Book: Kaitlyn Wants to See Ducks - a true story of inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Machcategories: Book, Down Syndrome, Zoo, Zoo Animals, Special Education, Twin Sisters, Disabilities, Family Time, Special Needs
Jo Meserve Machabout this book: We always include the word 'want' in our titles because we believe it is a way to advocate for the choice that a child with a disability makes. Children with disabilities want to be included and they should have a voice in where they want to be included. Kaitlyn's voice is very strong. She wants to see the ducks at the zoo.
• "Finding My Way Books are spectacular story resources that feature youth and adults living inclusive lives. Beautifully illustrated with photographs and delightfully presented for kids and adults alike."
— Jack Pearpoint; Inclusion Press; Marsha Forest Centre
• "The books are written by a team of educators and professionals who have combined years of experience in working with children with special needs; they launched the series to help increase the visibility of kids with disabilities in children's books through authentic stories. Realistic, accessible, and uplifting, these books are an important resource not only for kids who have special needs but for broader audiences of children who can learn from the protagonists'' strengths, challenges, and achievements. All books are available in English and Spanish."
— Lydia Breiseth; Colorín Colorado
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