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A Tale of Friendship by Lisa Eichlin
We have the good fortune of having local author Lisa Eichlin in our school in Union Township. Lisa has written a fantastic book called "The Bravest Boy I Ever Knew". Lisa channeled real life experience into this book for children to share an important message. The story is about a young boy named Michael who explains how his handicapped friend lives every day to it's fullest. It teaches us that even though we can all be so different, we are, ultimately, very much alike. This is a great way to open a conversation with your kids about those with handicaps. I read this book to my boys who loved it.
"What makes someone brave? Michael wants to introduce you to someone very important. This boy is just like you. He loves sports, puzzles, and being outside. He loves to race Michael, often beating him. This boy is a great best friend. Michael wants to be just like him because he's the bravest boy Michael knows. But why does Michael think he's so brave? Find out in The Bravest Boy I Ever Knew."
You can purchase your own copy at local book sellers, such as Barnes and Noble, Borders and Amazon.
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