My Name is Bertha is a story of hope for all children living with differences that make them victims of criticism and outcasts among their peers.
Bertha is a young girl who feels misunderstood by society. Her heavy stature and awkward, uncoordinated movements made her feel like an outcast among her peers, while her own family deemed her different.
The fictional children
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