Entering into and sustaining social conversations with friends, even about topics of interest can pose a significant challenge for individuals with social learning disabilities. And, at times when conversations with peers do occur, they can “feel” scripted or confined to the “topic” of the current activity. This support, the “I Like to Talk About… Do you? Book” is designed to serve as a medium to help generate novel and genuine conversations with others. The “book” is simple in its structure and the video describes assembly options and design. Once created, “the book” serves as a visual reference for the individual with social difficulties; and, perhaps more importantly, “the book” provides peers and friends with information about the student’s preferred interests which the peers can then use to initiate conversations and establish understanding of shared interests. The book purposely does not contain text or sentence starters. This omission is made in an effort for peers to initiate with students about preferred and familiar topics, but in novel and genuine ways.