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Question from the Author: Would you rather prepare your child for the world or prepare the world for your child?

Cashapp: $adventureofbg

Venmo: Joe-Freeman-9


Free coloring sheet! 


This book follows a young man by the
name of Truesdale, who in the eyes of others
was different and outcast. Truesdale’s
exceptional intellect and ability to pay
attention to detail, allows him to teach BG
and his friends to never judge a book by
its cover and to treat everyone equally.


Inclusivity is the key to relationships and interactions between people. It was very refreshing that BG and his friends were able to figure out that Truesdale did not have a disability and that he had special abilities. This group of friends was triumphant! Very inspiring read. ~Phillip M. D’Amico Middle School Principal


It is imperative to raise awareness about health disorders to remove the stigma associated with them. Many kids who are diagnosed with a disorder are bullied and isolated because to the uneducated, they are not normal. To prevent this, educating our children about an array of health disorders is vital. This book “The Adventures of BG”, demonstrates the importance of health education for our children. Being knowledgeable of others’ uniqueness will change the perceptions of health disorders, and potentially promote acceptance and respect for those who are different from their peers.
Tierra Jones, RN

Joe Freeman’s latest book highlights how children can work together to recognize the differences amongst us but celebrate the similarities. Indeed, it is these similarities that can help us to help each other and make this world a more tolerant and giving place. And this learning needs to start early on!
Robert A. Saul, MD

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