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Wise and Creative Middle-Schooler Writes the Book that she couldn’t find on the library shelf

Stories About Disability Don’t Have to Be Sad

Melissa Shang – New York Times, June 21, 2017

Like any middle schooler, I usually start my day with cereal. Every morning, after brushing my teeth, I have a bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch with milk, and try to catch all the flakes with my spoon before they go soggy. I get dressed for the day, and try to put on some makeup before my mom yells at me for hogging the bathroom. Then I go catch the bus.

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