Someone Special Books Soft Cover Full Set

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Personalization: This 13 book class set is already pre-personalized for you allowing general use in the classroom or library. If you would like any of the 13 books to be personalized for a specific student, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will work together to customize your set.

Age: toddler to 10 years old
Cover: Soft cover
Number of pages: 16 full color
Dimensions: 8.25” X 8.25”
Language Options: currently English only, other languages coming soon

About This Book

Whether you are a principal, classroom teacher, guidance counselor, social worker, or librarian, this class set of 13, softcover picture books will enrich the learning experience and answer any questions of curious children by teaching differences and acceptance. The topics discussed include making friends, Autism, Diabetes, Food Allergies, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Speech, Vision, and Hearing Impairments, Epilepsy, Down Syndrome, Physical Conditions, and Cerebral Palsy.

How To Use This Class Set

Our books are designed to spread the message of acceptance, awareness, and kindness to all children. Whether you are planning a thematic unit, teaching a lesson, or wanting to find the right words to discuss these topics with children, this class set is perfect for you.

What Others Are Saying

“I’ve always found it difficult to explain to my children about why other children might look or act differently than them. It really helps to have this book which tells a story while teaching a valuable lesson and has beautiful illustrations. The Talking Points on the last page really opens the door to a great discussion.” ~Caryn P. 

“Hometown School staff use "Someone Special" books to facilitate meaningful conversations during our morning meetings as well as other times throughout the day. These engaging stories not only allow us to discuss differences, but also celebrate our uniqueness!” ~Katy S., Principal