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Sensory World is proud to bring you the largest collection of sensory related books, CDs, and DVDs available for your use and education and informative conferences across the nation. With the help of experts like Carol Kranowitz, Britt Collins, and Dr. Temple Grandin, more and more people are becoming aware of how Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) might affect any one of us, and more importantly, how to help overcome whatever challenges each person might face.


Danielle Ragogna is an amazing illustrator and a dear friend of mine. She created all of the artwork for The Littlest Inventor and I could not be more thrilled with how it turned out.  She is destined to do great things with her artistic talents so I hope you will take a few minutes to check out more of her work here:


Avid Bookshop is YOUR neighborhood bookshop in Athens, GA.  Visit their charming store to browse our well-curated selection of books for all ages. They are located at 493 Prince Ave, Athens, GA 30601.


Butterfly Dreams Farm is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization where therapists and instructors utilize horses as powerful therapy partners, leveraging their gaits and natural empathic abilities to help riders achieve a variety of treatment outcomes. BDF offers two types of equine assisted therapy, wherein the horse plays an integral role in targeting the physical, emotional, social, behavioral, and/or cognitive goals tailored to each individual rider.


Geek Club Books is a registered, tax-exempt nonprofit with creative autism education and empowerment mission. We ignite hearts and open minds through autism stories so all individuals with autism have every opportunity in this world to shine.


Asperkids is “expertise” in the first person.

Cheeky, sassy, geektastic social re-education, all developed by and based on the insights, creations, and imagination of award-winning author (and Aspie) Jennifer O’Toole.

It’s time for life-in-all-caps to get started. YOUR life. So welcome to Asperkids. Let’s be different. Together.