Elvin, the Elephant Who Forgets
by Heather Snyder, Ph.D. ; Illustrated by Susan Beebe
This children’s book is about a little elephant named Elvin, who has a brain injury when a tree branch falls on his head!
Since his head injury, he can’t count his figs anymore, gets mixed up at school and doesn’t get along with his friends. A visit to the neuropsychologist helps him understand that he’s not a bad little elephant… he has a brain injury.
This book helps children, friends and classmates understand what its like to have a brain injury. Written for kindergarten through elementary school age children. This second edition features 24 pages (8.5 by 11) with 19 full page color illustrations of the wonderful artwork that complements Elvin’s TBI story. The size and special paper make this book easy to handle by children. A special section from the publisher helps parents and educators understand the unique effects of brain injury in children and the importance of educational services.
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