Winny The Counting Horse

Author: Mary Jane Moore, M.A., R.C.C


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Many children develop a special interest at one point or another. Some may learn everything there is to know about dinosaurs or trains, while others love dogs, or science. A child’s peers and even the adults in their life may make them feel unaccepted for having an unusual interest. In particular, children in the Autism Spectrum may experience social isolation as a result of having a unique fascination.

Winny the horse loves to count more than other horses do. Winny counts everything around him! This story is meant to celebrate children’s special interests, and help them to view their own as a strength, rather than a deficit.

Mary Jane Moore, M.A., R.C.C lives on Vancouver Island in Canada. She spent many years as an inclusive learning teacher and counsellor in the public school system. She holds a special place in her heart and mind for children that face challenges each day because of their differences. Her stories celebrate the power of being unique, community, creativity and the natural world. Retired from teaching, Mary Jane loves playing with her grandchild, walking in cedar forests and alongside rivers, swimming in lakes, and of course, writing and drawing lots of stories for unique children.

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Pages: 24 | Trim Size: 8.5x11

Genre: Children

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