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Mindful Journeys with Aldo

13 Dec 2014Earlier this year, in May, I wrote about the Perfect Reject and how these adorable toys were breaking down barriers for people with disabilities by showing that these ‘different’ toys were still special and loved and that there differences can be celebrated.

The creator of Perfect Reject, Nina Salerno has now released a very cute book called, ‘Mindful Journeys with Aldo’.

Aldo is a rabbit who wants to pay tribute to his cousin by doing head performances. Aldo balances objects on his head and has cute quotes that express his intentions that relate to the object.

If you are interested in purchasing the book go to the Perfect Reject blog, TARGET=new>http://www.perfectreject.com/mindful-journeys-aldo-sale-amazon/ that will lead you to Amazon.

Enjoy!



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