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Storm —Bundschuh, Rick, 1951-

While trying to raise money for a church mission, surfer Bethany Hamilton and her friend Holly rely on God to give them the strength to help rescue two stranded hikers, and find that their good deed is amply rewarded.

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 war that saved my life —Bradley, Kimberly Brubaker, author.

A young disabled girl and her brother are evacuated from London to the English countryside during World War II, where they find life to be much sweeter away from their abusive mother.

Tangerine —Bloor, Edward, 1950-

Twelve-year-old Paul, who lives in the shadow of his football hero brother Erik, fights for the right to play soccer despite his near blindness and slowly begins to remember the incident that damaged his eyesight.

In Jesse's shoes : appreciating kids with special needs —Lewis, Beverly, 1949-

Allie helps Jesse, her older, mentally disabled brother on his way to school and endures the taunts of other children, but she does not understand why God made Jesse the way he is until she takes the time to "walk in his...

Rules —Lord, Cynthia.

Frustrated at life with an autistic brother, twelve-year-old Catherine longs for a normal existence but her world is further complicated by a friendship with a young paraplegic.

Lucas at the Paralympics —Plohl, Igor, author.

"Lucas the Lion discovers the Paralympics--where physically disabled world-class athletes exemplify strength, determination, and courage"--Provided by publisher. Includes sidebars about how athletes who are blind, wear p...

Bo and the merbaby —Elliott, Rebecca, author, illustrator.

Merbaby Flo was born with only one fin, unable to swim--so Bo and the other unicorns set out for the Shiny Sea to find the Golden Fish and ask Goldie to use his magic to help baby Flo.

Show me a sign —LeZotte, Ann Clare, author.

It is 1805 and Mary Lambert has always felt safe among the deaf community of Chilmark on Martha's Vineyard where practically everyone communicates in a shared sign language, but recent events have shattered her life; her...

Susan laughs —Willis, Jeanne.

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

Insignificant events in the life of a cactus —Bowling, Dusti, author.

New friends and a mystery help Aven, thirteen, adjust to middle school and life at a dying western theme park in a new state, where her being born armless presents many challenges.

Crunch —Bundschuh, Rick, 1951-

On a church-sponsored trip to Mexico to build homes for the poor, surfer Bethany Hamilton meets a five-year-old boy whose foot needs to be amputated, and she vows to help him no matter what it costs her.

Roll with it —Sumner, Jamie, author.

Twelve-year-old Ellie, who has cerebral palsy, finds her life transformed when she moves with her mother to small-town Oklahoma to help care for her grandfather, who has Alzheimer's Disease.

Teacher's pet —Anderson, Laurie Halse.

Adjusting to middle school becomes easier for twelve-year-old Maggie when she finds that her biology teacher, who is blind, can learn a few things from her about working with his guide dog.

Yes I can! : a girl and her wheelchair —Barrett, Kendra J., author.

"Carolyn is in a wheelchair, but she doesn't let that stop her! She can do almost everything the other kids can, even if sometimes she has to do it a little differently"-- Provided by publisher.

I even funnier : a middle school story —Patterson, James, 1947-

"While on a mission to win the Planet's Funniest Kid Comic regional competition, New York middle schooler Jamie Grimm copes with rival comics and bullies, a buddy in trouble, and a sudden family emergency, all with a sen...

The secret garden —Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924.

Ten-year-old Mary comes to live in a lonely house on the Yorkshire moors and discovers an invalid cousin and the mysteries of a locked garden.

Awesomely Emma —Webb, Amy, 1977- author.

When she encounters problems that diminish her enjoyment of a class field trip to a local art museum, Emma calls on her inner sense of awesome to stand up for herself and teach her friend Charley how to feel comfortable ...

Cooper's story —Cameron, W. Bruce, author.

Cooper, a malamute-Great Dane puppy, finds purpose as service dog and emotional support animal to fifth-grader Burke, a boy in a wheelchair.

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