This book follows a day in the life of Sam, the author’s special needs child, beginning at home as he gets ready for school. At school, Sam struggles with his learning disabilities, including trying to remember basic information like his phone number, but the strong points of his personality make him a very popular and accepted boy. The story highlights the unique aspects of Sam including his affinity for keys and gum. It depicts the interactions with his family, teachers and friends, demonstrating both the learning difficulties he deals with as well as his strengths and positive relationships with the people in his life. The action highlight of the story occurs when, after returning home from school, Sam follows his dog away from his home and soon finds himself lost.
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Linda Morse worked for 10 years as a technical writer, editor, and public relations person for the federal government and had numerous articles and brochures published.Review:
A warm and wise children's book that will greatly benefit and inspire children and adults alike. -- Joel Hochman, editor of Art Crowd Magazine
A wonderful, heartwarming tale. Absolutely dazzling! -- Betsy Hallett Holden, author of Nantucket's Night Magic
The best children's book I've read in years. A tremendous achievement. -- Paula Groothuis, author of "A Clearer Reflection"
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Book Description Bear Hug Pr, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M097135670X
Book Description Bear Hug Pr, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 32 pages. 11.00x8.50x0.25 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 097135670X