Chicago Treasure: The Beauty of Inclusion
This unique, whimsical book highlights the beauty of inclusion through imagery of children with and without disabilities set within their favorite fairy tale scenes. Woven throughout the book are fun twists on classical nursery rhymes, such as Jack and Jill and Humpty Dumpty, that will touch your heart and leave a smile on your face!
Author Larry Broutman is generously donating book royalties to Access Living and The Chicago Lighthouse. Visit the link below to order your copy and for a limited time receive a $5.00 discount using code LIGHTHOUSE5 at checkout.
Learn what inspired author Larry Broutman to create this magical book.
“After a lifetime of amazing achievement as a plastics engineer, professor and internationally-acclaimed photographer, Chicago Lighthouse Board Member Larry Broutman has opened a new chapter in his life, increasing his philanthropic activities and serving as a champion of access and inclusion for children with disabilities. In his new book, “Chicago Treasure,” Larry is enabling children from all walks of life, including those with disabilities, to realize their dreams of posing with their favorite nursery rhyme and fairy tale characters. By including children with disabilities without calling them out, he is showing us the true meaning of inclusion. In addition, the author’s royalties are being donated to Access Living and The Chicago Lighthouse to support people who are blind, visually impaired, disabled and Veterans. We are so proud to call Larry our friend. He embodies the very best of what The Chicago Lighthouse is all about!”
Dr. Janet Szlyk
Hear from illustrator Rich Green as he appears on WGN Radio (720-AM) with host Rick Kogan.