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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

This book was written to help children understand that being “different” is not only okay, it’s what makes people and our world more interesting! Through positively designed activities, children with disabilities become confident and learn to accomplish tasks in their own way, while children without disabilities learn to value diversity.

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