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All By Myself: Snapshots of a Child with Down Syndrome Learning the Value of Independence
 Author: Shelly Miller  : 2014 On Amazon (or Other)

All By Myself is an endearing story of a young girl with Down syndrome who is determined to do things independently. Written from her point of view, she explains why some things are more difficult for her to do and why it is important to help around the house, go to therapy, and always try her best. While engaging in daily activities she demonstrates that, although she has a disability, she is not so different from anyone else!

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