Onika Wants To Help: A True Story of Inclusion and Self-Determination

Onika Wants To Help: A True Story of Inclusion and Self-Determination

by Jo Meserve Mach and Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier

In Tanzania, there is a little village where a girl named Onika lives. She loves to go to school with her friends. Onika, Teophani, Agnes and Elibeth each have activities they like to do at their school. What is Onika’s favorite thing to do? How can Onika and her friends learn skills to help their village?Finding My Way Books honor children with special disabilities by sharing their stories. Onika has intellectual disabilities.


Ages: 4-up
Illustrated by: Mary Birdsell
ISBN: 9781944764401
Price: $10.49
Published by: Finding My Way Books

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