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Harley the hero —Collins, Peggy, 1975- author, illustrator.

"Harley is a service dog to elementary school teacher Ms. Prichard, who needs a quiet, orderly environment. One of her students, Amelia, has auditory sensitivities of her own. When a small fire throws the class into chao...

Susan laughs —Willis, Jeanne.

Rhyming couplets describe a wide range of common emotions and activities experienced by a little girl who uses a wheelchair.

Why does Izzy cover her ears? : dealing with sensory overload —Veenendall, Jennifer.

Illustrated children's book dealing with the challenges at home and at school of sensory overload-- symptoms and tools for mitigating them and enabling children to function and learn more successfully.

The crazy man —Porter, Pamela, 1956-

Twelve-year old Emaline, living on a wheat farm in Saskatchewan, must deal with a family that is falling apart.

Zoom! —Munsch, Robert N., 1945-

When Lauretta tries out a 92-speed, silver and gold, dirt-bike wheelchair, she gets a speeding ticket but also helps out her brother.

I funny TV : a middle school story —Patterson, James, 1947-

Wheelchair-bound middle school student Jamie Grimm's recent victory in the Planet's Funniest Kid Comic Contest leads to a television sitcom based on his life, but being the star of the show forces him to balance his newf...

Window of hope —Vescio, Robert, 1969- author.

Max spends her days staring out the window. She lives in a world of silence, hurt and alone with her thoughts. But with the help of a little bird, Max learns that she can bravely rebuild her world and give life a second ...

Woodpecker girl —Liu, Chingyen, author.

A little girl was born with cerebral palsy, a condition that rendered her wheelchair bound. One day, her art teacher affixed a paintbrush to her forehead with a headband. From then on, the little girl was able to express...

Slime —Walliams, David, 1971- author.

WELCOME TO THE ISLE OF MULCH... This little island is home to a large number of horrible grown-ups. The school, the local park, the toy shop and even the island's ice-cream van are all run by awful adults who like nothi...

Rain reign —Martin, Ann M., 1955- author.
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Rose Howard has OCD, Asperger's syndrome, and an obsession with homonyms. She gave her dog Rain a name with two homonyms (Reign and Rein). Rose and Rain are practically inseparable. And they are often home alone, as Ros...

Henry the boy —Felder, Molly, author.

Henry, a boy with cerebral palsy, goes to school and plays with his friend Joel.

Swimming with dolphins —Paddock, Jessie, author.

When 12-year-old KT Wynn learns that she has to move from Iowa City to Florida, she's distraught. Not only does she have to leave behind her best friends and the only home she's ever known, she also has to deal with bein...

The nerdiest, wimpiest, dorkiest I funny ever —Patterson, James, 1947-

Comedian Jamie Grimm, accompanied by Uncle Frank, New Aunt Flora, and friends, circles the globe as host of regional competitions, then competes, himself, in the Planet's Funniest Kid Worldwide contest.

Peppa's new friend —Petranek, Michael, author.

"Peppa makes a new friend at school! He name is Mandy Mouse. Mandy is fun, fearless and a lot like Peppa. She also uses a wheelchair to get around!"--Page [4] of cover.

The push : a story of friendship —Gray, Patrick, 1975- author.

"When Marcus moved next door to John, they knew instantly they'd be friends. Now John and Marcus do almost everything together. They go on lots of adventures, with Marcus pushing John's wheelchair and John fueling their ...

The haunting of Hounds Hollow —Salane, Jeffrey, author.

Twelve-year-old Lucas Trainer does not want to move from the city to the town of Hounds Hollow, and the giant manor in the middle of nowhere that his mother just inherited, but he and his CPAP machine have no choice; how...

The moccasin goalie —Brownridge, William Roy, 1932-

"In this story, a young boy is disappointed that he doesn't make the town hockey team. But when the regular goalie is injured, Danny has a chance to prove himself a winner" Cf. Our choice, 1996-1997.

Liberty —Larson, Kirby, author.

In 1940s New Orleans, Fish Elliot is a polio-survivor with a knack for inventing and building things, and his African American neighbor Olympia is a girl with a talent for messing things up, but they are united in an eff...

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