Before the age of three, children typically can understand and respond to simple questions such as “What is your name?” and “Where is your nose?” These types of questions are known as “WH questions.” As children get older, the complexity of WH questions increases. Some children adapt easily, but others do not. For children in the second category, the WH-52 workbook provides 52 simple who, what, where, and when questions, one for each week of the year. Each workbook page consists of the following items: • One WH question with a graphic representation of the type of question (who, what, where, or when). • A response statement that you can practice with your child. • A blank template to insert your own photograph, magazine cut-out, or clip art. All About Me, the first workbook in the WH-52 series, focuses on personal questions, such as “What is your name?”, “Where do you live?” and “Who lives with you?” WH-52 is an essential tool for assisting children who are having difficulty with WH questions.