Offers advice to siblings of developmentally disabled children, assuring them that they are not alone, and that other kids have had similar experiences.
Review: “This collection of entries written by siblings of children with disabilities gives students easily relatable stories, and a nice introduction to a variety of special needs that children are faced with. Stories range from feelings of love and acceptance, to frustration, and an unfair sense of responsibility for their sibling and their parents’ expectations.”Bookmark the permalink. ← The Wise Mouse What’s Wrong with Timmy? →
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