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Treat Everyone Decently

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Ted & FriendsFor too long people with a disability have been treated differently. This beautifully illustrated book will show children (and adults) that just because someone is doing something differently, doesn't mean that they are doing it wrong; it's OK to be different, difference is good.

 

 

Tomorrow is T.E.D.'s first day back at school and he is feeling excited, but nervous.

 T.E.D. (which stands for Treat Everyone Decently) has been away from school for a few months after an accident which put him in a wheelchair. T.E.D. is concerned that the children at his school will treat him differently now that he is in a wheelchair. 

T.E.D. has no need to be concerned, as the other children know that he has not changed and is still the same T.E.D. he has always been, just doing things differently.