Yuki the snow monkey lives in Japan with his family and friends. He sometimes finds it hard to realise when his body is giving him signals, like when he is hungry or cold. Grandfather helps Yuki to understand what his funny feelings mean, and what his brain is trying to tell him. This illustrated storybook will help children to build interoceptive awareness and gain an understanding of the bodys activities. It also includes further information for parents and carers, as well as downloadable activities and strategies for building interoceptive abilities.
K.I. Al-Ghani is a specialist advisory teacher, university lecturer and international author. She is currently a part time lecturer at the University of Brighton - delivering their Post Graduate Certificate in Autism. Her career in Education spans over forty years, and as well as working in both mainstream and special schools, she has trained professionals, parents & caregivers, in all aspects of ASD. As an author and the mother of a son with ASD, she has spent over 30 years researching the enigma that is Autism. Haitham Al-Ghani is a talented book illustrator and cartoon animator. He graduated with Triple Distinction in Multi Media Studies and was nominated for and won the Vincent Lines Award for creative excellence.