My Friend Suhana: A Story of Friendship and Cerebral Palsy
A simple tale of love and friendship to warm your heart
Award-winning author and designer Shaila Abdullah teams up with her 10-year-old daughter
Aanyah to bring you this heartwarming tale of a little girl who forms a close bond with a child with
cerebral palsy. The girl finds that through her art, she can reach her special friend Suhana.
"My Friend Suhana is a delightful read for a children's book. Very well illustrated with respect,
friendship, and advocacy all in mind at the same time."
--Dawn Cruzan, President, Camp Craig Allen for all abilities
"This is the story of a seven-year-old's first attempt at unconditional love. Tough but tender,
inspirational yet utterly real, this is a small gem of a tale. Highly recommended for anyone
in the position of mentoring a beloved child through the hard places of life."
--Paula Huston, author of
A Season of Mystery and
A Land Without Sin
"My Friend Suhana is a charming and perceptive book that will draw its readers into empathy
while allowing them to enjoy this heartwarming story of two uncommon friends."
--Chitra Divakaruni, author of
Grandma and the Great Gourd
Learn more at www.MyFriendSuhana.com
From the Growing With Love Series at www.LHPress.com
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