Retired educator and author Mabel Elizabeth Singletary, shares in her new book how children who accept disabilities in others can benefit and grow socially. The book, targeting children ages 8-13 tells a fictional story of a child learning to be sensitive to the feelings of his peers.The book, as well as a question and answer activity book were released on Amazon.com and is also available through mabelesingletary.com.
Now more than ever children are finding themselves confronted with the topic of bullying. What actions are considered bullying. What actions are not? This book, through the telling of a story gives the reader a window into how another child might feel when made fun of in front of his or her peers. The question & answer workbook offers comprehension questions for discussion following each chapter.
For more information about Leon's Share by Mabel Elizabeth Singletary, please contact Mabel E. Singletary at mabelesinlgetary.com.
Mabel Elizabeth Singletary worked as an educator for over thirty years in New Jersey Public Schools. She is the author of The Double Dutch Club Series and The Also Rans Series (Moody Publishers, Chicago, IL.)
Mabel enjoys writing fictional stories that teach and encourages the hearts of children.