I’m Just Like You But Different by Christine Elizabeth Staple-Ebanks
A story about living with cerebral palsy
Children with Special Needs Friendship March is National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month.
This fun and interactive children's book introduces Nathan, a young boy with cerebral palsy (CP), who lives with his family in Kingston, Jamaica. This book helps expand our young children's worlds to include and understand how a child with special needs may be experiencing life. It shines a light into how a child with special needs is very similar to any other child, especially in their desire to have friends. This book promotes inclusion and teaches kindness and empathy toward others who have varying levels of needs and abilities.
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