- Elvin the Elephant Who Forgets
Children's book about a little elephant named Elvin, who has a brain injury when a tree branch falls on his head.
A story book for children explains traumatic brain injury through the story of Elvin the elephant who has a tree branch fall 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.
The story helps children, friends and classmates learn how a brain injury can affect learning, emotions, behavior and relationships in school and at home. It shows the difference between physical or visible and cognitive or invisible disabilities and special needs for help in school.
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.
Written for kindergarten through elementary school age children with 19 full page color illustrations. 24 pages.
|Brand||Lash And Associates Publishing|