This week, my special guest and I talk about her first book, about a child who takes a tour of the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to learn all about accessibility for people with disabilities. Sit back, relax, and tune in as She describes her writing process.
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Adamâ€™s Accessible Airport Adventure with Michelle Grenevitch!
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Tuesday, November 1, 2021
MORE ABOUT GUEST AUTHOR Michelle Grenevitchâ€¦
Michelle is the youngest daughter of Betsy Grenevitch, who is blind. Michelle has always loved helping with her state blind organization at conventions. Through her momâ€™s blindness and advocacy, Michelle has been able to join and help many ADA advisory boards. She has helped those companies see the areas that need more accessibility for the blind. However, working with these boards Michelle has come in contact with people who have other disabilities. This has grown her disability scope from just blindness to also include, hearing impaired, wheelchair, and even autism.
Michelle is currently a senior at Georgia State University in Atlanta and plans to head into teaching once she graduates. Michelle spent most of her school years in the small town of Social Circle, GA.
Michelleâ€™s featured book is entitled Adamâ€™s Accessible Airport Adventure
Adam goes to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to see what his Uncle Steve does for work. During his tour, he learns about different areas in the airport that help people better access the airport. Adam learns that with a little help, public areas can be accessed by people with different abilities. In the storyline, he meets people from different cultures with different disabilities, and learns to observe the small details that make a big difference each and every day.
The purpose in writing this book is to help readers see accessibility particularly in the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. I wanted everyone to be able to see that with a little help public areas can be accessed by people with disabilities.
In the storyline, we meet people from different cultures with different disabilities. Disabilities are universal across every race and gender. People with disabilities have struggled to have equal access for years and continue pursuing equalization o public facilities.
Readers of all ages can learn to notice the little things in life through this adventure. Whether its through the words or the illustrations, details are the key.
Throughout the book, youâ€™ll find key accessibility and disability vocabulary underlined. Definitions for these vocabulary words can be found at the end of the story.
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