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Anna & Natalie

Barbara H. Cole Illustrator: Ronald Himler

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Anna is never picked for any team at school. But she is determined to be part of the wreath-laying team at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington. This moving story tells how Anna deals with being blind. It will touch the hearts of readers.

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10"x 9",  
32 pages,  
ages 4-8, 

Lexile® Measure: AD 620L

$16.95

  • Hardcover

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CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
Social and emotional learning, diversity, special needs and inclusion, self-awareness and empathy, family and community, motivational

Anna & Natalie

"Community college teacher Barbara H. Cole and award-winning children's book illustrator Ronald Himler present Anna & Natalie, a children's picturebook about putting one's heart and soul into what one does. Young Anna is never picked for teams that do anything fun - but when the teacher Mrs. Randall tells her class about a letter-writing contest to determine which four students will form the wreath-laying team at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington, Virginia, Anna is motivated to put her all into proving that she is worthy of the honor. She writes the letter, phrasing it as if dictated by her beloved seeing-eye dog Natalie. Together they earn the privilege of paying tribute to the men who served in World War II and the dogs who helped them. An uplifting children's book that gradually lets the reader discover that Anna is blind and Natalie is her seeing-eye dog, subtly integrating the invaluable lesson that disabled people are the same as everyone else on the inside."

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Anna & Natalie

Anna & Natalie

Anna is never picked for any team at school. But she is determined to be part of the wreath-laying team at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington. This moving story tells how Anna deals with being blind. It will touch the hearts of readers.

Curriculum guide available