This nonfiction book for teens provides a history of disability, describes types of disabilities and examines the challenges faced by people living with disabilities.
- Author:Leavitt, HannaloraSummary:
- Author:Langston, LauraSummary:
Paige Larsson, YouTube comedy vlogger, has always used humor to cope with her disability--but an opportunity to compete in stand-up comedy is a big step out of her comfort zone in this novel for teens.
- Author:Taussig, RebekahSummary:
Disability affects all of us, directly or indirectly, at one point or another. By exploring this truth in essays, Taussig illustrates the need for more stories and more voices to understand the diversity of humanity.
Rethinking Normalcy introduces the growing field of disability studies to an undergraduate audience in a variety of disciplines and programs based in the social sciences, humanities, and health sciences. The authors articulate the depth...
- Author:Estacion, ThereseSummary:
Phantompains is a visceral, imaginative collection exploring disability, grief and life by interweaving stark memories with magic surrealism. Taking inspiration from Filipino horror and folk tales, Estacion incorporates some Visayan...
- Author:Sotomayor, SoniaSummary:
A #1 New York Times bestseller! Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and award-winning artist Rafael Lopez create a kind and caring book about the differences that make each of us unique. Feeling different, especially as a kid, can be...
- Author:Ferreira, LauraSummary:
The autobiography of a survivor of a ruptured brain aneurysm and stroke at age 51, now gratefully living life to the fullest. c2012.
- Author:Kevin L. Cole, PhDSummary:
A review of literature concerning disability studies.