Don’t Look at Me: A Child’s Book about Feeling Different

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A young boy is portrayed as he sorts out the hurt of “being different” and called a “retard” at school. The boy knows he is not like other children when it comes to his ability to learn. He finds true friendship with a little lamb, Fluffy. Fluffy “speaks” truths to the boy about his specialness and how he is loved in spite of his differences. Ages 5 and up.

© 1986 Sanford, Doris
Audience: Children