Shelly the Seagull: Educating Children About Depression
- Help children learn to interact with others who are unlike themselves without fear of the unknown
- Teach children to appreciate diversity and acceptance
- Includes discussion questions for children with and without
- Ages: 4-8
The story explains a depression in kid-friendly language in hopes of demystifying perceived differences to readers so they can comfortably and freely interact with others who are unlike themselves without fearing the unknown. Educating children early in life will help them appreciate diversity and acceptance. Includes discussion questions for the child who has the medical condition, and discussion questions for the child who does not have the medical condition. 16 pages.
This book is part of the Dillon and His Exceptional Friends Set.