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Hello Fellow Homeschoolers!
I am looking for book recommendations (or the actual books, if you have them!) about children with physical disabilities. I am looking for well written fiction that deals with the emotions and practical struggles in a realistic and encouraging way, or biographies that do the same. I want them to read with my children, but they don't have to be Children's Books necessarily - we do lots of reading aloud and they are used to "bigger" books. (If you have ideas on a 3rd-5th grade reading level, that would be good as well.) Does anyone have ideas for me? Thank you!
I think the most meaningful and moving books that I ever read have been by and about Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan, her teacher and mentor. I can give you names of some books with different reading levels if your interested. I have collected a small library of these books.
Let me know,