Day 3358 – Not So Different – A Book To Help Kids (And Adults) Understand People Who Seem Different – Read A New Book Month Day 20

Not So Different: What You Really Want to Ask About Having a Disability* by Shane Burcaw was such a great book to share with kids when they have questions about folks in wheelchairs or that seem different from them. Shane does a great job of explaining his situation, why he’s in a wheelchair, and really that it’s ok to ask questions.

I started reading his memoir, Laughing At My Nightmare, and his humor is so great and he is a wonderful example of still living a great life, even if life throws you a few punches.

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Not So Different: What You Really Want to Ask About Having a Disability*

As a reminder, the links to the book on Amazon are affiliate links. As a reminder, an affiliate link is one that if you click and purchase the book (or something else) I’ll receive a small percentage at no additional cost to you. I ruthlessly only share products, services, books, etc, that I have personally used and only recommend what I think is useful and valuable. I’ve marked all affiliate links in this post with this little guy –> *

Check out all of my 2018 Read A New Book Month recommendations.

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