By Meg Girnis, Shirley Leamon Green
Young children with Down syndrome should be thrilled to determine a mirrored image of themselves during this alphabet publication. complete colour images of a multicultural solid of youngsters, so much with Down syndrome, illustrate the easy textual content that is helping young ones examine their ABCs.
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Mrs. Daisy,” said Mr. ” “I missed my kids,” she replied. ” said Andrea, the big brownnoser. Mrs. Daisy was holding something in her arms, but we couldn’t see what it was because it was wrapped up in a pink blanket. ” I asked. “Not exactly . . ,” said Mr. Macky. ” shouted Andrea. “Mrs. ” All the girls rushed over to look, as if having a baby is a big deal. ” Andrea asked. 33 “Jackie,” said Mrs. Daisy. ” Emily said. ” Andrea said. “She stinks,” I said, holding my nose. “I think Jackie just pooped,” said Mr.
ABC for You and Me by Meg Girnis, Shirley Leamon Green
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