Lou Knows What to Do: Restaurant and Supermarket Set of 2 Storybooks

Social Stories Written to Show Children How to be Comfortable and Successful in Challenging Situations

Author: Kimberly Tice and Venita Litvack
Illustrator: Andre Kerry
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These social stories show children how a young boy named Lou can be comfortable and successful in potentially challenging situations. Lou's always prepared with his special bubble wand, helping him to see into the future and what to expect in new situations. Each Lou Knows What to Do title is written for students in grades Pre-K through 5, including those with differing developmental levels and learning styles. These picture books are an excellent read for students living with autism spectrum disorder.

In Lou Knows What to Do: Restaurant, Lou's special bubble wand helps him be successful in any social situation that could be a challenge for him, such as waiting to be seated, ordering from the menu or waiting for others to finish their food.

When it's time to go to the supermarket, whether he's with a parent, teacher or by himself. Lou knows what to expect and how to handle himself in the picture book, Lou Know What to Do: Supermarket.

Published by Boys Town Press