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Cooper's story —Cameron, W. Bruce, author.

Cooper, a malamute-Great Dane puppy, finds purpose as service dog and emotional support animal to fifth-grader Burke, a boy in a wheelchair.

Peppa's new friend —Petranek, Michael, author.

"Peppa makes a new friend at school! He name is Mandy Mouse. Mandy is fun, fearless and a lot like Peppa. She also uses a wheelchair to get around!"--Page [4] of cover.

Prairie school —Avi, 1937-

In 1880, Noah's aunt teaches the reluctant nine-year-old how to read as they explore the Colorado prairie together, Noah pushing Aunt Dora in her wheelchair.

Hello goodbye dog —Gianferrari, Maria, author.

A student who uses a wheelchair finds a way to see her dog each day in school.

Mama zooms —Cowen-Fletcher, Jane.

A boy's wonderful mama takes him zooming everywhere with her, because her wheelchair is a zooming machine.

A very special Critter —Mayer, Gina.

Little Critter discovers that the new boy in class is really not so different from anyone else, even though he is in a wheelchair.

Bouncing back —Ostler, Scott, author.

Orphaned thirteen year-old Carlos learns what it truly means to be a teammate when he must help save his new wheelchair basketball team's gym from destruction.

Best friend on wheels —Shirley, Debra.

A young girl relates all the ways she and her best friend, Sarah, are alike, in spite of the fact that Sarah uses a wheelchair.

Lucas makes a comeback —Plohl, Igor, author.

Lucas the lion learns how to live life with a physical disability with help from his friends and family.

Poojo's got wheels —Charrow (Illustrator), author, illustrator.

Poojo is a dog who was born without back legs, but that's ok because Poojo's got wheels. He is clever, creative, and a great friend to everyoe and everything. Even when he's faced with a flat tire, there's no stopping th...

Hoops and hopes —Maddox, Jake, author.

"For twelve-year-old Autumn Holloway, a week at Blazing Hoops wheelchair basketball camp is a dream come true. She has high hopes that it will be her ticket to making friends and connections in the adaptive sports commun...

My life as a cartoonist —Tashjian, Janet, author.

Twelve-year-old Derek wants to train his pet monkey to help Umberto, a new student who uses a wheelchair, but Umberto would rather steal Derek's cartoon ideas.

Jungle School —Laird, Elizabeth.

New at school, Jani shows her monkey classmates all the ways that her wheelchair makes her special.

Zoom! —Munsch, Robert N., 1945-

When Lauretta tries out a 92-speed, silver and gold, dirt-bike wheelchair, she gets a speeding ticket but also helps out her brother.

Gina's wheels —Bishop, Mary Harelkin, 1958- author.

"When five-year-old Gina meets Paralympic athlete Colette Bourgonje she decides to turn her stroller into a wheelchair and begins to explore her world in a different way."

The Berenstain Bears and the wheelchair commando —Berenstain, Stan, 1923-2005.

Harry, a new student at Bear Country School who is disabled and uses a wheelchair, has trouble making friends until the others discover that he is really very much like them.

Zoe's extraordinary holiday adventures —Minaki, Christina, 1977-

When during the holiday season Zoe learns about the diverse cultures of her school friends, she realizes that though she is in a wheelchair she is not the only different one in class.

Bluish : a novel —Hamilton, Virginia.

Ten-year-old Dreenie feels both intrigued and frightened when she thinks about the girl nicknamed Bluish, whose leukemia is making her pale and causing her to use a wheelchair.

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