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Shannon Olsen is the author of the #1 best-selling books "Our Class is a Family" and both books in the series "A Letter From Your Teacher." The themes are focused on building class community and positive relationships in the classroom. All three titles have reached the Amazon Top 20 Charts for all books sold. Her first book, "Our Class is a Family," also earned the #1 spot on Publisher’s Weekly for Top Children’s Picture Books.

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Bonny Spence Dieterich is a second grade teacher who, like Greyson, knows how it feels to look a little different, especially in a new place. She was born with cerebral palsy, then became an amputee and wheelchair user in 2007 after she survived osteosarcoma. She is a fierce advocate for experiences and spaces that include EVERYONE.

 

Bonny wrote Recess Magic to help readers learn new perspectives. Building meaningful relationships with compassion and empathy is so important. When we are kind, everyone wins!

Hi, my name is Megan Craft and I am Speech-Language Pathologist. I am working towards expanding the diversity of book characters for children with disabilities. This is a children's disability inclusion book series. Let's make reading inclusive.

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This is Keylonda Wheeler!! She is your source for inclusive children's books. Not only does she help other authors publish their books, but Keylonda wrote, not 1, not 2, but 3 CHILDREN'S BOOKS!! 

 

Make sure to check her out on her instagram page :) 

A children's book that introduces adaptive equipment, or "tools", while encouraging imaginative play and inclusion. Equipment included in this story are; wheelchairs, glasses, AAC, standers, feeding tubes, trachs, gait trainers, service dogs, hearing aids, orthoses, and face masks! As the author, I set out to create something that could go to school with my daughter Kennedy, who uses many of these "tools" herself. I wanted her peers to have a loose understanding of why she had these things they may never have seen before, but more importantly, help to spark in their imaginations ways in which Kennedy and these items could be included in imaginative play.

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Charity Michelle spent her childhood not knowing how different she was. As she got older and experienced hard times all she could wish for was to be normal, but who is to say what normal is. Charity eventually discovered that not only was it okay to be different but that being different is quite beautiful. Whether you are tall, short or can’t use your legs at all, you are amazing just the way you are.

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