Something to Say about Stuttering (Soft Cover)


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Something to Say
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8.5 X 0.06 X 8.5 inches | 0.16 pounds
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About the Author

Eden Molineux is a speech-language pathologist living in Alberta, Canada with her husband and two little boys. In her work with children and families in preschool and elementary school settings, she has the opportunity to serve and learn from children with a variety of complex communication needs. She also has the pleasure of collaborating with caring teachers to support children in their learning and interactions with others. These experiences have inspired Eden to write the Something to Say collection in order to help children advocate for themselves and feel pride in their abilities. When she isn't doing the work she loves, Eden enjoys baking, being creative, and watching her boys play hockey.
Nathalie Beauvois has a graphic design background in advertising and has also studied industrial design. Nathalie started her career in the art departments of ad agencies and eventually transitioned into freelance illustrating. Since then, she has illustrated dozens of books and hundreds of magazines in countries all over the world. Her creations always start the traditional way with paper and pencil. Depending on the visual task at hand, she mixes in techniques such as watercolor, collage, vector drawing, and Photoshop coloring and texturizing. When not playing with the antics of armadillos, she is happily living and working in Argentina with her family.


This is a splendid book with beautiful illustrations that entice readers to learn more about Alex and how he tries to manage his stuttering in real life situations. I recommend the use of this book at home, throughout the community, and within the school setting. It can be used as an exceptional teaching tool due to it's accuracy, warmth, and positive promotion of effective strategies.

-Crystal (Teacher, Utah)

This collection of books gives great insight into how a child with a communication disorder actually feels and focuses on what others can do to help. It is an excellent resource for teachers, parents, community members, SLPs, but most of all the child! Teaching children no matter their differences, what you have to say is always important!

-Randi (Speech-Language Pathologist, Saskatchewan)

These easy to read stories do an excellent job of creating the important skills of empathy and understanding in children, and encourage diversity, inclusion and friendship in classmates, family and friends.

-Ariel (School Counsellor, Alberta)

The Something to Say Collection has given children with communication needs a very special character to relate to. Regardless of ability, every child has something important to say.

-Mia (Speech-Language Pathologist, Saskatchewan)