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Susan Laughs by Jeanne Willis

Susan Laughs  by Jeanne Willis
  • Author Jeanne Willis
  • Title Susan Laughs
  • Category Children's Books
  • Subcategory Literature & Fiction
  • ISBN 0099407566
  • ISBN13 978-0099407560
  • Size PDF 1574 kb
  • Size FB2 1358 kb
  • Size EPUB 1379 kb
  • Publisher RED FOX BOOKS (RAND); New edition edition (2001)
  • Language English
  • Rating 4.3
  • Votes 686
  • Pages 32 pages

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Reviews about Susan Laughs by Jeanne Willis

Love this book. Simply put for young kids. It shows several illustrations of a little girl who can do many things, with simple statements on each page. The last page reveals that she uses a wheelchair. We just ordered my daughter's first wheelchair and I can't wait to share this book with others. I bought a few copies. The kids at daycare are well aware of what my daughter can do, but this will be great for her classroom and other classrooms when she attends pre-k. Wonderful book. Highly recommend for any child, their daycare or classroom, wheelchair or not.
This is a good book for young children. It shows a child doing all the "normal" things throughout the story. Its not until the last page you see that the child happens to be in a wheelchair. I think this is perfect for a pre-schooler, its just a couple words on each page, and it introduces them to the topic of disability or rather ABILITY. I have twin boys, one of whom uses a wheel chair so we live the true story of ALL the things he can do, not just the one thing he can't (walk). But I'm planning on taking this book to his pre-school and sharing with his friends.
Great book. Susan is just like everyone else; at the end of the book the reader discovers that Susan is in a wheelchair. As a mom of 2 daughters with physical limitations, I am always searching for books that have characters using equipment without the equipment being the focus of the book. This book meets that quest!
This is a wonderful Book! I have taken this book with me to every family I babysit for - Every child has asked me to read it again. The pictures are great - very expressive. This book is great for all children. What is great is that each child I babysit for has had a different reaction to the final picture (The only picture of Susan in a wheelchair). Some older children have told me about a kid in their grade who uses a wheelchair, some of the younger kids show no surprise whatsever - to them Susan really is no different anyway!
I love, love, love this book! I would highly recommend it to any teachers of young children, especially toddlers or preschoolers. The illustrations are wonderful and the children often laugh at the things Susan gets up to, but in the end there is also a clear message about diversity. Love it!
This is a story that every child should read to have understandings for others differences.
Bought for work to read to people with disabilities. They all enjoyed it as did I. Sweet and simple-- a quick read.
The quality of the book is great, and the art it's beautiful. The story is perfect if you want to teach children not to discriminate.