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Invisible disabilities : adventure kit.

Author: Erin Entrada Kelly; Mel Tregonning; Leslie Connor
Publisher: Sioux Falls, S.D. : Siouxland Libraries, 2021
Series: Adventure kits
Edition/Format:   Kit : Juvenile audience   Visual material : English
Summary:
On this adventure, meet unforgettable characters who live with unique, and often unseen challenges. In Hello, Universe, four misunderstood middle-schoolers and the biggest bully in town come together under dire circumstances. Small Things, a wordless graphic picture book, goes to the heart of a young boy's anxiety and opens the way for dialogue about acceptance, vulnerability, and the universal experience of worry.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Adventure kit
Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Comic books, strips, etc. Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Juvenile audience, Kit
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Erin Entrada Kelly; Mel Tregonning; Leslie Connor
ISBN: 9780062414151 0062414151 9781772781410 177278141X 9780062491435 0062491431 9781483840895 1483840891
OCLC Number: 1285928922
Notes: Each item in this kit checks out individually.
Description: 4 books, 1 set of 105 flashcards
Contents: Hello, Universe / Erin Entrada Kelly --
Small Things / Mel Tregonning --
The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle / Leslie Connor --
Sign Language flashcards (105 flashcards)
Series Title: Adventure kits

Abstract:

On this adventure, meet unforgettable characters who live with unique, and often unseen challenges. In Hello, Universe, four misunderstood middle-schoolers and the biggest bully in town come together under dire circumstances. Small Things, a wordless graphic picture book, goes to the heart of a young boy's anxiety and opens the way for dialogue about acceptance, vulnerability, and the universal experience of worry. In The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle, Mason is the biggest, sweatiest seventh-grader in his school. He also sees colors when there is too much pressure, like when his best friend died and now his new friend Calvin goes missing. How can he make everyone understand he is telling the truth?

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