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  • Amberly and the Secret of the Fairy Warriors

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    Twelve-year-old Amberly doesn’t quite fit in with all the other fairies in Whimsical Land. One of her wings is undersized and paralyzed and instead of flying she has to run and leap through the air with the help of a stick. It’s awkward, it’s no ...


  • The Tidal Bracelet

    The Marinesia Trilogy: Book Two by

    No one was more surprised than 11-year-old Kaileigh Noble, when the vivid imaginings that she dreamt up to compensate for her lifelong blindness, suddenly became frighteningly real. But after stumbling upon the Seadrop Pendant, one of three magical ...


  • A Beautiful Woodland, Swish Swish Fish Fish

    A book about being on the Spectrum in more colourful ways than one by

    Sometimes what we think in our thoughts, and what we say aloud to people are never the same thing. Thought bubbles are not speech bubbles right? Or, what we say aloud doesn’t always go as planned. Woodland is a teenage girl who has Autism, and her ...


  • Willow's Words

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    Far beneath the stormy mountains, past the creaking bridge in a towering butterfly tree lives a graceful young girl named Willow who doesn’t speak but loves to dance. She dances alone beneath the sugarberry tree at recess. She dances in her very own ...


  • Greyson’s Shoes

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    Greyson is a preschooler with Autism who views the world through a very different lens. He loves playing outside, but he hates having his shoes on. His dad wants to make sure he doesn’t step in something gross, but Greyson doesn’t understand this, ...


  • Another Superhero Day

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    Theo is a superhero—but, of course, only his mom knows that. Theo is also autistic. He is shy, unique, cool, and he doesn’t like to be touched. One day at the amusement park, he is waiting in line for the Ferris wheel with his mom when he meets ...


  • A New Way To Play

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    Emily and her friends Sara and Anthony are playing a game of hide and seek. When it’s Emily’s turn to hide, she can’t find a spot that’s big enough to fit her wheelchair. Emily feels left out, but when she watches her pet, Chloe the chameleon, ...


  • Where the Rhythm Takes Us

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    Where the Rhythm Takes Us is a tale of two friends dreaming their way through the school day. Tapping on their wheelchair trays, they tell the story of their musical adventures. One day, they are in a marching band. Another, they are at the ...


  • Let's Go

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    What makes you unique? For some of us, part of what makes us unique is that we need help doing the sorts of things that other people do without thinking. Bobby is just like that. Sometimes, he wears a prosthetic to help him walk, and other times he ...


  • Let's Play

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    Everyone is unique. That is one of many things we all have in common. Some of us have two arms and two legs, and some of us don’t. Some of us can see and hear, and some of us can’t. We are all different from one another in many ways, but we are all ...