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Format: Hardcover

Vendor: B&H Kids

Publication Date: August 15, 2018

ISBN: 1462794742

ISBN-13: 9781462794744

Number of Pages: 32

Dimensions: 9.30 × 9.30 (inches)

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This encouraging story shows how life changes when we learn to value those who are differently abled and to champion the power of thoughtfulness. 

Author Dorena Williamson explores the need to be "thoughtFULL"—full of thoughtfulness and awareness, particularly with those who have special needs. In this delightful story, it's awards day at school, and Ahanu (a boy with Down Syndrome) earns the award for being thoughtful. Later, when his friend Joshua sees others making fun of Ahanu, it's Joshua's turn to be thoughtful by supporting his differently abled friend. While doing so, Joshua learns important lessons about friendship, disabilities, and the value we each have as God's children.

Also available in this series: ColorFull: Celebrating the Colors God Gave Us. 

This B&H Kids book includes a Parent Connection, an easy tool to help moms and dads (or anyone else who loves kids) discuss the book's message with their child. We're all about connecting parents and kids to each other and to God's Word.

Author Info

For more than twenty-two years, Dorena Williamson has served as a leader and pastor's wife in a diverse church, where she sees how God has uniquely created us with different abilities. Dorena is passionate about helping parents and children lean in to courageous conversations about how God made us all unique, and she hopes to use these connections to affirm the grace in our different gifts. She and her husband Dr. Chris have four children.

Robert Dunn is a Scottish illustrator specializing in editorial, children's, and picture book illustration. He works mixing traditional media with digital elements in his cluttered but cozy home studio in the wilds of South Lanarkshire. Robert has contributed to The Drawing Dreams Foundation in California and for over ten years has been a supporter of ACT (Aid for Children with Tracheostomies). Robert's first picture book, Spacewalkies, was published in 2015. There's Only One Scruffle followed in 2016.

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