Me & My AAC

Me & My AAC written by Tabitha Cabrera and illustrated by Michael Barnett is wonderful picture book about a young boy learning how to use AAC. The text in the book are symbols to describe what Ben is thinking and how he learns to communicate.

This is a great book to read with your child/student that is learning how to use AAC. It’s an interesting way to read a book and very unique! It emphasizes how AAC users are communicating, which is often through picture icons on an iPad or other tablet.

Tabitha Cabrera is an Attorney with a Human Service degree and a Juris Doctorate. He has spent her career working in public service. She has published five books with her brother Mike Barnett “Do you talk the way I talk?” “Me and My AAC.” “What’s the Commotion with My Emotions?” “Hablas Como Yo?” “Hablas Como Yo?” “Can I See Autism?” A children’s book series focusing on communication, friendship, and learning to look at the world from a different view.

To learn more about Tabitha, visit her website Peace of Autism.

Me & My AAC

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