In Our Skin

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 16 pages
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This book is about a young boy who is trying to understand why there are so many differences among people. In this story, he is curious as to why he is able to do things with little effort, while there are so many others who cannot. This book is designed to help younger children to Understand The importance of accepting others, regardless of what they can or cannot do. This book is also intended to help children see that despite obstacles that some may face, we can overcome and accomplish things that we thought weren't possible, and even help teach others life lessons along the way.

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About the author (2010)

Traci (Hornberger) Smith is married and has three young boys and a step daughter. Traci has always had a passion for writing short stories and poetry. After the birth of her second son who has a rare syndrome affecting his brain, she was inspired to write a book for children to help educate them about disabilities and differences. Traci plans to continue to write and help educate young children. Traci is a member of Hazelwood Christian Church and part of United Way in Martinsville, Indiana.

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