Jessica Scott's New Book 'Why Won't Anna Say Hi?' Is An Insightful Tale About A Young Girl Who Befriends Her Classmate With Autism
UNIONTOWN, Pa., October 30, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Jessica Scott, a lifelong resident of Uniontown, Pennsylvania, who is currently an elementary school principal, has completed her most recent book "Why Won't Anna Say Hi?": an enchanting story about a young girl who meets and forms a heartfelt bond with another lass with autism.
Jessica writes, "Katie arrives at school for her first day of kindergarten. She is so excited to meet her new teacher, Mrs. Rogers, and all her new classmates. Katie enters the brightly decorated classroom ready to learn. She recognizes a friend from preschool and a boy from her neighborhood. She also sees faces of boys and girls who she hopes are going to be her friends. One girl has really caught Katie's attention. The girl's name is Anna. Anna is very quiet, and Katie notices she acts a little differently than everyone else in the classroom does. As the day goes on, Katie finds out that she really likes Anna. Anna has autism, but Katie sees her as just another girl.
This publication is the first of a series highlighting classroom diversity. Follow Katie and her friends as they learn to appreciate one another's differences. The students in Mrs. Rogers's class represent kindness and acceptance."
Published by Fulton Books, Jessica Scott's book shares a captivating and compassionate circumstance that teaches children to be loving and understanding of others, especially those in the autism spectrum.
Follow Katie as she forms an irreplaceable bond with Anna, a new student who has autism.
Readers who wish to experience this enriching work can purchase "Why Won't Anna Say Hi?" at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books