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All kinds of friends, even green! / written & photographed by Ellen B. Senisi.

Senisi, Ellen B. (Author).

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Summary, etc.: In a school assignment, seven-year-old Moses, who has spina bifida and uses a wheelchair, reflects that his neighbor's disabled iguana resembles him because they both have figured out how to get where they want to be in different ways than those around them.
Subject: Spina bifida Fiction
People with disabilities Fiction
Wheelchairs Fiction
Iguanas Fiction
Schools Fiction
Spina bifida Juvenile fiction
People with disabilities Juvenile fiction
Wheelchairs Juvenile fiction
Iguanas Juvenile fiction
Schools Juvenile fiction
Genre: Juvenile materials.

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All Kinds of Friends, Even Green!
All Kinds of Friends, Even Green!
by Senisi, Ellen B.
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All Kinds of Friends, Even Green!

When his teacher gives an assignment to write about a friend, 7-year old Moses considers classmates, neighbours, parents, and teachers before finally deciding on Zaki, his teenage neighbour's iguana, because she is different yet determined, like him. Using a wheelchair due to disabilities including spina bifida, Moses nevertheless participates in all of the classroom activities. Zaki has missing toes, yet has learned to compensate by using her strong front legs to keep up with Hashi, her companion iguana. 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 discussion at school and home,
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