1. Paperback Edition
- Premium Color
- 32 pages
- 8.5 x 8.5 inches
- Juvenile Fiction, Family, Siblings
- Juvenile Fiction, Family, Parents
- Juvenile Fiction, Health & Daily Living
Parenting special needs,Siblings special needs,Special Needs, Siblings, Children, Discussing differences
A Story Of A Brother's Understanding and Acceptance
Julie Leavitt Wolfe
This is a story about a young boy named Jack, and the feelings he’s had about his little sister Holly, who has special needs. Jack sometimes feels sad because he wants his mom or dad to play with him and his Mega Power People, or take him to his favorite restaurant, “Syd’s”, but they are busy taking Holly to therapy or doctor appointments. Jack begins to understand that his parents do try to make sure he knows he’s important and loved, and begins to believe, just like his mom, that one day Holly will be able to do anything she wants!
Julie Leavitt Wolfe graduated with a BS and MA in Early Childhood Education. She was a Kindergarten teacher for five years in Teaneck, NJ before having her two children, Ryan and Sydney. She resides with her family in Bergen County, NJ.