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  • Fighting for yes!: the story of disability… by Cocca-Leffler, Maryann,
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    This Biography is about Judith Heumann, who was because of her hard long fighting work The American Disabilities Act was signed into law.  

    Judy was born able to walk but after contracting Polio she was left with not being able to walk again.  She so wanted to go to school and lead a normal kids life but was always told NO! due to her disability , she couldnt get up steps or down steps or reach anything high.  Buildings and schools were not equiped to handle someone in a wheelchair.  She fought to change the way america sees the disabled and in this book it teaches us to stand for what's right and fight no matter how far off you think you might be.

    Reviewed by Mary D on Nov 8, 2022

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  • I'm worried by Black, Michael Ian,
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    I'm worried is a book about a small potatoe who is worried about everything in the future.  His friend shows him that sometimes bad things will happen but over time they turned out okay and how a bad thing can change but worrying doesnt help.  

    Reviewed by Mary D on Nov 3, 2022

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  • Worrysaurus. by Bright, Rachel.
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    A little dinosaur, worrysaurus, was one who liked it when he knew what laid ahead of him.  But in his head he dreamt up things that could go wrong, did he bring with him enough to eat, drink he over thought everything.  What if he got lost what if he was scared.  He worred if a storm might be coming and it put a cloud above his head.  Then  he thought about what his mother would say, he would carry a tin of happy things and he would hold them one by one till he felt better.  

     

     

    Reviewed by Mary D on Nov 3, 2022

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  • To change a planet by Soontornvat, Christina.
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    Changing something can come easy or hard, it takes one person to start a change.  This book is about our planet and how one person can help the earth One person small quiet insignificant but one turns into many and can change a planet.

     

    Reviewed by Mary D on Oct 26, 2022

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  • Bats at the library by Lies, Brian.
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    The Free library comes alive with these book loving bats!  The book is set to a rhyme and shows how the bats can lose themselves into the books and halls of the library.  The wreck havoc with the copying machine and the water fountain.  The fantasies and fun the bats have will entertain little ones.  Great picture book and illustrations to look at.

     

    Reviewed by Mary D on Oct 6, 2022

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  • Armadillo antics by Martin, Bill,
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    Armadillo Antics is a cute picture book about facts and getting children to know about the creatures that roam outside at night in the woods.  Bill Martin Jr. is an acclaimed children's author who wrote a delightful book for children to learn more about armadillos.  The last page has fun true facts about the armadillo.  , beautiful illustrations by Nathalie Beauvois

     

    Reviewed by Mary D on Sep 29, 2022

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