May 21

The #1 New York Times bestseller with legs as strong as its author’s.

Lance Armstrong is one of the most talked about- and inspirational-sports figures of all time. He was Sports Illustrated ‘s 2002 Sportsman of the Year-and now, after his record-shattering string of Tour de France victories, some are proclaiming him the greatest athlete of all time.

This is the book in which he shares his journey through triumph, tragedy, transformation, a… More >>

It’s Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life

May 20

Mike May spent his life crashing through. Blinded at age three, he defied expectations by breaking world records in downhill speed skiing, joining the CIA, and becoming a successful inventor, entrepreneur, and family man. He had never yearned for vision. Then, in 1999, a chance encounter brought startling news: a revolutionary stem cell transplant surgery could restore May’s vision. It would allow him to drive, to read, to see his children’s faces. But the proce… More >>

Crashing Through: The Extraordinary True Story of the Man Who Dared to See

May 19

This supplemental text and professional resource offers teachers strategies for including students with sensory impairments and cognitive and physical disabilities in the classroom. building on the success of the previous editions, this volume includes updated information on recent legislative changes and provides practical strategies for creating a successful inclusive classroom…. More >>

Including Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities in Typical Classrooms: Practical Strategies for Teachers

May 19

A comprehensive, yet practical, text for diverse courses that contribute to the transition process, Transition Planning for Secondary Students with Disabilities, Third Edition, describes the varied transition needs of students with disabilities and the myriad options and career paths potentially available.  The authors’ approach to transition is treated in a generalized way by cross-categorical, practical, and “real” transition examples. More >>

Transition Planning for Secondary Students with Disabilities

May 18

Melvin Juette has said that becoming paralyzed in a gang-related shooting was “both the worst and best thing that happened” to him. The incident, he believes, surely spared the then sixteen year-old African American from prison and/or an early death. It transformed him in other ways, too. He attended college and made wheelchair basketball his passion—ultimately becoming a star athlete and playing on the U.S. National Wheelchair Basketball Team. In Wheelch… More >>

Wheelchair Warrior: Gangs, Disability and Basketball

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