I love reading this book to my son and he loves hearing me read it.
The book is intended to help typical children address concerns they have for students they share a classroom with that may have learning or physical disabilities.
This book shows that everyone has his own "problem" and we can live all together!!
Don't call me special is delightful picture book that introduces disabilities meaning to children in preschool through early elementary. Read more
Don't Call Me Special A First Look at Disability written by Pat Thomas begins by asking the reader if they can tell what children would have difficulty not wanting to join in... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lisa Gregory
I love reading this book to my son and he loves hearing me read it. He has some special needs and I think he enjoys seeing kids different like him as characters in books.Published 23 months ago by Meredith
We have a six year old boy with Down syndrome and we read thiss book to his class to help explain what disabilities are and why it might look like our son gets more attention. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Virginia Barraza
Don't Call Me Special: A First Look at Disability is a picture book for younger children that explores what a disability is and teaches children how different... Read more