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Friends at School by Rochelle Bunnett

Friends at School

by Rochelle Bunnett

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This book is about a friends in the school, who did different activities in the school , inside and outside , they spent very good time playing together, and the end of the day, they were ready to said : Good bye , but had the hope to see again soon.Children enjoyed in the school a lot.
  pilarmorenoruiz | Mar 21, 2017 |
I had mixed feelings about this book after reading it. I liked this book because it is a non fiction book. The students are able to relate to the students because the pictures are not drawn, they were taken. I do not like this book because the writing style seems boring and uninteresting. The main purpose of the book is to share the accounts of the children during their day. ( )
  BrittanyNelson94 | Oct 8, 2015 |
This is a wonderful text that provides a perfect example or students with disabilities in normative situations. They are not singled out as having a disability or why they are different, they are just shown doing the same things that everyone else is doing. The pictures are all of real kids, so it makes it easy to identify with the images in this book .The classroom displayed looks like any other normal classroom, and so this book can help create a more accepting mindset to young students who have or will have students with disabilities in their classes. At the end of this book, there is a description of each of the students that was depicted and written about in the text. This is where the book explains what kinds of disabilities were depicted in this text. By making the disability a sort of after thought, this book makes it so that the equality and strengths of these students are the focus. That would be the big picture in this book. ( )
  ajfurman | Dec 2, 2014 |
I liked this story. I liked the illustrations in the book because it shows how everyone can be friends even when they play different things at school. I also liked the glossary chart in the back of the book because it showed all the character’s names and the different games they play in school. The big message of this story is that not every child has everything in common with one person and a child can have more than one friend. ( )
  lpicke2 | Feb 13, 2014 |
This book introduce kids on what they will do in their school, variety of activities that they would be
able to do.
Age group: 3-5
Source: Pierce County Library
  marita65 | May 18, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0590973134, Paperback)

A photo essay that shows pre-school children of mixed abilities busily working and playing at school, illustrating the true meaning of the word "inclusion."

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This book conveys the importance and warmth of children with many differences sharing, supporting, loving, and learning from one another.

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