Books for Children

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Big Little Brother

By: Kevin Kling

Being an older brother has its benefits, of that there's little doubt. But how would you feel if your little brother grew to be bigger than you? And what if he insisted on touching all your things and following you everywhere you went? It's enough to frustrate the most even-keeled of kids.

Beep Beep Bubbie

By: Bonnie Sherr Klein

Kate is upset when grandma (Bubbie) gets a motorized scooter. Will Bubbie still be Bubbie in that scooter?

Guide Dog Connections

By: Norine Labitzke

What do an old Labrador from a loving family and a young golden retriever from a prison have in common?

Not So Different: What You Really Want to Ask About Having a Disability

By: Matt Carr, Shane Burcaw

Not So Different offers a humorous, relatable, and refreshingly honest glimpse into Shane Burcaw’s life. Shane tackles many of the mundane and quirky questions that he’s often asked about living with a disability, and shows readers that he’s just as approachable, friendly, and funny as anyone else.

Dad Has a Wheelchair

By: Ken Jasch

Creatively written by a proud dad with a disability and beautifully illustrated by Anita DuFalla, Dad Has a Wheelchair is a wonderful way to teach kids that a parent with a disability is no different than other moms and dads. Visit our website dadhasawheelchair.com to learn more.

Harry’s Story: A Picture Book to Raise Awareness of and Support Children with DLD

By: Kate Kempton

This beautifully illustrated picture book has been created to develop awareness of Developmental Language Disorder and provides a unique opportunity to sensitively gain children’s perspectives of the condition.

Rescue Pup

By: Jean Little

He may be just a puppy, but he wasn't named Shakespeare for nothing!

Forward, Shakespeare

By: Jean Little

Shakespeare, a young guide dog, is about to change a blind boy's life.

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