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Book: The Ballad of Georgy Blue by Ken Coleman
A crippled boy is taken away from the safety of his farm by violent and vicious outlaws and made to slave for them as they travel the country. After they force him to join in a robbery in a Californian, silver mining town where a woman and a child are killed, they hide out in a box canyon with a woman they have taken hostage. When one of the outlaws forces the woman, Cait, inside a small log [...]
 
Book: Myagrace Wants to Get Ready - A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination by Jo Meserve Mach
MyaGrace loves music and dancing. Her school is having a big dance and she wants to go with her friend Emily. She has so much to do to get ready. What should she wear? How should she fix her hair? What color should she paint her fingernails? Will she get everything done in time? Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories.
 
Book: MyaGrace Wants To Make Music - a true story of inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach
Everyone in MyaGrace's family makes music. MyaGrace plays the piano but it's not the same. MyaGrace wants to join her family when they are making music together. How is she going to figure this out? Fortunately, MyaGrace knows just the person to help. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book includes a classroom activity list and a [...]
 
Book: Once in Every Generation by Lauren B. Grossman
Eleven-year-old Angelina Mariano was a phenomenon that happens only once in every generation. Her spectacular singing voice was incomparable. But a traumatic incident created a debilitating phobia that destroyed any dream of pursuing her passion. As an adult, Angelina teaches private voice lessons and takes on a student she recognizes as astonishing, one who possesses the career potential that [...]
 
Book: Hey, Nobody's Perfect by Ann Herrick
Life was complicated enough for Sivia before a guy with no legs came into her life. Her parent's divorce did not wipe out their traditional family values. Dad is still way too self-centered, Mom is still resentful, Russ is still shoving food in his mouth and Sivia doesn't need any more drama. But when the new student, obnoxious and legless Keeley, becomes her project partner, her life becomes [...]
 
Book: It's Not as Bad as it Sounds (my life with MS & Fibro) by Yvonne Decelis
This book is a series of essays I wrote while in College about my life with a focus on "invisible condtions" like Multiple Sclerosis and Fibromyalgia. In my book I go over what life has been like with these conditions by going over my upbringing and my life prior to, during and after diagnosis. I have also written this for people seeking information on how to interact with others who have [...]
 
Book: Chronic Happy and How to Achieve It! - A Special Needs Parent's Survival Guide by Debbie Oveland
Congratulations on your decision to understand how you can leap onto and stay on a happier path as a parent or caregiver of a child with special needs. We cover the basics to help you understand those feelings of sadness that emerge occasionally, how to navigate those emotions, and in many cases avoid them altogether. The good news is, you are okay. In fact, you are better than okay! You are now [...]
 
Book: I Wish I Were Engulfed in Flames - My Insane Life Raising Two Boys with Autism by Jeni Decker
Jeni Decker is five-foot nothing and one hundred and [redacted] pounds a self described roly-poly, forty-something, Reubenesque bon-bon of a gal, often called cute but never sexy. She has two sons with autism on opposite ends of the spectrum (Jake and Jaxson), a husband who prefers hunting to household chores, an Australian Shepherd named Sugar, and an albino frog named Humbert Humbert. This is [...]
 
Book: Wake Up Running by David Egee
ADHD as a child, David Egee suffered through many years of reading and writing impairment. "I was ADHD before the expression became a household word." Egee overcame his learning handicap to become the Director of the American Hospital in Beirut at the age of 35, dealing with such Middle Eastern luminaries as Yasser Arafat and Muammar Gaddafi. Later, he established hospitals throughout the Middle [...]
 
Book: Ann Herrick Special Edition by Ann Herrick
The Ann Herrick Special Edition published by Books We Love, includes three of Ann's most popular novels. The Real Me, Snowed in Together and Hey Nobody's Perfect The Real Me When Mattie has issues with her weight, she decides to take charge of her life, redo her image, find confidence and maybe even dare to talk to guys. Will a change in lifestyle, a friend, a tormentor, and a dream guy help [...]
 
Book: I Want to Be Like Poppin' Joe - a true story of inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach
Dylan has an awesome friend. His friend, Poppin' Joe, pops and sells popcorn. Poppin' Joe has a very fun job. It's noisy fun! Dylan learns from Joe how to do a job you like. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book includes a classroom activity list and a Family Guide describing 'easy to understand' tips for promoting the [...]
 
Book: Marco and I Want To Play Ball - a true story of inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach
In a true story of inclusion, Isiah and Marco share their love of baseball. Who's going to hit the ball farther? Who's going to hit the ball higher? Whose ball will hit the barn? Cousins like to tease and play, when Grandpa is pitching. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book includes a classroom activity list and a Family Guide [...]
 
Book: ADHD Disorder - Growing Up Differently by Ronit Plotnik
Learning disabilities and ADHD belong to a group of difficulties that pose many hardships to children and adolescents in various areas. These problems are heightened especially when children and adolescents are required to adjust to social and learning environments. Even though they are not always overtly visible, these difficulties may cause unique mental and emotional states in children and [...]
 
Book: Writings on the Wall - Inspirational Poems & Quotes by Robert Michael Hensel
Writings On the Wall: Disability Advocate's Uplifting Book of Poetry Hits Humanity with Bold Message of Hope - as Love, War & Peace Collide. Masterfully crafted by leading disability advocate, world-record holder and prolific writer - Robert M. Hensel - 'Writings on the Wall: Inspirational Poems & Quotes' is a product of the author's own unique life experiences. Confined to mobility via a [...]
 
eBook: The Shopping Trip - Dannie's Dilemmas by Carol Haldane, Karen Jones
A day in the life of Dannie, aa eleven year old Apergers girl. Dannie reveals her thoughts on going shopping for a new toy, while encountering choices, literal thinking and memorising. Dannie reveals in her own words how challenging she finds going shopping for a new toy, from preparing to leave, through to waiting her turn and finally the dilemma of choices, which the reader will decide. Can [...]
 
Book: Up - Getting UP Is The Key To Life by Brian P. Swift
Brians neck was broken while playing football with his friends on the sunny, chilly day after Christmas, 1979, at the age of seventeen. As he found the courage and strength to recover, graduate from high school, earn his college degree, and earn his Juris Doctor degree as a quadriplegic, he also found his purpose: to achieve more than expected, and to aspire to the best he can be. Now the father [...]
 
Book: Tripod by Michael Beckerman and George Beckerman
"Tripod" is a story about a three-legged dog who desperately wants to be like the other dogs have four legs. He doesn't understand why he is different so he embarks on a journey to find his fourth leg. During his adventures he starts to figure out that he can do things on three legs that other dogs cannot with four. Thus realizing just how special he really is! It's a wonderful story that [...]
 
Book: Neema Wants to Learn - A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination (Finding My World) by Jo Meserve Mach & Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier
Neema lives in the mountains of Lushoto, Tanzania. Her day is full of fun. She tricks Joseph. She helps Mama Eduma. She sings with the children. She is always looking for ways to learn. Neema has learning disabilities. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book in the Finding My World Series has Discussion Starters and Activities for [...]
 
Book: Kaitlyn Wants to See Ducks - a true story of inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach
Kaitlyn loves ducks. Her family loves all the animals. Seeing those apes and lions and elephants and goats and giraffes and bears, just isn't what Kaitlyn wants to do. What's a girl to do, when it's family day at the zoo? Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book includes a classroom activity list and a Family Guide describing 'easy [...]
 
Book: I Don't Know If I Want a Puppy - a true story of inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach
It seems like all boys want a puppy. But not Ethan! He's happy playing with his cars. His older brothers have a different idea. They talk Mom and Dad into getting them a puppy. It's a good thing that Ethan is around when they discover their idea didn't work out the way they thought it would. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilties by sharing their stories. Each book [...]
 
Book: Autism Belongs - Book Three of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
Manny is not like other children. He doesn't talk. He doesn't leave the house. His parents desperately try to arrange their world so that Manny does not get upset. Because, when he does, well, the aggression was getting worse. Too many times Tomas had to leave work to rescue his wife from the havoc of their son's meltdowns. At ten, Manny was becoming difficult to handle. Passing by a bakery made [...]
 
Book: Reese Has a Halloween Secret - a true story promoting inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach and Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier
Reese has an awesome secret. He has so much fun sharing clues with his friends. They have to wait until Halloween to discover his wonderful surprise. But it's worth the wait! Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book includes a classroom activity list and a Family Guide describing 'easy to understand' tips for promoting the [...]
 
Book: I,Win (Hope and Life my journey as a woman with cerebral palsy living in a non- disabled world) by Win Kelly Charles
At age 24 I decided to tell my story. Writing this autobiography gave me the opportunity to pay tribute to my family members who are passionate about life and have instilled this passion in me. My parents' extraordinary support, encouragment, and pure love were my foundation as I navigated life, overcame obstacles, and achieved successes as a young woman with cerebral palsy. I have to pay full [...]
 
Book: OE Wants It to Be Friday - A True Story of Inclusion and Self-Determination by Jo Meserve Mach
OE is counting down the days until Friday. It's her favorite day of the week. Each day she has fun, but she knows she will have fabulous fun on Friday. She can't wait for her special time with Dad and her coach, Austin. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories.
 
Book: Remember Me - I Matter by Sandra Rains DeBusk
This is for all of the Veterans that have served this country. This story is about the pain involved in serving our country and being forgotten by not only the government, but society. It's about betrayal and distrust. It's about the dishonor and unfaithfulness of our military. The first part of this book involves and is about - real people that were poisoned in one way or another by our [...]
 
Book: The HandBook - Five Forces To Form Your Future by Darin Sargent
Every one is born with a destiny. In fact you were born with a divine destiny that is filled with promise and potential. The trouble is many people never realize this and as a result they never truly find success in living. In the pages of The HandBook you will be quickly introduced to 5 key forces that will fashion and form your future. Darin has lived by these forces and has forged a destiny [...]
 
Book: Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun by Jodi Desautels
Do you know a child who doesn't like to read? After hearing, "I don't like to read," many times, I wrote "Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun." It is geared toward children ages 4-8 who don't like to read, have reading difficulties or disabilities, or other obstacles to reading. Yet, all children will like the adventurous storyline of "Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun" which captures the [...]
 
Book: From Shelter To Service Dog - A Practical Guide To Behavioral Rehabilitation by Rick and Heather Dillender
From Shelter To Service Dog is a practical guide for creating a calm, stable state of mind in your dog that allows access to rehabilitation and advanced training. The information presented here is the culmination of years of experience working with hundreds of families for various issues. This method is also the foundation of our Service Dog training programs for a wide range of disabilities, [...]
 
Book: Tears of Destiny (The InSpectre Series 2) by J&C Wordsmiths
Six months have passed since advertising artist Wayne Martin unexpectedly died. In a bizarre turn of events, he was brought back to life only to find himself caught between two worlds. Given the designation as an InSpectre in a heavenly corporation, his job is to restore the souls of those who died before their time. Wayne is also challenged by an enigmatic being within his human body called The [...]
 
Book: Mugamore by Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson
This book was developed to compare the real life educational experiences of an average child during the last generation in which the United States led the world in education to a real child's experiences today (when the United States is no longer in the top 20). The practice of labeling students with a disability has reached the status of a dangerous standard practice. Increasing demands for [...]
 
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