This book is about children who are not defined by labels, but by their character, different qualities, and talents. As you meet them you will see that these children are unique and happy in their own skin and have created a positive self-image for themselves and for those around them.
Furthermore, it is a journey for the reader of self-exploration and promotion of equality for children. Children reading this book will create a strong sense of self-awareness and see children with a difference as children just like them, with a similar exterior that possess similar qualities and talents!
Follow Peter on his journey of people he has met,
Once you meet them you will never forget.
You have to remember their names and talents along the way,
And if you see them about don’t forget to day G’day!
Bronwyn Anderson is a qualified teacher specialising in Special and Assisted Education
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