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All Kinds of Friends, Even Green!
 : All Kinds of Friends, Even Green!

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by: Ellen B. Senisi


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Binding: Hardcover
Brand: Woodbine House
EAN: 9781890627355
Edition: 1st
Feature: Used Book in Good Condition
ISBN: 1890627356
Item Dimensions: 88411167632
Label: Woodbine House
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Woodbine House
MPN: FBA-|305777
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 28
Publication Date: November 01, 2002
Publisher: Woodbine House
Release Date: November 01, 2002
Studio: Woodbine House

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(2003 Skipping Stones Honor Award) In school, Moses, and the rest of his class are given the assignment of choosing a friend to write about. As he wonders which person to choose, he thinks of his circle of friends and what they share together. Some friends are kids like Jimmy, who says funny things, and Manuel, who races with Moses on the playground. Other friends are grown-ups like Mom and Dad, and teachers. Neighbors too, can be friends, like Kate, his teen-aged babysitter. Kate owns two really cute iguanas. One of the iguanas, Zaki, is missing toes. That's it! Moses will write about Zaki. After all, they really have something in common. Moses and Zaki both have special needs. Zaki, with her missing toes, must figure out new ways to move around and get to where she wants to go, which is exactly what Moses must do in his wheelchair! More than just a story about friendship, ALL KINDS OF FRIENDS, EVEN GREEN! looks at difference---such as being in a wheelchair or missing toes---in a unique way. With this beautifully photographed and engaging story, children discover that living with disability and facing its challenges can be seen as interesting, even positive. With an Afterword about disabilities, Moses, and iguanas, the story provides material for discussing inclusion at school and home.



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