Hi! My Name Is Avery: The Beauty of Down Syndrome in the Classroom
Author: Nicole Juarez Published: 2017 Multicultural: On Amazon (or Other)
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This book is intended to give a voice to Avery and others like her who have something to say, but are unable to verbally say it. Young children all over the world are at an impressionable age and with answers to their questions about others who are different they could learn to become kindhearted, understanding, and accepting children. This book is about a real child named Avery with Down syndrome and real experiences she’s gone through. If this book is understood by a school aged student, then we will be creating a world full of compassionate children. This is the first of five books to help demystify special needs to lower elementary aged students.

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