Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Children’s Books to Promote Inclusion and Help Kids Be More Confident

The adorable children’s books recommended in this post should be in our homes, schools, libraries, and children’s health professionals’ waiting rooms. They celebrate the strengths of all kids and show children working, playing, and succeeding in spite of a range of disabilities. With their inspiring messages, they help all children understand kids with different needs—or I should say, “different strengths.” 1. Emily’s Sister: A Family’s Journey with Dyspraxia and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) By Michele Giannetti This five-chapter, 66-page book helps siblings, classmates, friends, and family members understand the challenges faced by families and individuals with special needs. Children reading Michele Gianetti’s carefully chosen words, supported by Tanja Russita’s…    Read in browser »

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