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Come over to my house

Come over to my house

Hull, Eliza, author
2023

Come Over To My House is a delightful picture book that explores the home lives of children and parents who are Deaf or disabled. Co-written by disability advocate Eliza Hull and bestselling author Sally Rippin, the inclusive rhyming text authentically explores the characters' various disabilities. A cast of friendly characters invite friends over for a play -- there's fun to be had, food to eat and families to meet! Featuring a gorgeous die-cut cover, bright illustrations and a diverse cast, this is a must-read for all families.

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Dancing hands : a story of friendship in Filipino sign language

Dancing hands : a story of friendship in Filipino sign language

Que, Joanna, author
2023

Sam is fascinated by her new neighbors and their ability to talk with their hands, and when she meets Mai, she starts to learn Filipino sign language so they can communicate. Includes dictionary of Philippine signs.

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Happy again

Happy again

Plohl, Igor, author.
2022

"An easy-to-read story about Lucas the lion who learns how to live life with a physical disability with help from his friends and family"-- Provided by publisher.

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Henry, like always

Henry, like always

Bailey, Jenn, 1965- author
2023

Henry, a first grader on the autism spectrum, attempts to navigate friendships, and sudden changes in classroom routines--like a parade on Friday instead of share time.

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I can, too!

I can, too!

Autio, Karen, author
2022

"Piper and Kayla love to move. They ride bikes, glide on ice, swoosh down mountains and much more - each in her own way. While Piper pedals her tricycle with her feet, Kayla uses her hands to move her trike forward. While Kayla coasts across the ice on a sled, Piper sails along on skates. Join Kayla and Piper as they play together, explore their world and make new friends."-- Provided by publisher.

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Julia

Julia

Posner-Sanchez, Andrea, author.
2022


My city speaks

My city speaks

Lebeuf, Darren, author.
2021

A young girl, who is visually impaired, finds much to celebrate as she explores the city she loves. A young girl and her father spend a day in the city, her city, traveling to the places they go together: the playground, the community garden, the market, an outdoor concert. As they do, the girl describes what she senses in delightfully precise, poetic detail. Her city, she says, 'rushes and stops, and waits and goes.' It 'pitters and patters, and drips and drains.' It 'echoes' and 'trills,' and is both 'smelly' and 'sweet.' Her city also speaks, as it 'dings and dongs, and rattles and roars.' And sometimes, maybe even some of the best times, it just listens.

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Next door

Next door

Kerbel, Deborah, author
2023

A Deaf child and his mother set out on a walk through their neighborhood. When they return home, they visit the family in the apartment next door who are newcomers to the country. A friendship blooms between the boy and his new neighbor, a young Syrian girl. Although they speak different languages, ASL and Arabic, they find a point of connection without using their voices. This tender tale about communication, connection and breaking down barriers was inspired by the author's late sister, who was profoundly deaf, and is brought to life by Deaf illustrator Isaac Liang. At the heart of the story is a beautiful message about finding common ground, no matter our differences.

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The scooter twins

The scooter twins

Palmer, Dorothy Ellen, 1955- author.
2024

Will getting their own mobility scooters change how the world sees Melanie and Melvin-and how they see themselves? Written by disability advocate and mobility scooter user Dorothy Ellen Palmer, and illustrated by Maria Sweeney, 'The Scooter Twins' is an #ownvoices story that shares the joys and challenges of a disabled childhood, and offers many kids who get new wheels the opportunity to find themselves in the pages of a book.

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Too much! : an overwhelming day

Too much! : an overwhelming day

Gutiérrez, Jolene, author
2023

"When feelings go on overload, I pause and breathe and all is... slowed. Sometimes everything is too much! Too loud, too bright, and all too overwhelming. Writing from her own experience with Sensory Processing Disorder, Jolene Gutiérrez's compassionate picture book explores the struggles of a sensorily sensitive child and how they settle themselves. Joined by Angel Chang's beautiful illustrations, young readers will learn that it's OK if some days are too much. An extensive author's note to caregivers and educators explores sensory systems, sensory processing issues, and specific information about how to support kids with over-stimulated nervous systems as they learn to soothe themselves"-- Provided by publisher.

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The wheels on the costume

The wheels on the costume

Jin, Cindy, author
2023

Celebrating disability and inclusivity, this interactive board book can be read to the tune of "The Wheels on the Bus" so little ones can see how a wheelchair can be transformed into creative costumes for trick-or-treating on Halloween night.

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You're so amazing!

You're so amazing!

Catchpole, James, author
2023

A young boy with a limb difference wishes people could see him for who he is, rather than treating him as "so amazing" due to his disability.

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