Let's Talk was an approach to talking to and building rapport with children and young people before it was included in a book with the same title.
It started as a PowerPoint presentation to be used individually with children who might for whatever reason find face to face conversation about themselves hard. The original version of the PowerPoint presentation is sufficiently different to the one on the commercially available CD ROM to be still useful. It features a wider range of graphics than Sage's budget could afford, and there are notes embedded that explain the rationale for the programme and suggest ways in which it might be used. This version was used quite widely by a number of EP colleagues following a conference presentation I gave in 2005 and is still in use in a variety of modified forms.
The original Let's Talk is available to download and modify as required here.