by Megan Matthys


Student Books:

Alexander, Sally Hobart. Mom's Best Friend. Macmillan Publishing Company, New York: 1992.

 Alexander, Sally Hobart. Mom Can't See Me. Macmillan Publishing Company, New York: 1990.

 Arnold, Caroline. A Guide Dog Puppy Grows Up. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Publishers, San Diego, CA: 1991.

Aseltine, Lorraine. I'm Deaf and It's Okay. Albert Whitman and Company, Niles, IL: 1984.

Bove, Linda. Sign Language ABC. Random House, New York: 1985.

Brown, Tricia. Someone Special Just Like You. Holt, Rhinehart, and Winston, New York: 1991. 

Caseley, Judith. Harry and Willy and Carrothead. Greenwillow Books, New York: 1983.

 Cohen, Miriam. See You Tomorrow Charles. Greenwillow Books, New York: 1983.

 Cowen-Fletcher, Jane. Mama Zooms. Scholastic Inc., New York: 1993.

 Dwight, Laura. We Can Do It! Checkerboard Press, New York: 1992.

 Emmert, Michelle. I'm the Big Sister Now. Albert Whitman and Company, Niles, IL: 1989.

 Fain, Kathleen. A Sign Language Alphabet, Handsigns. Chronicle Books, San Francisco: 1993.

 Fleming, Virginia. Be Good to Eddie Lee. Philomel Books, New York: 1993.

 Greenberg, Judith E. What is the Sign for Friend? Franklin Watts, New York: 1985.

 Gutman, Bill. Jim Abbot, Star Pitcher. Millbrook Press, Brookfield, CT: 1992.

 Haldane, Suzanne. Helping Hands, How Monkeys Assist People Who are Disabled. Dutton Children's Books, New York: 1991.

 Hermann, Helen and Bill. Jenny's Magic Wand. Franklin Watts, New York: 1988.

 Karim, Roberta. Mandy Sue Day. Clarion Books, New York: 1994.

 Kuklin, Susan. Thinking Big. Lathrop, Lee, and Shepard Books, New York: 1986.

 Litchfield, Ada B. Words In Our Hands. Albert Whitman and Company, Chicago: 1980.

 McMahon, Patricia. Listen for the Bus David's Story. Boyds Mills Press, New York: 1995.

 Miller, Mary Beth and George Ancona. Handtalk: An ABC Finger Spelling and Sign Language. Four Winds Press, New York: 1974.

 Miller, Mary Beth and George Ancona. Handtalk School. Four Winds Press, New York: 1991.

 Osofsky, Audrey. My Buddy. Henry Holt and Company, New York: 1992.

 Powers, Mary Ellen. Our Teacher's in a Wheel Chair. Albert Whitman and Company, Niles, IL: 1986.

 Rabe, Berniece. The Balancing Girl. E.P. Dutton, New York: 1981.

 Zelonky, Joy. I CanÕt Always Hear You. Raintree Children's Books, Milwaukee, WI: 1980.


Teacher Resources:

Annin, Sarajane. New Friends-Activity Guide. Developmental Services Center, Champaign, IL.

 Kindergarten Five Senses Unit - Summer Writing. Science Resource Center. 1989.

 "Adaptive Equipment for Dolls with Disabilities." Lakeshore Learning Materials, Chicago: 1994.


People and Places to Contact:

 Beckwith, living facilities for university students with disabilities, field trip opportunity, Kathleen Madayag: 244-8919.

Developmental Services Center, Dolls with disabilities and wheelchair, Sara Annin: 356-9176.

 Karla Westjohn, Blind woman with guide dog, wonderful guest speaker: 356-0973.

 Kids on the Block, Puppet show about kids with disabilities, Tammy Balanger: 398- 2374.

 PACE (Persons Accepting Challenging Environments), field trip opportunity, Judy Mullen: 344-5433.

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