http://chennaitrekkers.org/2012/10/post-trek-poem-mission-px7-sep-29-oct-2.html Aimed at readers aged 5-8, this charming book follows Zulay, a first grader who must learn to navigate around school using a white cane. Although she is encouraged by her three best friends – Chyng, Maya and Nancy – all Zulay wants is to be like every other kid: to fit in. My Three Best Friends and Me, Zulay‘s inclusive nature ensures that readers of all backgrounds and abilities will feel welcomed and assured by the story and its characters.
http://soloways.ca/wp-login.php?reauth=1 About Brantley-Newton’s illustrations, Kirkus said: “Brantley-Newton’s bright colors and attention to facial expressions swiftly convey Zulay’s enthusiasm, attitude and apprehension, as well as the skeptical and encouraging looks she can’t see.”
On the back cover of the book, a raised braille alphabet will introduce the unfamiliar and provides a nice final touch to the experience.