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!!
Helping children learn tolerance of the differences of others.Published 1 month ago by Beverly "GMa" G.
Could we PLEASE get it about the word SPECIAL?? Read this book! Special means segregated classrooms with unqualified teachers, closets used as scream rooms, restraint, compliance... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Deidre Hammon
I nice book that helps a child to understand to treat people equally, was purchased for a daycare but would be useful to enhance any child's learningPublished 14 months ago by Susi Key
I bought this book to read to my son's preschool class to help explain disabilities to them. The book is well written for the age group. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Central ATL
This book has already been read to a couple of foster children and they love it. I have children from foster families in my centre all the time this book will be used again and... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jacqueline winch
We should all take a hint from the title and stop using the term "special needs". The needs of children with different medical diagnoses (which is what a disability is)are not... Read morePublished 22 months ago by RI customer