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By Siblings, For Siblings
siblings of people with disabilities supporting other siblings of people with disabilities
by Natalie Hampton and Nicole Hampton

Overview


By Siblings, For Siblings is a collection of quotes, advice, and stories gathered from siblings of those with disabilities to support other siblings. The book is divided into common emotions — feeling different, isolated, embarrassed, sorrow, and grateful. We hope these stories can impact other siblings of those with disabilities.
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Description


What is it like to have a sibling with a disability? By Siblings, For Siblings is a collection of quotes, advice, and stories gathered from siblings of those with disabilities to support other siblings of those with disabilities. The book is divided into common emotions — feeling different, isolated, embarrassed, sorrow, and grateful. Written by siblings of people with disabilities and reviewed by medical professionals, the stories are meant to show other siblings of people with disabilities that they aren't alone, and that many other people can relate to their experiences and emotions.
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About the author


Natalie Hampton is a junior at the Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in the Creative Writing Department in Houston, Texas. She spends her days writing poetry and fiction at school and fantasy at home. After soccer games, she enjoys spending time with her cats and dog and scrolling through TikTok.

Nicole Hampton is a junior at The Emery/Weiner School in Houston, Texas. She enjoys creating art, solving math problems, playing soccer in the 100-degree Houston weather, and impulsively cutting her hair. She spends her nights staying up too late reading and dreaming of donuts.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE NONFICTION

Subgenre:Social Issues / Special Needs

Language:English

Pages:96

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781667831930


Overview


By Siblings, For Siblings is a collection of quotes, advice, and stories gathered from siblings of those with disabilities to support other siblings. The book is divided into common emotions — feeling different, isolated, embarrassed, sorrow, and grateful. We hope these stories can impact other siblings of those with disabilities.

Read more

Description


What is it like to have a sibling with a disability? By Siblings, For Siblings is a collection of quotes, advice, and stories gathered from siblings of those with disabilities to support other siblings of those with disabilities. The book is divided into common emotions — feeling different, isolated, embarrassed, sorrow, and grateful. Written by siblings of people with disabilities and reviewed by medical professionals, the stories are meant to show other siblings of people with disabilities that they aren't alone, and that many other people can relate to their experiences and emotions.

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About the author


Natalie Hampton is a junior at the Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in the Creative Writing Department in Houston, Texas. She spends her days writing poetry and fiction at school and fantasy at home. After soccer games, she enjoys spending time with her cats and dog and scrolling through TikTok.

Nicole Hampton is a junior at The Emery/Weiner School in Houston, Texas. She enjoys creating art, solving math problems, playing soccer in the 100-degree Houston weather, and impulsively cutting her hair. She spends her nights staying up too late reading and dreaming of donuts.

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