Not everyone has the same type of family — but we all have something in common!
Yellow Wiggle Tsehay is a camp counsellor at Camp Wiggles, when she meets a lonely camper Leo. Tsehay introduces Leo to other campers who all have something in common — they’ve all experienced child welfare. Learn more about Leo’s story in our new e-book Something in Common!
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Something in Common was created and written in collaboration with young people who have experienced child welfare in Canada. The story, all names, characters, and incidents portrayed in this book are fictitious but have been shaped by the stories and experiences willingly shared by young people from care. The stories of children and youth in and from care are diverse and varied and the characters and narratives portrayed in Something in Common are not representative of all experiences. Thank you to all who participated in the creation of Something in Common!
*AMJ Campbell will match each digital download of Something in Common with a $1 donation, up to a total of $30,000 CAD.
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