- The Window
- Accidents Of Nature
- The Raging Quiet
- Flowers for Algernon
- Stoner and Spaz
- So Much to Tell You
- A Mango-Shaped Space: A Novel
- Peeling the Onion
- Freak the Mighty
- Head Above Water
- Emily Good as Gold
- Stop Pretending: What Happened When My Big Sister Went Crazy
- Multiple Choice
- Lefty Carmichael has A Fit
- Inside Out
- Stuck in Neutral
- Izzy, Willy-Nilly
- So B. It
- Naked Without a Hat
- Saint Jude
- Probably Still Nick Swanson
Blinded by the accident that killed her mother, 15 year-old Mandy comes to terms with her disability and the loss of her mother.
Johnson, Harriet Mcbryde.
Seventeen-year-old Jean has cerebral palsy, and her life is changed when she attends a ten-day session at Camp Courage, where she meets a friend with fresh views about how crippled people fit into society.
16-year-old Marnie is accused of witchcraft when she befriends a deaf man thought to be mad by the local villagers.
Charlie Gordon, a developmentally disabled adult janitor, becomes a genius through an experimental operation.
Ben, a 16-year-old with cerebral palsy and an insatiable appetite for movies, will never be the same since meeting Colleen, a beautiful, young drug addict.
Facially disfigured and selectively mute, Marina gradually reveals the circumstances that caused her condition.
Afraid that she was crazy, thirteen-year-old Mia kept secret the fact that for as long as she can remember letters and numbers had colors and sounds had both colors and shapes, until she is diagnosed with synesthesia.
15-year-old Callie, hospitalized for cutting herself, gradually comes out of her silence to admit the reasons for her actions.
Returning home from a karate tournament, Anna Duncan has her neck broken in a car crash, forcing her to begin a slow recovery that replaces her old life.
Together, Max, a learning disabled teenage giant, and Kevin, a brilliant boy with a birth defect that has stunted his growth, become “Freak the Mighty,” righter of all wrongs.
Rottman, S. L.
High schooler and competitive swimmer Skye, while caring for her brother who has Down Syndrome, tries to balance personal interests and family demands.
Rubin, Susan Goldman.
13-year-old developmentally disabled Emily longs to be like other teens.
When her sister becomes mentally ill, 14-year-old Cookie shares her feelings in free-verse poems.
Seemingly ordinary 14-year old Monica’s life spins out of control when her compulsion to follow a self-imposed game of “multiple choice” takes over her life.
Despite 15-year-old Lefty Carmichael’s epilepsy diagnosis, he finds humor and compassion in his life.
While 16-year-old schizophrenic Zach is waiting in a coffee shop after school for his mom to bring his medication, two teens attempt robbery and take hostages.
Nobody knows that 14-year-old Shawn, born with cerebral palsy and unable to communicate or control his movements, is actually a genius whose anguished father wants to end his pain.
When 15-year-old Izzy loses her leg in a car crash, she struggles to rethink her friendships and her life.
An undeveloped roll of film leads 12-year-old Heidi to embark on a cross-country trip to solve the mystery of her severely mentally disabled mother’s past.
Promising to keep his Down Syndrome a secret, 18-year-old Will moves out on his own, falls in love, and learns to shape his own identity.
Committed to an outpatient program for teens with problems by her mother, 18-year-old Taylor gradually comes to terms with her bipolar diagnosis.
Wolff , Virginia Euwer.
16-year-old special education student Nick is stood up by his prom date, a former classmate who has been mainstreamed into the regular classroom.