It would be a great addition to your classrooms library as well.
The counselor discusses the situation and explains that Tammy is just like them yet she may need some help with certain activities.
I would have preferred photographs of real children, but the drawings, although stereotypical, are quite good.
A for effort, but it wasn't as great of a reading tool as I had hoped. Some of the information is wrong (as someone else mentioned) & in general I felt it was lacking a little bit. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christine Hanes
It is about 2 girls at camp. One with down syndrome and the other quested with helping her and making her feel accepted. I liked it, but wish there was a boy version.Published 7 months ago by Anita
It was just OK
Not as good as others for reading to a classroom full of kids. It is good to have options though and as a parent, I could pull pieces from multiple books to... Read more
This story is great for young children! The story is from the perspective of a young girl at camp who gets partnered up with a girl named Tammy who has Down syndrome. Read morePublished on September 13, 2012 by Miranda
My son's friend has a little sister with Down Syndrome & I thought that this would be a good book to explain it to him. He was completely lost. Read morePublished on November 21, 2011 by Julie P