Lou Knows What to Do Set of 5 Storybooks

Social Stories for Children to Turn Potentially Challenging Situations into Comfortable and Successful Moments

Author: Kimberly Tice and Venita Litvack
Illustrator: Andre Kerry
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Storybooks for children who have anxiety, sensory processing disorders or are nontraditional learners. 

Written by speech and language pathologists Kimberly Tice and Venita Litvack, this multi-book series follows a young boy named Lou as he navigates new and complicated situations, such as going to a supermarket, managing a restrictive diet and attending a birthday party.

Teachers, mental health counselors and parents are calling the Lou Knows What to Do book series “amazing,” “informative,” “entertaining” and “one of the best!” Written for children in PreK through 5th grade.

The series includes:

About the Authors

Kimberly Tice, MS, CCC-SLP, is a certified speech and language pathologist and teacher. Her career has focused on providing intervention in the areas of language, learning, literacy, and feeding to individuals with autism spectrum disorders. 

Venita Litvack, MA, CCC-SLP, has significant experience providing services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders in a variety of settings as an Applied Behavioral Analysis assistant and speech-language pathologist. 

Published by Boys Town Press