Thursday, July 21, 2005
Back-to-school shopping yet?
Not here--we've still got a week of summer school to go. But if there are teachers or parents out there shopping for craft supplies and frustrated not to be finding kid-friendly inclusive images, a friend tipped me to Same Differences, a New Jersey-based scrapbooking company (owned by PWD Kim Luty) that makes stickers and such that feature a wider diversity of characters--older folks, people using wheelchairs, a service dog, etc. Here's an example from their site (right; click on it for a closer look). Maybe I'll make a packet of such supplies for first-day-of-school teacher gifts ...along with sending my son in his new Nth Degree "boing" t-shirt, of course.