MyaGrace loves music and dancing. Her school is having a big dance and she wants to do with her friend Emily. She has so much to do to get ready. What should she wear? How should she fix her hair? What color should she paint her fingernails? Will she get ready in time? (MyaGrace has Autism, Cerebral Palsy and intellectual disabilities. She was adopted from India.)
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In 2016, selected by the Kansas Pediatric Foundation for their early literacy program ‘Turn a Page-Touch a Mind.’
The Kansas City Reach Out and Read program accepted Finding My Way Books for participation in their program in 2016.
Stories are magic. Good stories change lives and cultures. “Finding My Way Books” are spectacular story resources that feature youth and adults living inclusive lives. Beautifully illustrated with photographs and delightfully presented for kids and adults alike. The teaching guides are thoughtful and doable. A great resource for every family and classroom.
Inclusion Press; Marsha Forest Centre
The books are written by a team of educators and professionals who have combined years of experience in working with children with special needs; they launched the series to help increase the visibility of kids with disabilities in children’s books through authentic stories. Realistic, accessible, and uplifting, these books are an important resource not only for kids who have special needs but for broader audiences of children who can learn from the protagonists’’ strengths, challenges, and achievements. All books available in English and Spanish.
The authors and photographer draw from their work experience in Early Intervention, Special Education, Speech/Theatre Education and Occupational Therapy to discover the strengths of the child revealed in each story.