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    Buddy Bike in Cyclorama Book

    Get your copy of Cyclorama Book #1 including the Buddy Bike and other adaptive bicycles! Cyclorama is a high quality 'coffee table' book designed to have a wide appeal to cyclists old and new.

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    Build a Blade

    Kids can build a running blade fit for a Paralympian! Ottobock Healthcare, a partner of the Paralympic Games since 1988, has created a resource pack to provide teachers of sciences and Physical Education in both primary and secondary schools with engaging materials around the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

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    A Celebration of Excellence

    The fifth installment in the Glowing Hearts book series carries on the tradition of marking the achievements of Canadians with disabilities as well as those who are making remarkable contributions on behalf of the disability community.

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    Glowing Hearts – From Play to Podium for Paralympian

    What started as a special hockey stick for a young boy is now a one-of-a-kind book for young readers.

    The story of one special stick sets the stage for the stories in an exceptional book celebrating physical differences and cheering physical activity for all called Glowing Hearts. The book chronicles how sports give kids of all abilities the power to believe, achieve and dream big.

    Libby and The Cape of Visitability

    The first children’s book on Visit-ability has been launched! Libby, Aria and Benjamin have been best friends since they were babies. Now Aria has moved to a new house.

    Libby, who uses a wheelchair, doesn’t get invited to Aria’s birthday party because the house has barriers. Hurt feelings follow.

    New Book, Social Rules for Kids

    "What's up?" the cover says. Social Rules for Kids - The Top 100 Social Rules Kids Need to Succeed, that's what's up.

    Susan Diamond has written an invaluable resource to help any child sharpen their social skils and learn to navigate the social world. Diamond, a licensed speech-language pathologist wrote 100 one-page lesson plans on how to teach kids to navigate daily social interactions.

    New Kids Book Teaches about Differences

    A vibrantly illustrated picture book, "I Am, Too!" is the story of six friends, three who have disabilities and three who do not, and the fun they have sharing their favorite activities with each other!

    Corona, Calif.-based author Jennifer Hendrick Davies has catapulted her professional experience with children and adults with special needs into an exciting new children's book. With illustrations by Burbank-based illustrator Lena Rose, "I Am, Too!" is published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform and is for sale on amazon.com and other online retailers.

    Special Shoes by Molly Taylor

    Molly Taylor babysat Emma while her mother worked. She often read Cinderella to Emma and both Molly and Emma felt that the story didn’t speak to them.

    Wheelchairs Can Jump

    Tip Thiboutot and Stan Labanowich have brought wheelchair basketball's rich, 65-plus-year history to life in their new book Wheelchairs Can Jump! From its humble beginnings at a California VA hospital to the World Championships in Birmingham, England, from Paralympic Games to World Championships, its history is relayed in vivid and descriptive detail.