My Name Is Not Slow: Kids with Intellectual Disabilities
by Sheila Stewart & Camden Flath
Kids with intellectual disabilities too often have to put up with teasing and name-calling. Some people don't know how to talk to or interact with people whose brains work differently than their own. Kids with intellectual disabilities might have trouble remembering things or understanding how things work, but there are a lot of things they do understand. Things like friendship, love, and laughter are important to everyone, and that includes kids with intellectual disabilities.
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