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I am not a sloth. I do move slowly though. I move slowly so I don't fall. I have Stiff Person Syndrome. Have you ever wondered why that lady is "driving" through the fast food drive-through in a wheelchair? Or why does she sometimes wear a mask on her face? Does God have a purpose for a person in a wheelchair? Children often wonder why people with disabilities look or act the way they do. They want to know what is wrong or how they can help. In a delightful and honest manner, Janice Hill tells children about what it is like living with a disability in her community. We can relate to her desire to live life and to enjoy her family and the world around her. She shares what gives her joy and hope even in her affliction. Take a walk with Janice as she invites us into her world.What others are saying about "I Am Not a Sloth": "Poignant, personal, honest." Pastor David Roper, Boise, Idaho. "Very touching " Kristine Haas, Children's Ministry Leader, Idaho. "Compassionate. Realistic. Hopeful. It was a delight to put Janice Hill's words into illustrations for this children's book. I have known Janice for many years. She loves children and good books. We have much to learn from her." Elysia Larson, artist & teacher, Minnesota.