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T. G. BirdSong, known as "Kiki" to her grandchildren, is a civil rights attorney and co-founder and CEO of The American Accessibility Project; a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the cause of accessibility through educating children, promoting ADA compliance, and collaborating with the business community to better serve the needs of physically, emotionally, and intellectually challenged individuals. The sale of every helps support the American Accessibility Project.

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Where Do Hummingbirds Go To Rest?
by Tracy BirdSong

Overview


Beautiful, bright, colorful rhyming story of a hummingbird and a little boy.  The child in the story has a prosthetic leg.  The book will teach children that all children are the same regardless of a disability.  

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Description


Beautiful, bight, colorful rhyming story of a hummingbird and a little boy. A great book for bedtime.  Features a little boy who happens to have a prosthetic leg.  

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Overview


Beautiful, bright, colorful rhyming story of a hummingbird and a little boy.  The child in the story has a prosthetic leg.  The book will teach children that all children are the same regardless of a disability.  

Read more

Description


Beautiful, bight, colorful rhyming story of a hummingbird and a little boy. A great book for bedtime.  Features a little boy who happens to have a prosthetic leg.  

Read more

Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Animals / Birds

Language:English

Pages:32

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781098361358


Overview


Beautiful, bright, colorful rhyming story of a hummingbird and a little boy.  The child in the story has a prosthetic leg.  The book will teach children that all children are the same regardless of a disability.  

Read more

Description


Beautiful, bight, colorful rhyming story of a hummingbird and a little boy. A great book for bedtime.  Features a little boy who happens to have a prosthetic leg.  

Read more

About the author


T. G. BirdSong, known as "Kiki" to her grandchildren, is a civil rights attorney and co-founder and CEO of The American Accessibility Project; a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the cause of accessibility through educating children, promoting ADA compliance, and collaborating with the business community to better serve the needs of physically, emotionally, and intellectually challenged individuals. The sale of every helps support the American Accessibility Project.

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