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My Three Best Friends and Me, Zulay

by Cari Best

Other authors: Vanessa Brantley-Newton (Illustrator)

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"Zulay is a blind girl who longs to be able to run in the race on field and track day at her school"--
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A blind girl named Zulay is asked by her teacher what activity she wants to do on field day and she says she wants to run a race. Her friends and aide work together to make this happen.
3-7 years old
Bibliotherapy-special needs
Fort Steilacoom ECE
  alondrapatron | Jun 12, 2023 |
This book would be good for children k-6.
This book is about a girl that is blind and at school her friends arent and they find ways to accommodate for her. They all share the same interests and one day she says that she wants to run a race so they figured out a way for her to do it.
In my classroom I would use this book to show kids that anyone can do anything and also that just because someone is different than you doesnt mean that you cant include them. ( )
  Laura.Gregory | Apr 26, 2023 |
This book is for 2-4th graders because the text is a bit longer but it is still a shorter picture book. This book is about a group of friends who are all at school together doing the same things but one of the friends is blind. In a classroom this book could be used to teach a bit about this specific disability, and allow students to understand that people with disabilities are just like them. It could also be used to empower students who are blind. ( )
  EleeCalhoun | Apr 22, 2023 |
This book is appropriate for kindergarten-2nd grade. It's about a blind girl's daily life and how her friends support her with her disability. I thought this was a great book about inclusivity and normalizing disabilities like blindness. I would use this in my classroom for disability awareness. ( )
  sophia_mulkey | Apr 19, 2023 |
This book would be good for primary grades. It is about a blind girl who wants to run a race. I would likely not use it unless it was in conjunction with other books about blind people because I do not think it frames it in the best way.
  AbbeyNardella | Apr 17, 2023 |
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For Zulay, and for her marvelous mother too. --C.B.
Vision is something you do with your heart. For Matthew. --V.B.N.
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