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It's Ok to Be Me: Just Like You, I Can Do Almost Anything (Live and Learn Books)

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From a child's point of view, life can often seem difficult, but this brightly illustrated book--one in a set of two Live and Learn titles--encourages children never to be afraid of a challenge. It's all right to be a little scared about things that seem hard to do, but whatever the challenge, determination and practice can get them through. The child in this story must stay in a wheelchair. Sometimes, he feels bad because he is left out of things by his classmates. One day, watching his friends play basketball, he has an idea. He decides that even while remaining in his wheelchair, he too can learn to play the game. The text is simple and the illustrations on every page are appealing. Four pages presenting activities for children appear at the back of each book, followed by a two-page section for parents, with tips on explaining the subject in more detail.

Synopsis:

(back cover)

I used to feel left out of things because I'm in a wheelchair. I thought I couldn't run around and play like the other kids.

Then one day, while I watched my friends play basketball, I had an idea. I decided that although I couldn't leave my wheelchair, I too could learn how to play the game.

It took lots of practice, sometimes on my own, and sometimes with help from my parents. But I kept on getting better and better at the game until finally I became part of the team!

Product Details

ISBN:
9780764135842
Author:
Moore-mallinos, Jennifer
Publisher:
Barron's Educational Series
Illustrator:
Fabrega, Marta
Author:
Moore-Malinos, Jennifer
Author:
Moore-Malinos, Jennifer
Author:
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Author:
Moore-Mallinos, Jennifer
Author:
Jennifer Moore-Mallino
Author:
Fabrega, Marta
Subject:
Situations / Adolescence
Subject:
Social Issues - Adolescence
Subject:
Children with disabilities
Subject:
Children s Young Adult-Social Issue Fiction-Adolescence
Subject:
Children s Young Adult-Social Issue Fiction
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Live and Learn Books
Publication Date:
20070231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
from PreK up to 2
Language:
English
Illustrations:
, Y
Pages:
36
Dimensions:
9 x 7.5 in 5.6 oz
Age Level:
07-07

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"Synopsis" by , (back cover)

I used to feel left out of things because I'm in a wheelchair. I thought I couldn't run around and play like the other kids.

Then one day, while I watched my friends play basketball, I had an idea. I decided that although I couldn't leave my wheelchair, I too could learn how to play the game.

It took lots of practice, sometimes on my own, and sometimes with help from my parents. But I kept on getting better and better at the game until finally I became part of the team!

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