Great book for use with other speech development tools and toys.
Children learn through play and this book teaches us how to play effectively in a way that a child can learn and wants to learn and be with us!!!
From the 32 books I've read for helping my late talking child to communicate, this is the only one I would recommend.
I higly recommend this book to all parents who would like their child is socialised and emotionally connected! Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Tatjana Leniæ
Absolutely horrible book. Don't waste your time or money like I did.Published 23 days ago by Dr. Dharma Jairam
One of the best books written for parents of children in autism spectrum on how to get them communicating. Simple, easy read and practical ways to put strategies into practice. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Izak Beltran
Book is very poorly organized. I had a hard time really grasping the information in the book. This book really seems to be written for autistic children. Did not help me at all.Published 3 months ago by BEANSnGRAVY
One of the best books I have ever read about practices to deal with late talking children. I have child with ASD, who till his 1,5 didn't speak any single word. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ksh78
I would recommend this book. It is very informative with easy to use guidelines to help a child learn to talk.Published 7 months ago by ceedee42
I bought this because my almost 2 1/2 year-old son doesn't talk. He has a speech therapist & occupational therapist come to the house every other week and sees a private speech... Read morePublished 7 months ago by tizpear
A great book for parents who are struggling to assist a late talker. This book came highly recommended by an infant/toddler specialist.Published 9 months ago by Carrie
An easy to read book with helpful ideas. Have tried the suggestions and try to keep them in mind when playing with my grandchildren.Published 9 months ago by J. Johnson