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Two boys enjoy the summer doing all of the things that boys do despite one boy being in a wheelchair.

With a full Spanish/English bilingual text and a vocabulary page, this book tells the story of two young Latino boys who experience a spirited, carefree friendship that transcends one boy's disability.

In this amusing, thought-provoking book, an ant makes a little boy stop and think about things from a different perspective—his. What if the ant were about to step on the boy?

What do ants have to do with persuasive writing? “Hey, Little Ant” is my all-time favorite book to use when I teach persuasive writing.

Twelve-year-old Catherine just wants a normal life. Which is near impossible when you have a brother with autism and a family that revolves around his disability.  This 2007 Newbery Honor Book is a humorous and heartwarming debut about feeling different and finding acceptance.

Today I am super excited to speak to fellow Mainer and Newberry award-winning author of the book Rules, Cynthia Lord. We chat about writing a book with autism a

Ian's Walk - A story about a girl whose younger brother is autistic.

A young girl realizes how much she cares for her autistic brother Ian when he gets lost at the park. When her autistic little brother, Ian, wanders off while on a walk to the park, Julie must try to see the world through his eyes in order to find him.

Sahara Jones has been pulled out of class for sessions with the Special Needs teacher.  Class bullies dub her "Sahara Special." Eventually Sahara, with the help of her teacher, discovers how remarkable she truly is.

Sahara Jones has been pulled out of class for sessions with the Special Needs teacher. Class bullies dub her "Sahara Special." Eventually Sahara, with the help of her teacher, discovers how remarkable she truly is.