

Stars in Her Eyes is designed to help parents and teachers navigate the dizzying maze of autism. Dr. Barboa shares heartfelt narratives from parents and teachers who have gone before and paved the way. Each contributor gives practical advice from her own unique experiences. Stars in Her Eyes includes powerful yet light-hearted vignettes relating to each topic.

The reader will feel that he is sitting in the same room with these authors, enjoying the enlightening conversation of those living with autism on a daily basis.

Product Details:
Publisher: Goldminds Publishing (August 29, 2017)
Genre: Teacher & Student Mentoring (Books), Disability Parenting, Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/194650405X/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i5

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5 Star Review: STEPS: Forming A Disability Ministry is an extremely important manual, if you intend to form a disability ministry, whether in your civic community or church community.

It was sad to read that some family struggling with a disabled member shy away from community activities, even to the extent of not attending church, due to inadequate or non-existent ministries.

It was equally promising to discover the steps in this book (with forms). This book includes instructions on Steps to Assembling a Care Team, Role of the PIC, Committees/Teams, Personnel, Hiring/Training, Selecting Buddies, Pairing, Educating the Church, Steps to Creating a Successful Classroom, The Classroom Design, Steps to Classroom Assignment, Intake Information, Individual Inclusion Plan, Steps to Teaching, Common Disabilities, Statistics, Safety Procedures, Accident/Illness Report, Steps to Communication, Steps to Understanding Autism, Steps to Outreach, Respite Checklist, Volunteers, and Steps to a Parent Support Group.

I found this extremely interesting: “Educating the Church: As a team, our goal is to educate every church member in the process, to correct misconceptions about people with disabilities. This will be an ongoing education process. We all must do our part in showing them the love of Jesus.

We realize some will think that those who don’t have a disability may feel like they are going to continually be the ‘givers’ while those with disabilities will sit back and just receive. This should not be the case. When we talk about the body of Christ, it is the whole body working together, giving and receiving from all members of the body. This is not one-sided. This type of thinking will destroy any ministry quickly. While we are working with those who have disabilities, we should expect to give a gift and get a gift in return. As we all work together, those gifts will unfold and there will be the most beautiful unveiling of God’s intentions for us.”

Dr. Linda Barboa personally trains churches and provides many resource links for both Christian and Civic training programs. This training will help you minister to need of children and adults in your community. The most common disabilities referred to in this book are: Autism spectrum disorder, Behavioral disorders, Bipolar disorder, Cerebral palsy, Developmental/cognitive disabilities, Dyslexia, Emotional disorders, Epilepsy, Head injury, Hearing impairment, Muscular dystrophy, Speech and language impairments, Spina bifida, Spinal cord injury, Stroke, Visual impairments.

Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC: Second edition (May 8, 2018)
Genre: Children’s Christian Ministry

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/STEPS-Disability-Dr-Linda-Barboa/dp/1948390590/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Steps+to+forming+a+disability+Ministry&qid=1563814375&s=books&sr=1-1

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Tic Toc Autism Clock: A Guide To Your 24/7 Parent Plan
by Elizabeth Obrey and Dr. Linda Barboa

Autism does not sleep. When night falls, families everywhere tuck their children into bed for what will typically be a good night’s sleep, but the care required by the child with special needs continues around the clock. Like Grandfather’s pocket watch, if not wound consistently, the ticking will stop.

Without proper early intervention there is a very real danger of watching a child fade from this world into a world he has created in his own mind. There is a push toward early diagnosis and education because it is universally understood that early intervention is vital for optimal gain.

The younger a child is, the better chance of increased efficacy and possible re-growth of neural pathways. Teachers and therapists often provide some services during the day, but the family is the 24/7 team.

Review: “Tic Toc Autism Clock” is an autism mariner’s North Star, providing not just strategies to organize the chaos and a guide to setting realistic goals, but a step by step plan on how it can all be achieved. Every autism parent needs to feel they are doing all they can, that the specific needs of their own child are being addressed fully- Tic Toc Autism Clock helps them do just that.

This book gently takes the reader’s hand and leads them through a multitude of topics from recognizing the causes of specific behaviors to addressing problems in communication, and all while stressing the nurturing of the child beneath the disability. For a parent feeling overwhelmed and drowning when confronted with an autism diagnosis, this book provides the anchor to steady them, and a guide on how to be that steadfast light that will guide their child over the rough seas of childhood autism to land them safely and gently on the distant shore of an adulthood with endless possibilities.” –Liz Becker, Author, Consultant and Speaker Autism and the World According to Matt

About The Author: Raising three children (out of five) with a variety of disabilities has given Elizabeth a lot to write about. But, not a lot of time. She has been fortunate to work with a group of authors, STARS for Autism, who share her same passions.

With a degree in psychology and working at The Arc of the Ozarks as a family advocate she realized there is a growing need for writings like this and is privileged to share her books with you. Much of her time is spent giving back to organizations that give so much to her children. She serves as a board member for Dynamic Strides, Southwest Autism Network (SWAN), STARS of Autism, and Ozark Romance Authors. She is also a member of the Abilities First Advisory Council and a member of the HOME Team. Dr. Linda Barboa holds degrees in speech pathology and audiology, psychology, and early childhood education. She is an experienced speech-language pathologist, with a background as a special education director, director of a center for autism, and university professor.

She has worked as an educator in the United States and Europe and has presented numerous programs to professionals across the country. Dr. Barboa is the author of several books about autism, including Stars in Her Eyes: Navigating the Maze of Childhood Autism, Steps: Forming a Disability Ministry, and Tic Toc Autism Clock: A Guide to Your 24/7 Parent Plan, It’s No Biggie: Autism in the Early Childhood Classroom, and Oodles and Skoodles of Friends. Along with Jan Luck, she is the co-author of the Albert series of books to help children understand autism. Dr. Barboa, is the recipient of the prestigious JEFFERSON AWARD FOR PUBLIC SERVICE. She is the founder of an award-winning program to create autism friendly cities.

Genre: Parenting (Books), Disability Parenting, Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Tic-Toc-Autism-Clock-Guide/dp/1942905483/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Kindle:
https://www.amazon.com/Tic-Toc-Autism-Clock-Guide-ebook/dp/B0186LATCI/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Audio Book:
https://www.amazon.com/Tic-Toc-Autism-Clock-Guide/dp/B01EINIHUE/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

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The Best Advice My Mom Ever Gave Me
by Dr. Linda Barboa and Jan Luck

The Best Advice My Mom Ever Gave Me is a fun walk down Memory Lane.

Dr. Linda Barboa has compiled a collection of wonderful sayings from amazing moms that will make you think, remember and smile.

The compilation includes advice about manners, relationships, diet, fashion and hygiene from a variety of moms across the country and through the years. From “If it itches, go wash it” to “Wear clean underwear in case you are in an accident”, The Best Advice My Mom Ever Gave Me will warm your heart and bring back memories of the best advice your mom ever gave you!

Product Details:
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (January 16, 2019)
Genre: Literary Fiction (Books), Collection of wonderful sayings from amazing moms,

Amazon Print:
https://www.amazon.com/Best-Advice-Mom-Ever-Gave/dp/1949609898/ref=sr_1_5?qid=1563657491&refinements=p_27%3AJan+Luck&s=books&sr=1-5&text=Jan+Luck

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Author Dr. Linda Barboa holds degrees in speech pathology and audiology, psychology, and early childhood education. She is an experienced speech-language pathologist, with a background as a special education director, director of a center for autism, and university professor. She has worked as an educator in the United States and Europe and has presented numerous programs to professionals across the country. Dr. Barboa is the author of several books about autism, including Stars in Her Eyes: Navigating the Maze of Childhood Autism, Steps: Forming a Disability Ministry, and Tic Toc Autism Clock: A Guide to Your 24/7 Parent Plan, It’s No Biggie: Autism in the Early Childhood Classroom, and Oodles and Skoodles of Friends. Along with Jan Luck, she is the co-author of the Albert series of books to help children understand autism.

Dr. Barboa, is the recipient of the prestigious JEFFERSON AWARD FOR PUBLIC SERVICE. She is the founder of an award-winning program to create autism friendly cities. Jan Luck holds a degree in speech pathology and audiology. She began her career working for the State of Arkansas serving clients of all ages with special needs. She dedicated her career to working as a Speech Therapist for the Mountain Home, Arkansas Public Schools, where she worked with children on the autism spectrum.

Amazon Author’s Page:
https://www.amazon.com/Dr-Linda-Barboa/e/B00QDPM5GI?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1563656996&sr=1-2

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