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Children's Books About General -- SHNIC Information for Families

All Kinds of Friends, Even Green! By Ellen B. Senisi. Woodbine House, 2002.

He's My Brother by J. Lasker.

I'm the Big Sister Now by M. Emmert.

Kids Explore the Gifts of Children with Special Needs. John Muir Publications, 1994.

Let’s Talk About It: Extraordinary Friends by Fred Rogers. Puffin Books, 2000.

My Brother, Matthew by Mary Thompson. Woodbine House, 1992.

Somebody Called Me a Retard Today. . . and My Heart Felt Sad by Ellen O’Shaughnessy. Walker and Company, 1992.

Someone Special, Just Like You by Tricia Brown. Henry Holt and Company, 1984.

Special People, Special Ways by Arlene Maguire. Portunus Publishing Company, 1999.

The Special Raccoon -- Helping a Child Learn About Handicaps and Love by Kim Carlisle. Small Horizons, 1994.

Views From Our Shoes -- Growing Up with a Brother or Sister with Special Needs by Donald Meyer (Ed.). Woodbine House, 1997.

Way To Go, Alex by R. Pulver.

We Can Do It! by Laura Dwight. Checkerboard Press, 1992. (contains children with spina bifida, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy and blindness)

What It's Like to Be Me written by children with disabilities, Helen Exley (Ed.). Friendship Press, 1984.

What's Wrong with Timmy? by Maria Shriver. Little, Brown and Company and Warner Books, 2001.

Who Cares About Disabled People? Illustrated by Pam Adams. Child’s Play (International) Ltd., 1992.

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