Teddy Out-Ready: Jesse and the Super Sensorific Seashore Children's Book

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Jesse and the Super Sensorific Seashore Children's Book

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"Jesse and the Super Sensorific Seashore" A Day in the Life of a Boy With Autism
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"Jesse and the Super Sensorific Seashore" is a charming children's book about a boy with autism on his day at the beach. The story not only tells the story about how his family helped him get through his struggles so he can enjoy his day at the beach, it also explains about how certain things helps him and why they help him. It gives the reader a better understanding and also helps other kids who knows or has friends with autism. Before the story begins, it has a great message,


"Jesse's autism is not who he is. He won't let it stop him because he's a whiz at counting and details and all kinds of art. He just needs some help being sensory smart!" At the end of the book there are a couple extra pages that I think are great for understanding the story.

There are questions such as “What is autism?”, “How can I be a friend to a person with autism?”, “What is the picture schedule Jesse used at the beach?”, “What are the little pictures my friend with autism uses?” and “Why would a change in schedule or routine upset my friend with autism?” and there are about 5 more questions.

All of them have answers with an explanation. I think this is great for other kids to better understand autism and their friend with autism. Not only is the story a great story for kids with autism, but also great for other kids that have friends or know someone else with autism. It's a really great story filled with inspiration! Please check out the full review here.

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31 comments :

  1. Great illustrations and the rhymes are sweet

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  2. It's all about overcoming challenges and that is a great lesson to teach everyone!

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  3. I love the rhymes.

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  4. I like that it not only helps kids with autisum but their friends too.

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  5. I love the beautiful colors in the illustrations, and the story sounds wonderful.

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  6. I love that it teaches about the senses, which is good for any child to learn.

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  7. I love that there is a kids book about autism. It is so hard for adults to understand so I like that there is a book for kids to help them learn about it.

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  8. I like this book because I have 2 autistic boys. They actually don't know that they are different, but I think they would like Jesse.

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  9. It's all about overcoming challenges

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  10. My nephew is autistic. I love the idea that this book can help give my daughter some insight into his world.

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  11. One of my sons is autistic and the would be a teat book for my other on to read!

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  12. The colors are really sweet. I love it

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  13. I like the following about the cover! "That picture is now the cover of the book. Silke is on the spectrum and knows exactly how Jesse felt that day. She explained that her goal was to show how Jesse could be in his own “Sensory Bubble” at times. The little stars and bursts all around him in some of the pictures is a way to describe through the art how autistic people feel." Nice! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you!

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  14. The cover is the best part; look at all the colors!

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  15. I think my favorite part is that it's at the seashore. My ex's little boy is autistic and one of his favorite places is in the water.

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  16. I love opening people's eyes to view things from someone else's perspective! Very good lesson.

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  17. i like all the colors in the illustrations

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  18. I like the focus of the book to show how an autistic child can adapt to challenges and work through fears and sensory issues.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. My daughter has autism and sensory issues. I love that this book addresses that and gives her a character that she can identify with.

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  20. illustrations and the rhymes look really fun

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  21. I think the entire concept of the book is quite sweet. :-)

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  22. I really like that this book is about Autism and it shows a child can have fun at the beach! I want my daughter to have fun when we go florida next month! this would be perfect for her!

    Allyson Tice
    sunflowerally22@aim.com

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  23. I like that it will help improve understanding

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  24. I just love the fact that it involves autism. I'm a special educator and appreciate books highlighting differences in people.

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  25. love the rhymes and the illustrations. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  26. My child does not have autism, but I believe it is also important to teach her acceptance as we have a lot of friends that do have children with the disorder.

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  27. I like the beautiful illustrations by Silke Heyer..

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  29. I have a cousin with aspergers so I love that there is a book to help others understand a little more about it

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