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The Handstand

A modern day allegory about our sense of belonging.

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In this modern day allegory about disability awareness, The Littlest Tall Fellow learns the importance of everyone being equal no matter how different they are. In The Handstand he says, "For even those who cannot walk, or cannot hear the words we talk, or cannot see a deep blue sky, are nothing less than you or I."

This book, along with the other books in Rudner's collection, will charm their way into the imaginations of children everywhere. Barry Rudner is a writer of children's character-building self-esteem books and has been called a "Modern Day Dr. Seuss." Illustrated by Peggy Trabalka.

ISBN10: 978-1-940775
ISBN13: 978-1-940775-14-2
Author: Barry Rudner
Publisher: Nick Of Time Media, Inc.
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Pages: 26
Age Range: K-6, Parents

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Amanda

I loved the moral of this story. It's so important to understand that everyone is special and we shouldn't discriminate against people who aren't like us. 

We all can belong
A Customer

This is the perfect book to teach little ones about individual differences and acceptance. A young girl in a wheelchair longs to be a member of a back yard club. Only one problem, she must do a handstand to become a member. It all works out. As the story unfolds, children discover that everyone can belong and that everyone has feelings, and that some rules are meant to be broken or changed to help include everyone. 

We all can belong
Anonymous

 This is the perfect book to teach little ones about individual differences and exceptance. A young girl in a wheelchair longs to be a member of a back yard club. Only one problem, she must do a handstand to become a member. It all works out. As the story unfolds, children discover that everyone can belong and that everyone has feelings, and that some rules are meant to be broken or changed to help include everyone

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