I Don't Know If I Want a Puppy: A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination by Jo Meserve MachI Don't Know If I Want a Puppy: A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination by Jo Meserve Mach

I Don't Know If I Want a Puppy: A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination

byJo Meserve Mach, Vera Lynne Stroup-RentierPhotographed byMary Birdsell

Paperback | October 3, 2016

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It seems like all boys want a puppy.  But not Ethan!  He’s happy playing with his cars.  His older brothers have a different idea. They talk Mom and Dad into getting them a puppy.  It’s a good thing that Ethan is around when they discover their idea didn’t work out the way they thought it would.

Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Ethan was born with a congenital heart condition that resulted in developmental delays especially in his speech development.

Jo Meserve Mach, author and publisher, spent 36 years as an Occupational Therapist. She is very passionate about sharing the stories of children with special needs. Jo embraces the joy that individuals with disabilities bring to our communities through their unique gifts.Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier, author, worked in the fields of Early...
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Title:I Don't Know If I Want a Puppy: A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-DeterminationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:36 pages, 8.5 × 8.5 × 0.1 inPublished:October 3, 2016Publisher:Finding My Way BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:194476433X

ISBN - 13:9781944764333

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Stories are magic. Good stories change lives and cultures. "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. The teaching guides are thoughtful and doable. A great resource for every family and classroom. Jack Pearpoint Inclusion Press; Marsha Forest Centre www.inclusion.com