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Lawley Publishing

Young Mouse must pack his things. He’s moving to a new home, but his mom won’t be there to tuck him in at night. It’s hard for Mouse to suddenly have everything so different–even the food is different! Who eats vegetables for breakfast or forgets to put chocolate chips in the pancakes? He misses his mom and wants to go home. But just when Mouse feels he’s all alone, someone comes along and brightens his world. Follow Mouse on his emotional journey of moving to Mama Bunny’s foster home where everything is different from what he’s used to.

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Spanish version available 6/8/23

Reviews for New House For Mouse

This book is a must read for anyone who’s either fostering children, who’s been placed in out of home care or who just wants to understand what children like Mouse are going through. —Michelle L. Romero, Department of Child Safety Program Manager

Diversity, inclusion, emotions, teamwork and of course . . . new friendships all in one sweet story! Above all, it’s the normalcy of it all. —Magdalena Benavidez, M.Ed. Counseling

Harry Can Hear

Everyone assumes Harry can’t listen like he’s supposed to, so it’s no surprise that he doesn’t respond during the hearing test at school. However, the test reveals it’s not that Harry isn’t listening, it’s that he has trouble hearing. Harry has missed out on so much, but there is hope. Once Harry is fitted with hearing aids, he discovers the joy of all he had been missing out on. 

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Spanish version available 7/13/23

Reviews for Harry Can Hear

Hearing loss is often referred to as an invisible disability since it is not commonly spoken about and difficult to see. Harry Can Hear helps raise awareness about hearing loss and normalize the use of hearing aids in children. As a hearing healthcare professional, it is great to see literature that informs children about those issues from a young age. – Karla Navarro, Au.D.

Hurray for Fynisa Engler’s storytelling abilities. How wonderful to see hearing screenings and hearing device use scripted in a way that makes it matter of fact and, as Harry’s sister said, “cool!” His story will appeal to all children who have differences, all children who have peers with differences, and all adults who sometimes need reminders that “behavior” is communicating something. – Patti Sorrow, MA, CCC-SLP Speech Language Pathologist

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