The Princess Panda Tea Party*
- A story all children can picture themselves in - not just for those with Cerebral Palsy
- This book is a reminder that everyone, regardless of ability, can harness their own amazing powers
- A great read for adults, too
- Best for Ages 6 and above
Michelle, age eight, has cerebral palsy and lives at an all-girls orphanage. She is often openly mocked by the other girls because of her need to use a walker for mobility. One day, she spends her hard-earned change for a toy stuffed panda at the local Salvation Army store. When opportunity strikes for the orphanage girls to compete, in manners and deportment, for the privilege of tea with the Queen of England, Michelle's enchanted panda comes to life and her world will never be the same!
Readers of this story will:
Gain an appreciation for people with disabilities
Discover the courage to go after their dreams
Learn how to treat guests with courtesy and warmth
See how preparation and practice are the keys to success
Learn the power of affirmations
Understand how generosity can change the world.
About the Author
Once a teen runaway, Jewel Kats is now a two-time Mom's Choice Award winner. For six years, Jewel penned a syndicated teen advice column for Scripps Howard News Service (USA) and The Halifax Chronicle Herald. She gained this position through The Young People's Press. Jewel also interned in the TV studio of Entertainment Tonight Canada. Her books have been featured in Ability Magazine (USA) twice. She's authored eight books-five are about disabilities. The Museum of disABILITY History celebrated her work with a two-day event. Jewel has appeared as an international magazine cover story four times.
0.1 x 8.4 x 8.4 inches