Arielle Hobbs – Sully the Raccoon
Author Arielle Hobbs shares her mission to see a society that embraces us, all of us, as we are. Today’s featured book, SULLY THE RACCOON, is based on Hobbs’ son Sullivan (Sully). Told from the perspective of Sully’s big brother, this book shares the family’s humorous tale of embracing Sully’s intellectual disability after he began wearing a raccoon costume.
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