The pictures are great - very expressive.
This book flawlessly presents proof that children with disabilities are, in personality, sense of humor, and soul, just like other children.
The end picture you see her sitting in a wheelchair with the words "That is Susan through and through - just like me, just like you."
The quality of the book is great, and the art it's beautiful. The story is perfect if you want to teach children not to discriminate.Published 20 months ago by Camila
Bought for work to read to people with disabilities. They all enjoyed it as did I. Sweet and simple-- a quick read.Published 21 months ago by lspenc01
I would use this book in a classroom if I was teaching a lower level grade, kindergarten or 1st grade. Read morePublished on September 17, 2012 by torimorgan
Susan Laughs is a book about a little girl named Susan who does everything that most every other child can do. It talks about her emotions and how she is behaving. Read morePublished on September 17, 2012 by Susan
I bought this book to read to my daughters preschool class. She has multiple handicaps and is in a wheelchair and this book helped explain how she feels to her friends.Published on August 16, 2012 by G. Sikora
This is a good book for young children. It shows a child doing all the "normal" things throughout the story. Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by Twin momma
The book it's self was great. But the binding was torn really bad, and I can't leave in my classroom library because of it's condition.Published on April 15, 2012 by molly
Is there anything Susan can't do? I was inspired by all the action verbs and the implication that Susan's abilities have no limits. Able-bodied persons should follow her lead. Read morePublished on July 26, 2011 by Tinnie A. Ward
Susan laughs, sings, cries, is happy & sad, waves, paints, grins - just like most children. The end picture you see her sitting in a wheelchair with the words "That is Susan... Read morePublished on April 19, 2008 by Wendy Sparkes