Waylen Wants To Jam: A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination (Finding My Way) (Hardcover)

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Waylen Wants To Jam: A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination (Finding My Way) By Jo Meserve Mach, Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier, Mary Birdsell (Photographer) Cover Image


Waylen has autism. He is constantly challenged in how to communicate and participate, but he loves to drum. He always will tell his mom, "I want to go drumming." Waylen is fortunate to have an incredibly supportive mother and extended family, which allows him to participate in a community program. Because of Waylen's strong interest and this support, he is successful on the drumline.

This success has started to change his life. Drumming is an extracurricular activity that could link to many opportunities as he ages. He feels like he belongs when he is drumming. Someday he will be drumming in his school band and maybe he will become a member of a world-famous rhythm and blues band.

By sharing his story, we celebrate Waylen's many strengths and abilities.

"It's a great book about believing in yourself and never losing sight of your dreams. Great book for reading aloud with your students.

You'll be rooting for Waylen from beginning to end."

-Dr. Marquis Grant

Product Details
ISBN: 9781944764432
ISBN-10: 1944764437
Publisher: Finding My Way Books
Publication Date: January 9th, 2017
Pages: 42
Language: English
Series: Finding My Way