Sandy Brehl's Reviews > Just Ask!: Be Different, Be Brave, Be You

Just Ask! by Sonia Sotomayor
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With a voice much more direct and kid-friendly than one might expect form a Supreme Court Justice, this is a very direct message to young that could serve many adults well.
When you see things that seem unusual or new to you, ask a question- but do dos thoughtfully and with respect. In this case the examples all relate to various differences among our human family, and it should prove helpful for parents who tend to shush a child who says "Why can't he walk?' or other direct questions as they encounter different levels of able-ism within our wide and varied world.
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