This book provides educational information for children 5 to 9 years of age. Using actual photographs, this book allows children to truly understand what an amputation is and to learn about artificial limbs and devices. Teachers can use all the books from this series in a theme about amputation, handicaps and bullying. They can be used to develop empathy and to promote inclusion in the classroom. Inclusion is a way of thinking and acting that allows every individual to feel accepted. It is important to value all children and make them feel safe. The books can also be used by parents in their homes to teach their children these same and very important values.
Other books in this series: My Artificial Limb and Me Kyle Plays Hockey Kyle Plays Sports I Am Big I’m a CHAMP I Can Manage
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