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Sensitively written stories encourage preschool-age and early-grade children to explore their feelings, deal with problems that trouble them, and understand others who have problems of their own.
"Explains some of the challenges and rewards of having a friend with Down Syndrome using everyday kid-friendly examples."--Publisher provided.
My friend has Down's syndrome is a sensitively written story about two children who meet at a summer Fun Club. A warm friendship develops between them as the young narrator comes to understand Ella's Down's syndrome. Both girls learn that everybody is good at something, and that by helping each other overcome their fears and difficulties, they can accomplish a great deal. My friend has Down's syndrome inspires and encourages children to overcome barriers that can exist between children with Down's syndrome and their playmates.
A young boy named Charlie describes the activities he shares with his friend Isabelle, a girl with Down Syndrome.
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