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Childrens Books about Accessibility

Kids, Disabilities and Regular Classrooms: An Annotated Bibliogrphy of eclected Children’s Literature on Disability
Year:1996
Author:Gary Bunch
Format:Book
Topic:Chirdren’s books about disabilities
Intended Audience:Young children to adults, teachers
Synopsis:

Brief sketches of nearly 150 children’s stories with positive images of children with labels. This annotatd bibliography of selected children’s literature presents children or aduls with disabilities as members of the general community.

Teacher Vision
Year:Updated regularly
Author:Teacher Vision
Format:On-line resources
Topic:Chirdren’s books about disabilities
Intended Audience:Young children to adults
Synopsis:

This link leads to an annotated information about books for children that address topics related to accessibility, disabilities and learning. The books are organized by reading level from Adult Read to Children, Juvenile Easy Reader, Juvenile Fiction, Young Adult and Adult. This classification will be helpful to teachers in determining the appropriateness of books for specific reading levels.

Teaching about Disabilities through Children’s Literature
Year:2008
Author:Libraries Unlimited/Mary Anne Prater and Tina Taylor Dyches
Format:Book
Topic:Teaching about learning disabilities through children’s literature
Intended Audience:Teachers K-12
Synopsis:

From the publisher: ‘This book is written to provide teachers, social workers, school psychologists, councilors, and other professionals who work with children a comprehensive guide to selecting and using children’s books to teach about disabilities.’

Zach is in Our Class: Just like all of us
Year:2015
Author:Bruce Simpson and Emma Brooks
Format:E-book PDF
Topic:Children’s books about disabilities
Intended Audience:Young children to adults, teachers
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Synopsis:

A photo book about an Ontario kindergarten student who has had a very inclusive experience.