Well, I’d first like to start off by saying that I am truly grateful that God gave me the inspiration to pursue this project/concept although it is a very sensitive topic. I myself feel that I have and will inspire people of all ages, not just children. I am bringing this topic to light in a very fulfilled way. I am very new to the book world and fairly new to the topic of #differentneeds as well. I am no expert in anyway in any topic but I did do some research on certain disabilities before I wrote my books. I wanted to shed light on some things while educating children at the same time. Now, honestly speaking, I have been working on this project for over 2 years. I hadn’t come in contact with the word “inclusion” until a few months ago while meeting more people that had a connection to #diffrentneeds. Well… I began using the word in conversation while referring to the books, the topics, and everything else having to do with The Runch Bunch. I began hearing it from a family from Utah and Florida while referring to my books in their Instagram posts… Soon this past weekend I had my little collage placed on my exhibiting table and I was questioned tremendously behind it. Reason: My books are fictional and from my imagination meaning I can write pretty much anything even if it doesn’t make perfect sense correct? Well so I thought. My stories take place in Runch Medical Center. Yes truthfully the kids could be living at home but its my story so I made them live there instead so they could be together all of the time and be like a family. This weekend someone told me that my stories don’t promote inclusion because in reality children with disabilities don’t live in a medical center. I don’t mind criticism but my question is then why are families who actually read my book saying that I promote inclusion? What exactly is everyone’s opinion of the word inclusion? I need to know so that Im fully educated.