Kaela and Shannon Green introduce Scottie on the Space Station! - Zoom Event

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Saturday, September 12, 2020 - 2:00pm
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Local authors share their new picture book!

Scottie on the Space Station book cover

About the Scottie on the Space Station: Ellie and her family love living on the space station! With a mother who is an intergalactic doctor and a father who studies the stars, Ellie's life on the station is a blast. They can do anything you can do on Earth... except they can do it with alien visitors in zero gravity. Sometimes the aliens don't know how to play or talk with Ellie's little brother, Scottie, because he is a person with disabilities. But this doesn't stop Ellie from introducing them and showing them that Scottie is a great friend! 

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Kaela Green author photo provided by author Shannon Green author photo provided by author

About Kaela and Shannon Green: Having been raised with Scottie, a brother with disabilities, sisters Kaela and Shannon Green developed a passion for teaching inclusion to children at a young age. Kaela and Shannon want to use their love for writing as a forum to educate relationship building with those who are marginalized. Kaela works as a Project Manager in the Medical industry and Shannon is a Special Education Teacher through Teach for America.

Kaela and Shannon Green introduce Scottie on the Space Station!
Time: Sep 12, 2020 02:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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$10.79
ISBN: 9781788307550
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Olympia Publishers - August 27th, 2020

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