Tag Archives: Our Favorite Books

  • Our Favorite Books for Speech Therapy – Round and Round The Farm

    Favorite Books Kim

    We’re wrapping up our Favorite Books for Speech Therapy series for the season with an entry from Kim. She’s chosen Round and Round The Farm, by Alex Burnett as her favorite. This sweet little board book brings new meaning to the word interactive! Each page contains a puzzle piece that, when put together with the other pieces,… (read more)

  • Our Favorite Books for Speech Therapy – Journey

    Favorite books Jenny Journey

    We couldn’t leave Jenny out of the Favorite Books fun! She’s chosen Journey, by Aaron Becker as her top pick for working with all sorts of kids. Journey is a recipient of the 2014 Caldecott Honors, the highest honor for American picture books for children, and one look at the breathtaking illustrations will tell you why. (Check out this cool… (read more)

  • Our Favorite Books for Speech Therapy – Elephant and Piggie

    Favorite books Jeff Elephant and Piggie

    I remember being a student clinician and falling head-over-heels in love with books as a therapy tool. I became consumed with finding the perfect books for each client (I had a whopping 3 at a time back then) and spent long hours pouring over the pictures and text and making detailed lesson plans. I completed… (read more)

  • Our Favorite Books for Speech Therapy – We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

    Favorite books Sarah thumb

    It’s time to hear about Sarah’s favorite book! She chose the perennial classic, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury. Did you know that this book was published almost 30 years ago?! It has withstood the test of time for good reason. It is a delightful, fun book that engages… (read more)

  • Our Favorite Books for Speech Therapy – Count the Monkeys

    Favorite Books Laura

    We’ve spent the last few years sharing our clinicians’ favorite toys and when we sat down to do it again this year, we were inspired to mix it up a bit. Books are one of the most important tools in any SLP’s bag of tricks for many reasons — they can be used to target… (read more)