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About Noah's Intense Day

Noah has always wanted to be like his older brother, Shaun, who seems to get everyone’s extra special attention. One day, Noah gets his wish and it’s not at all what he expected.

Glaring sunlight. Unbearable itchiness. Piercing alarms. 

Follow Noah through his day of intense sights and sounds, as he wonders, what if every day felt like this?

Noah’s experiences lead him to make a heartfelt discovery about Shaun in this story of empathy and understanding our differences.

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Reviews

“This book will spark meaningful conversations with children about disabilities and how we all share similarities and differences. A challenging concept is explained in a gentle and kid-friendly manner. Noah's Intense Day is a must-read for all elementary school classrooms.”

Amy McCoy

Children's Book Author

“As a pediatric Occupational Therapist specializing in Sensory Processing Disorder for over forty years, I have found that helping families and communities understand what these children face daily a daunting task.  This wonderful new book, "Noah's Intense Day," written through the eyes of Noah and his brother Shawn, make the components of sensory processing come to life. This book will help countless families, schools, and medical professionals understand what children with Sensory Processing Disorder face every day.”

Stephanie Welson, OTR/L, CNDT

Founder, Welson Pediatric Therapy

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