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Be Good To Eddie Lee
A sweet and pure story of friendship and growing up, that can lead children away from harmful stereotypes and labels.
Chirsty and Jim Bud think Eddie Lee, a boy with Down syndrome, is a nuisance, but when he follows them into the woods one afternoon, his understanding of nature leads them to the most amazing discoveries of the day. What makes this book so effective are the carefully selected details and authentic portrayal of the children's attitudes - as well as Cooper's luminous art, summoning up all the enchantment of a lovely summer day and presenting Eddie Lee as believably endearing.
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