Debut author Oscar Avery has written a gorgeously illustrated, inclusive picture book that deftly raises awareness of children with disabilities. In this powerful story, Kayla is a neighborhood jump-roping legend who happens to have a prosthetic leg. Kayla’s prominence is threatened when Rolesha, a new girl who is also an excellent jump-roper, moves into the neighborhood. A jump-off is organized by members of the community, leaving a town divided on who will win the reign of Jump Rope Queen of the Neighborhood.
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- OSCAR AVERY attended the Iowa’s Writer’s Workshop. After spending many years teaching Special Education, Oscar began writing stories that featured students with disabilities as the main character. He is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Jump is his first published story.
- SUKANTO DEBNATH studied Fine Arts with
- a specialization in painting from Satiniketan, India. He worked in the field of animation where he completed assignments for Disney and Penguin Books. His most recent work includes Ada, a 3D short film that premiered at the Endinburg International Film Festival. The short film has been nominated for a McLaren Award for animation.
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