Neema Wants To Learn: a true story promoting inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve MachNeema Wants To Learn: a true story promoting inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach

Neema Wants To Learn: a true story promoting inclusion and self-determination

byJo Meserve Mach, Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier

Paperback | August 13, 2016

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Neema lives in the mountains of Lushoto, Tanzania. Her day is full of fun. She tricks Joesph. She Helps Mama Eduma. She sings with the children. She is always looking for ways to learn.

Finding My Way books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book in the Finding My World Series has Discussion Starters and Activities for promoting skills needed for self-determination.

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:Neema Wants To Learn: a true story promoting inclusion and self-determinationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:50 pages, 8.5 × 8.5 × 0.14 inPublished:August 13, 2016Publisher:Finding My Way BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1944764046

ISBN - 13:9781944764043

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Neema's story is not an isolated one, but one far too common to children. An 11-year-old orphan with a learning disability has obstacles others may not face, but Neema is determined. A loving children's home in the mountains of Lushoto, Tanzania provides her with strength and opportunities to find her own personal place in the world. Inclusion is a strong desire of the heart and necessary to the fulfillment of life. The authors bring us this true story with hopes to encourage and inspire al. Celebrating their success and demonstrating how adults, other than a parent, can guide and build foundational skills into the children of our communities.Darleen WohlfeilStory Monsters Ink December 2016