Waylen Wants to Jam
Playing the drum is so much fun. Waylen could do that all day long. But learning to be on a drumline is
different. How will Waylen learn to drum with his line? What happens when Waylen is jamming?
A True Story promoting inclusion and self-determination
Part of the Finding my way series.
Jo Meserve Mach, author and publisher, spent 36 years as an Occupational Therapist. She is very passionate about sharing the stories of children with special needs. Jo embraces the joy that individuals with disabilities bring to our communities through their unique gifts.
Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier, author, has worked in the fields of Early Childhood and Special Education for over 25 years. She has a PhD in Special Education from the University of Kansas. Vera is passionate about the inclusion of each and every child in settings where they would be if they did not have a disability. Parenting a teen and tween with special needs enrich her life.
Photography by Mary Birdsell.Mary Birdsell is a professional photographer and a former Speech and Theatre teacher. She strives to create images that reflect the strengths of each child. Mary's background in education, theatre and photography intersect as she visually creates our books. She uses colors and shapes to tell a story. For her, each book is like its own theatre production.
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