Sandy Taylor thinks her brother Amani is weird because he doesn t talk. After Mommy and Daddy explain why he doesn’t speak, Sandy realizes how important it is to be kind to someone who appears to be different. When Sandy sees a girl at her school being bullied for being different from the other kids, she has a choice to make. Will she ignore it, or will she step in and save her? W.R.E.a.C Havoc Heroes presents the story of a girl who learns to accept people as they are. This is a tale about UNDERSTANDING and a willingness to show compassion to others.
A young girl who has been diagnosed with Autism faces many challenges throughout her day, but she gets through it all with encouragement and words of affirmations from her therapists, teachers and most importantly- family! Book includes an activity page at the end to involve the entire family.
This is the story about a boy who was born to be different and his fantastic, imaginative view of the world. In London’s world, down is up, fish have paws and you can stroll among the stars. London Loves His Opposites celebrates the neuro-divergent; those who communicate differently and experience the world differently. This is a story for all ages. This is a story for anyone who has never seemed to fit in, but dared to dream and for others to see the beauty and harmony that comes from acceptance and diversity.