The first in a series of audiobooks about my son Jodi Shaw, I'm Not Naughty - I'm Autistic- Jodi's Journey explains through humorous true stories, the difficulties faced by parents of autistic children. Whilst there are no two autistic individuals the same, they will all have the same core problems. This book covers many of them, and anyone involved with the disability will identify with the situations described.
Mercury Poisoning: It's Not In Our Heads Anymore is the third book continuing the journey of my son Jodi Shaw who has autism, and deals with various issues including mercury poisoning from dental amalgams, vaccines, toxic chemicals, and electromagnetic radiation. Written because of peer pressure from people whose lives have been devastated by mercury poisoning: all the personal stories in this book are true!
Concerns of Women Over 50 by Jean Shaw looks at the anxieties affecting most women in midlife. Based on conversations with old school friends, Jean reflects on issues she and her peers are currently facing, such as problems with diet, exercise, finance, health, relationships, sleep, and weight gain.
"This book wasn't what I expected."
This is the fourth book about my son Jodi, who has autism. This time though, it's a fly on the wall account into a small part of his life since he moved out of our family home. In this audiobook, I hope to show it is possible for people with learning difficulties and other related disabilities to live independently with the correct support. I hope you'll find it interesting and encouraging.
Yes - you really can get into the best shape of your life exercising seven minutes a day, three times a week!
Jodi Visits the Farm is a delightful children's story book, which introduces animals found on a farm to the young reader in an engaging and educational way. Facts about the farm animals are subtly included in the story line and there is a selection of animal jokes at the end to amuse both young and old.
Autism Amalgam and Me - Jodi's Journey Continues is the second in a series of books about my son Jodi Shaw, and the often humorous and informative true story deals with two subjects - autism and mercury poisoning caused by dental amalgam. Narrated as if by Jodi and myself, I explain why I think my son developed autism and you'll discover why my research points to mercury.
Each page reveals some interesting facts about the particular animal and the manner in which the story is written makes them easier for the child to remember. The audiobook also includes some additional facts about the animals mentioned in the poem, which can be discussed afterwards.
>Jodi Goes To The Farm is a very educational story written in rhyming verse describing a day trip to the Farm by a young lad and his mother. Each audiopage reveals some interesting facts about the particular animal and the manner in which the story is written makes them easier for the child to remember.
A Life in Rhyme - My Family is the second book in a collection of rhyming story poems I've written over a period of years. None of them were initially written for book publication, but I have received such encouragement from friends and family about them, I've decided to compile the verses into four different titles. Book 2 introduces you to my family and the story poems I've written for them on their special birthdays and anniversaries.
Joel Therien's life story is one of determination and inspiration. As a professional body builder, he had the world title in his sights. Then aspartame poisoning destroyed his career and almost his life. Joel's search for answers led him to the internet, and thus began his remarkable online journey. He took note of all the tools and systems internet and network marketers needed to have a successful online presence, and an idea formed in his mind.
Jodi Visits the Zoo is a delightful children's story book, which introduces animals found in a zoo to the young reader in an engaging and educational way. Facts about the zoo animals are subtly included in the story line and there is a selection of animal jokes at the end to amuse both young and old.
Book 3 introduces you to friends and acquaintances and the story poems I've written for them for special events in their lives. I've changed the names of all the recipients, but not the actual poems I wrote for them.
Book 1 introduces you to why and how I started my writing career, not only through my rhyming verses, but also via the background information accompanying each unique poem. In this book, you are introduced to my son Jodi who has autism and whose disability proved the catalyst for my rhyming poems and verses. I hope you enjoy listening to them as much as I enjoyed writing them.
A Life In Rhyme - Life's Observations is the fourth book in a collection of rhyming story poems I've written over a period of years. None of them were initially written for book publication, but I have received such encouragement from friends and family about them, I've decided to compile the verses into four different titles. Book 4 introduces you to story poems I've written about events in my life and random observations, together with some of the rhyming verse included in the other books I've written.