A book about attitudes. Most people are confused about how to react to those with disabilities. Their questions, misconceptions, doubts and fears are answered here – simply and straight from the heart – by a child with cerebral palsy. Sheila Dhir's willfully childlike line drawings are just as simple and powerful as the short poems. As a differently abled child's silent dialogue with society, the book offers a sensitive and sensible way of helping children understand disability, and the strengths of those who are differently abled.
|Book Title||Why Are You Afraid To Hold My Hand? (Why Are You Afraid To Hold My Hand)|
|Author||Sheila Dhir (Sheila Dhir)|