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Different is Not Bad, Different is the World: A Book About Disabilities

Different is Not Bad, Different is the World: A Book About Disabilities

“Disabilities can be ‘nuisances,’ but … differences are good. They add to the richness of our world.” This illustrated book explores both physical and learning disabilities. You’ll also learn how many famous historical figures had disabilities and succeeded despite them.

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