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Is Your Early Childhood Literature Collection Disability-Inclusive and Current? Crystal E. Kaiser
As early education becomes progressively more inclusive, young children with disabilities and a wider range of special needs are increasingly more likely to be a part of community group care and educational programs and thereby included in library field trips. It is imperative for them and important to their teachers that they are able to find literature at their interest level that reflects an acceptance of their particular disability or special need. Similarly, with the earlier identification of disabilities and special needs, more parents may be educated as to the precise nature of the specific challenges facing their young child and may wish to locate appropriate literature that might validate their child and help him to identify with another child experiencing similar challenges. A comprehensive listing of more than three hundred such titles currently in print is presented, each of which has been categorized and subcategorized to facilitate research for specialized content. In addition, approximately one hundred additional titles on closely related topics also are presented. Research Challenges Children's librarians are important sources of information for parents of young children with special needs and disabilities who seek picture books and beginning chapter books with which their preschool or early primary­age child can readily identify. In addition, greater numbers of early childhood teachers are now teaching in inclusive programs in which children with a wide variety of disabilities and special needs may be integrated, posing new curricular challenges for which children's literature resources may be sought. Despite these
imperatives, locating such titles among current books in print may be surprisingly challenging and time-consuming, even for veteran librarians, particularly in this age range. Additionally, there are too many out-of-print titles still occupying library shelves that may reflect a very different time in this rapidly changing field, along with now-objectionable attitudes and dispositions toward these populations. They also may present now-incorrect or seriously outdated medical or developmental information, as well as now-objectionable terminology, making them a somewhat risky alternative to all but the experts in this field for most purposes. There are numerous reasons why appropriate titles are particularly hard to find in this specialty area using traditional search engines and library resources. First, perhaps due to business decisions based upon relatively limited audiences, many of these books go out of print unusually rapidly, often before several reliable children's books in print compilations are even published. Second, many titles are more likely to come from small, specialty publishing houses that may have limited visibility within mainstream library sources. Crystal E. Kaiser is Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Director of Early Childhood special education Programs at the Ruth S. Ammon School of Education at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York. She can be reached at [email protected] adelphi.edu
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Third, even otherwise reliable Internet search engines often fail to successfully isolate literature specifically for the young child on these highly specialized topics. Even texts indicated to be in the target age range often were found to be at a higher level than would be appropriate for a seven-year-old or second-grader. The time necessary to amass current information on these topics makes it unrealistic for most children's librarians to conduct this research in response to individual requests, and there is currently no central resource for them to consult that would measurably speed such a search. A New Resource Presented here is a comprehensive literature review of more than three hundred current books in print for and about young children with special needs from ages two to seven, presented by category and subcategory for ease of reference. Many of the topical titles identified here may have relevance for caregivers of all young children, extending to such topics as wearing glasses or an eye patch, getting ear tubes, or having asthma or a peanut allergy. Recommendations There is a smaller subset of the presented book titles that represents particularly salient exemplars of current recommended best practice or especially positive portrayals of young children with special needs as they interact with their families and friends, and that also provides both realistic and factually correct information on specific conditions. Highlighting these titles should provide welcome guidance to those children's librarians most interested in conducting a more selective and topically representative review with a focus on quality that may best reflect the state of the practice in early childhood special education today. * Denotes a particularly recommended text reflecting current facts or dispositions. ° Denotes text with religious or spiritual overtones.
I. Differences, Disability, Illness, and Related Conditions Alopecia Lonczak, Heather. Mookey the Monkey Gets Over Being Teased. Magination Pr., 2006. *Murphy-Melas, Elizabeth. The Girl with No Hair: A Story about Alopecia Areata. Health Pr., 2002. *Peterseil, Yaacov. Princess Alopecia. Pitspopany Pr., 1999. Attentional Disorders Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Carpenter, Phyllis. Sparky's Excellent Misadventures: My A.D.D. Journal by Me (Sparky). Magination Pr., 1999. *East, J. ADD in Poetry. Trafford, 2004. Nemiroff, Marc, and Jane Annunziata. Help Is on the Way. Magination Pr., 1998. Weiner, Ellen. Taking A.D.D. to School. JayJo Books, 1999. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Bishop, Brett, and Laura Olson. Clayton's Path. Apogee Publ., 2001. Corman, Clifford, and Esther Trevino. Eukee, the Jumpy Jumpy Elephant. Specialty Pr., 1995. *Galvin, Matthew. Otto Learns about His Medicine. Magination Pr., 2001. Gehret, Jeanne. Eagle Eyes: A Child's Guide to Paying Attention. Verbal Images Pr., 1990. Gordon, Michael. My Brother's a World Class Pain. GSI Publ., 1992. *------. Jumpin' Johnny, Get Back to Work. GSI Publ., 1998. Kraus, Jeanne. Cory Stories. Magination Pr., 2004. Lee, Betsy. Whoa,Wiggle-Worm. Learning Abilities Books, 2003. *Moss, Deborah. Shelley, the Hyperactive Turtle. Woodbine, 2006. Penn, Audrey. A.D.D. Not B.A.D. Child and Family Pr., 2003. Rotner, Shelley, and Sheila Kelly. The A.D.D. Book for Kids. The Millbrook Pr., 2000. *Shapiro, Lawrence. Sometimes I Drive My Mom Crazy, but I Know She's Crazy about Me. Child's Work, 1995.
Tunis, Sandra. Why Can't Jimmy Sit Still? New Horizon Pr., 2004. Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (PDDNOS) *Amenta, Charles. Russell Is Extra Special. Magination Pr., 1992. Bishop, Beverly. My Friend with Autism. Future Horizons, 2002. Day, Alexandra. The Flight of a Dove. Farrar, 2004. Edwards, Andreanna. Taking Autism to School. JayJo Books, 2001. Edwards, Becky. My Brother Sammy. Bloomsbury Children's Books, 1999. Ellis, Marvie. Keisha's Doors. Speech Kids Texas Pr., 2005. *------. Tacos Anyone? Speech Kids Texas Pr., 2005. Ely, Lesley, and Polly Dunbar. Looking After Louis. Albert Whitman, 2004. Healy, Angie. Sometimes My Brother. Future Horizons, 2005. *Lears, Laurie. Ian's Walk. Albert Whitman, 1998. Messner, Abby W. Captain Tommy. Future Horizons, 1996. Peralta, Sarah. All about My Brother. Autism Asperger Publ., 2002. Thompson, Mary. Andy and His Yellow Frisbee. Woodbine, 1996. *Tw achtmanCullen, Diane. Trevor Trevor. Starfish Pr., 1998. Yamanaka, Lois-Ann. The Heart's Language. Hyperion, 2005. Asperger's Syndrome Gagnon, Elisa, and Brenda Smith Myles. This Is Asperger Syndrome. Autism Asperger Publ., 1999. *Hoopmann, Kathy. All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome. Jessica Kingsley, 2006. *Larson, Elaine Marie. I Am Utterly Unique. Autism Asperger Publ., 2006. *Murrell, Diane. Friends Learn about Tobin. Future Horizons, 2007. Schnurr, Rosina. Asperger's Huh? A Child's Perspective. Anisor Publ., 1999.
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Emotional Challenges Fear, Anxiety, or Shyness *Best, Cari. Shrinking Violet. Farrar, 2001. Cain, Barbara. I Don't KnowWhy--I Guess I'm Shy. Magination Pr., 1999. Crary, Elizabeth. I'm Scared. Parenting Pr., 1994. *Henkes, Kevin. Wemberly Worried. Greenwillow, 2000. Meiners, Cheri. When I Feel Afraid. Free Spirit Publ., 2003. *Spelman, Cornelia. When I Feel Scared. Albert Whitman, 2002. *Stewart, Shannon. Sea Crow. Orca, 2004. Wells, Rosemary. Shy Charles. Puffin Books, 1988. Sadness and Depression Goldblatt, Rob. The Boy Who Didn't Want to Be Sad. Magination Pr., 2004. *Greive, Bradley. The Blue Day Book for Kids. Andrews McMeel Publ., 2005. Mundy, Michaelene. Sad Isn't Bad. Abbey Pr., 1998. *Spelman, Cornelia. When I Feel Sad. Albert Whitman, 2002. Sprecher, John. Jeffrey and the Despondent Dragon. Special Kids, 1997. Chronic Illness Allergies *Black, Christina. Mommy, Is This Safe to Eat? R3C Creations, 2006. *Gosselin, Kim. ZooAllergy. JayJo Books, 1996. Harrison, Troon. Aaron's Awful Allergies. Kids Can Pr., 1996. *Koster, Gloria. The Peanut-Free Cafй. Albert Whitman, 2006. *Nassau, Elizabeth. The Peanut Butter Jam. Health Pr., 2001. O ' R e i l l y, Nadine. Peter Can't Eat Peanuts. O'Reilly Publ., 2005. Powell, Jillian. Aneil Has a Food Allergy. Chelsea Clubhouse, 2004. *Smith, Nicole. Allie the Allergic Elephant. Jungle Communications, 2004. *------. Cody the Allergic Cow. Jungle Communications, 2004. ------. Chad the Allergic Chipmunk. Allergic Child Publ. Group, 2006. Winter 2007 · Children and Libraries
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Ureel, Jessica. The Peanut Pickle. First Page Publ., 2004. Weiner, Ellen. Taking Food Allergies to School. JayJo Books, 1999. Asthma Glaser, Jason. Asthma. Capstone, 2006. Gordon, Sharon. Asthma. Children's Press, Scholastic, 2003. *Gosselin, Kim. Taking Asthma to School. JayJo Books, 1998. *------. The ABC's of Asthma. JayJo Books, 1998. *------. Sportsercise! JayJo Books, 2004. Kroll, Virginia. Brianna Breathes Easy: A Story about Asthma. Albert Whitman, 2005. *London, Jonathan. The Lion Who Had Asthma. Albert Whitman, 1992. Moore-Mallinos, Jennifer. I Have Asthma. Barron's Educational Series, 2007. Muirhead, Maria. My Asthma Book: Story and Activity Book. iUniverse, 2007. Powell, Jillian. Zack Has Asthma. Chelsea Clubhouse, 2005. Robert, G. Sillwee Wobbert and Wheezing Will in the Big Game. Dream Publ., 2003. Cardiac (Heart) Problems Robert, G. Sillwee Wobbert the Happy Heart Kid. Dream Publ., 2001. Celiac Disease Falini, Nancy. Gluten-Free Friends: An Activity Book for Kids. Savory Palate, 2003. *Kruszka, Bonnie. Eating Gluten-Free with Emily: A story for children with Celiac Disease. Woodbine, 2004. Lowell, Jax. No More Cupcakes and Tummy Aches. Xlibris, 2004. Crohn's Disease *Sileo, Frank. Toilet Paper Flowers: A Story for Children about Crohn's Disease. Health Pr., 2005. Juvenile Diabetes *Block, Jed. The Best Year of My Life: Book 1: Getting Diabetes. N.E.W. Printing, 1999. Glaser, Jason. Juvenile Diabetes. Capstone, 2007. Mulder, Linnea. Sarah and Puffle: A Story for Children about Diabetes. Magination Pr., 1992. Olson, Michael. How I Feel: A Book about Diabetes. Lantern Books, 2003.
*Pirner, Connie. Even Little Kids Get Diabetes. Albert Whitman, 1991. *Powell, Jillian. Becky Has Diabetes. Chelsea Clubhouse, 2004. Robert, G. Sillwee Wobbert, Diabetes, and Jose at School and Play. Dream Publ., 2003. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis Aldape, Virginia. Nicole's Story: A Book about a Girl with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Lerner, 1996. Miller, Dee Dee. Taking Arthritis to School. JayJo Books, 2002. *Murphy-Melas, Elizabeth. Keeping a Secret: A Story about Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Health Pr., 2001. Sickle Cell Disease *Baldwin, Carol. Sickle Cell Disease. Heinemann, 2003. Communication and Speech *Holcomb, Nan. Sarah's Surprise. Jason and Nordic Publ., 1990. *Lears, Laurie. Ben Has Something to Say: A Story about Stuttering. Albert Whitman, 2000. Lester, Helen. Hooway for Wodney Wat. Houghton/Walter Lorraine, 1999. Stuve-Bodeen, Stephanie. Babu's Song. Lee and Low, 2003. Craniofacial Disorders Brink, Benjamin. David's Story: A Book about Surgery. Lerner, 1996. Disabilities in General General Disabilities Anderson, Peggy. We Go in a Circle. Houghton/Walter Lorraine, 2004. Bertrand, Diane. My Pal,Victor/Mi Amigo, Vнctor. Ideals Children's Books, 2004. Brown, Tricia. Someone Special, Just Like You. Holt, 1995. DeLoach, Kathleen. Daniel's World: A Book about Children with Disabilities. Three Moons Media, 2004. *Dwight, Laura. We Can Do It! Star Bright, 1997. ------. Brothers and Sisters. Star Bright, 2005. Green, Jen. I'm Special. Wayland Publ., 2007. *Maguire, Arlene. Special People, Special Ways. Future Horizons, 2000. Morse, Linda. Sam's Just Sam. Bear Hug Pr., 2001.
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Smith, Sally. Different Is Not Bad, Different Is the World: A Book about Disabilities. Sopris West, 1994. *Thomas, Pat. Don't Call Me Special: A First Look at Disability. Ba r r o n's , 2002. *Weninger, Brigitte. One for All, All for One. Penguin, 2005. Willis, Jeanne. Susan Laughs. Holt, 2000. Service/Helping Animals *Brussee, Warren. Laoch (Lay-Ock): The Guide Dog Puppy. Booklocker.com, 2006. Calmenson, Stephanie. Rosie: A Visiting Dog's Story. Houghton, 1994. Hansen, Rosanna. Caring Animals. Children's Press, 2003. Moore, Eva. Buddy: The First Seeing Eye Dog. Scholastic, 1996. Oliver, Clare. Animals Helping with Special Needs. Grolier, 1999. *Osofsky, Audrey. My Buddy. Holt, 1992. Down Syndrome (see also Mental Retardation and Developmental Delay) Becker, Shirley. Buddy's Shadow. Jason and Nordic Publ., 1991. *Bouwkamp, Julie. Hi, I'm Ben: And I've Got a Secret! Kidder Resources, 1995. Cairo, Shelley. Our Brother Has Down's Syndrome. Annick Pr., 1985. Campos, Maria. Victoria's Day. Frances Lincoln Ltd., 2007 Girnis, Margaret. ABC for You and Me. Albert Whitman, 2000. ------. 123 for You and Me. Albert Whitman, 2001. Gordon, Melanie. Let's Talk about Down Syndrome. Powerkids Pr., 1999.
Gregory, Nan. How Smudge Came. Walker, 1995. Kneeland, Linda. Cookie. Jason and Nordic Publ., 1999. Pitzer, Marjorie. I Can, Can You? Woodbine, 2004. Plucker, Sheri. Me, Hailey! Jason and Nordic Publ., 2005. Powell, Jillian. Luke Has Down's Syndrome. Chelsea Clubhouse, 2004. Rabe, Berniece. Where's Chimpy? Albert Whitman, 1988. *Rickert, Janet. Russ and the Firehouse. Woodbine, 2000. Royston, Angela. Down Syndrome: What's It Like? Heinemann, 2005. *Stuve-Bodeen, Stephanie. We'll Paint the Octopus Red. Woodbine, 1998. *------. The Best Worst Brother. Woodbine, 2005. *Woloson, Eliza. My Friend Isabelle. Woodbine, 2003. Dwarfism, Short Stature, and Little People Kuklin, Susan. Thinking Big. Authors Guild Backprint, 2000. Epilepsy and Seizures Gosselin, Kim. Taking Seizure Disorders to School: A Story about Epilepsy. JayJo Books, 2001. *Lears, Laurie. Becky the Brave: A Story about Epilepsy. Albert Whitman, 2002. hearing loss and Deafness Ear Tubes *Dooley, Virginia. Tubes in My Ears: My Trip to the Hospital. Mondo, 1996. Lansky, Vicki. Koko Bear's Big Earache: Preparing Your Child for Ear Tube Surgery. Book Peddlers, 1990. *Pace, Betty. Chris Gets Ear Tubes. Galludet Univ. Pr., 1987 hearing AIDS Clemente, Gary. Cosmo Gets an Ear. Modern Signs Pr., 1994. *Litchfield, Ada. A Button in Her Ear. Albert Whitman, 1976 Hearing Loss or Deafness in General *Addabbo, Carole. Dina the Deaf Dinosaur. Hannacroix Creek Books, 2005.
Aseltine, Lorraine, Evelyn Mueller, and Nancy Tait. I'm Deaf and It's Okay. Albert Whitman, 1986. Haughton, Emma. Living with Deafness. Raintree, 2000. Heelan, Jamee. Can You Hear a Rainbow? The Story of a Deaf Boy Named Chris. Peachtree, 2002. Lakin, Patricia. Dad and Me in the Morning. Albert Whitman, 1994. Lee, Jeanne. Silent Lotus. Farrar, 1991. *Lowell, Gloria. Elana's Ears: Or, How I Became the Best Big Sister in the World. Magination Pr., 2000. *Millman, Isaac. Moses Goes to a Concert. Farrar, 1998. ------. Moses Goes to School. Farrar, 2000. ------. Moses Goes to a Circus. Farrar, 2003. ------. Moses Sees a Play. Farrar, 2004. *Peterson, Jeanne. I Have a Sister--My Sister Is Deaf. HarperCollins, 1977. Powell, Jillian. Jordan Has a Hearing Loss. Chelsea Clubhouse, 2005. Royston, Angela. Deafness: What's It Like? Heinemann, 2005. Schaefer, Lola. Some Kids Are Deaf. Pebble Books, 2001. *Schneider, Elaine. Taking Hearing Impairment to School. JayJo Books, 2004. *Seeger, Pete, and Paul Dubois Jacobs. The Deaf Musicians. Putnam, 2006. Seuling, Barbara. Robert and the Happy Endings. Cricket Books, 2007. Verheyden-Hilliard, Mary Ellen. Scientist and Physician, Judith Pachciarz. Equity Institute, 1988. Wahl, Jan. Rosa's Parrot. Whispering Coyote Pr., 1999. Signing or American Sign Language (ASL) Acredolo, Linda, and Susan Goodwyn. I Can Sign! Playtime. Ideals Interactive, 2006. ------. My First Baby Signs. Harper Festival, 2002. Baker, Pamela. My First Book of Sign. Gallaudet Univ. Pr., 1986. Bednarczyk, Angela, and JanetWeinstock. Happy Birthday! A Beginner's Book of Signs. Star Bright, 1997. *Broski, Julie. Being Me. Scholastic, 2006. Chaplin, Susan. I Can Sign My ABCs. Kendall Green Publ., 1986.
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*Collins, Stanley. First Signs. Garlic Pr., 2002. *Fain, Kathleen. Handsigns: A Sign Language Alphabet. Chronicle Books, 1993. Holub, Joan. My First Book of Sign Language. Scholastic, 1996. Kubler, Annie. Baa Baa, Black Sheep! Sign and Singalong. Child's Play, 2004. ------. Itsy Bitsy Spider: Sign and Singalong. Child's Play, 2004. *------. My First Signs. Child's Play, 2004. ------. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear! Sign and Singalong. Child's Play, 2004. ------. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star: Sign and Singalong. Child's Play, 2004. *Rankin, Laura. The Handmade Alphabet. Puffin Books, 1991. Slier, Debbie. Animal Signs: A First Book of Sign Language. Gallaudet Univ. Pr., 1995. Votry, Kim, and Curt Waller. A Book of Colors: A Baby's First Sign Book. Gallaudet Univ. Pr., 2003. ------. Out for a Walk: A Baby's First Sign Book. Gallaudet Univ. Pr., 2003. Vreeland, Kristine. I Can Talk with My Hands. Creative Teaching Pr., 1998. *Wheeler, Cindy. Simple Signs. Puffin Books, 1995. Deaf and Blind *Adler, David. A Picture Book of Helen Keller. Holiday House, 1990. Hurwitz, Johanna. Helen Keller: Courage in the Dark. Random House, 1997. Lundell, Margo. A Girl Named Helen Keller. Scholastic, 1995. Walker, Pam. Helen Keller. Children's Press, 2001. Learning Disabilities *Burton Robb, Diane. The Alphabet War: A Story about Dyslexia. Albert Whitman, 2004. Denison, Katherine. I Wish I Could Fly Like a Bird! Wildwood Creative Enterprises, 1996. *Gehret, Jeanne. The Don't-Give-UpKid and Learning Differences. Verbal Images Pr., 1996. Hallowell, Edward. A Walk in the Rain with a Brain. ReganBooks, 2004. Hodge, Deborah. Lily and the Mixed-Up Letters. Tundra Books, 2007. Moynihan, L. E. Taking Dylexia to School. JayJo Books, 2002.
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*Polacco, Patricia. Thank You, Mr. Falker. Philomel Books, 1998. Schader, Karen. Taking Dyslexia to School. JayJo Books, 2002. Life-Threatening Illness Cancer/Leukemia *Amadeo, Diana. There's a Little Bit of Me in Jamey. Albert Whitman, 1989. Carney, Karen. What Is Cancer Anyway? Explaining Cancer to Children of All Ages. Dragonfly Publ., 2004. Center for Basic Cancer Research. A Day with Dr. Waddle: An Introduction to Cancer Written for Children. Kansas State Univ., 1988. Chamberlain, Shannin. My ABC Book of Cancer. Synergistic Pr., 1990. *Henry, Cynthia S., and Kim Gosselin. Taking Cancer to School. JayJo Books, 2001. Krisher, Trudy. Kathy's Hats: A Story of Hope. Albert Whitman, 1992. Richmond, Christina. Chemo Girl: Saving the World One Treatment at a Time. Jones and Bartlett, 1997. Royston, Angela. Cancer: What's It Like? Heinemann, 2005. Cystic Fibrosis *Lux, Carrie. Little Brave Ones: For Children Who Battle Cystic Fibrosis. BookSurge Publ., 2005. HIV/AIDS *Merrifield, Margaret. Come Sit by Me. Stoddart Kids, 1990. *Verniero, Joan. You Can Call Me Willy: A Story for Children about AIDS. Magination Pr., 1995. Organ Donation *Wood, Ramona. Now Caitlin Can: A Donated Organ Helps a Child Get Well. Abc Pr., 2004. Mental Retardation or Developmental Delay (See also Down Syndrome) Ashley, Bernard. Cleversticks. Crown, 1991. Burnett, Karen Gedig. Katie's Rose: A Tale of Two Late Bloomers. GR Publ., 2001. Gifaldi, David. Ben, King of the River. Albert Whitman, 2001. Glenn, Sharlee. Keeping Up with Roo. Putnam, 2004. *Kraus, Robert. Leo the Late Bloomer. HarperCollins, 1971.
Kroll, Virginia. Cristina Keeps a Promise. Albert Whitman, 2006. McNey, Martha. Leslie's Story: A Book about a Girl with Mental Retardation. Lerner, 1996. * O ' S h a u g h n e s s y, Ellen. Somebody Called Me a Retard Today and My Heart Felt Sad. Walker, 1992. Shriver, Maria. What's Wrong with Timmy? Little Brown, 2001. Orthopedic/Physical Disability Assistive Technology Schaefer, Adam. Tools That Help Me: Herramientas Que Me Ayudan. Rourke Publ., 2007. Braces (Leg) Schaefer, Lola. Some Kids Wear Leg Braces. Pebble Books, 2001. Cerebral Palsy *DeBear, Kirsten. Be Quiet, Marina! Star Bright, 2001. *Hiner, Danielle. Mommy, Can I Play with Tommy? Publish America, 2004. Holcomb, Nan. Andy Opens Wide. Jason and Nordic Publ., 1990. *------. A Smile from Andy. Jason and Nordic Publ., 1989. *------. Andy Finds a Turtle. Jason and Nordic Publ., 1998. *------. Danny and the Merry-Go-Round. Jason and Nordic Publ., 1984. *------. Patrick and Emma Lou. Jason and Nordic Publ., 1989. Lears, Laurie. Nathan's Wish; A Story about Cerebral Palsy. Albert Whitman, 2005. Pimm, Paul. Living with Cerebral Palsy. Raintree, 2000. General Physical Disability Topics Andreae, Giles. Giraffes Can't Dance. Orchard Books, 1999. Brownridge, William. The Moccasin Goalie. Orca, 1995.
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*DePaola, Tomie. Now One Foot, Now the Other. Putnam, 1981. Duchesne, Christiane. Peter's Secret. Picture Window Books, 2006. Missing, Shortened, or Amputated Limbs Barasch, Lynne. Knockin' on Wood: Starring Peg Leg Bates. Lee and Low, 2004. Best, Cari. Goose's Story. Farrar, 2002. *Brown, Beverly. Oliver's High Five. Health Pr., 1998. Caseley, Judith. Harry and Willy and Carrothead. Greenwillow, 1991. *Heelan, Jamee. The Making of My Special Hand: Madison's Story. Peachtree, 1998. *Mills, Joyce. Little Tree: A Story for Children with Serious Medical Problems. Magination Pr., 2003. Philipson, Sandra. Annie Loses Her Leg but Finds Her Way. Chagrin River Publ., 1999. Senisi, Ellen. All Kinds of Friends, Even Green! Woodbine, 2002.
Laird, Elizabeth, and Roz Davison. Jungle School. Crabtree Books, 2006. *Meyers, Cindy. Rolling along with Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Woodbine, 1999. Moore-Mallinos, Jennifer. It's OK to Be Me! Just Like You, I Can Do Almost Anything! Barron's Educational Series, 2007. Munsch, Robert. Zoom! Scholastic/ Cartwheel, 2003. Oelschlager, Vanita. My Grampy Can't Walk. Cleveland Clinic Pr., 2006. Royston, Angela. Using a Wheelchair: What's It Like? Heinemann, 2005. Schaefer, Lola. Some Kids Use Wheelchairs. Pebble Books, 2001. Suen, Anastasia. Helping Sophia. Magic Wagon, 2007. Turner, Deborah, and Diana Mohler. How Willy Got His Wheels. Doral Publ., 1998. Wenger, Brahm, and Alan Green. Dewey Doo-It Helps Owlie Fly Again. Randall Fraser Publ., 2005.
Multiple/Severe Disabilities *Rogers, Fred. Extraordinary Friends: Let's Talk about It. Puffin Books, 2000. Paralysis Asare, Meshack. Sosu's Call. Kane/Miller, 2002. Carter, Jimmy. The Little Baby Snoogle- Fleejer. Crown, 1995. *Useman, Sharon, and Ernie Useman. Tibby Tried It. Magination Pr., 1999.
Prematurity °Amadeo, Diana M. My Baby Sister Is a Preemie. Zonderkidz, 2005. Maher, Nicola. The Tiniest Warrior of All. Oblio Pr., 2005. Pankow, Valerie. No Bigger than My Teddy Bear. Family Books, 2004. Resta, Bartholomew. Believe in Katie Lynn. Eggman Publ., 1995. *Wojahn, Rebecca. Evan Early.Woodbine, 2006.
Spina Bifida Herrera, Juan. Featherless/Desplumado. Children's Book Press, 2004. Powell, Jillian. Sam Uses a Wheelchair. Chelsea Clubhouse, 2005. Wheelchair Mobility Apel, Melanie. Let's Talk about Being in a Wheelchair. PowerKids Pr., 2002. Carlson, Nancy. Arnie and the New Kid. Puffin Books, 1992. *Cowen-Fletcher, Jane. Mama Zooms. Scholastic, 1993. Dobkin, Bonnie. Just a Little Different. Children's Press, 1994. Heelan, Jamee. Rolling Along: The Story of Taylor and His Wheelchair. Peachtree, 2000. *Hooks, Gwendolyn. Nice Wheels. Children's Press, 2005.
psychological disorders Bipolar Disorder Anglada, Tracy. Brandon and the Bipolar Bear: A Story for Children with Bipolar Disorder. Trafford, 2004. Hebert, Bryna. My Bipolar, Roller Coaster Feelings Book. Trafford, 2005. *Lewandowski, Lisa, and Shannon Trost. Darcy Daisy and the Firefly Festival: Learning about Bipolar Disorder and Community. First Page Publ., 2005. Selective Mutism Schaefer, Charles E. Cat's Got Your Tongue? A Story for Children Afraid to Speak. Magination Pr., 1992. *Shipon-Blum, Elisa. Understanding Katie. Selective Mutism Anxiety Research and Treatment Center, 2003.
obsessive-compulsive disorder *Niner, Holly. Mr. Worry: A Story about OCD. Albert Whitman, 2004. Talley, Leslie. A Thought Is Just a Thought: A Story of Living with OCD. Lantern Books, 2004. Wagner, Aureen. Up and Down the Worry Hill: A Children's Book about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Its Treatment. Lighthouse Pr., 2004. Psychological Therapy Koplow, Lesley. Tanya and the Tobo Man: A Story for Children Entering Therapy. Magination Pr., 1991. Trauma *Holmes, Margaret. A Terrible Thing Happened. Magination Pr., 2000. Sensory Integration Disorders *Renke, Laurie. I Like Birthdays, It's the Parties I'm Not Sure about! Sensory Resources, 2005. Tourette Syndrome Buehrens, Adam. Hi, I'm Adam: A Child's Story of Tourette Syndrome. Hope Pr., 1991. *Krueger, Tira. Taking Tourette Syndrome to School. JayJo Books, 2001. *Niner, Holly. I Can't Stop! A Story about Tourette Syndrome. Albert Whitman, 2005. Peters, Dylan. Tic Talk: Living with Tourette Syndrome. Little Five Star, 2007. Vision Topics Eye Surgery Beatty, Monica. Blueberry Eyes. Health Pr., 1996. Visual Impairment and Blindness Backstein, Karen. The Blind Men and the Elephant. Scholastic, 1992. Bellingham, Brenda. Lilly Makes a Friend. Formac Publ., 2004. Brimner, Larry. The Sidewalk Patrol. Children's Press, 2002. Chamberlin, Kate. The Night Search. Holidaysburg, Pa.: Jason and Nordic Publ., 1997. *Clements, Andrew. Brave Norman: A True Story. Simon and Schuster, 2001. Edwards, Nicola. My Friend Is Blind. Chrysalis, 2005. Johnson, Danielle. Fluffy. Landmark Editions, 1999.
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Keats, Ezra Jack. Apt. 3. Puffin, 1999. Kuklin, Susan. Thinking Big and Mine for a Year. Authors Guild, 2000. Lang, Glenna. Looking Out for Sarah. Charlesbridge, 2001. Liao, Jimmy. The Sound of Colors: A Journey of the Imagination. Little, Brown, 2006. *Litchfield, Ada. A Cane in Her Hand. Albert Whitman, 1977. MacLachlan, Patricia. Through Grandpa's Eyes. HarperCollins, 1980. McMahon, Patricia. Listen for the Bus: David's Story. Boyds Mills, 1995. *Moon, Nicola. Lucy's Picture. Orchard Books, 1994. Rau, Dana. The Secret Code. Children's Press, 1998. Rodanas, Kristina. The Blind Hunter. Marshall Cavendish. 2003. Royston, Angela. Blindness: What's It Like? Heinemann, 2005. Schaefer, Lola. Some Kids Are Blind. Pebble Books, 2001. Schulman, Arlene. T. J.'s Story: A Book about a Boy Who Is Blind. Lerner, 1998. *Steingold, Rita. Taking Visual Impairment to School. JayJo Books, 2004. Strom, Maria. Rainbow Joe and Me. Lee and Low, 1999. Troupe, Quincy. Little Stevie Wonder. Houghton, 2005. *Turk, Ruth. The Doll on the Top Shelf. Owl's House Pr., 1998. Wearing Glasses or Patches Brown, Marc. Arthur's Eyes. Little, Brown, 1979. ------. Glasses for D. W. Random House, 1996. Cohen, Bernard. Paul Needs Specs. Kane/ Miller, 2004. Cowley, Joy. Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses. Penguin, 1999. Day, Shirley. Luna and the Big Blur: A Story for Children Who Wear Glasses. Magination Pr., 1995. *Headley, Justina. The Patch. Charlesbridge, 2006. London, Sara. The Good Luck Glasses. Scholastic, 2000.
Is Your Early Childhood Literature Collection Disability Inclusive and Current?
Reber, Deborah. Magenta Gets Glasses. Simon and Schuster, 2002. *Smith, Lane. Glasses, Who Needs 'Em? Penguin, 1991. *Stair, Karen. Glasses, Glasses: Oh What Do I See? Book Publ. Network, 2004. II. Related Titles Behavioral and Social Challenges (see also Psychological Disorders in Section I) Anger Management Agassi, Martine. Hands Are Not for Hitting. Free Spirit, 2000. Amos, Janine, and Annabel Spenceley. Why Lose Your Temper? Cherrytree Books, 2003. Bang, Molly. When Sophie Gets Angry-- Really, Really Angry. Scholastic/Blue Sky, 1999. Carle, Eric. The Grouchy Ladybug. HarperCollins, 1996. Crary, Elizabeth. I'm Mad. Parenting Pr., 1992. ------. I'm Furious. Parenting Pr., 1994. Ditta-Donahue, Gina. Josh's Smiley Faces: A Story about Anger. Magination Pr., 2003. Kaiser, Cecily. If You're Angry and You Know It. Scholastic, 2004. Katz, Karen. No Biting! Grosset and Dunlap, 2002. ------. No Hitting! Grosset and Dunlap, 2004. Lichtenheld, Tom. What Are You So Grumpy About? Little Brown, 2003. *Mayer, Mercer. I Was So Mad. Random House, 1983. *Spelman, Cornelia. When I Feel Angry. Albert Whitman, 2000. Verdick, Elizabeth. Teeth Are Not for Biting. Free Spirit, 2003. ------. Feet Are Not for Kicking. Free Spirit, 2004. *Zolotow, Charlotte. The Hating Book. Tandem, 1999. ------. The Quarreling Book. Tandem, 1999. Bullying *Amos, Janine, and Annabel Spenceley. Why Tease? Cherrytree Books, 2000. ------. Why Be Unfriendly? Cherrytree Books, 2003. Bateman, Teresa. The Bully Blockers Club. Albert Whitman, 2004. Burnett, Karen Gedig. Simon's Hook: A Story about Teases and Put-Downs. GR Publ., 1999.
Cannon, Janell. Pinduli. Harcourt, 2004. Caseley, Judith. Bully. Greenwillow, 2001. Clements, Andrew. Jake Drake: Bully Buster. Aladdin, 2001. Crary, Elizabeth. My Name Is Not Dummy. Parenting Pr., 1996. Crocker, Nancy. Betty Lou Blue. Dial, 2006. DePaola, Tomie. Oliver Button Is a Sissy. Voyager Books, 1979. Emberley, Ed. Bye-Bye, Big Bad Bullybug! Little Brown, 2007. *Hoose, Phillip, and Hannah Hoose. Hey, Little Ant. Tricycle Pr., 1998. Kasza, Keiko. The Rat and the Tiger. Puffin/Penguin, 1993. Kroll, Steven. Jungle Bullies. Marshall Cavendish, 2006. Lovell, Patty. Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon. Putnam, 2001. *McCain, Becky. Nobody Knew What to Do: A Story about Bullying. Albert Whitman, 2001. *Moss, Peggy. Say Something. Tilbury House, 2004. *Naylor, Phyllis. King of the Playground. Aladdin Paperbacks, 1994. Nickle, John. The Ant Bully. Scholastic, 1999. *O'Neill, Alexis. The Recess Queen. Scholastic, 2002. Pendziwol, Jean. The Tale of Sir Dragon: Dealing with Bullies for Kids (and Dragons). Kids Can, 2007. *°Seskin, Steve, and Allen Shamblin. Don't Laugh at Me. Tricycle Pr., 2002. Smith-Mansell, Dana. Stop Bullying Bobby! Helping Children Cope with Teasing and Bullying. New Horizon Pr., 2004. *Thomas, Pat. Stop Picking on Me: A First Look at Bullying. Barron's, 2000. Making and Keeping Friends *Brown, Laurie, and Marc Brown. How to Be a Friend: A Guide to Making Friends and Keeping Them. Little, Brown, 1998. Carlson, Nancy. How to Lose All Your Friends. Puffin Books, 1997. Crary, Elizabeth. I Want to Play. Parenting Pr., 1996. *Meiners, Cheri. Understand and Care. Free Spirit Publ., 2003. Murrell, Diane. Tobin Learns to Make Friends. Future Horizons, 2001.
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Weninger, Brigitte, and Eve Thorlet. Why Are You Fighting, Davy? North-South, 1999. Waiting, Patience, and Impulsivity *Cook, Julia. My Mouth Is a Volcano. CTC Publ., 2005. Crary, Elizabeth. I Can't Wait. Parenting Pr., 1982. *------. I Want It. Parenting Pr., 1982. *Curtis, Jamie Lee. It's Hard to Be Five. HarperCollins/Joanna Cotler, 2004. Bereavement, Death, and Dying *Bahr, Mary. If Nathan Were Here. Eerdmans, 2000. Brown, Laurie, and Marc Brown. When Dinosaurs Die: A Guide to Understanding Death. Little Brown, 1996. *Jeffs, Stephanie. Josh: Coming to Terms with the Death of a Friend. Abingdon Pr., 2006. *Mellonie, Bryan. Beginnings and Endings with Lifetimes in Between. Bantam Books, 1983. *Mills, Joyce. Gentle Willow: A Story for Children about Dying. Magination Pr., 2004. *°Mundy, Michaelene. Sad Isn't Bad: A Good-Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss. Abbey Pr., 1998. Schwiebert, Pat, and Chuck DeKlyen. Tear Soup: A Recipe for Healing after Loss. Grief Watch, 1999. *Simon, Norma. The Saddest Time. Albert Whitman, 1986. Thomas, Cristine. A Butterfly for Brittany. Brittany's Books, 2005. Thomas, Pat. I Miss You: A First Look at Death. Barron's, 2001. *Viorst, Judith. The Tenth Good Thing about Barney. Atheneum, 1971. Differences and Similarities *Bunnett, Rochelle. Friends at School. Star Bright, 1995. Burnett, Karen G. If the World Were Blind: A Book about Judgment and Prejudice. GR Publ., 2001. Burch, Regina. Everyone Is Special and Unique. Creative Teaching Pr., 2002.
Cheltenham elementary school Kindergarteners. We Are All Alike . . . We Are All Different. Scholastic, 1991. Clements, Andrew. Big Al. Simon and Schuster, 1991. DeRolf, Shane. The Crayon Box That Talked. Random House, 1997. * Escardу i Bas, Mercи. The Ugly Duckling/ El Patito Feo. Chronicle Books. 2004. Furukawa, Masumi. The Ugly Duckling. Child's Play. 2006. Gainer, Cindy. I'm Like You, You're Like Me. Free Spirit Publ., 1998. *Hallinan, P.K. A Rainbow of Friends. Ideals Children's Books, 2006. Kates, Bobbi. We're Different, We're the Same: Featuring Jim Henson's Sesame Street Muppets. Random House, 1992. Kressley, Carson. You're Different and That's Super. Simon and Schuster, 2005. Lucado, Max. You Are Special. Crossway Books, 2007. *Meiners, Cheri. Accept and Value Each Person. Free Spirit Publ., 2006. *Mitchell, Lori. Different Just Like Me. Charlesbridge, 1999. Murray, Andrew. The Very Sleepy Sloth. Scholastic, 2003. Nikola-Lisa, W. Bein' with You This Way. Lee and Low, 1994. O'Neill, Peggy. Little Squarehead. Illumination Arts Publ., 2001. *Parr, Todd. It's Okay to Be Different. Little, Brown, 2001. *------. The Okay Book. Little, Brown, 1999. *Simon, Norma. Why Am I Different? Albert Whitman, 1976. Slate, Joseph. Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten. Dutton, 1996. *------. Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day of Kindergarten. Dutton, 2006. ------. Miss Bindergarten Stays Home from Kindergarten. Dutton, 2000.
------. Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip with Kindergarten. Dutton, 2001. ------. Miss Bindergarten Plans a Circus with Kindergarten. Dutton, 2002. ------. Miss Bindergarten Has a Wild Day in Kindergarten. Dutton, 2005. ------. Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the Last Day of Kindergarten. Dutton, 2005. Whitcomb, Mary. Odd Velvet. Chronicle, 1998. *Williams, Rozanne. The One and Only Special Me. Creative Teaching Pr., 1996. Zobel-Nolan, Allia. What I Like about Me! Reader's Digest Children's Books, 2005. Siblings with Life-Threatening Illnesses Peterkin, Allan. What about Me? When Brothers and Sisters Get Sick. Magination Pr., 1992. Temporary Disability or Illness Cowan, Charlotte. The Little Elephant with the Big Earache. Hippocratic Press, 2004. ------. Sadie's Sore Throat. Hippocratic Press, 2006. Mayer, Mercer. My Trip to the Hospital. HarperFestival, 2005. *Perkins, Lynne Rae. The Broken Cat. Greenwillow, 2002. & Editor's note: Selected portions of this work were presented at the 22nd Annual international conference of the Division for Early Childhood (DEC) of the Council for Exceptional Children, October, 2006, in Little Rock, Arkansas. The author is an International Past President of DEC. This work also was the impetus for devoting the Winter issue of CAL to library services for children with special needs. We're pleased to incorporate other perspectives on this topic in this issue as well.
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