Will YOU Be My Friend?

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Joey, an incredible 50 year old young man who has Down Sydrome talks about how to be a friend as well as the joys and challenges of friendship. Each page includes an interactive question to discuss the similarities and/or differences that we naturally have as friends. Also included are classroom & school application pages. More

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About Marianne Marts

Marianne Marts is the youngest of six children and the only girl. She is a special education teacher & advocate by trade and a sister by heart! Being Joey’s guardian isn’t always easy but most often it is a blessing. Many life lessons and much joy have come from being Joey’s guardian. For many years Marianne has envisioned a series of books and resources to help communities and families understand the needs of people with disabilities.

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Review by: Jessica Lila on April 23, 2012 :
Marianne does a great job of putting a real face on what it's like to live with a family member with Down Syndrome, with all the challenges and joys that entails. "Will You Be My Friend" is a book for all ages, but is especially worthwhile for those wishing to teach their children or students the value of all people, especially those who may be a little different than we are. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the books in this series!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: margie pizzi on April 09, 2012 :
MARIANNE MARTS IS A VERY ''GIFTED'' YOUNG LADY, WHOSE OUTREACH TO CHILDREN IS DELIGHTFUL, INSIGHTFUL, AND HUMOROUS.....SHE TOUCHES THE PARENT'S HEARTS, AS WELL AS REACHING OUT TO CHILDREN, AND GIVING THEM AN UNDERSTANDING OF ''BEING DIFFERENT''.......
MARGIE PIZZI
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Kimberly Ridener on March 30, 2012 :
I love this book! The Author really captured the true essence of the character's life. I am confident that this book, with the lesson curriculum at the end, will help me teach others understanding, tolerance and how important friendships are to all people, irregardless of their "abilities".
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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