This is the third book in the Max and Barnaby series and is designed by child psychologist Raelene Dundon to assist parents and educators to teach children with autism or social difficulties how it is good to stay calm and do what is asked in school. In this adventure, Max and Barnaby learn to put their hands up when they have something to say in class. Max learns to resist the urge to call out even if he knows the answer. He learns to put up is hand and wait to be called before speaking.
- Topics covered are based on real examples of social difficulties commonly dealt with in clinical practice.
- The storybook format allows for repetition and reinforcement of ideas and skills, and provides an opportunity for discussion and social problem solving.
- Colourful illustrations, likeable characters and easy to read text help to engage and entertain children as they learn.