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What Happens When 'Differently-Abled' People Become 'Super-Abled'?
Mr. Andy Zach
Length: 3 hrs and 3 mins
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Jeremy Gentle fell flat on his face at therapy. That was normal since he had cerebral palsy. But his new superpower wasn't normal. Then, things got weirder when his best friend Dan Elanga got a different superpower. But Dan was still blind. Kayla Verdera and Aubrey Wilcosky, two girls in their middle-school special ed class, discovered they too had new superpowers. Kayla was mute and needed a walker. Aubrey lost two legs and used crutches. But they were as powerful as the boys. What should the four friends do?
Animal fables are said to have originated with Aesop. Here is a collection of best Aesopian fables for your children. Bedtime stories full of moral teaching and surprising humor. This fairy tale collection is suitable for children...and their parents!
Ally, Josh and Brendan are half-siblings living in Melbourne, Australia, whose family life is anything but ideal. During a chance family outing, the children discover a sacred scroll which offers them a solution to their problems.... Without forewarning, the children mysteriously find themselves in first century Palestine where they are compelled to live in a strange fishing village. In their desperate quest to get back home, the children learn about family relationships and God’s amazing love for them.
A class clown who acts out sexually is every teacher’s nightmare! Carlos finds himself funny, but the court system sees him in an entirely different light. Contrary to 13-year-old Carlos Estrada’s beliefs, activities such as sexting classmates and parading through school in his underwear are not acceptable. The teen is too immature to recognize the seriousness of his actions - even when the law gets involved. Any other boy in middle school would think he hit rock bottom when he had to face a judge - not Carlos! Poor Mr. Bones - he has no idea what he’s getting himself into.
Fourteen-year-old Billy Andrews has a big mouth that tends to plunge him into deep trouble. His loose tongue is only a part of the problem - he's also a thief and a liar whose ultimate dream in life is to see the government pay for his housing and groceries while he sits home and does nothing. Fortunately for Billy, after he gets caught pick-pocketing an off-duty police officer, he is placed under the watchful eye of probation officer Philip Bones. Mr. Bones will stop at nothing to turn Billy around - no matter how obstinate the teenager may be.
With a zero-tolerance policy for those in authority, 13-year-old Alden Wamboldt is setting himself up for a life behind bars. His actions are derived from two things - anger and power. He gets his thrills from antagonizing those who should have the rule over him. Well, that, and making his peers hate the day they were born. But Alden is in for a huge surprise when he meets probation officer Philip Bones, a man whose motto is to “make no bones about it." When it seems everyone else has given up all hope on Alden’s improving, Philip Bones steps up to the plate.