From School Library Journal
Linda Beck, Indian Valley Public Library, Telford, PA
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This is a great way to introduce to children to kids with special needs.
I love that the story highlights a friendship between two kids that have some differences and some things that are the same.
The amount of text is perfect for a young audience to listen to and is written at the appropriate age level.
Great book for our family. We share it with our other family members and my daughters school matesPublished 2 months ago by Superlench0
Darling story of two friends and how differences help make friendships interesting and exciting! I would recommend this book to a preschool or kindergarten teacher, new parents, or... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Katrina Hagen
This is the perfect book to describe to my class in simple language and ideas, how the differences in each of us are a part of every day life.Published 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
I love that the story highlights a friendship between two kids that have some differences and some things that are the same. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nathalie Salem
I read this book to my son's first grade class and it spawned a ton of questions. I also pulled concepts and examples from other books.Published 16 months ago by Grudewis
Excellent! Worked well for my daughter's kindergarten class. Just what the teacher wanted. I loved the story. Thank you! ...Published 18 months ago by Mom
This is a great way to introduce to children to kids with special needs. I have given this as a gift to several people and have used it as a tool in Sunday school classes.Published 18 months ago by TNmom
We love this book! As the mother of a baby diagnosed at birth with down syndrome I was looking for a way to give a very basic explanation of down syndrome to our older children. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer