Mac and Cheese and the Personal Space Invader
Mac and Cheese are the class guinea pigs, and Oliver is their biggest fan. So he watches them to learn how he can be a good friend. But while snuggling might be fine for guinea pigs, Oliver's classmates don't like him getting into their personal space bubbles. With the help of his teacher and classmates, Oliver learns that being a friend means respecting personal space.
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"At a time when parents and teachers struggle to teach kids about how close is too close--what is appropriate
personal space--here comes Mac and Cheese to gently show the way."
--Avi, winner of the Newbery Medal and author of over 75 books
"Adorably illustrated and gently written, Mac and Cheese is a delight."
--Elana K. Arnold, award-winning author of A Boy Called Bat and What Riley Wore
"Mac and Cheese and the Personal Space Invader is a cute and fun book helping to explain the character's struggle with understanding human proxemics...First, to help children who struggle with non-verbal processing learn some skills and secondly, to help students who naturally understand human relationships have understanding and compassion for those
--Craig A. Knippenberg, LCSW, M.Div., author of Wired and Connected: Brain-Based Solutions To Ensure Your Child's Social and Emotional Success.