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Juan Has the Jitters by Aneta Cruz

Juan Has the Jitters

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Juan Has the Jitters by Aneta Cruz
Hardcover $17.95
Oct 06, 2020 | ISBN 9781623174941

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Juan has the Jitters is a sweet story about the power of kindness and inclusion to help a child with autism feel a sense of belonging with his class. All children should feel part of a classroom community and this book does a beautiful job showing that all children belong and have a special strength to share with others.”
—Joanna Rowland, author of Stay Through the Storm, The Memory Box, and Always Mom, Forever Dad

“We all have different likes and ways of coping with stress. This story shows how a little creativity can transform school experiences to be more welcoming and fun for all.”
—Kourtney LaFavre, author of If Sun Could Speak

“A sweet, insightful story that will encourage kids to appreciate and celebrate the things that make each of us unique.”
—Jarrett Lerner, author of the EngiNerds and the Geeger the Robot series

“An exuberant celebration of how supportive and empowering a classroom community can be! The playful language helps readers understand how Juan feels when he gets the Jitters, as well as how he soothes himself. . . . The bright illustrations of the diverse class adds to the playful, upbeat tone of the story.”
—Keely Parrack, author of Morning, Sunshine!

“A big-hearted picture book full of kindness, friendship, and important lessons.”
—Lisa Schmid, author of Ollie Oxley and the Ghost

“A heartwarming story about a boy who has an autism diagnosis, his worries about an upcoming schedule change, his self-soothing practice of clapping, and acceptance amongst his teacher and peers. . . . This story, with its colorful illustrations and relatable characters, captures the true spirit of inclusion.”
—Annemarie Riley Guertin, author of How the Finch Got His Colors and Thundermaestro

“The colorful and playful art will appeal to kids. Teachers and parents will enjoy this great resource. Clap your hands for Juan Has the Jitters!”
—Linda Joy Singleton, author of A Cat Is Better, Lucy Loves Goosey, and Crane and Crane

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