A vibrant, positive picture book narrated by Bruno, an active little boy who has a prosthetic eye. Any child could learn a good deal from this picture book about why people have prostheses, how the eye is cared for, and what it means for the wearer. 'My Special Eye' gives a much-needed voice to monocular children.
A great choice for a child who wears glasses (the featured hero is bespectacled). It's also a good way to discuss prejudice and stereotypes with children, and to encourage them to look beyond outward appearance.
This lovely board book could be used to introduce young children to wearing glasses in a positive way. It should help children who need glasses and their families family feel less alone and more comfortable with glasses. It could also be used to help other children learn more about why some children need glasses.
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