The Last Bedtime Story That We Read Each Night (Hardcover)

By Carol Gray, James Markus (Illustrator)

Sensory Focus LLC, 9781935567363, 25pp.

Publication Date: June 1, 2012

List Price: 14.95*
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Every child begs for "one more story" before bed. Finally we have, clearly and gently defined by Carol Gray, The Last Bedtime Story.In tests, this has ended bedtime arguments within one night What parent doesn't want that?By clearly and warmly stating that this is The Last Bedtime Story, kids rest up while reading. They know there are no more stories to be begged for. They are reading the last one. And Carol was very careful to make the book easy to read in less than one minute. Short, sweet, reassuring, and to-the-point - this instant classic helps puts your kids to sleep. The biggest question that remains is - Why didn't anyone think of it sooner?

About the Author

Carol Gray is the Director of The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has completed over 22 years of employment with Jenison Public Schools in Jenison, Michigan, initially as a teacher with students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and in recent years as a consultant to students with ASD in inclusive educational programs. In 1991, Carol developed Social Stories and Comic Strip Conversations strategies that are used worldwide with children, adolescents, and adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). She has published several resources on topics related to children and adults with ASD, including articles on bullying, death and dying, and how to teach social understanding. She is the recipient of the Barbara Lipinski Award for her international contribution to the education and welfare of people with ASD. She is excited to reach out beyond the ASd world, to now reach ALL children, and say goodnight to them.James Markus worked in the Creative Services dept of the Grand Rapids Press (Daily circulation about 140K, Sunday about 190K) as an advertising photographer for 20 years. In October of 2008 he left and started his own studio.James began taking photography seriously while very young and in the previous forty years has managed to maintain his passion for this fascinating art. He excels at many types of photography, and strives for excellence in all his work. James was voted top photographer in Grand Rapids Michigan in 2008."