While all of these books are available for purchase online, we always encourage our readers to support local bookstores, when possible.
A Note About "Othering"
"Othering" is the act of treating something as different from mainstream. For example, saying "Here are all these books about 'normal' children, and these are the books about other people who have learning disabilities." To avoid othering, make sure that all books are blended into your main library space and put into your regular reading rotation.
The Alphabet War: A Story about Dyslexia (Ages 4-8)
Brilliant Bea (Ages 4-8)
Thank You, Mr. Faulkner (Ages 6-9)
My Name is Brain-Brian (Ages 8-12)
Maggot Moon (Ages 12+)
My Whirling, Twirling Motor (Ages 4-8)
Hi, It's Me! I Have ADHD (Ages 4-7)
Frindle (Ages 8-12)
The Boy with the Butterfly Mind (Ages 11-13)
The Huge Bag of Worries (Ages 2+)
Anxious Charlie to the Rescue (Ages 4-6)
Wilma Jean the Worry Machine (Ages 7-11)
Other Inclusive Titles
I Choose to Calm My Anger (Ages 2-10)
Just Ask! Be Different, Be Brave, Be You (Ages 4-8)
All the Way to the Top (Ages 4-8)
Cassidy and the Mixed Up Numbers (Ages 5-9)
Mistakes Are How I Learn (Ages 0-12)
With live-online services we are able to find related service professionals that will not compete against your ability to hire individuals in-district. We can reach IEP and 504 students from multiple sites, and offer flexible scheduling and pricing options.
Pride and Beyond: Supporting the LGBTQIA+ Community
Honoring Juneteenth: A Guide to Celebrating Freedom and Equality
International Day for Persons with Disabilities