Jul 16

Young children will love learning to read with these storybooks. Once they can recognize and identify the words used to tell each story, the will be able to successfully read on their own. Features a word list.

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Jul 14

Susan laughs, she sings. she rides, she swings.
She gets angry, she gets sad, she is good, she is bad…

Told in rhyme, this story follows Susan through a series of familiar activities. She swims with her father, works hard in school, plays with her friends — and even rides a horse. Lively, thoughtfully drawn illustrations reveal a portrait of a busy, happy little girl with whom younger readers will identify. Not until the end of the story is it revealed that Susan uses a wheelchair.

Susan Laughs

Jul 14

Children with autism struggle to make friends and navigate social situations. However, one child can make a significant difference in the life of a child with autism by offering compassion, understanding and friendship. Since We’re Friends is about two boys. One has autism, the other does not. The story of their relationship provides practical examples of how to make such a friendship work. It will help children see that their peers with autism can make a fun, genuine contribution to friendship.

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Jul 13

In Jesse’s Shoes

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In Jesse’s Shoes

What parent hasn’t urged son or daughter not to stare at or tease a child who is “different” or disabled in some way? In this sensitive yet realistic story, Jesse’s sister struggles to understand her brother–and the kids who make fun of him. This endearing book will encourage families everywhere to appreciate and befriend children with special needs.

Jul 13

This delightful picture book explores questions and concerns about physical disabilities in a simple and reassuring way. Younger children can find out about individual disabilities, special equipment that is available to help the disabled, and how people of all ages can deal with disabilities and live happy and full lives. Titles in this series for younger children explore emotional issues that boys and girls encounter as part of the growing-up process. Books are focused to appeal to kids…

Don’t Call Me Special: A First Look at Disability

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