Special Education

Day 6 of 29 Celebrating Black Children’s Books – Nelson Beats The Odds
 by Ronnie Sidney, II

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NelsonBeatsTheOddsNelson Beats The Odds
by Ronnie Sidney, II

Paperback: 32 pages
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Nelson use to think school was all about playing around and talking with his friends. When Nelson learns that he has been placed in Special Education, he fears being teased. Consequently, he keeps his learning disability and ADHD diagnosis a secret. With the encouragement of his parents and assistance from Mrs. T., his Special Education teacher, Nelson pushes the boundaries and discovers his potential.

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The Big Move by Latoyoua Topping

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LatoyouaToppingLatoyoua Gammage-Topping is a Navy wife and mother. At the age of twenty-seven, she took on the role of raising her younger brother. Since then, she has experienced four deployments and has relocated three times.  She has a bachelor of science from Virginia State University and is currently pursuing her MBA with a concentration in health service administration from Strayer University. She is the social media administrator at the local health department. She’s also a mentor to young girls at her church.

 

 


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The Big Move
by Latoyoua Topping

Paperback: 24 pages
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The book points out challenges that children will face when relocating. It focuses on the key importance of talking about feelings, adjusting to changes, and making new friends. Amira has to move due to her dad’s promotion in the military. Although she’s having a hard time with the move, her parents are very supportive in helping her adjust to the new move.

 

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Nelson Beats The Odds
 by Ronnie Sidney, II

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RonnieSidneyRonnie Sidney, II, MSW, is a father, therapist, author, app developer, professional speaker and entrepreneur. He received a Master of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2014. Ronnie was raised in Tappahannock, Virginia, and attended Essex County Public Schools (ECPS). While attending ECPS, he spent several years in Special Education after being diagnosed with a learning disability. The stigmatization of special education created a lack of interest in school.

 

 

NelsonBeatsTheOddsNelson Beats The Odds
by Ronnie Sidney, II

Paperback: 32 pages
Available on Amazon
Visit them on Facebook

Nelson use to think school was all about playing around and talking with his friends. When Nelson learns that he has been placed in Special Education, he fears being teased. Consequently, he keeps his learning disability and ADHD diagnosis a secret. With the encouragement of his parents and assistance from Mrs. T., his Special Education teacher, Nelson pushes the boundaries and discovers his potential.

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To see more books and authors visit InsideTheBooks.com