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...ot mad because they did not follow the schedule, in the end all the kids had fun. When reading the book you can tell it was written a long time ago because they were explaining the camp and it said it was not handicap accessible and today everything has to be handicap accessible. Which really is not fair for the kids in this book because if they are in a wheelchair they need someone to pick them up and even in the bathroom they said there were no grip handles so the counselors had to balance the kids on the toilet. I am so glad that today it is so different than how it was back then with how people with disabilities got treated. The park I work at has a special recreation program I do not work with them but by seeing them every day they honestly make my day ten times better. They are so sweet, kind, respectful, and some of them have such bigger hearts it is awesome.
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