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by Tricia Brown

Someone special, just like you download ebook
ISBN:
0030697069
ISBN13:
978-0030697067
Author:
Tricia Brown
Publisher:
Holt, Rinehart and Winston; 1st edition (1984)
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Pages:
64 pages
ePUB:
1762 kb
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1526 kb
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Category:
Politics & Government
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Rating:
4.2

Start by marking Someone Special, Just Like You as Want to Read . Brown and Ortiz show that the differences that seem to separate children with handicaps from others are not important.

Start by marking Someone Special, Just Like You as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. What is important is the common delight in life-a desire to love, learn and play, and to be accepted for themselves as other children are. Get A Copy.

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Tricia Brown is also the author of Hello, Amigos! and L'Chaim: The Story of a Russian Émigré Boy. She has traveled extensively in southeast Asia and is a member of the Chinese Culture foundation. She has a master's degree in international multicultural education and lives in San Francisco, California. Fran Ortiz, an award-winning photojournalist, was also the photographer for Hello, Amigos! In 1981 he was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his social documentary on the Mono Indians. He lives in Kensington, California.

Special, Just Like You written by Tricia Brown photography by Fran Ortiz Summary: This book explains that although child. These sweet funny books are perfect early chapter books just right for graders. Fans of Junie B Jones and Clementine will Love Alvin

Someone Special, Just Like You written by Tricia Brown photography by Fran Ortiz Summary: This book explains that although child. Fans of Junie B Jones and Clementine will Love Alvin. Alvin Ho Allergic to Birthday Parties, Science Projects, and Other Man-made Catastrophes by Lenore Look Z LOO When second-grader Alvin Ho is invited to a birthday party given by a girl, his fear of everything causes him to dread going.

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A photo-introduction to children with disabilities: deliberate and message-y (""we all have our own disabilities in one way or another, and each of us is someone special"")-but also blessed with beguiling photos of handicapped kids doing everyday things in the usual or their own special ways. There's a small tyke wearing a hearing aid, keeping time with a kind of tambourine; opposite, a boy about the same age is obviously feeling the circumference of a pipe.

Summary: This book describes a school day for someone with autism Just becasue they have a need, it doen't make them different, they can do everything just like everybody else, it just might take them some time

Summary: This book describes a school day for someone with autism. It shows the similarities and differences of students living with and without disabilities. Personal Reaction: I enjoyed the ending of the book the most. Just becasue they have a need, it doen't make them different, they can do everything just like everybody else, it just might take them some time. Personal Reaction: I really enjoyed this story because it shows them having fun just like a regular child. I also liked how they show different emotions and activities. I also like how they show different types of children, I just really enjoyed the emtions and the smiles.

Brown and Ortiz show that the differences that seem to separate children with handicaps from others are not important

Brown and Ortiz show that the differences that seem to separate children with handicaps from others are not important. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. This is the only book I've been able to find with actual photographs of children with different physical and cognitive disabilities

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Here are children singing, dancing, going down slides, and blowing bubbles. A girl with a sly smile carefully crosses a balance beam. out on a science trip, two boys step close enough to touch glass wall between themselves and a huge porpoise. one young child smells a lovely flower, another spashes in a pool, and a third bangs on a tambourine. Here are children discovering the world around them, at home and with their friends. All of these children are doing the things that children life to do best--but the children in these photographs have handicaps.
Reviews:
  • Tantil
I really like the message of this book: we are all more alike than different. There are beautiful black and white photos depicting all types of children. The message is that they all like the same things and can participate in the same activities even if they don't do it in precisely the same way. I would say this is a "must have" for a classroom library of a teacher who wants to embrace diversity.
  • Goltikree
Just what we were looking for.
  • LoboThommy
I volunteered to put together a group of books for my daughter's preschool (ages 3 1/2-4) which dealt with the topic of diversity and disabilities. I have ordered and read about 15-20 children's books on the subject of children with handicaps. By far this was the very best one that I came across. It had beautiful photographs of children with all types of disabilities and the message in this book (unlike several others which I read) was 100% positive. What I mean by this is that while some other books on disabilities may deliver a message that says "don't be mean, or tease children with disabilities" , etc., this one was totally focused on all children as being lovable and worthwhile people -- very focused on only a positive message. I really enjoyed it and my daughter's class also did. The message is simple, straightforward and very warm. Compared to other books on the subject, this one really was written at a good level for the 3-4 age group.
  • ALAN
My 5yr old son has ONH and is in special ed. I bought this book for my children and once I got it, I had to go back and buy another to give to his teacher. She said she has never seen a more perfect book to fit with the PreSchool special ed program. We both agree this book is a must have for families with children of special needs. Love this book!
  • Garr
My little boy who is Autistic and almost 10 years old loves this book. It is very lovingly written and has such a positive attitude about children no matter what their differences are. This is a must have book for parents, teachers and librarys in schools everywhere. We must teach children that being different is okay, that there is nothing wrong with it. Great illustrations too! My son brings me this book to read nightly and has for months. When this one wears out we will get another one to replace it...
  • Fonceiah
I loved this book! Especially the cute little boy on the left-hand corner of the cover. That's my adorable friend Jon!!