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Dottie and Dots Visit Nature Spots By Kristie Smith, M.Ed, CTVI
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Dottie and Dots are two adorable Braille cell characters who teach sighted children how to read representational Braille while appreciating differences in each other. Great to use during Handicap... More > Awareness Month!< Less
Yasmine's Special World By Kristie Smith, M.Ed, CTVI
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Yasmine's Special World is a story about a brother and a sister who were born blind. Even though the two children realize their world is somewhat different from others, it is nontheless exciting and... More > beautiful. Children will enjoy learning the printed Braille alphabet as well as how to appreciate differences in others. Great to use during Handicap Awareness Month.< Less
The Adventures of Abby Diamond- Secrets in the Attic #2 By Kristie Smith, M.Ed, CTVI
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Abby Diamond is a girl detective who happens to be blind. She and her four best friends: Neils, Andrea, Alison, Jaxson and Glen find themselves surround once again in mysterious situations. The... More > friends find a secret attic filled with haunting memories from the past when they discover an old diary in Braille. They see ghosts in Savannah, meet up with a teenage wizard who supplies Abby with her own personal magic cane.Do the events really occur or is it once again the imagination of Abby Diamond, Girl Detective?< Less
From Spiritual Disability to Spiritual Maturity By Yeleina Morgan
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Disabled, crippled, damaged, handicapped... lies of dis-ease that the enemy uses against you...Servants of Destiny arise on this day of awakening, this new dawn, to new thinking and a new... More > understanding of who you are in Christ. Dispossess wounds and pain of the past, receive divine healing and restoration...be mended and strengthened, as you release thoughts of inability, while being shown and directed to your true and designated place of supernatural capability.< Less
A-Z Appreciating Differences By Kristie Smith
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Appreciating Differences is a book that teaches how to appreciate differences in other as well as in ourselves. Children will learn how to read representational Braille and about many famous people... More > who overcame disabilities and did great things in the world.< Less
WE THREE - The Helicopter Ride By Darlene J. Hollingsworth
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WE THREE is a series of Christian children stories. The stories consist of three major characters. One has Down syndrome [mental challenge], another is wheelchair bound [physical challenge]. The... More > third boy does not have a disability but rather is often teased because of his red hair and freckles. The wheelchair has a significant role in each book which contributes to the solution of every situation the boys get themselves into. WE THREE was written to encourage awareness and equality of ALL with or without a mental or physical challenge as well as enhance the imagination and enjoyment for all readers. "The Helicopter Ride" is about the boy's adventure in a helicopter and what happens when the helicopter tilts to make his turn to land and the boy in the wheelchair realizes his seat belt wasn't fastened correctly.< Less
A Waking Mind By Diana Lund
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Diana Lund brings her insightful and witty style to continue her story begun in "Remind Me Why I'm Here: Sifting through Sudden Loss of Memory and Judgment." In “A Waking Mind,”... More > she experiences three awakenings after a 1996 car accident and consequential mild traumatic brain injury. Eventually aware of her sudden ineptitude at her technical job, the onset of claustrophobia, and unexpected turns of events, such as, setting out for a zoo exhibit and winding up on the kiddie train, Lund absorbs what it means to be a cognitively-handicapped adult. While acquiring this new view, she begins to see flaws in her core beliefs about intelligence, goodness, and truth. Patterns grow clear. Others are struggling in the same neuronal waters in which she had nearly drowned. Having reached safe harbor, Lund keeps alive hope.< Less
Science Legend Stephen Hawking By M Sharma
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Stephen Hawking was a handicap for his life time yet only on his will power and self confidence he was one of most well known scientist. His own desire to live was another plus point of his... More > successful life. People will ask if it is necessary for a scientist to be a famous personality. The answer is a little difficult. Those who know how to write in easy language, they keep an interest in writing. People are not aware of those people who do not possess an interest in writing. The scientist who is perfects in their experiments and posses a good vocabulary and a skill of writing become famous worldwide, Stephen Hawking is one of them. He cannot do his simple daily chores but the world knows that the almighty has given him an extraordinary brain that overpowers the rest of his defects. Not only on his researches and nor on his book but we are inquisitive about his daily day to day life and try to gather all possible information about it.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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