This bibliography is for The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Differences, 3rd edition and for other books in the “Sync” Series
Good to Know:
The bibliography below includes books that Carol Kranowitz used while researching, writing, and revising The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Differences, 3rd ed. (Tarcher/Perigee, April 2022).
Also listed are other titles that will provide helpful information for interested parents, teachers, and professionals.
Some books could logically be listed under more than one heading. Thus, please glance at all categories to find titles that may interest you.
Links usually will take you to smile.amazon.com because a small percentage of sales goes to the STAR Institute for Sensory Processing to support research and treatment for children and adults. Go to the link to learn more about the book, and then purchase the book from your favorite bookstore.
The Dewey Decimal System number is included for most books to help you find them at the public library.
New titles will be added to this bibliography from time to time.
The “Sync” Series
Books by Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A.:
The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Differences (April 2022). New York: Tarcher/Perigee. 618.92/8
The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder, 2nd edition (2006). New York: Perigee. 618.92/8
The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up: Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder in the Adolescent and Young Adult Years (2016). New York: Tarcher/Perigee. 618.92
The Goodenoughs Get in Sync: 5 Family Members Overcome their Special Sensory Issues, revised (2019). Illustrated by T. J. Wylie. Arlington, TX: Sensory World. 612.8
Books by C. S. Kranowitz and Joye Newman, M.A.:
A Year of Mini-Moves for the In-Sync Child (52 weekly schedules). (March 2022). Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Growing an In-Sync Child: Simple, Fun Activities to Help Every Child Develop, Learn, and Grow (2010). New York: Perigee. 612/.04
In-Sync Activity Cards: 50 [More] Activities to Help Children Develop, Learn, and Grow! (2012). Also available as The In-Sync Activity Card Book (2015). Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
PARENTING AND TEACHING CHILDREN
WITH SPD SPECIFICALLY
Aquilla, Paula, & Alexi Edelstein with Paula Riczker (2016). The Sensory Detective Curriculum: Discovering Sensory Processing and How It Supports Attention, Focus and Regulation Skills. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Ayres, A. Jean, Philip R. Erwin, & Zoe Mailloux (2004). Love, Jean Inspiration for Families Living with Dysfunction of Sensory Integration. Santa Rosa, CA: Crestport. 618.92
Biel, Lindsey, & Nancy Peske (2009). Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues, rev. New York: Penguin. 305.9
Collins, Britt, & Jackie L. Olson (2010). Sensory Parenting from Newborns to Toddlers: Everything Is Easier When Your Child’s Senses Are Happy! Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Collins, B., & J. L. Olson (2012). Sensory Parenting–The Elementary Years: School Years Are Easier When Your Child’s Senses Are Happy! Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Dagliesh, Carolyn (2013). The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigig, Anxious, or Distracted Kids. New York: Touchstone. 648/.8
Koscinski, Cara N. (2018). Interoception — How I Feel: Sensing My World from the Inside Out. Pocketbooks for Special Needs.
Mahler, Kelly J. (2015). Interoception — The Eighth Sensory System: Practical Solutions for Improving Self-Regulation, Self-Awareness, and Social Understanding. Lenexa, KS: AAPC Publishing. 612.8
Mauro, Terri (2014). The Everything Parent’s Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder: The Information and Treatment Options You Need to Help Your Child with SPD. Avon, MA: F&W Publications. 618.92
Miller, Lucy Jane, with Doris A. Fuller, & Janice Roetenberg (2014). Sensational Kids: Hope and Help for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder, revised. New York: Tarcher/Perigee. 618.92
Mouton-Odum, Suzanne, & Ruth Goldfinger Golomb (2021). Helping Your Child with Sensory Regulation: Skills to Manage the Emotional and Behavioral Components of Your Child’s Sensory Processing Challenges. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger. 618.92
Mucklow, Nancy (2009). The Sensory Team Handbook: A Hands-on Tool to Help Young People Make Sense of Their Senses and Take Charge of Their Sensory Processing, 2nd ed. Kingston, Ontario: Michael Grass.
Steiner, Hartley (2011). Sensational Journeys: 48 Personal Stories of Sensory Processing Disorder. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Voss, Angie (2011). Understanding Your Child’s Sensory Signals: A Practical Daily Use Handbook for Parents and Teachers, 3rd ed. CreateSpace.
Whitney, Rondalyn V., & Varleisha Gibbs (2014). Raising Kids with Sensory Processing Disorders: A Week-by-Week Guide to Solving Everyday Sensory Issues. Waco, TX: Prufrock. 618.92
PARENTING AND TEACHING CHILDREN WITH SPD … AS WELL AS WITH ADHD, ANXIETY, AUTISM, LEARNING DISORDERS, AND OTHER CHALLENGES
Baker, Jed (2008). No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-of-Control Behavior. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons. 618.928, 155.412, and 649.64
Baker, J. (2015). Overcoming Anxiety in Children & Teens. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
DeGangi, Georgia, & Ann Kendall (2015). Effective Parenting for the Hard-to-Manage Child: A Skills-Based Book. New York: Routledge. 649
Egan, Amy, Amy Freedman, Judi Greenberg, & Sharon Anderson (2007). Is It a Big Problem or a Little Problem? When to Worry, When Not to Worry, and What to Do. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin. 649
Greene, Ross W. (2021). The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children, 6th edition. New York: Harper. 649
Greenspan, Stanley I., with Jacqueline Salmon (1996). The Challenging Child: Understanding, Raising, and Enjoying the Five “Difficult” Types of Children. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo. 649
Greenspan, S. I., & Serena Wieder, with Robin Simons (1998). The Child with Special Needs: Encouraging Intellectual and Emotional Growth. Reading, MA: Perseus. 362.1
Klass, Perri, & Eileen Costello (2021). Quirky Kids: Understanding and Supporting Your Child with Developmental Differences, 2nd edition. Itasca, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics.
Koscinski, C.(2016). The Parent’s Guide to Occupational Therapy for Autism and Other Special Needs: Practical Strategies for Motor Skills, Sensory Integration, Toilet Training, and More, 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley. 615.8
Kurcinka, Mary Sheedy (2015). Raising Your Spirited Child: A Guide for Parents Whose Child is More Intense, Sensitive, Perceptive, Persistent, Energetic, 3rd ed. Itasca, New York: HarperCollins. 649.1
Marchetti, Letha (2015). Dragons & Daisies: Keys to Resolve Baffling Behavior in Early Childhood Education. Rafael Books.
Papolos, Demitri F., MD, & Janice Papolos (2007). The Bipolar Child: The Definitive and Reassuring Guide to Childhood’s Most Misunderstood Disorder, 3rd ed. New York: Broadway Books. 618.92
Purvis, Karyn B., David R. Cross, & Wendy Lyons Sunshine (2007). The Connected Child: Bring Hope and Healing to Your Adoptive Family. New York: McGraw Hill. 649
Shapiro, Dan (2016). Parent Child Journey: An Individualized Approach to Raising Your Challenging Child. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace.
Silver, Larry B. (2006). The Misunderstood Child: Understanding and Coping with Your Child’s Learning Disabilities, 4th ed. New York: Three Rivers. 618.92
Stixrud, William, & Ned Johnson (2021). What Do You Say? How to Talk with Kids to Build Motivation, Stress Tolerance, and a Happy Home. New York: Viking. 155.4
Turecki, Stanley, with Leslie Tonner (2000). The Difficult Child, 2nd ed. New York: Bantam. 649
Whitney, R. V., & Wendy Pickren (2014). Self-Regulation: A Family Systems Approach for Children with Autism, Learning Disabilities, ADHD & Sensory Disorders. Eau Claire, WI: PESI Publishing.
Zucker, Bonnie (2016). Anxiety-Free Kids: An Interactive Guide for Parents and Children, 2nd ed. New York: Routledge. 618.92
AND SENSORY PROCESSING DIFFERENCES
“Academic” reading for professionals and interested parents and teachers
Ayres, A. Jean (1985). Developmental Dyspraxia and Adult-onset Apraxia. Torrance, CA: Sensory Integration International. 616.85
Ayres, A. J. (2005). Sensory Integration and the Child: Understanding Hidden Sensory Challenges, 25th-anniversary ed. Originally published as Sensory Integration and the Child (1979). Los Angeles: Western Psychological Services. 618.92
Ayres, A. J. (1972). Sensory Integration and Learning Disorders. Los Angeles: Western Psychological Services. 618.9
Batshaw, Mark L., Nancy J. Roizen, & Louis Pellegrino, editors (2019). Children with Disabilities (8th ed.). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes. 618.92
Biel, Lindsey (2014). Sensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work with Kids & Teens. New York: W.W. Norton. 618.92
Bundy, Anita C., and Shelly J. Lane (2020). Sensory Integration: Theory and Practice, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis. 615.8
Morris, Kathleen, Ed. (2010). Insights into Sensory Issues for Professionals: Outstanding Articles from the Pages of S.I. Focus Magazine. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons. 616.85
Murray-Slutsky, Carolyn, & Paris, Betty A. (2005). Is It Sensory or Is It Behavior? Behavior Problem Identification, Assessment, and Intervention. Austin, TX: Hammill Institute. 618.92
Porges, Stephen (2017). The Pocket Guide to the Polyvagal Theory: The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe. New York: W. W. Norton. 612.8
ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS WITH SPD
Heller, Sharon (2011). Anxiety: Hidden Causes — Why Your Anxiety May Not Be “All in Your Head” but from Something Physical. Delray Beach, FL: Symmetry.
Heller, S. (2003). Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to Do If You Are Sensory Defensive in an Overstimulating World. New York: Harper Perennial. 155.9
Schneider, Rachel S. (2016). Making Sense: A Guide to Sensory Issues. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Schneider, R. S. (2021). The Teen Guide to Sensory Issues. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
SENSORY ISSUES IN INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Bartko, Robin (2019). Managing Stress: A Girlfriend-to-Girlfriend Handbook for Parenting Children with ADHD, Asperger’s, SPD & More. Ellicott City, MD: Wellness Girlfriend, LLC.
Donahue, Karin, & Kate Crassons (2020). Right from the Start: A Practical Guide for Helping Young Children with Autism. London: Rowman & Lictlefield. 371.94
Grandin, Temple (2015). Temple Talks about Autism and Sensory Issues. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
Grandin, T. (2008). Thinking in Pictures: My Life with Autism, 2nd edition. New York: Vintage. 616.85
Grandin, T. (2020). Chapter 3, “Sensory issues.” The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism & Asperger’s, 5th edition. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
Lemer, Patricia S. (2019). Outsmarting Autism: Build Healthy Foundations for Communication, Socialization, and Behavior at All Ages. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books. 616.85
Myers, Jennifer McIlwee (2014). Growing Up with Sensory Issues: Insider Tips from a Woman with Autism. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Myles, Brenda Smith, Katherine Tapscott Cook, Nancy E. Miller, Louann Rinner, & Lisa A. Robbins (2000). Asperger Syndrome and Sensory Issues: Practical Solutions for Making Sense of the World. Shawnee, KS: AAPC Publishing. 618.92
Robinson, Ricky G., MD (2011). Autism Solutions: How to Create a Healthy and Meaningful Life for Your Child. Buffalo: Harlequin. 618.92
Shore, Stephen (2002). Beyond the Wall: Personal Experiences with Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Shawnee, KS: AAPC Publishing. 616.89
QUESTIONNAIRES, SCREENINGS, ASSESSMENTS, AND CLASSIFICATIONS
American Psychiatric Association (2013). Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th ed. (DSM-5). Washington, DC. American Psychiatric Publishing. both 616 and 362
Balzer-Martin, Lynn, & Carol Kranowitz (1992). The Balzer-Martin Preschool Screening Program Manual. Washington, DC: St. Columba’s.
Dunn, Winnie (2014). Sensory Profile 2. San Antonio, TX: Pearson Assessments.
Koomar, Jane, Stacey Szklut, Carol Kranowitz, Lynn Balzer-Martin, Elizabeth Haber and Deanna I. Sava (2014). Answers to Questions Teachers Ask about Sensory Integration: Forms, Checklists, and Practical Tools for Teachers and Parents, 3rd edition. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Kranowitz, C. S. (2005). Preschool SENsory Scan for Educators (Preschool SENSE): A Collaborative Tool for Occupational Therapists and Early Childhood Teachers. Arlington, TX: Sensory Resources. 618.92
Miller, Lucy Jane (2006). Miller Function and Participation Scales (M-FUN). San Antonio, TX: Pearson Assessments.
Parham, Diane, Cheryl Ecker, Heather Kuhaneck, Diana Henry, & Tara Glennon. Sensory Processing Measure, 2nd edition (SPM-2). Torrance, CA: WPS Publishers.
Zero to Three (2016). Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood (DC: 0–5). Washington, DC: Zero to Three the National Center. 618.92
Berthoz, Alain, translated by Giselle Weiss. (2000). The Brain’s Sense of Movement: Perspectives in Cognitive Neuroscience. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 612.8
Eliot, Lise (2000). What’s Going on in There? How the Brain and Mind Develop in the First Five Years of Life. New York: Bantam. 612.8
Healy, Jane M. (2004). Your Child’s Growing Mind: Brain Development and Learning from Birth to Adolescence, 3rd edition. New York: Harmony Books. 155.4
MacLean, Paul D. (1973). A Triune Concept of the Brain and Behaviour. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto. 612.82
Parker, Steve (2004). The Brain and Nervous System. Austin, TX: Raintree. 612.8
Restak, Richard M. (1984). The Brain. New York: Bantam. 612.82
Sagan, Carl (1986). The Dragons of Eden: Speculations on the Evolution of Human Intelligence. New York: Ballantine Books. 153
Siegel, Daniel J., & Tina P. Bryson (2012). The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind. New York: Delacorte. 649
Barry, Susan R. (2009). Fixing My Gaze: A Scientist’s Journey into Seeing in Three Directions. New York: Basic Books. 617.7
Kaplan, Melvin (2005). Seeing through New Eyes: Changing the Lives of Children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome and Other Developmental Disabilities through Vision Therapy. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley. 616.85
Remick, Kristy (2018). Eyes on Track — Ages 4-Adult: A Manual to Improve Vision Processing. Parker, CO: Outskirts Press. 617.7
Rosen, Wendy Beth (2016). The Hidden Link Between Vision and Learning: Why Millions of Learning-Disabled Children Are Misdiagnosed. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. 371.91
Warshowsky, Joel H. (2012). How Behavioral Optometry Can Unlock Your Child’s Potential: Identifying and Overcoming Blocks to Concentration, Self-Esteem and School Success with Vision Therapy. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley. 615.8
Wieder, Serena, & Harry Wachs (2012). Visual/Spatial Portals to Thinking, Feeling and Movement: Advancing Competencies and Emotional Development in Children with Learning and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Mendham, NJ: Profectum Foundation.
Campbell, Don (2000). The Mozart Effect for Children: Awakening Your Child’s Mind, Health, and Creativity with Music. New York: William Morrow.
Frick, S. M., with Colleen Hacker (2001). Listening with the Whole Body: Clinical Concepts and Treatment Guidelines for Therapeutic Listening. Hugo, MN: PDP Press. 615.8
Madaule, Paul (1994). When Listening Comes Alive: A Guide to Effective Learning and Communication. Toronto, Ontario: The Listening Centre.
Tomatis, Alfred A. (1992). The Conscious Ear: My Life of Transformation through Listening. Rhinebeck, NY: Station Hill Press. 617.8
Tomatis, A. A., & Billie M. Thompson, trans. (1997). The Ear and Language. Moulin Publishing.
SPEECH/LANGUAGE AND ORAL-MOTOR DEVELOPMENT
Agin, Marilyn C., MD, Lisa F. Geng, & Malcolm J. Nicholl (2004). The Late Talker: What to Do if Your Child Isn’t Talking Yet. New York: St. Martin’s. 618.92
Bahr, Diane (2010. Nobody Ever Told Me (or My Mother) That! Everything from Bottles and Breathing to Healthy Speech Development. Arlington, TX: Sensory World. 305.232
Frick, Sheila M., Ron Frick, Patricia Oetter, & Eileen W. Richter (1996). Out of the Mouths of Babes: Discovering the Developmental Significance of the Mouth—a Book Especially for Parents & Other “Grown-ups.” Hugo, MN: PDP Press.
Kashman, Nancy, & Janet Mora (2005). The Sensory Connection: An OT and SLP Team Approach — Sensory and Communication Strategies that WORK! Arlington, TX: Future Horizons. 612.8
Oetter, Patricia, Eileen W. Richter, & Sheila M. Frick (1995). M.O.R.E. (Motor, Oral, Respiration, Eyes): Integrating the Mouth with Sensory and Postural Functions (2nd ed.). Stillwater, MN: Pileated Press. 618.92
EATING AND TOILETING
Dorfman, Kelly (2013). Cure Your Child with Food: The Hidden Connection Between Food and Childhood Ailments. New York: Workman. 618.92
Ernsperger, Lori, & Tania Stegen-Hanson (2004). Just Take a Bite: Easy, Effective Answers to Food Aversions and Eating Challenges! Arlington, TX: Future Horizons. 618.92
Flanagan, Maureen (2008). Strategies for a Successful Mealtime: A Program for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Related Disabilities Who Have Eating Difficulties. Shawnee, KS: AAPC Publishing. 618.92
Lewis, Lisa S. (2011). Special Diets for Special Kids, Vols. 1 & 2 combined. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
Rapp, Doris (1991). Is This Your Child? Discovering and Treating Unrecognized Allergies in Children and Adults. New York: William Morrow. 618.92
Wheeler, Maria (2007). Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism and other Developmental Issues, 2nd ed. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons. 649.62
LEARNING, SCHOOLS, AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
Eide, Brock, and Fernette Eide (2007). The Mislabeled Child: Looking Beyond Behavior to Find the True Sources and Solutions for Children’s Learning Challenges. New York: Hachette. 371.9
Furth, Hans G., & Harry Wachs (1975). Thinking Goes to School: Piaget’s Theory in Practice. New York: Oxford University Press. 155.4
Gordon, Ted H. (2013). Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: Handbook for Special Education Teachers and Parents. CreateSpace.
Hannaford, Carla (2010). Smart Moves: Why Learning Is Not All In Your Head, 2nd ed. Salt Lake City: Great River Books. 612.8
Healy, Jane M. (2010). Different Learners: Identifying, Preventing, and Treating Your Child’s Learning Problems. New York: Simon & Schuster. 371.9
Healy, J. M. (1999). Endangered Minds: Why Children Don’t Think and What We Can Do About It. New York: Simon & Schuster. 155.4
Healy, J. M. (1998). Failure to Connect: How Computers Affect Our Children’s Minds — for Better and Worse. New York: Simon & Schuster. 371.33
Kline, Frank M., Larry B. Silver, & Steven C. Russell, eds. (2001). The Educator’s Guide to Medical Issues in the Classroom. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes. 371.7
Koscinski, Cara (2015). The Special Needs School Survival Guide: Handbook for Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD, Learning Disabilities & More! Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
Moyes, Rebecca A. (2010). Building Sensory Friendly Classrooms to Support Children with Challenging Behavior: Implementing Data-Driven Strategies! Arlington, TX: Sensory World. 371.9
Newman, Joye, & Miriam P. Feinberg (2015). Move to Learn: Integrating Movement into the Early Childhood Curriculum. Lewisville, NC: Gryphon. 372.86
Shaywitz, Sally (2020). Overcoming Dyslexia, 2nd edition. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 371.91
Shipon-Blum, Elisa, DO (2007). The Ideal Classroom Setting for the Selectively Mute Child: A Guide for Parents, Teachers and Treating Professionals (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: Selective Mutism Anxiety Research & Treatment Center.
Wright, Peter W. D., & Pamela Darr Wright (2007). Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd ed. Hartfield, VA: Harbor House Law Press.
SENSORY-MOTOR STRATEGIES AND ACTIVITIES
Aquilla, Paula, Ellen Yack, & Shirley Sutton (2015). Building Bridges through Sensory Integration:Therapy for Children with Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 3rd ed. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Arnwine, Bonnie (2011). Starting Sensory Therapy: Fun Activities for the Home and Classroom! Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Collins, Britt (2015). Sensory Yoga for Kids: Therapeutic Movement for Children of All Abilities. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Henry, Diana (2000). Tool Chest for Teachers, Parents & Students: A Handbook to Facilitate Self-Regulation. Flagstaff, AZ: Henry OT Services.
Henry, D., Maureen Kane-Wineland, PhD, & Susan Swindeman (2007). Tools for Tots: Sensory Strategies for Toddlers and Preschoolers. Flagstaff, AZ: Henry OT Services.
Henry, D., & Deanna Sava (2006). Sensory Tools for Pets: Animals and People Helping Each Other. Flagstaff, AZ: Henry OT Services.
Henry, D., & Tammy Wheeler (2001). Tools for Parents: A Handbook to Bring Sensory Integration into the Home. Flagstaff, AZ: Henry OT Services.
Henry, D., Tammy Wheeler, & Deanna Iris Sava (2004). SI Tools for Teens: Strategies to Promote Sensory Processing. Flagstaff, AZ: Henry OT Services.
Koscinski, Cara (2017). Sensorimotor Interventions: Using Movement to Improve Overall Body Function. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Kranowitz, Carol S. (1995). 101 Activities for Kids in Tight Spaces — At the Doctor’s Office, on Car, Train and Plane Trips, Home Sick in Bed …. New York: St. Martin’s. 649
Kranowitz, C. S. (2020). “In-Sync Activities to Help Kids Cope with Being Cooped Up,” in Autism in Lockdown: Expert Tips and Insights on Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
McDonald, Kokeb G. (2021). Integrating Primitive Reflexes through Play and Exercise: An Interactive Guide to the Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex. Delhi, India: Polaris Therapy.
Miller, L. J., Lisa M. Porter, & Doreit S. Bialer (2021). No Longer A SECRET: Unique Common Sense Strategies for Children with Sensory and Regulation Challenges, 2nd edition. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
Ostovar, Roya (2010). The Ultimate Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder: Easy, Everyday Solutions to Sensory Challenges. Arlington, TX: Sensory World. 618.928
Sher, Barbara (2009). Early Intervention Games: Joyful Ways To Develop Social and Motor Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum or Sensory Processing Disorders. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. 649
Sher, B. (2016). Everyday Games for Sensory Processing Disorder: 100 Playful Activities to Empower Children with Sensory Differences. Berkeley, CA: Althea Press
Sher, B. (2013). The Whole Spectrum of Social, Motor, and Sensory Games: Using Every Child’s Natural Love of Play to Enhance Key Skills and Promote Inclusion. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. 790.1
Smith, Karen A., & Karen R. Gouze (2005). The Sensory-Sensitive Child: Practical Solutions for Out-of-Bounds Behavior. New York: William Morrow. 618.92
Williams, Mary Sue, & Sherry Shellenberger (1996). Introduction to “How Does Your Engine Run?” The Alert Program for Self-Regulation. Albuquerque: TherapyWorks.
Williams, M.S., & S. Shellenberger (2002). Take Five! Staying Alert at Home and School. Albuquerque: TherapyWorks.
ENHANCING CHILDREN’S MOTOR DEVELOPMENT
Dennison, Paul E., & Gail E. Dennison (1992). Brain Gym: Simple Activities for Whole Brain Learning. Ventura, CA: EduKinesthetics.
Liddle, Tara L. (2018). Why Motor Skills Matter: Improve Your Child’s Physical Development to Enhance Learning and Self-Esteem. Virginia Beach: Köehlerbooks. 155.4
Mays, Jill Howlett (2011). Your Child’s Motor Development Story: Understanding and Enhancing Development from Birth to Their First Sport. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
ILLUSTRATED BOOKS FOR CHILDREN
Filippone, Nicole (2020). Rosalee the Seeker: A Sensory Processing Disorder Story (Sensory Stories Book 1). Free Kindle edition.
Kranowitz, Asher C. (2016). Absolutely No Dogs Allowed! Illustrated by Annette Abrams. Includes guidelines by Carol Kranowitz for parents and teachers to discuss senses and emotions with young children. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Kroneberger, Abigail Grace (2008). The Sensory Room Kids Get In Sync. Sarasota, FL: Peppertree.
Roth-Fisch, Marla (2009). Sensitive Sam: Sam’s Sensory Adventure Has a Happy Ending! Arlington, TX: Future Horizons. 811/.6
Roth-Fisch, M. (2014). Sensitive Sam Visits the Dentist. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.
Schneider, Rachel S. (2016). Sensory Like You. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.
Veenendall, Jennifer (2008). Arnie and His School Tools: Simple Sensory Solutions That Build Success. Shawnee, KS: AAPC Publishing.
Veenendall, J. (2009). Why Does Izzy Cover Her Ears? Dealing with Sensory Overload. Shawnee, KS: AAPC Publishing. 618.92
Wilson, Lynda Farrington (2009). Squirmy Wormy: How I Learned to Help Myself. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.