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OLLIE THE AUTISM-SUPPORT COLLIE
By Billie Holladay Skelley
SYNOPSIS
Ollie is not an ordinary dog,but just how is he special?Discover howOllie helps his friendandfind out about the remarkable worktherapy animals perform.Ollie the Autism-Support Collieprovides an easy rhyming text and colorful pictures to help children understand how support dogs provide comfort and security.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Author
Billie Holladay Skelley
Illustrator
James Paul Skelley
Publisher
LawMux Press - Library of Congress Control Number: 2018905960
Release Date
Jun 13, 2018
ISBN
978-1-947847-01-9
Category
Picture Book
Billie Holladay Skelley
COMMENTS
Mary Scheid
I think children will love this story! It promotes important understanding!
John S
Wonderful story and illustrations!
b. Aronowitz
I love dog books. I think there's a whole population of kids with autism that can get tremendous value from this book! Congratulations.
Susan Johnston Taylor
Awww ... who can resist a rhyming story about a dog?!
Valerie.Weobkenberg
Congratulations! Your illustrations are cute and your story is so timely. Therapy animals are wonderful.
Rita DiCarne
Sounds great.
Allison
Wonderful book - my children loved it! Highly recommend!
Charles Forester
Nice to see the great work of these therapy animals highlighted. Enjoyed the book.
M;
My grandson loved this book!
Jacob Rawls
Really important topic and a great way for me to connect with my son who has this condition. It's becoming one of his favorite books.
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FROM THE AUTHOR
About the Illustrator:  James Paul Skelley  is a technology transaction attorney who received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the Boston University School of Law. James has illustrated several children's books, including Mr. Cosmosphere, The Diagnosis Danger, and Beaverton's Dilemma­ - A Leopold the LawMux Adventure. To find out more about James, please visit his website at www.jstechlaw.com.