Paige has knack. She can pile just about anything into a tower, a line, or a path. She gathers colors, sizes, shapes, and objects and puts them in their places. Toddlers like Paige normally sort as a way of learning similarities and differences, but when this behavior interferes with other activities, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder might be the reason. Little ones with OCD get overly upset when their routine changes. Repetitive behaviors like washing, counting, or lining up of objects when used to control their world may be a clue. Children with OCD don't understand why they like order. They only know it feels right for their things to be 'just so'.Please look for the Amazon Prime listings for these books. Per Amazon: "Amazon has allowed third-party sellers to compete for the Buy Box across categories for many years. They've] now extended this policy to books. In some instances, the winning merchant will be a third-party seller instead of Amazon." This means independent authors receive no royalties on books sold through third-party sellers. Thank you www.lionheartgrouppublishing.com.
About the Author
Sandra Miller Linhart was born in Lander, Wyoming on a warm, summer day in 1962, in a hospital which has since been turned into a mental institution... which most likely holds no correlation... probably. She has five daughters, and seven grandkids, and currently resides in the beautiful mountains of Colorado. Sandra is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and the Military Writers Society of America (MWSA). www.sandstarbooks.com