Hide and Shh!
Dinah, Chloe, and their friends are ready to play but they have different ideas about what kind of play makes for the most fun. A little bit of frustration leads to a little bit of thought and empathy ... and fun for everyone! There's more than one way to play in in Hide and Shh!
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What People Are Saying
“Hide and Shh! A Not-So-Sneaky Sister Story About Inclusion will engage young children with its gentle action and sweet, excited characters. It is an inclusion story that has something for everyone.
NASHVILLE BOOK REVIEW
“Siblings. Cooperative play. Neurodiverse Representation.
This book opened sweet conversations with my children around the importance of being open to new ideas and ways of doing things while playing with others as well as how to ensure they are being inclusive and kind."
CHARLOTTE OFFSAY, PICTURE BOOK AUTHOR
"Engaging and enlightening."
TONYA LIPPERT, PICTURE BOOK AUTHOR
"Overall, this is a solid 5-stars. I highly recommend Hide & Shh! for reading and discussion at home, but even more so within a classroom."
ABBEY LILE-TAYLOR, EDUCATOR
"The book’s universal message about the give-and-take necessary to make relationships work is cleverly framed through the dynamics of play, making it relatable for kids."
KELSEY GROSS, PICTURE BOOK AUTHOR