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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
In ABC D is Ability, we are introduced to some kids that have disabilities and are a bit different from you and me. We first meet Austin who has Autism and sees the world differently than others. Then we meet Brandon who is blind, Coral who has cerebral palsy, Daphne with Down Syndrome, Emery with Epilepsy, to name a few, as we go through the alphabet naming the disabilities with a brief definition of what it is, how it affects a child and what makes them the same as other kids.
Natassia Williamson has done a wonderful job of bringing a lot of childhood disabilities to light in ABC D is Ability. Written in a way that is easy for a child to follow, Williamson goes through the alphabet with a disorder or illness for each letter. I also like how it explains what each is and how it affects a person who has it. There were disorders and illnesses that I admit I didn’t even know much about until I read this book, which is nice to know that it doesn’t have to necessarily be only for children. It’s very educational with a fun twist to it. The illustrations are colorful and fit perfectly with the story being told. Overall, Natassia Williamson has written a unique children’s book that both children and adults will enjoy. It’s definitely a book I would recommend to my friends with kids, and I am eager to read more of the author's work.