Juvenile Nonfiction, Social Topics, Special Needs
Special Adventures with My Little Brother
by Annie Beckett
Harrison and his little brother, Thomas, like to do lots of things together—especially things that go fast. They like to play robots; Thomas uses a stander. They like to ride go-carts. Vroom! Vroom! Time to catch the bad guys! They like to pretend ...
A Service Dog's Adventures by Mike Dickerson
This book is the second in a series for 'Team Dax a Service Dog's adventures", featuring the newest member "Rasta"who is 1 of 220 Courtroom Service dogs in the United States. Learning a new routine and love of interaction with others all while ...
Will You Remember?
by Chanda Minor Brigance
Chan’s grandmother has Alzheimer’s disease. This means she easily becomes confused and forgetful. But Chan won’t let this bring her down. She remembers all the good times she’s had with her grandmother. Chan lets these memories guide her as she ...
Eyes Different Than Mine
by Erin Johnson
A six-year-old girl gets a new baby brother. She marvels at his tiny fingers and notices the palm of his hand has different lines than hers. She looks into his sparkling eyes and notices they are a different shape than hers. She is delighted by the ...
You Can Do It, Too!
by Denise Talley and Kendra Talley
Ramir is an extraordinary superhero but just like any superhero he has his challenges. Having been diagnosed with autism as a child, this created a new world for him. As a superhero, Ramir shows how he navigates life with autism. You Can Do It Too! ...