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Series Review: These fantastic books, written in first person from the perspective of a real child whose photo and short biography are featured at the end of each title, explain what it is like to have a disability, how to accommodate for success, and how a person is more than their…

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Series Review: This Spanish series introduces basic facts about all kinds of cultural celebrations from across the globe, including Diwali, Easter, Lunar New Year, Kwanzaa, Ramadan, U.S. Independence Day, and more. Page after page of vibrant color photographs of symbols and customs…

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Book Review: True to other selections of Lundie’s “Amicus Book of…” series, her unique and energetic artistic compositions of paper collage manifest into immersive expeditions to meet nature and its elements up close. ­Every subject is identified by a brief descriptive phrase, but the…

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Series Review: Illustrated characters in each of these books represent stories of real children (a short biography and photo of the child is included at the end of each book) who experience different disabilities and types of neurodiversity. Using colorful illustrations, this six-book…

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Series Review: Illustrated characters in each of these books represent stories of real children (a short biography and photo of the child is included at the end of each book) who experience different disabilities and types of neurodiversity. Using colorful illustrations, this six-book…

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Series Review: Illustrated characters in each of these books represent stories of real children (a short biography and photo of the child is included at the end of each book) who experience different disabilities and types of neurodiversity. Using colorful illustrations, this six-book…

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/reviews/1594

Series Review: These fantastic books, written in first person from the perspective of a real child whose photo and short biography are featured at the end of each title, explain what it is like to have a disability, how to accommodate for success, and how a person is more than their…

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Starred Book Review: Meet Kadence, a girl with limited vision. She attends a school for the blind, where she learns practices that enable her to be independent. Written in first person from Kadence’s point of view, the clear, concise text indicates the variety of her activities, from baking

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Series Review: Offering vibrant color photographs and packed with fun facts, these books are about all kinds of ocean life—coral, eels, lobster, shrimp, manatees, and sea dragons. The strength of this series is that the text and photographs align perfectly: each spread features a word and a

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