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Book cover of 1ST THING ABOUT YOU
1ST THING ABOUT YOU
By: chaz hayden | Published: September 2022

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781536223118
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Mind & Body - Health Care & Problems
Retail Price:
$24.99
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Book cover of ABDUL'S STORY
ABDUL'S STORY
By: j thompkins-bigelow | Published: March 2022

A little boy who loves storytelling but struggles with writing learns that it’s okay to make mistakes in this charming and encouraging picture...

A little boy who loves storytelling but struggles with writing learns that it’s okay to make mistakes in this charming and encouraging picture book from the author of Mommy’s Khimar. Abdul loves to tell stories. But writing them down is hard. His letters refuse to stay straight and face the right way. And despite all his attempts, his papers often wind up with more eraser smudges than actual words. Abdul decides his stories just aren’t meant to be written down…until a special visitor comes to class and shows Abdul that even the best writers—and superheroes—make mistakes.

Theme: BIPOC , Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781534462984
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Picture Book
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$24.99
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Book cover of ABSOLUTELY NORMAL - SS THAT S
ABSOLUTELY NORMAL - SS THAT S
By: nora carpenter | Published: April 2023

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781536224146
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Young Adult Fiction
Retail Price:
$33.99
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Book cover of ADDY'S CHAIR TO EVERYWHERE
ADDY'S CHAIR TO EVERYWHERE
By: debi novotny | Published: August 2024

Adventures await, wherever friends are! This whimsical picture book celebrates children's imagination and inclusive play. Addy worries about making...

Adventures await, wherever friends are! This whimsical picture book celebrates children's imagination and inclusive play. Addy worries about making friends, but through her vivid imagination, she draws other children into her play. Together, Addy and her friends create an imaginative world where they can race in chariots, explore the ocean, and travel to space. "Addy steadies her wheels. They strap in for flight. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 . . . WHOOSH!" Addy's Chair to Everywhere features a disabled main character who uses a wheelchair, allowing readers to see the whole child. The rhythmic, rhyming text engages young readers and highlights the importance of understanding differences and fostering inclusivity.

Theme: Special Needs, Empathy

  • ISBN
    9798765922477
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Picture Book
Retail Price:
$28.95
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Book cover of AFTER THE WORST THING HAPPENS
AFTER THE WORST THING HAPPENS
By: audrey vernick | Published: August 2022

Left reeling after her thoughtless mistake causes a terrible accident, 12-year-old Army Morand channels her grief to protect someone in need. Army...

Left reeling after her thoughtless mistake causes a terrible accident, 12-year-old Army Morand channels her grief to protect someone in need. Army Morand feels like her life has been blown to bits when the worst thing imaginable happens--her beloved dog dies. It was an accident, but it was also Army's fault. She can't seem to stop hiding from everything and everybody including her best friend JennaLouise. But then Army sees Madison, the little girl who moved in across the way, climbing a tree and walking down the street unsupervised. Her family is not neglectful, just overwhelmed. Army finds herself overcome with the need to help Madison's family to make sure another worst thing doesn't happen--which becomes even more challenging when a big storm threatens her town. After the Worst Thing Happens is a bittersweet story about a girl surprised by the force of a growing need inside her to reach out and lend a hand while trying to escape the swirling sadness of her own sudden loss. In the end, it is about finding love and hope and friendship in very surprising places.

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9780823448463
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    Junior Fiction
Retail Price:
$13.99
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Book cover of AIR
AIR
By: monica roe | Published: March 2022

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9780374388652
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Junior Fiction
Retail Price:
$22.99
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Book cover of AIR
AIR
By: monica roe | Published: January 2023

Twelve-year-old Emmie Ethrige lives with her widowed father in South Carolina, dreams of wheelchair motocross, and is working toward her dream of...

Twelve-year-old Emmie Ethrige lives with her widowed father in South Carolina, dreams of wheelchair motocross, and is working toward her dream of buying a serious set of wheels to take her big-air tricks to the next level. But when a mishap leads people to question her independence, Emmie must find a way to change their minds.

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781250798268
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    Junior Fiction
Retail Price:
$11.99
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Book cover of AIRI SANO PRANKMASTER GENERAL 02 PUBLIC
AIRI SANO PRANKMASTER GENERAL 02 PUBLIC
By: zoe tokushige | Published: October 2023

It's the spring semester, and Airi Sano is on top of the world! Her grades are up, she has real friends at her side, and she’s joined the school...

It's the spring semester, and Airi Sano is on top of the world! Her grades are up, she has real friends at her side, and she’s joined the school play. She’s even keeping out of trouble and toning down the pranks! But when the play falls victim to some truly awful pranks, everyone immediately suspects that Airi is behind them. As suspicion mounts, it's up to her to solve the mystery and clear her own name before the imposter strikes again. Sounds like a job for Airi and her crew!

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9780593465813
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Junior Fiction
Retail Price:
$19.99
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Book cover of AJIN DEMI-HUMAN 17
AJIN DEMI-HUMAN 17
By: gamon sakurai | Published: September 2021

Adapted to anime and now streaming on Netflix High school student Kei Nagai is killed in a traffic accident, but immediately revives to learn that he...

Adapted to anime and now streaming on Netflix High school student Kei Nagai is killed in a traffic accident, but immediately revives to learn that he may not be human at all. Instead, he may be a Demi-Human, a mysterious almost immortal being blessed with amazing super-human abilities. Scared, he runs away, and is aided in his escape from society by his friend Kai. Unfortunately for Kei, the manhunt is on and he will soon be caught within a conflict between mankind and other Demi-Humans as they prepare to fight for global supremacy.

Theme: Special Needs, Horror

  • ISBN
    9781647290450
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    Manga Teen
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$13.95
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Book cover of ALL THE SMALL WONDERFUL THINGS
ALL THE SMALL WONDERFUL THINGS
By: kate foster | Published: October 2023

In an endearing story about an autistic boy and his steadfast furry pal, Alex is convinced that winning a trophy at the dog show will help him make a...

In an endearing story about an autistic boy and his steadfast furry pal, Alex is convinced that winning a trophy at the dog show will help him make a real friend at last. Eleven-year-old Alex knows that starting middle school will be a big change, and for an autistic person, change can be terrifying. He is sure that having a friend by his side will help. But how can he make one? Alex devises a plan to impress the kids at school by winning a trophy at the PAWS Dog Show with his trusty sidekick, Kevin the cockapoo. This should be a walk in the park, right? If only. It turns out that finding a friend is harder than Alex thought--unless, maybe, friendship is about something more than popularity. This charming story, told through Alex's clear and honest voice, navigates relationships of all stripes between classmates, new neighbors, family, and, of course, a kid and his dog. After all, friendship isn't one-size-fits-all--maybe it's found in the small things where you least expect it.

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781536225808
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Junior Fiction
Retail Price:
$23.99
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Book cover of ALMOST INVISIBLE
ALMOST INVISIBLE
By: maureen garvie | Published: August 2018

Thirteen-year-old Jewel has been holding her life together ever since her older sister, Charmaine, suddenly left home with no forwarding address. She...

Thirteen-year-old Jewel has been holding her life together ever since her older sister, Charmaine, suddenly left home with no forwarding address. She tried to find Charmaine once, but that only brought her family to the attention of the police. Now Jewel keeps her head down at school, looks after her special-needs brother as well as she can, tries to steer clear of her parents and their shady friends. Until one of her father's friends comes into her bedroom at night, and finally Jewel understands why Charmaine had to leave home. Soon she is on the run herself, hiding out in a cabin in the country, terrified of being found, afraid that social services will force her to return to her family. When her food runs out, she returns to town where she chances upon a new place to live - the cupboard of the art room at school. Jewel carefully eases into her new life, avoiding the eye of teachers and caretakers, babysitting in the afternoons for extra cash. It turns out to be surprisingly easy to live under the radar when you have perfected the art of being almost invisible. That is, until Jewel's classmates, Maya and Lily, discover her washing her hair in the girls' washroom at school and making breakfast in the lunchroom. They are eager to help her, and they take her on as their project, sort of like the Barbie dolls that they rescue from yard sales and restore to sell on the internet. They find her places to sleep, fix her hair and wardrobe - even as they can't quite understand her terror, or why she is so afraid of seeking adult help. But the girls help keep Jewel and her secret safe - until they no longer can. Told in the alternating voices of Maya and Jewel, this is a thought-provoking and moving story about loyalty, privilege, keeping secrets, and what it means to be a good friend.

Theme: Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781773060781
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Intermediate Fiction
Retail Price:
$16.95
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Book cover of ANYTHING BUT TYPICAL
ANYTHING BUT TYPICAL
By: nora baskin | Published: March 2010

Jason, a twelve-year-old autistic boy who wants to become a writer, relates what his life is like as he tries to make sense of his world.

Theme: Autism, Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781416995005
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    Intermediate Fiction
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$11.99
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Book cover of ARDEN HIGH 02 KING CHEER
ARDEN HIGH 02 KING CHEER
By: molly booth | Published: February 2024

Heartstopper meets Bring It On in this contemporary graphic novel that reimagines Shakespeare's King Lear as a queer dramedy! When cheer captain Leah...

Heartstopper meets Bring It On in this contemporary graphic novel that reimagines Shakespeare's King Lear as a queer dramedy! When cheer captain Leah steps down months before graduation, the team is shocked. Waitlisted by her dream college, questioning her identity, and suffering from senioritis, Leah needs to hand the captain's poms off and focus on her future. But when the competition for captaincy goes awry, power-hungry twins take command of the squad and immediately pit the cheerleaders against the basketball team in a fight for glory. Balls fly, pom-poms shake, hearts are broken--and only one person can heal the rift between the teams. But first she'll have to heal herself. As full of heart as it is backflips and three-pointers, King Cheer is a warm and witty story of self-discovery, friendship, and finding the courage to face your future.

Theme: Special Needs, LGBTQ2S+

  • ISBN
    9781368064637
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Graphic Novel Teen
Retail Price:
$29.99
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Book cover of ARDEN HIGH 02 KING CHEER
ARDEN HIGH 02 KING CHEER
By: molly booth | Published: February 2024

Heartstopper meets Bring It On in this contemporary graphic novel that reimagines Shakespeare's King Lear as a queer dramedy! When cheer captain Leah...

Heartstopper meets Bring It On in this contemporary graphic novel that reimagines Shakespeare's King Lear as a queer dramedy! When cheer captain Leah steps down months before graduation, the team is shocked. Waitlisted by her dream college, questioning her identity, and suffering from senioritis, Leah needs to hand the captain's poms off and focus on her future. But when the competition for captaincy goes awry, power-hungry twins take command of the squad and immediately pit the cheerleaders against the basketball team in a fight for glory. Balls fly, pom-poms shake, hearts are broken--and only one person can heal the rift between the teams. But first she'll have to heal herself. As full of heart as it is backflips and three-pointers, King Cheer is a warm and witty story of self-discovery, friendship, and finding the courage to face your future.

Theme: Special Needs, LGBTQ2S+

  • ISBN
    9781368081115
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    Graphic Novel Teen
Retail Price:
$20.49
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Book cover of ARE YOU FEELING COLD YUKI
ARE YOU FEELING COLD YUKI
By: ki al-ghani | Published: October 2021

An illustrated storybook providing children, parents and carers with an introduction to interoception. The book also includes information for...

An illustrated storybook providing children, parents and carers with an introduction to interoception. The book also includes information for parents, and activities to help children to understand their bodies' signals and learn to self-regulate.

Theme: Special Needs, Autism

  • ISBN
    9781787756922
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Picture Book
Retail Price:
$26.95
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