In this picture book about disabilities, meet 26 real kiddos with diagnoses like autism, hearing loss, epilepsy, and Down syndrome. It teaches young readers that it's okay to be different--in fact, it's what makes us special
Sometimes when you meet a new friend, you might notice they are different from you.
Differences can be confusing at first. But when we take the time to learn about our differences, we might find some special ways we are also the same.
Based on real children with real disabilities, this inclusion book for kids teaches children that our differences aren't a scary thing
Beth Leipholtz is the hearing mother of a deaf child, raising her son, Cooper, bilingually in both hearing and Deaf cultures. On Facebook, TikTok, Instagram and YouTube, she has built an online community of almost 1 million people to uplift parents on similar journeys and advocate for inclusion and accessibility.
This disability inclusion book for kids introduces children with:
Elementary school teachers and childcare workers will love using this book to teach children about kids with disabilities with empathy.
We live in a big world--let's make it an accepting and accessible one for our children.
"Every carefully chosen word and engaging illustration highlights the journeys of exceptional children with sensitivity, respect, and advocacy. I am grateful for this work of heart "
--Lacey Wood, early intervention specialist
"I've never seen a book that addresses kids with different kinds of extra needs quite like this one does. This is a perfect age-appropriate tool to help children learn about friends and peers who may seem different from them, but are really so very much the same."
--Jessica Elam, mother of a special needs child