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We'll Paint the Octopus Red [Hardcover]

By Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen & Pam Devito (Illustrator)
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Item Specifications...

Pages   25
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 0.25" Width: 11.25" Height: 9.25"
Weight:   0.7 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Publisher   Woodbine House
Age  5-8
ISBN  1890627062  
EAN  9781890627065  

Availability  14 units.
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Item Description...
Emma and her father discuss what they will do when the new baby arrives, but they adjust their expectations when he is born with Down syndrome

Publishers Description
Six-year-old Emma has big dreams for her new baby brother. But when she learns that he has Down syndrome, she worries that he won't be able to do many of the fun things she's imagined they'd do together. This is a reassuring story for young children as well as parents adjusting to Down syndrome and what it means for their relationship with their sibling or child. It concludes with helpful questions and answers for children about Down syndrome.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! After living on Midway Atoll in the center of the Pacific Ocean for nearly three years, Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen now lives in the state of Washington, not far from Mount St. Helens. Stephanie is a faculty member of the Whidbey Writers Workshop MFA program there, and she is the author of several widely-reviewed and award-winning books that have become favorites of parents, librarians, and teachers.

Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen was born in 1965.

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SLP  Jul 6, 2008
We'll Paint the Octopus Red is a book about a little girl named Emma, who is going to become a big sister soon. Through the first half of the book Emma and her dad talk about all of the things, she is going to be able to do with her new little brother. She wants to kick the ball, go on safari in Africa, and paint the octopus. Then when her little brother is born, her dad tells her that he has Down Syndrome. She then thinks of all the things she wanted to do, and tells her dad she guesses he will not be able to do those things after all. Then her dad and her go through each thing and decide that if they are patient and take time with her new brother, he will be able to do all of those things in life. Therefore, Emma decides that Downs will not be that big of a deal, and goes to see her little brother at the hospital, and tells him that she will teach him to paint the octopus red when he is older. The end of the book also has questions and answers for children about Down Syndrome.
Wonderful book for siblings  Mar 13, 2008
A little girl eagerly anticipates the birth of her little sister and she pictures all the things they will do together. When her sister is born with Downs Syndrome, she must realize that they won't be able to do all of those things, but there are still fun things they can do together and be loving siblings.

This is a very positive book that is excellent for a child with a special need-learning to love your sibling no matter what and finding things to do with her has to be one of the hardest parts for any big sister, and this book lovingly shows how to do that. Excellent for read aloud and early readers, up through about 3rd grade.
Also good for siblings where the older one has Down syndrome  Sep 4, 2007
I bought this book while pregnant because I'm sure that someday my daughter will have questions about her big brother who has Down syndrome. I'm hoping that this book will help both of them understand why when the day comes that she is able to do things that he hasn't learned yet. Being only 23 months apart, I felt the need to be prepared as soon as possible.

This is a beautiful book that very sweetly explains that delays don't mean that someone will never be able. I like the fact that this book doesn't dwell on the negatives of a Down syndrome diagnosis, but also includes the idea that Mom & Dad may be sad. I hope that my daughter someday cherishes the book and why I bought it for her.
Highly Recommend  Aug 26, 2007
Great book. Like an earlier review, it also made me cry the first time I read it. It really captures the feelings associated with having a Down Syndrome child. Definitely a must buy for anyone who has a Down Syndrome child, with or without siblings.
We'll Paint The Octopus Red  Aug 25, 2007
This book is wonderful for siblings and young children that are related to a child with down's sydrome. Very educational. I gave it as a gift to my nephews and neices to help them to understand how their cousin would be a little different than them but can do the same things in time.

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