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The Adventures of a Blind and Disabled Award-Winning Author: Inspiration & Motivation to Empower You to Go for Your Own Gold Medals By Shirley Cheng
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What do you get when faith, passion, and determination cross with a blind and physically disabled individual? You get an ultra-abled award-winning author, poet, motivational speaker, and above all, a... More > passionate lover of life! Although severely disabled with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis since infancy and blind since age seventeen, Shirley Cheng has not stopped taking giant steps forward, with her loving mother Juliet Cheng supporting her every step of the way. Interspersed with words of humor, hope, and healing, this memoir will whisk you to the adventurous world of a blind author with vision, while gently nudging you to go for your own gold medals in life. "…should be required reading for anyone persisting in life's challenges or desiring goals…a wonderful treasure that will surely touch your heart, kindle a roaring bonfire propelling you into your dreams." -Susanne Morrone, Natural Health Expert, Educator< Less
Smart Ass Cripple's Little Yellow Book By Mike Ervin
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The Clown Prince of Crippledom strikes again! More humorous (and short) essays about being crippled and other stuff.
ZABBY BOY HORSE and TURTLE By Mary Madeline Marcotte
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An adventure of long ago before man rode horses. A handicapped young girl, her friend a special turtle and the young colt they discover all come together. Love and respect for her family and animals... More > with insight as to how her clan lived. Zabby would have been unique for her time and I leave it to the reader to choose that particular era and the continent the story takes place on.< Less
ZABBY BOY HORSE and TURTLE By Mary Madeline Marcotte
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An adventure of long ago before man rode horses. A handicapped young girl, her friend a special turtle and the young colt they discover all come together. Love and respect for her family and animals... More > with insight as to how her clan lived. Zabby would have been unique for her time and I leave it to the reader to choose that particular era and the continent the story takes place on.< Less
"A Well-Balanced Tale" By Amy Kaplan
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"A Well-Balanced Tale" is a whimsical story about disability. Engagingly illustrated with themes of curiosity, discovery, innovation and acceptance, the story of Barnaby, a kangaroo who... More > can't hop, focuses on difference and ability rather than fitting-in and disability.< Less
"A Well-Balanced Tale" By Amy Kaplan
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"A Well-Balanced Tale" is a whimsical story about disability. Engagingly illustrated with themes of curiosity, discovery, innovation and acceptance, the story of Barnaby, a kangaroo who... More > can't hop, focuses on difference and ability rather than fitting-in and disability.< Less
Stuck in a Wheelchair By Cory Jantz
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Cory Jantz uses cartoons and humor to encourage others to live positively no matter what the circumstances of life bring.
dizABLED: The Heart-Warming Adventures of Leeder O. Men By John & Claire Lytle
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Enjoy some disability humor with Leeder O. Men, wheelchair athlete and spokes person! These wheelchair cartoons are one-of-a-kind.
Keep Smiling By Piotr Kniecicki
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Humorous cartoons about disability by Piotr Kniecicki and Ken Cox. Piotr Kniecicki is a Polish poet who suffered a brain stem stroke in 2001 leaving him almost totally paralyzed.
Keep Smiling By Piotr Kniecicki
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Humorous cartoons about disability by Piotr Kniecicki and Ken Cox. Piotr Kniecicki is a Polish poet who suffered a brain stem stroke in 2001 leaving him almost totally paralyzed.