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My Friend Isabelle
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My Friend Isabelle

About friends one who has Down syndrome and how they are different but this is what makes the world so great.
This is a story about preshcool friends Charlie and Isabelle who has Down syndrome. The story is about how they are different but this is what makes the world so great.

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