Susan Laughs

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Publisher: Andersen

Susan can do so many things - she can laugh, sing, fly, dance, swim and much more. The final page of this wonderful book reveals that Susan is in a wheelchair, showing that 'disabled' doesn't mean 'disadvantaged'.

This award-winning book with simple rhyming text and cheerful illustrations is a refreshing approach to the subject of disability for young children.

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