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Tales of Mischief, Mayhem and Mirth
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Reviews5 out of 5 stars
Daniele Rossi's newest book is a treat! With more cartoons, fun mazes, and simple storylines with less text to be accessible and engaging for younger readers, this book still emphasizes the message that stuttering is okay, manageable, sometimes frustrating, but overall just another thing that makes you, you! Franky Banky and Ti-Ger show how stuttering can be disclosed to take the pressure off, and how listeners often respond positively when you focus on saying exactly what you want to say. Finding the humor in stuttering and using humor to stay confident when your own stuttering tiger roars is a theme throughout. There's even a section that addresses how speech language pathologists might be unsure how to respond to stuttering, and that centering the person who stutters is the road to therapy success. Bravo Daniele!
Thank you so much for taking the time to write a thoughtful and awesome review! I am so happy you enjoyed my book. 😎
I am a Speech and Language Therapy student with a particular interest in stammering. I have lots of friends who stammer. This is a fantastic book! Smiled from ear to ear the whole time I was reading it. Thank you! It was with me remarkably soon after ordering it.
I am a "fluenter" and a speech/language pathologist. A "fluenter' is what the author calls non-stuttering people. This book is hilarious, creative, fun, and empowering. I work with many students who stutter. Read a page or two every session. I hope one day all my students also realize that they are cool and so is stuttering. Thank you so much for helping to empower people who stutter! This is a must for your tool box to help students who stutter. I am recommending this to other speech pathologists.