Sam Uses a Wheelchair by Jillian Powell
  

Sam Uses a Wheelchair

Written by Jillian Powell
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Part of the Like Me, Like You Series

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Synopsis

Sam Uses a Wheelchair by Jillian Powell

In Sam uses a Wheelchair , Sam shows us her daily exercises, uses her standing frame and plays basketball with her friends. This title has the full endorsement of The Association of Wheelchair Children. Like Me Like You is a positive and sensitive series written in the first person, which shows real children with a particular illness or disability during a typical day as they go to school, play with friends and join in different activities.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Jillian Powell
More books by Jillian Powell

Publisher

Evans Brothers Ltd an imprint of Evans Publishing Group

Publication date

4th December 2009

ISBN

9780237539276


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