Many thanks to Flickr and the fine photographers who took and shared the pictures you see in these books. We only use pictures that have been shared with the Creative Commons license and those with no known copyright. You may click on photo credits link in any book to link to the pages on Flickr for the photos. Of course, the pictures remain the property of photographers who took them and all the restrictions they placed on their use still apply.
If you object to the use of your pictures in these books for kids with disabilities, just let me know and I’ll take the book down.
To see the credits for any book, click the Settings menu in the upper right and select More, the link will be near the bottom of that page.
Click on the links below to go to the Flickr page for each photograph.
|Flickr||Who are you?|
|Flickr||Who am I?|
|Flickr||I am mi. Do re mi?|
|Flickr||Ian Mi or Doray Mi?|
|Flickr||Are you Ian Mi or Doray Mi?|
|Flickr||I am Mi.|
|Flickr||But I am me.|
|Flickr||You are he.|
|Flickr||He is me?|
|Flickr||Right. You are you.|
|Flickr||So he is me. But you are Mi? And I am me?!|
|Flickr||Deixis - words that change meaning based on the speaker (e.g., he, you, me, we).|
|Flickr||Homophones - words that sound the same but are spelled differently (e.g., Mi and me).|