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This sensitive, hopeful and inclusive, wonderfully illustrated children's book by Georgette Kores shows kids and normalizes the different tools that people might use to live and experience basic human things that we all share regardless of level of ability. There isn't just one way of using our senses and functional abilities. Disability is part of life, and there are so many ways people's lives can be enriched by utilizing various accommodative and adaptability tools available today. Life is always better when we can share and embrace the myriad ways people can have their human experience.
Parents not exposed to disability can teach their children ages 2-6, and also become more comfortable themselves with seeing adaptive devices in various settings. Parents with kids with disabilities will find comfort and hope seeing their children represented in this book, and children living with disabilities will be uplifted to see themselves as a normal part of everyday life.