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Barbara Beirne
 
1.   Siobhan's Journey: A Belfast Girl Visits the United States
Written by
Barbara Beirne
The experiences of ten-year-old Siobhan McNulty, a girl from Northern Ireland, who spent six weeks with a New Jersey family.
[Grade Level: K - 3]
 
2.   What Do You Mean I Have a Learning Disability?
Kathleen M. Dwyer (Author), Barbara Beirne (Photographer)
This story is about a boy who feels that he is "dumb" because he has a learning disability, until he begins receiving tutoring and improves his grades. His story expresses all the feelings that most children with learning disabilities experience (fear, anger, discouragement, and lack of self-worth), and presents options for overcoming learning difficulties.
[Grade Level: 3 - 6]
 
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