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Life In A Wheelchair By Jonny Yerly
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Life In A Wheelchair is about the life of Jonny Yerly. Jonny talks about what day to day life is like when you are handicapped and can only get around by wheelchair. He also talks about his family... More > and friends that have helped him and touched him in so many ways. All proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to various charities as well as helping those who cannot afford wheelchairs.< Less
Jeffrey's Wheelchair By Amy Schuldt
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This is the informational story of Jeffrey who describes life in a wheelchair during show-and-tell. For children ages 3-8, child-friendly terms told through Jeffrey detail the similarities and... More > differences of growing up, having a positive attitude about life, and the importance of helping one another no matter the ability.< Less
Life in a Wheelchair By Jonny Yerly
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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.
The mysterious wheelchair By David Binnema
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A disabled boy find himself in a land called Silla-Tierra where wheelchairs - which are alive - need his help.
Murder By Wheelchair By Rosella Rhine
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A serial killer is loose within the walls of an up-scale retirement home. As dead bodies turn up in curious places and under suspect circumstances, Lily Lawrence, disgruntled resident of... More > Journey’s End, questions the coroner’s calls of accidental deaths. A former assistant to a private investigator, she is convinced the deaths are homicides and sets out to find the person responsible. With a short list of suspects capable of committing murder and no motive or clues, she enlists her former employer, Sam Levine, for help. After embarking on a quest to find the predator, they uncover not only the killer, but one of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted. Written with wry humor, Murder by Wheelchair is a fast, fun, enjoyable romp inside a retirement home through the eyes of a 70-year-old woman who discovers she still has what Sam calls “instincts like a bloodhound.”< Less
Murder by Wheelchair By Rosella Rhine
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A serial killer is loose within the walls of an up-scale retirement home. As dead bodies turn up in curious places and under suspect circumstances, Lily Lawrence, disgruntled resident of... More > Journey’s End, questions the coroner’s calls of accidental deaths. A former assistant to a private investigator, she is convinced the deaths are homicides and sets out to find the person responsible. With a short list of suspects capable of committing murder and no motive or clues, she enlists her former employer, Sam Levine, for help. After embarking on a quest to find the predator, they uncover not only the killer, but one of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted. Written with wry humor, Murder by Wheelchair is a fast, fun, enjoyable romp inside a retirement home through the eyes of a 70-year-old woman who discovers she still has what Sam calls “instincts like a bloodhound.”< Less
The Lady in the Wheelchair By Sadie Mintz
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A magnificent romance story.
The Lady in the Wheelchair By Sadie Mintz
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A magnificent romance story.
The Wheelchair Races: Billy's Triumph By Kym Kostos
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Billy wheeled himself down the corridor at school. The buzzing of the students filled the halls. It was the last week of school before summer break. The eighth graders were going to be graduating... More > that night and in three months starting high school. William Matthew Warner was no different than any other kid at school who would be graduating that night and moving up to the next level in education. Everyone knew him as Billy, but he was not like other kids his age. When school is over, the kids will be outside running about under the warm sun. But, Billy couldn't run because he was bound to a wheelchair. Since birth, Billy hadn't been able to walk due to a muscular disorder. The doctors and specialists told his parents that he would be bound to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Billy had always dreamed of walking and dancing like the other kids, but he knew he would never be able to do that ever. He always envied the other kids who could walk, run and play sports.< Less