Putting Kids in the Scene Meets Inclusion Revolution in "Chicago Treasure"
At the release party for Chicago Treasure on March 3, 2019, President and CEO of Access Living (one of the nonprofit recipients with The Chicago Lighthouse of author proceeds from the book's sales) Marca Bristo hailed the book as part of the "Inclusion Revolution." The Inclusion Revolution refers to the range of efforts to fully include people with disabilities in all aspects of society, ending discrimination and breaking down the barriers that impede such progress.
In addition to its creativity, imagination, and colorful, high-quality production values, it is the diversity and inclusion elements of Chicago Treasure that members of the media and early reviewers of the new book have most commented on. Here's a round-up of that to-date:
Chicago Treasure by Larry Broutman, Rich Green, and John Rabias, The Write Path, March 4, 2019
Highlights of Chicago Treasure Book Release Party, ABC 7-TV, Chicago, March 3, 2019
A fabulously fun book for fans of Chicago and fans of kids, Grandma's Briefs, February 27, 2019
Book Review: Chicago Treasure, What Happens at Grandma's, February 26, 2019
Review: Chicago Treasure by Larry Broutman, Rich Green & John Rabias, Bookworm for Kids, February 16, 2019
New Book Puts Disabled Children in Fantasy Land, Fox 32 Chicago, February 13, 2019
Chicago Treasure, Kristi's Book Nook, February 6, 2019
More, More, More: Chicago Treasure, Readertotz, February 5, 2019
Book Review: Chicago Treasure, Bridget and the Books, February 4, 2019
Chicago Treasure, Downers Grove Patch, February 2, 2019
Chicago Treasure, Lifetime Chicago, Karla Sullivan, January 31, 2019
Broutman, Green, and Rabias' Chicago Treasure, Raise Them Righteous, January 27, 2019