Signs of Trouble by Janet Ann Collins
Illustrated by Jack Foster
Print ISBN 13: 978-1-61633-111-5; 1616331119
eBook ISBN 13: 978-1-61633-112-2; 1616331127
Children with learning disabilities get separated from their Special Education class on a field trip and use what they’ve learned to get reunited with them. The included activities can help children learn safety rules, understanding of people with special needs, basic reading skills, and creative writing skills.
Signs of Trouble is an adventurous story about two girls, a special ed student and her partner, who get separated from their group. With a communication mix-up and a trip to the bathroom, the girls discover they are…gulp…lost!
During this edge-of -the-seat story, we follow the characters as they face a real life test on what to do if you are lost. Do they go with that strange lady who offered to help them find their group? Do they go looking for their group? Should they try to find the group meeting place on their own?
With some quick thinking and a creative solution, the girls find a way to draw attention to themselves and get the help they needed.
This is a delightfully written story that all children can relate to. I loved at the end of the book there are a large variety of academic activities. More fascinating fun with author Janet A Collins!
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About Janet A Collins:
Janet Ann Collins is a retired teacher who used to work at California School for the Deaf, Was a substitute teacher in many Special Education classes, and raised three foster sons with special needs in addition to her birth daughter.
She was a freelance feature writer for a newspaper in the San Francisco Bay Area, is a columnist for the Antique Auction Explorer and her work has appeared in dozens of other publications. Collins is the author of two other books with Guardian Angel Publishing, The Peril of the Sinister Scientist and Secret Service Saint.
About Jack Foster:
Jack Foster, children’s book illustrator, has illustrated more books for Guardian Angel Publishing, SHOO CAT!, Klutzy Kantor
You can see more of Jack’s work and leave him a comment at www.jacktoon.blogspot.com