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Kendra is excited to perform at the dance recital! She works hard on her dance poses, but she is not as perfect as her friends. Even when she follows their every move, her dancing feels wonky and stiff. How can Kendra’s routine become perfect in time for the recital?
Paperback, 32 pages
Published November 13th 2019 by INCLUDAS Publishing
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Ages 5 and up. This sweet story of a disabled protagonist is the rare book about disability that explains not only the character's feelings, but the diagnosis as well. Kendra has a rare condition that causes dwarfism and joint limitations, but she's a passionate dancer. During rehearsals, she starts to look at the others and worry that she doesn't measure up because her body can't perform some of the moves. A supportive friend encourages her to dance the way she loves to, and this helps her disc ...more
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I‘m a 28 year old whose main goal in life is helping families and children who have a severe or life-threatening illness or disability. I have been in the hospital many times and have had numerous doctor appointments, which helps me to recognize and comprehend what it is like to be a child/teenager/adult with the medical world as apart of their life. I know that I can't relate to each and every ch ...more

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