A comic book about inclusive play

Do you have a bucket list?

Is one of the items on your list  “To be a cartoon figure in a comic?”

No?!? You should!

I didn’t have that dream,  I don’t even have a bucket list and yet it did come true. And I can tell you, it is awesome.

The comic “Sam and Sarah, you can do more than you can imagine”, tells the story of two heroes in wheelchairs: Sam and Sarah. In a beautifully drawn comic, you get to know these two rolling kids. You’ll see what problems Sam and Sarah encounter and how they deal with them. Their story is about participating, about pushing boundaries and overcoming fears. And especially about how children get to know and understand each other by playing together, rolling and walking.

Would you like to see it for yourself? You can order a copy here! Oh, and see if you can find me in the story!


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