Compiled by Danielle Corriveau.
Fourteen young adults share their personal stories that include experiences with leukemia, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and ADHD.
Ahmedi, Farah and Tamim Ansary.
Farah Ahmedi, an Afghan teenager and immigrant to the U.S. who lost her leg in a land mine accident, tells a tale of endurance and hope.
Amen, Antony , J, Sharon R. Johnson and Daniel G. Amen.
Written by two teenagers and a neurologist, this book explains what’s really happening in the brain and addresses esteem, family, friends, and teachers.
Brown, Dale S.
This guide teaches how to emphasize strengths and minimize negative effects of disabilities.
Cruz, Barbara C.
A near-fatal accident at age 18 did not stop Frida from living life to the fullest.
The brilliant Helen Keller (1880-1968) showed how many possibilities there are for people with physical challenges.
Bethany, a young surfer who lost her arm in a shark attack, tells a story of faith and success.
Stories of those who have effectively dealt with learning differences and succeeded in their chosen fields.
Inspirational stories of learners who had to live with different learning styles.
At fourteen, Brent Runyon set himself on fire and survived to tell this harrowing account of pain, procedures, and emotional recovery.